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Michelin-Approved Duck Rice ($4) Sweet. Salty. Spicy. Bitter. Umami. This duck rice has it all. One scoop of rice, drenched in sweet dark brown braised sauce, with the umami-ness and gaminess of the duck meat, a dab of tangy spicy chili, and a sip of salty and slightly bitter herbal soup, and it envelopes all five senses. With a Michelin Bib Gourmand award under its belt, Chuan Kee Boneless Braised Duck Rice at Ghim Moh Market draws one of the longest queues. It’s definitely an above average duck rice with affordable prices and tasty fare, but I wouldn’t say it is so exceptional as to warrant going out of the way to queue for it. PlayFood Rating: ⭐️ ⭐️ / ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ (2/3 stars) 😋 Wanna know what’s even better? A YouTube video with a full review of Chuan Kee Braised Duck Rice! https://youtu.be/1bHkpgOOj0k 😋
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Duck Rice, Braised Egg, Taukwa, Soup ($4) Sweet. Salty. Spicy. Bitter. Umami. This duck rice has it all. One scoop of rice, drenched in sweet dark brown braised sauce, with the umami-ness and gaminess of the duck meat, a dab of tangy spicy chili, and a sip of salty and slightly bitter herbal soup, and it envelopes all five senses. With a Michelin Bib Gourmand award under its belt, Chuan Kee Boneless Braised Duck Rice at Ghim Moh Market draws one of the longest queues. It’s definitely an above average duck rice with affordable prices and tasty fare, but I wouldn’t say it is so exceptional as to warrant going out of the way to queue for it. PlayFood Rating: ⭐️ ⭐️ / ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ (2/3 stars) 😋 Wanna know what’s even better? A YouTube video with a full review of Chuan Kee Braised Duck Rice! https://youtu.be/1bHkpgOOj0k 😋
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4d
Souper Herbal Soup! Sweet. Salty. Spicy. Bitter. Umami. This duck rice has it all. One scoop of rice, drenched in sweet dark brown braised sauce, with the umami-ness and gaminess of the duck meat, a dab of tangy spicy chili, and a sip of salty and slightly bitter herbal soup, and it envelopes all five senses. With a Michelin Bib Gourmand award under its belt, Chuan Kee Boneless Braised Duck Rice at Ghim Moh Market draws one of the longest queues. It’s definitely an above average duck rice with affordable prices and tasty fare, but I wouldn’t say it is so exceptional as to warrant going out of the way to queue for it. PlayFood Rating: ⭐️ ⭐️ / ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ (2/3 stars) 😋 Wanna know what’s even better? A YouTube video with a full review of Chuan Kee Braised Duck Rice! https://youtu.be/1bHkpgOOj0k 😋
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133 penang authentic (02-193) They store owners had adjusted their opening hours, so catching them is always a treat! The wait can get quite long but surely that’s testament to their popularity. Ordered my favourite Penang char kway teow ($4) - the takeaway box retains heat surprisingly well, though the portion felt a tad smaller than usual.
R
2w
hong kong soy sauce chicken rice (02-139) This stall is a relatively new addition to the food centre - it only popped up last year, but has garnered quite a following! Their standard chicken rice ($3) features steamed chickened doused in thick soy sauce. I’d prefer the traditional flavoured rice over this plain rice, but the sauce gives plenty of flavour and the portions are very substantial!
R
5w
What’s your favourite hawker food from Bukit Timah Food Centre? Apparently, there is delivery service provided if you want to try out some of its popular stalls during the “Circuit Breaker” period. Note: The delivery service is provided by an individual, and not via the 3 main delivery app services. Therefore, there are some instructions to follow with limited slots. Stalls they will deliver from include Seng Heng Steam & Roasted Chicken Rice, Seah Family Braised Duck Rice, Batang Sliced Fish, Satay, BBQ Chicken Wings, He Zhong White Carrot Cake to Soyalicious. Of course, food is subject to availability. . – Delivery fee from $5 – Deliver timing: Lunch 11:30pm – 12:30pm, 1:30pm – 2:30pm; Dinner 5:30pm – 6:30pm, 7:30pm – 8:30pm – Please order at least 2 hours in advance for each delivery slot via +65 9694 5168 (Mr Bernard Yeo). – Pre orders are recommended – Payment via PAYNOW More details here bit.ly/circuitbreakersg #DFDCircuitBreaker #DFDHawker
Daniel
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When I was approached by Food Yo Café to try out their chiffon cakes and bak kwa pau, I was heartened to see our local F&B operators innovating their product offerings, which is especially important during this harsh period for the industry. I was kindly gifted with two chiffon cakes, flavours that are not available in the market yet. One of the cakes is a Bakkwa Chiffon ($12 for 8 inch and $6 for inch), which at first came across as somewhat weird as we are used to having sweet chiffon cakes. However, all my doubts were quashed as the soft fluffy texture when you bite into the cake with the smoky aroma from the generous amount of bakkwa bits make it an excellent slice of chiffon. In addition, I also come to know that their bakkwa is handmade from pork hind leg and all the chiffons are made with 100% natural ingredients without any added MSG, preservatives, artificial flavouring or colouring. To balance the savouriness, there’s also the Sweet Potato Chiffon that comes with a tinge of sweetness from the chunks of purple sweet potato within it. All in all, the cakes were light and moist, perfect with a cup of coffee or tea. Besides these two flavours, the café also has Pandan and Gula Melaka in their menu. The surprise didn’t stop there as the Bakkwa Pau ($5.40 for 6 pieces) was another amazement. Paying homage to the traditional char siew bao, instead of using BBQ pork, the soft bun is filled with the same smoky bakkwa. This is highly recommended to be in your steamer and the best part is that it is made with 100% natural ingredients without the addition of preservatives. You can check out the chiffons and pau from their Facebook page (www.facebook.com/FoodYoCafe) and enjoy free delivery when you order $30 or above. A flat delivery fee of $5 is applicable if your order falls below $30. •••••••••••••••••••• 📍Food Yo Café 6 Senoko South Road, Singapore 758070
Julius
5d
Curry Gravy from @foodyo_cafe _ Frozen gravy, fully thaw, immerse into boiling water for 2-5 mins. _ Served w Gluten Free Organic Brown Rice Pasta, fried eggs, potato & bean sprouts. _ Very fragrant & flavourful w a tinkling mild spicy aftertaste. Would make a lovely dip for bread, naan & prata too _ Gluten Free Organic Brown Rice Pasta from @foreveryoungsingapore @chubbybotakkoala _ Thanks Jessica for the intro. Available online: chophuochong.com.sg. Islandwide Delivery. T&C applies. FB: FoodYoCafe IG: @foodyo_cafe _ #SqtopAtHome #SupportLocalFNB #savefnbsg #FoodinSingapore #WhatMakesSG #PassionMadePossible #TasteObessionSingapore #STFoodTrending #SGCuisine #wheretoeatsg #eatmoresg #burpple #burpplesg #burpplebeyond
Alex
0w
Bakkwa Bao from @foodyo_cafe _ Fridge for 3 days, steamed for 5-10 minutes. Skin is still soft, the Bakkwa filling is flavourful. Beats many char siu bao out there. _ Thanks Jessica for the intro. Available online: chophuochong.com.sg. Islandwide Delivery. T&C applies. FB: FoodYoCafe IG: @foodyo_cafe _ #sqtop_dimsum #SqtopAtHome #SupportLocalFNB #SaveFnBSG #LoveyourLocalSG #FoodinSingapore #WhatMakesSG #PassionMadePossible #TasteObessionSingapore #STFoodTrending #SGCuisine #wheretoeatsg #eatmoresg #burpple #burpplesg #burpplebeyond
Alex
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Char Kway Teow If you know me, I have high standards for ckt. This was good enough for me on any random occasion.
Thiam Peng
3d
Fried Oyster I was first recommended this hidden gem a few years ago and it was fantastic. Finally back and it's still very good. Both the crispy and the sticky were first-class. Oysters larger than most places. This is the $6 and it's generous.
Thiam Peng
3d
Oy Oy Oy Anyone who’s known me for a while will know of my predilection for orh luak (fried eggs, starch & oyster). Sadly, other than Ah Chuan who’s currently playing ‘Where’s Waldo’ with his ever changing hours, I haven’t really found any other orh luak that’s been stunningly stellar. That is until I stumbled upon Hougang Fried Oyster. That gooey, greatly gratifying starch mixture is fried fantastically till it’s half gooey, half crispy before the egg goes in and is fried till slightly crispy and plenty fluffy. And that, ladies & gentlemen, is where the fresh, fat oysters come in. About ten of those briny, plumptious beauties are briefly fried before the whole hot mess is carelessly plated up, ready for a torrent of sharp, sourish chili sauce to drench it. It does get too oily at the end, but there’s no denying the bountiful amounts of enjoyment derived from this ugly delicious plated for fried fabulousness. Besides, if it does get too rich at the end, just splash on more of that sapid, spicy and slightly sour chili sauce! For only five bucks, this is damn good eatin’.
Russell
28w
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Indulgent Meats 𝘾𝙝𝙖𝙧 𝙎𝙞𝙚𝙬 𝙒𝙖𝙣𝙩𝙤𝙣 𝙉𝙤𝙤𝙙𝙡𝙚𝙨 (~$4.50)— One word: indulgent. With layers of melt-in-your-mouth fattiness embedded within the fibrous lean meat, this char siew had both soft and hard textures to it. Its shiny sweet exterior gave the perfect minor crunch before you sink your teeth into the inner layers.🍖 - The wantons were sufficiently meaty without the whole over the top wanton skin, allowing you to appreciate the meat rather than its covering. 🥟 - As for the noodles, I liked how QQ it was, though the chilli got me 🤪 Ig @goodfomood
nic
1w
Best Char Siew & Roast Meat Looking at this photo makes me wanna head right back to this place. I dare say this is is amongst the best char siew & roast meat in SG. It’s an unassuming little store nestled in a coffee shop, but the queue quickly grew long while we were there. This plate of assorted meat (we swapped out the roast duck for more char siew) was $17. It was every bit worth it & the fats were melt-in-your-mouth amazing. I’m already looking forward to coming back here again!
HS
9w
A few people recommended 88 Roast and I just had to go try it. The char siew was gloriously fatty and not too sweet, and the roast pork has a crispy cap and moist. I ordered a wanton noodle too, which was ok but not earth shattering. I was early so there were only a few in the queue, but at about 1230, a crowd formed. It’s a coffee shop so no space for social distancing when queuing or when eating, and I wish the cashier didn’t let out a cough because he wasn’t wearing a mask, but otherwise, it was a delicious experience!
Weeteck
10w
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