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Yong Kee HK Roasted Duck stall recently gained some spotlights on Facebook because of the heightened measures previously that impact its business.

As now we get to go back to dine-in, decided to drop by to support and trying this stall as well.

They are truly smoky and the roasted pork has the crunchy bites on its skin.

I added the bean curd and braised egg to complete my meal. $5.20

Serangoon Garden Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee - this is the kind of wet hokkien mee that you are looking for. The $4 portion was pretty substantial, and the broth used to make the dish is definitely flavourful!

Bedok 511 Chicken Wings - this is one stall not to be missed as the chicken wings ($1.40 each) are crispy on the edges, and yet smoky. The chicken and pork satay ($0.70 each) are really good as well, as they were tender, succulent and well marinated. Actually better than the ones I've had at Bedok 85!

A simple bowl of spinach soup ($3.50) chock full of ingredients! Impressed with how clear the soup is despite the strong flavours.

Best part of this mee hoon kueh ($4) was definitely its chewy, hand-pulled noodles!! Portion was really generous, with both lean & minced meat. The soup has a natural sweetness and none of the usual thirst-inducing msg!

๐Ÿ˜‹ Tasty mee pok (S$3). Nice al dante noodle texture and delicious fish ball and soup. Recommend ๐Ÿ‘.โ €
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๐Ÿ“Location:โ €
Ru Ji Kitchen (01-25)
Redhill Food Centre
85 Redhill Lane
Singapore 150085

โ˜บ Breakfast vegetarian bee hoon with curry vege and crispy bean curd skin. Simple and yummy!

๐Ÿ“Location:
Ji Xiang Ru Yi Vegetarian (01-31)
Redhill Food Centre
85 Redhill Lane
Singapore 150085

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