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Penang Char Kway Teow ($5.50) Aromatic "wok-hei" permeated the oodles of noodles completely. And because it was relatively grease-free, I hardly felt the twinge of guilt that usually accompanies the act of me falling face first into a plate of "char kway teow". The only thing I would change about this is the beansprouts. They could do with some fattening up.
Veronica
5y
Ipoh Chicken Hor Fun Soup ($4.50) I have walked past here several times at night and it's always full of customers feasting on their steaming hot pots of "Malacca Satay Lok Lok". I haven't tried it for myself so I can't comment but I did have their "Ipoh Chicken Hor Fun Soup" and it was really satisfying. They're generous with the smooth rice noodles - almost too generous in fact. And although the plentiful shredded chicken breast meat was a bit on the stringy side, all was forgiven when I sipped the soup. It was clear but full of flavour, and it had crispy bits of fried pork lard in it! Ok, anything with fried pork lard gets me beaming, so I was immediately nodding my head happily as I sucked up every drop of soup from the bowl. They also have this wonderful spicy chicken rice chilli sauce which went very well with the "hor fun" and shredded chicken. Another plus point is they are open till 2am every single night so I know where to go if I feel like having a healthy supper :)
Veronica
5y
Malacca Satay Lok Lok Located at Tanjong Katong. Staff are very friendly and helpful. Overall the food is just normal... Buffet price about $26.80 per adult..
Tricia
5y
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Kueh Pie Tee ($3 For 4 Pcs) The delicate good Kueh Pie Tee should pack a punch with its filling and crispy shell. However, these 4 pcs Kueh Pie Tee takeaway end up with soggy top (we guess commuting steals all the crisp and turn 4 blossoming cups to sodden ones) 🤨 Luckily that the bottom of the cup still got some crunch from the dried shrimps. The sweet turnip & omelette power through each cup along with the sweet chilli sauce make this Super sweet. 🐜 Need to tone it down with a cup of ooh Long tea 🍵😙 Tip 💡 suggest not to do takeaway for this item
Kugel
3h
Popiah ($1.70 Per Pc) #theplatemichelin 🏵 One of the famous popiah places in Singapore and we decide to find out if the rave is real and their secret behind the ’Plate Michelin’. The popiah skin is freshly made behind the stall. The fillings are prepared once the popiah skin is ready. We ordered takeaway 4 popiahs.🤘 . When we open the box and take a bite at popiah. The 2 distinct flavours are spicy and sweet. The popiah skin is dry & chewy. Filling ingredients are egg, carrot,peanut (they cross out shrimp from their banner). The popiah might fare better for sweet tooth peeps. We feel it is too sweet for us and there is something lacking (ingredients wise) in their popiahs.🧐 . Maybe it is because we order takeaway or their omitted ingredients, we would not queue for this though. 🤓
Kugel
2h
Ann Chin Popiah I was at coronation plaza last week and had the ann Chin popiah there . The skin was dry and hard and the ingredients were pathetic . So my popiah crave was less than satisfied. This led me to the original stall st Chinatown complex and I must say that standards here are still the best . I’d always ask for my popiah to be spared from the cutting because I like to eat it like a burrito 🌯. It’s much satisfying this way . The ingredients were fresh and plenty and the skin was lovely- chewy and elastic and soft . 10/10. Hawker food rockz.
MichelleLIN
14w
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Anson's Special CCF They are also known for their chee cheong fun, where unlike the typical ones you have with shrimps and wet sauce, theirs is served dry and with green chilli at the side. We tried the Anson's special ($4), which is the signature item here, with turnip fillings on the soft rice rolls. It's quite appetising, and we would definitely be back to try the other items in the menu such as their Curry CCF served with pig skin, beancurd skin etc, and their Mee rebus and Asam Laksa.
Qing
1h
Hidden Gem Chanced upon a hidden gem near my neighbourhood, and I'm glad that it's within 10mins walking distance from our new place. Named after a town that is located within Perak, Malaysia, Anson Town Bistro serves authentic Malaysia Cuisine that's cheap and good. We had the Fried Chicken Chop Nasi Lemak ($5), which was satisfying and the portion was generous. They are also known for their chee cheong fun, where unlike the typical ones you have with shrimps and wet sauce, theirs is served dry and with green chilli at the side. We tried the Anson's special ($4), which is the signature item here, with turnip fillings on the soft rice rolls. It's quite appetising, and we would definitely be back to try the other items in the menu such as their Curry CCF served with pig skin, beancurd skin etc, and their Mee rebus and Asam Laksa. I can predict this is gonna be a regular place for my weekends brunch. Come visit me at my new place and I might bring you here. Having breakfast here certainly reminds me of the breakfast I had in Ipoh. Oh ya, you can also find freshly baked traditional chinese pastries here as well, such as Heong Peng.
Qing
1h
Anson Special Chee Cheong Fun Quite excited to find an Anson Towm branch around Woodlands, so I had to give it a try. Had this previously at their Balestier branch and was pretty impressed. The one from Woodlands comes pretty close but unlike the one I previously had which was made fresh upon order, the Woodlands branch seemed to have prepared them in advance; the staff only slices, brush them with oil and then sprinkles sesame on the spot. While the Chee Cheong Fun is pretty much still as springy and savoury with all the preserved turnip giving a savoury bite, I would have still preferred it to come warm. That being said, it is probably a blessing that I could have a taste of this without traveling out of Woodlands.
Xing Wei
2y
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