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Seafood Pancake ($12.90) Was initially very skeptical about the pancake, but it was surprisingly quite nice! Definitely not one of the best around, but liked that the edges was crispy and it came with soooo much seafood like sotong, prawns etc! 🤤🤤 More doughy and thicker than the usual sold elsewhere, this was priced rather highly compared to their other dishes (<$10) so maybe not the most value eat here, considering korean pancakes at restaurants cost around this price too... But definitely loving the chill vibes at the rooftop of Beauty World Centre and the friendly service! 🥰🥰
Ade
2d
Army Stew ($21.90) Satisfying enough to curb any korean craving one might have at this price point and setting! Situated at a food centre with competitive prices (without service charge), don’t come in with too unreasonable expectations and you’ll definitely be well satisfied with your meal 😊😊 Army stew looked a little small for 2 pax, but comes chocked full of ingredients like pork, sausage, luncheon meat, meatballs, topokki, ramen noodles (but was like 1 pack?), kimchi, tofu and topped with a slice of cheese! Sides, or rather side, of kimchi was rather mediocre. But definitely loving the chill ambience set at the rooftop of Beauty World Centre with friendly service and reasonably priced korean food for once 👍🏻👍🏻
Ade
3d
Hawker Stall This is a hawker stall, not a restaurant. They probably shifted from its original location to the hawker stall on the same floor. Ordered kimbab, bibimbap, ginseng chicken, jjajang noodles, abalone porridge and seafood pancake. Came with a side dish of kimchi. Honestly, I felt the food was average and I've had better. Out of those ordered, bibimbap was probably the most decent tasting.
Joanne
1y
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D24 Durian 3.5nett (nonya Chendol 02-147) Coconut milk wasnt sweetened. Gula melaka and Cendol are made in house, is it any Surprise they're the two best elements? Gula melaka was so thick and it's almost turning solid lol, Meanwhile the Cendol had such a strong pandan aroma, rlly delicious. D24 puree was high quality as well, the creaminess complementing the chendol well. A really good bowl, highly recommended
Wuu
18h
Sin Chee Satay Bee Hoon (#02-162) Satay bee hoon is usually not the most common local dish in one’s mind when it comes to hawker food. It’s in fact one of the dishes that is slowly fading away and not many stalls serve it as the preparation involved is laborious. I seldom have this dish and it’s not something that I would usually order. For Westies, Sin Chew is the to-go place to enjoy this dish where queues are commonplace. So what’s satay bee hoon? Bee hoon cooked al dente, squid, prawn, cockles, cuttlefish, pork slices and kangkung, satay sauce. Its origins are pretty unknown but Teochews are commonly associated with this dish. I like how the dish is drowned in heaps of satay sauce. The satay sauce is rather sweet, not oily and spicy. So for those who can’t handle chilli well, this shouldn’t be an issue. The servings are rather generous for the price points ($4. $5, $6). They also serve cuttlefish kangkung which I haven’t tried. The four-day work week they enjoy is a testament to their popularity. A privilege that many individuals would wish to have.
Terence
5d
Signature Peach Gum [$3.50] New stall are bukit timah food centre! Selling various types of bowls with peach gum including longan red dates, goji, almond milk.
Victoria
3w
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Save Space for the Appetizers & Sides! Pro-tip: Don't order 1 okonomiyaki per pax; save space for the other dishes on the menu! I enjoyed the appetizers & sides more than the okonomiyaki, actually. Good variety & freshly cooked, served piping hot or cold as it should be. APPETIZERS Century Egg Kani Tofu ($7+) SIDES Chawanmushi ($4+) Homemade Gyōza ($7+) Shio Koji Tori Karaage ($12+) RICE/NOODLES Garlic Fried Rice with Prawns ($6+) Hiyashi Chuka Ramen ($12+) 💳 Accepts credit cards 🌬 Air-conditioned seats only 📞 Accepts reservations - I called them 🙋🏻‍♀️ Service charge applicable 🚫 No GST 📶 Free WiFi available
Emily
22w
Fairly Crowded on Weekends While this isn't something I'd rave about or crave, I don't think there are many Okonomiyaki places in Singapore, so this might be worth checking out. It's fairly crowded on weekends, with customers sometimes having to wait a while for a table. My vouchers were not valid during Fri/Sat/Sun dinner hours - maybe that's when it's even MORE crowded? 💳 Accepts credit cards 🌬 Air-conditioned seats only 📞 Accepts reservations - I called them 🙋🏻‍♀️ Service charge applicable 🚫 No GST 📶 Free WiFi available
Emily
22w
Help Yourselves to the Sauces I like how Ajiya's okonomiyaki isn't crazy oily, & it's cooked nice & firm. The sauce, mayonnaise, seaweed flakes & bonito flakes are all self-service from bottles/containers at the table. Being able to control this to cater to personal preference is a value-add as well. 💳 Accepts credit cards 🌬 Air-conditioned seats only 📞 Accepts reservations - I called them 🙋🏻‍♀️ Service charge applicable 🚫 No GST 📶 Free WiFi available
Emily
22w
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Lunch Set For $9.50, you get a bowl of noodles chock full of ingredients and a drink. It’s not cheap, but it’s worth it!
Justin
46w
I Like The Dry Version Of Their “Superior Soup With Ipoh Hor Fun” ($9.50) Because we happened to be in the Upper Bukit Timah area, we walked along the bustling stretch of eateries facing Beauty World Shopping Mall in search of dinner. That’s how we ended up at “Lao Jiang Superior Soup”. I picked their signature dish - the “Superior Soup with Ipoh Hor Fun (dry style)” and was very pleased with my decision. The soup was indeed flavourful but I feel it still can’t beat the super concentrated goodness cooked by “Yan Ji Seafood Soup” (the one at Old Airport Road Hawker Centre). This stall’s did however, contain a good mix of ingredients: two prawns, a few pieces each of fish maw, sliced pork and fish, one fishball, one meatball, a little bit of minced pork plus beancurd skin rolls. Pretty decent for the $9.50 price tag. Alter having some of my god-daughter’s soup version of the same dish, also with Ipoh Hor Fun, I have to say I prefer the dry. She also shared the same opinion. Not because the soup one wasn’t good but the noodles in the dry version came tossed in an appetising black sauce with pork lard oil. There were even small pieces of crunchy pork lard mixed in too. All of this made the smooth, soft strands of the Ipoh Hor Fun really fragrant and tasty.
Veronica
1y
Superior Soup Set 9.5nett Comes with drink and kway teow I know it can seem pricey for a bowl of seafood soup but just considering the quality of ingredients, it's absolutely worth it. U have two pieces of grouper, sweet slices of abalone, one soft piece of fish maw and two meaty de-veined prawns. So that justifies the price. If it tastes like a normal bowl of seafood soup. But it doesn't; theres something about the soup which is very light, sweet, yet flavourful, so much so that it's actually hard to stop scooping spoonful after spoonful into ur mouth. The pork slices can be slightly tough but that's really all the complaints I have for my new all time favourite seafood soup. Be careful when you're about to finish tho as there are small pieces of fish bones(probably part of the reason why the soup is so good)
Wuu
2y
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