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Vegetarian Ma La Xiang Guo [$2/100g, Minimum $8] Tried another vegetarian ma la xiang guo recently! While it could be more fragrant with a stronger kick of heat, it was still a pretty nice bowl. Ingredients were fresh with a good variety of vegetarian ingredients like mock fishballs and prawns, apart from the usual vegetables and noodles. Though my all time fav is still Green on Earth’s mlxg, Shu’s is slightly more affordable. Also loved the very friendly and welcoming service here. Would be back to try their other dishes - I’m eyeing for the kway chap that’s only available on weekends!
Wei Zhi
20w
Stir Fried Dry Hor Fun [$5.50 for Small] A teeny bit oily, but was was really flavourful with a nice char. Just thought that there can be more ingredients, perhaps like mushrooms, at this price tag. The default comes with egg - just let the friendly servers know if you’d like to opt out when ordering!
Wei Zhi
20w
KL Mee ($4) Nasi Lemak ($3.50) ⭐️ 4/5 ⭐️ 🍴Chanced upon this affordable and cosy air conditioned #vegetarianrestaurant at Bukit Batok with a wide range of vegetarian dishes & meals and fast service. The noodle dishes are rich with wok hei and the KL mee had a flavourful savoury black sauce, crunchy vegetables and tasty ingredients. The nasi lemak had fragrant coconut rice that paired nicely with sweet sambal chili. The alternative ikan billis were unique and deliciously fried mushrooms. 📍Shu Vegetarian, 166 Bukit Batok West Avenue 8 (other outlets at Ang Mo Kio & Sengkang) #cafehoppingbukitbatok
Cafehoppingkids
1y
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Mao Shan Wang Tagging along to the (seems like always) durian season, ordered this 2kg mao shan wang for $36. It came with satisfying small flat seeds, thick creamy texture and the bitter taste was ultimate 👍🏻 we were already very full from our korean fried chicken dinner, but still couldn’t resist grabbing this. Full review on The Durian Tree, http://www.thejulietmike.com/2017/12/12/the-durian-tree-durian-stall-in-the-west-of-singapore-bukit-batok/
Jenna
2y
Durian In The West - Mao Shan Wang Great place in the West for your sudden cravings, wide range of durian species to select from, price ranging from $13 to $20 per KG. We would always prefer honest durian sellers who update their prices daily, in written, so we wouldn’t feel like they are just shouting a random number based on their mood. We went straight for the MSW. As for most durian sellers, it’s 包吃 here too! We had a seed from the freshly opened Mao Shan Wang and the bitter sweet ultra-creamy texture instantly put a smile on both of our faces. Full review on: http://www.thejulietmike.com/2017/12/12/the-durian-tree-durian-stall-in-the-west-of-singapore-bukit-batok/
Jenna
2y
[BUKIT BATOK] Finger licking good! But I'm sorry, the durian season has ended as far as I'm aware 😅 Here's the King of Kings 王中王 😍 Solid bitter sweet flesh... My go-to places for quality durians: The Durian Tree & Combat Durian (Balestier)! • #burpple @burpple #hungrygowhere @hungrygowhere #whati8today #sgfood #durian #wzw #theduriantree
jozegal
3y
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Roast Pork Belly Plain roast pork belly ($5 worth). Asked for fatty parts. In terms of quantity it’s fairly the same as most other places. Average portion. As for the proportion of fat vs meat, I’d prefer if there was more fat though.
Louisa
1y
Tucked at the coffee shop opposite United Square, this humble stall serves a variety of roast meats with rice/noodles. Tried their Dry Macaroni with Roast Chicken. Al-dente macaroni tossed in dark soy sauce, sesame oil & chilli, topped with slices of succulent & tender roast chicken. Added a portion of crispy pork belly too. Nothing fanciful (Read: Not photogenic) but beyond its looks, this bowl of macaroni has this comforting, "home-cooked" feel which I like. #comfortfood Will be back to try other items! PS: Try to avoid going there during peak hours, especially lunch-time as it is crowded. If you feel like having dessert after that, there's always Llao llao, Ah Chew desserts or Udders. haha.
Geraldine
4y
I think this is my first time eating this wanton Mee! Usually I will opt for the roasted chicken rice / macaroni. The noodles here weren't as QQ springy as I hoped, and the sauce was slightly too salty /overpowering. I very much prefer the Hong Kong kind of wanton Mee soup 😉 #burpple #burpplesg #chyekeegoldhillchickenrice #food #foodiesg #sgfoodie #whati8today #8dayseat #vscofoodie #iweeklyfood #sgfoodie #foodporn #foodstagram #vscofood #foodphotography #sgmakan #sgmakandiary #sgfoodstagram #singaporeeats #exploresingaporeeats #exploresg
Spoons
51w
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