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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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Radish Cake The menu described it to be a lot better than it tasted. The radish are hidden underneath the eggs but it was too mushy than the normal radish cake which made eating it a little gelak after a while. We had the roast pork and the Sichuan dumplings as well. The roast pork is a must have, too busy eating that no picture was taken 🙈
Daphne
1w
Good food, good service! Happened to stumble upon this little bar along Tanjong Pagar and decided to give it a shot. It was crowded when I was seated — a good sign I guess! I had the bar seat overlooking the chefs. They had lard available on the table, which made my date very happy. We ordered their pork and prawn wantons in superior stock - amazing broth, every spoonful you could taste the prawn stock. Wantons were not bad, but I expected better from a wanton specialty store. Had their mushrooms as well - MY FAV. I don’t know what sauces they used but it was delicious. They also used three different mushroom types, and the medley was perfect. Pork belly was alright but my date loved it. He was raving about how crunchy the skin was. (Not pictured) Ordered their carrot cake too, and it came under a blanket of omelette. Omelette was fried with chai po, which made it very fragrant. Underneath were carrot cake cubes lathered with sambal. The sambal had little pieces of dried shrimp so each bite had plenty of textures. Would recommend ordering! Mee kia was springy and cooked well. My date almost ordered 3 bowls of noodles cause he enjoyed it that much. Overall enjoyed my dinner here. Bill was pretty hefty but we did order alot of food. Ambience was cosy and service staff were attentive. Definitely one of the best eateries I’ve been to.
Emily
4m
Good Quality Wanton Mee Similar To Eng's The star of the dish is definitely in the roast meat and the crispy pork belly. You will get your money's worth with burpple 1 for 1!
Glenn
4w
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Plate of goodness, Hainanese curry rice set, and it’s only $4.8. The Hainanese rice served with crispy pork chop, sunny side egg and finished with curry. The pork chop very crispy but not dry, and the curry not spicy, so everyone can enjoy the food. Another place that recommended by @singaporeliciouz. . 💰$4.8. 📍Maddie’s Kitchen. Far East Plaza, #02-10/13
Cecil
6w
Oyster Omelette (S$10.80/15.80/20.80) Opulent oyster omelette! Well, it tastes opulent! The oysters were large and most importantly, fresh! The omelette ($10.80 pictured) was fried to perfection, crisp not burnt and fluffy inside though a tad starchy. Pair it with their chilli sauce and you’ve got yourself a great snack. Also a side note, many customers can be seen waiting around because they’re ordering multiple omelettes to take away! That’s how popular it is.
Kenneth
8w
Hàu Tráng Trứng thật độc đáo Tiệm cơm thuần tuý địa phương. Một số món ăn thật nổi bật, như món hàu trứng tráng phải nói lả ngon nhất ở Singapore!. Những món khác chỉ ngon vậy vậy thôi. Các món ăn đặc biệt giá hơi cao: Món trứng tráng hàu có thể lên tới 20,80 đô la. Món đầu cá Assam (khá nhỏ) chém cứ cổ: 30,80 đô la. Nhà bếp cần được tồ chức khéo hơn. Vào giờ ăn trưa, chờ đợi thức ăn có thể lên đến 55 phút. Đúng là Maddie điên cuồng. Nhưng ăn xong thì rất đả, ợ địt không ngừng!
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Classic Soon Kueh & Beetroot Soon Kueh [$1.60, $1.80] Other than the stronger flavoured ku chai, haebi hiam and bak kwa, you’ll also find the classic and beetroot (vegan) options. Good to enjoy these before moving to the stronger ones. We managed to try all the flavours except Carrot ($1.60), a vegetarian option, as it wasn’t available that day. Remember to reserve your kuehs before heading down!
Wei Zhi
2d
Ku Chai Soon Kueh, Sah Nia’s Haebi Hiam Soon Kueh, Bak Kwa Soon Kueh [$2, $2.50, $2.50] First tried One Kueh at a Time when they were back in Berseh Food Centre a few years ago. Happy to see them back and have a space of their own now. It’s quite a journey really, so it’s probably best if you’re driving over or purchasing in bulk to maximise your trip. These were pricey for its size but tasty. My favourite is the ku chai! It’s very fragrant with the added savouriness from the bits of haebi fried in. The haebi hiam and bak kwa are their new additions. Haebi hiam had a light heat, while the bak kwa is more sweet. Their soon kueh skins were thin and smooth. If you’re dropping by, please remember to make a reservation for the kuehs you would like to avoid any disappointments! You can reach them via WhatsApp at 97956119 or DM their Instagram.
Wei Zhi
2d
After seeing their soon kuehs floating across IG for a couple of months, I just HAD to order them for a recent potluck. Glad to say it was definitely the right choice, and everyone (I mean everyone, even the pickiest most skeptical eaters) was impressed. Of their 4 kuehs, my heart went out to the Smoked Pork Belly one which coincidentally is a new flavour they launched for barely a week! It’s hard to imagine how the smokiness can actually come through as strongly as it did without overpowering the sweet stewed turnips, but maaaaan they did it. The beetroot’s a close second for its unique yet very surprisingly lovely flavours. Time to haul ass there if you haven’t already.
Nobelle
2y
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Roasted Pork Belly Been a while since the last time I had roasted pork belly from my favourite stall. I figured why it’s so good - because the meat is served warm and the crackling is crisp and crunchy! Unlike other stalls, the meat is cold and sometimes you can tell the meat has been “out” for a while when you bite into the meat. This stall still wins hands-down!
Louisa
2h
Q Hor Fun - Chicken Chop Yuan Yang Hor Fun $4.50 (+$0.30 for takeaway) The Chicken Chop Yuan Yang Hor Fun combines the curry and herbal gravy to let you have the best of both worlds. Unfortunately, the herbal gravy has overpowered the taste of the curry gravy. I couldn’t really taste the curry gravy. There is also a slightly bitter taste from the herbs. As for the chicken chop, the serving was generous too but it is saltier than the pork chop. It is too salty to be eaten on its own, it’s better to eat it together with the hor fun. Overall, it’s still not bad, but I would suggest getting the separate herbal or curry gravy version instead of Yuan Yang version.
Klion
1w
Q Hor Fun - Curry Pork Chop Hor Fun $4.50 Served with a generous serving of crispy pork chop, the pork chop is well-marinated and tender. The curry gravy reminds me of laksa gravy. It kind of tastes like a mixture of laksa and curry gravy, creamy and tasty in a good way and not too spicy. The hor fun is smooth and goes really well with the curry gravy. Pretty good, I’ll definitely try this again when I’m around this area.
Klion
1w
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Delicious & Affordable Braised Duck Rice in the CBD! Signature Braised Duck Rice - The dish comes with half a braised egg, braised beancurd, braised peanuts and beansprouts, in addition to moist and tender duck meat! Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/ya-lor/
Maureen
9h
For Braised Duck Dishes Run by the guys behind local chains, Pezzo Pizza and Crave Nasi Lemak, find this no-frills eatery in the basement of Guoco Tower for easy meals. Go for the Braised Duck Rice ($5.90) for juicy duck meat and rice drenched in a thick, savoury sauce. Also good is the Braised Duck Noodles and Kway Teow ($5.90) and Braised Duck Porridge ($5.90). Photo by Burppler Xing Wei Chua
Burpple
0w
Signature Braised Duck Rice From Ya Lor, which had recently opened its doors at the basement of Tanjong Pagar, taking over the former premises of Kraftwich. Operated by the same folks behind Pezzo Pizza and Crave Nasi Lemak in collaboration with Sia Kee Duck Rice that is located at Lorong 35 Geylang, this is essentially the same relationship as Crave Nasi Lemak has with Selera Rasa Nasi Lemak; a name that is likely to become more commercial with more outlets possibly opening in the future. The Signature Braised Duck Rice features other elements of Bean Sprouts, Braised Peanuts, Braised Egg (Half) and Beancurd. The braised sauce is the highlight here; though the flavours of the spices used here is not particularly distinct, the braised sauce is thick, flavourful and savoury as it lends its flavour to the other elements of the dish — a great accompaniment to the rice in particularly which helps to provide flavour and moisten up the rice. Otherwise, much of the other elements were pretty decent, though nothing much to shout about — the duck being not too bad, though could do being more tender and succulent for; thankfully not grainy nor gamey. A decent dining option for office workers in the area.
Xing Wei
7w
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Authentic Nasi Lemak from Damansara Uptown! One of their specialties is Nasi Lemak w/ Rendang Beef - The rendang beef is cooked overnight till tender but it also tasted gamier than expected. Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/uptown-nasi-lemak/
Maureen
11w
Nasi lemak - drumsticks paid $5.50 for drumstick nasi lemak. small drumstick. sambal chilli is good for spicy lovers. achar not bad. if you want cheaper option, can just pop by another nasi lemak stall @ Market street temporary food centre (2mins walk).
Amelia
11w
Nasi Lemak with Ayam Berempah (Thigh) Got the opportunity to check out the new Uptown Nasi Lemak which has sprouted up at the coffeeshop situated at 121 Telok Ayer Street recently (the same one where the $1 Peanut Pancake is located). Serving up Nasi Lemak with a variety of seafood and meat options, patrons going for the Nasi Lemak with Ayam Berempah can go with either the Drumstick or Thigh option at $5.50, or the entire Leg at $6.50. Thought that the rice here is fluffy, and while the rice did carry a slight lemak note, it would have been even better if it could carry a heavier hint of coconut for more punch. Otherwise, the meat was pretty good; crisp on the exterior and juicy and succulent within, the chicken comes with hints of spice such as turmeric and lemongrass for a more complex, yet fragrant note, while it also comes with crispy Ikan Bilis for a crunch, half-boiled egg, cucumbers, sambal and achar. The sambal here is not quite the sweet variant we would usually associate with local renditions of Nasi Lemak, but is the savoury-sweet sort that is more reminiscent to Malaysia-style versions with caramelised onions and soft Ikan Bilis for a bite – carried quite a decent intensity of heat that should be manageable to most with a low to moderate level of tolerance to spiciness, while the achar gives a tangy and refreshing crunch to reset the taste buds from all the carbs and meat. Pretty decent, though more of an option I would consider only if in the area.
Xing Wei
12w
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