S-11 (Bishan 504)

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Established since 1993, S11 takes pride in selecting a good mix of cuisine ranging from appetizers to main course, drinks and snacks for each outlet.

504 Bishan Street 11
Singapore 570504

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06:00am - 11:30pm

06:00am - 11:30pm

06:00am - 11:30pm

06:00am - 11:30pm

06:00am - 11:30pm

06:00am - 11:30pm

06:00am - 11:30pm

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Pork belly was tough. Pork ribs were tender. Soup's not bad at all even tho it seems plain, it's got a mild herbal sweetness but no herbaceousness. Pork liver was overcooked, please remove it asap once u reach your seat

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Rice was ok but I've heard it tends to be very hard sometimes. Their ckn is nubbad but the killer combo of fragrant savoury oil and fried garlic(very crisp texture that isn't chewy) really works wonders

Chili was full of heat and tang, goes really well w everything

The reason why they're pricey is because there's a complimentary bowl of soup for every plate. And boy oh boy this is the best complimentary soup probably, it's good enough to stand on its own. I'm pretty sure they can open a soup stall if they wanted to.

Their soups are on rotation and today's peanut ckn is one of the most classic. Memories man. Also adding on one bowl of rice is free for hungry eaters(or was it only students? Not sure)

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Had craving for mala xiang guo and decided to try this since I was around the area. I think the price was reasonable and food wasnt too salty or oily. Ordered non spicy since I couldn't take chilli. Intestines didnt have a smell. Overall satisfied with the food. Not much queue during lunch so I got my order quickly.

One of the only stalls I buy mala from! The prices vary a fair bit, but they’re consistent with their flavours. You can comfortably go up a level of spiciness from your usual, but I really appreciate how theirs is not too oily or salty!

Price is affordable. Taste wise: authentic Vietnamese.
Damage: from $4.5 to 6.5
Other stalls worth to try: famous Yong Tau Foo with springy prawn with multiple branches, one at Albert Food Centre; 888 mookata opened by a Singapore actor. At the adjacent blk 505A, another mala cozy restaurant is packed with patrons as well.

Travelling for food once again. You could taste multiple layers of flavour in the soup with the century egg and salted egg added inside. Somehow can taste a bit of those deep fried fish that stalls always add into the soup. Awesome stuff and so healthy. Slurped up all the soup though I was perspiring like crazy after.