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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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Fishball Noodles This place was made famous by its amoy street hawker stall. Just a really decent bowl of fishball noodles with nice bouncy fishballs and savoury soup. Noodles and the sauce were average, personally I'd dump in more vinegar so they wouldn't clump. And by the way I didnt spot the purported 2nd gen hawker hunk whos owns the place.
Sarah
1w
Bak Chor Mee (M) - Kway Teow [$8] Not sure why, but the portion of kway teow was much lesser than our mee pok bowl 😅 We opted out of the ketchup for the latter and got the original for this. I prefer a less sweet mixture so I liked the mee pok more. Their Burpple Beyond deal ends end Dec, so make sure to drop by soon for a super value for money meal!
Wei Zhi
9w
Bak Chor Mee (M) - Mee Pok [$8] Was scrolling through Burpple Beyond for something soupy and found Ah Ter. The Beyond premium plan offers one for one on their medium sized bak chor mee, and it’s SUPER worth it. It ends on 31 Dec, so make sure to go soon! They have lots of noodle options (like 7!) and we decided on the mee pok and kway teow. Saw somewhere that they use quite a lot of ketchup, so we opt out of it for this bowl and I liked it a lot more (also because I personally prefer it to be less sweet). Noodles were pretty springy, but the best part for us was the very flavourful and subtly sweet soup! It came in a huge portion with generous ingredients like minced pork, meatball, prawns, fishcakes, fishballs and several slices of pork and pork liver. The pork livers were done exceptionally well, tender without any lingering stench. While it’s a little pricey on its original price tag, the spot is air-conditioned and service was great. They also have a smaller bowl at $6 and a large one at $10. Their special whole abalone and seafood soup goes for $15.
Wei Zhi
6w
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| 🐮 Yummy Yummy Beef Soup !... ~ · Mixed Beef w Tendon Soup Large Bowl - $10.80 · Tasty beef soup kway chap. The kway teow was already sold out during lunch, that’s how popular they are. The soup has a mild sweetness which I really love. The ingredients are really generous as well. That explains why they shop is so popular · Mooteow @moo_teow
Jaden
10w
🎶TEOW me why, ain't nothin' but a heartache~ TEOW me why, ain't nothin' but a mistake~🎶 Spare the heartache & have a comforting bowl of beef noodles at MooTEOW! 🍜 Conveniently located at 73 Circular Road, this 2nd outlet serves up hearty bowls of beef kway teow, with both soup & dry versions! 😍😍😍 . Love how robust-tasting their beef broth is, boasting of richness from long hours of simmering! 💕 What can be better than FREE refills! 👍🏻 The soft chewy homemade beef balls, collagen-rich tendon & sufficiently tender beef slices were tantalising too! 😋 . The dry rendition is equally outstanding, especially after mixing in their signature chilli sauce 🌶! Fragrant sesame oil & soy sauce that lusciously coat the slippery rice noodles, coupled with some tangy spice 🔥 & refreshing beansprouts with a nice crunch, this bowl just screams SHIOK ah! 🤤🤤🤤 . Choose from Sliced beef/Beef balls ($6.80), Mixed beef ($7.80), or try a bit of everything with their Mixed beef with tendon ($8.80)! 😍 There's also a choice of kway teow, yellow noodles or brown rice bee hoon! ✔ If you're a big eater, just +$2 for a larger bowl! 👌🏻 . For sides, highly recommend their Chicken Wings ($10.80/6pcs) - super crispy exterior & juicy meats! 💯💯💯 Their salted vegetables ($3.80) was really crunchy but too salty imo 😂 Homemade barley ($1.80) was good! . 📢PROMO📢 They're running a 1-FOR-1 promo (Sliced beef kway teow) from now till 24 Nov! ✌🏻 Check out their Facebook page at fb.com/mooteow for more details! 😎
serene
13w
Sliced Beef Kway Teow (S/L, $6.80/$8.80) Mooteow has opened their 2nd outlet at 73 Circular Road! You can find comforting bowls of Teochew style beef kway teows with popular choices like Mixed Beef with Tendon and Sliced Beef here. The former comes with beef parts like beef tripe, brisket, tendon and beef balls, with a robust soup base bursting with flavours. My favourite part was the tendon, which had a melt-in-your-mouth texture! The Sliced Beef Kway Teow is also a good choice as it has tender beef slices and a flavourful soup. Dry versions are also available for each of their kway teows and you may also ask for free refills of the soup versions. For their opening promotion, they are offering 1-For-1 Sliced Beef Kway Teow at their latest outlet till 24th Nov 2019.
Jonathan
14w
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Premium Loin Ribs BKT, Kidney & Liver Soup This is still my favourite BKT, and in my opinion one value-for-money vs other BKT. I have here the Premium Loin Ribs (regular), Kidney (large) and Liver (large) soup. Definitely satisfied my craving for good BKT, especially after last evening’s less satisfying BKT from another BKT chain.
Louisa
3w
Premium Loin Ribs BKT Returned to my favourite BKT stall since I had the first half of the day off. Ordered the Premium Loin Ribs, the regular Pork Ribs (large bowl), and Kidney (regular bowl). The meat is so tender, it just peels off the bones! The kidney was just right - soft and yet with a bit to it. Definitely good quality meats used and excellent cooking method! Although, I noted that there was just one additional pork rib in today’s ’Large’ vs the ‘Regular’ that I ordered previously.
Louisa
6w
Pork Ribs And Premium Loin Ribs Took the chance that it’s 1/2 day today (New Year’s Eve) to try both the pork ribs and premium loin ribs. Wow! Didn’t know it was significantly different in terms of proportion of the ribs! Both were tender, except that the premium loin ribs meat was drier while the pork ribs was juicer and softer. I understand from a friend it’s because the bigger ribs are too big and hence are not soaked in the soup, while the pork ribs are merged inside the pot of soup and boiled together. Now that I’ve tried Rong Hua’s BKT, I’d say this is my favourite (beating my previously favourite Ya Hua BKT). 👍😋
Louisa
8w
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Spicy Supper From Prata Alley I had a cashback voucher from Prata Alley so decided to order the Nasi Goreng Kampong for supper. I got a whiff of the potent chili (bottom right hand corner of pic) once I opened the box. It looked pretty nondescript but boy, did it pack a punch. Fortunately I’m quite the spice fiend or it could be too overpowering for those who can’t handle too much heat. The fried rice was cooked with long beans, carrots, onions, chives, egg and topped with an oozy sunny side up and two slices of cucumber. It also came with fish crackers which could be fresher. Overall I enjoyed my supper as the nasi goreng kampong was moist and flavourful and the crispy ikan bilis added enough crunch. Yums.
Sharon
3w
Not Up My Alley This Time I enjoyed Prata Alley’s bee hoon goreng Ikan bilis and kway teow goreng seafood so thought I would try the other dishes on its menu. But my latest encounter with Prata Alley proved to be rather uneventful. I ordered the mutton chop and sardine murtabak this time. The murtabak looked rather unappealing when I opened the packet as it lacked the golden brown colour normally seen on murtabak. I had hoped the flavours would make up for the lack of aesthetics. Unfortunately the sardine filling was completely bland to the point of I could hardly even taste the sardine. All I could taste was the thick doughy texture of the murtabak. They should have added sliced red chili to the sardine filling to make it more palatable. Maybe they should take a leaf out the sardine epok epok’s book where the sardine filling is usually moist and spicy with onions and red chili. The mutton chop in the pic looked a mess because it was completely concealed by the blanket of fries and I had to dredge up the mutton for the purpose of this pic haha. The fries were obviously piled on top to retain its crispness. The dish also came with a sunny side up egg, cucumber and tomato slices. This was my first time trying mutton chop and I found it too gamey for my tastebuds. This was rather surprising to me as I love western style lamb chops. Maybe I should stick to the rice and noodle dishes at Prata Alley next time.
Sharon
3w
Cheese & Egg Prata, Garlic Prata (foreground), Curry Chicken (background) From this relatively new Prata shop replacing the former space of Blackball with a hipster decor theme (think brick and cemented walls, wooden furniture and benches with pillows to cuddle) named Prata Alley at CityVibe beside Clementi Mall. Went for one of their signature Prata — Cheese & Egg Prata comes with egg in the same form you would expect in an egg Prata and melted mozzarella cheese (they use mozzarella cheese for all their cheese Prata); think stretchy melted cheese that gives a little pulling tension to the Prata to reveal stringy strands. Sinful but definitely worth the calories. Garlic Prata isn't one of the recommended ones on the menu but it satisfies my cravings for pungent tasting Prata — fried shallots aplenty wrapped in the rectangular Prata. It is worth noting that the Prata here are generally thinner than most; nearly crepe-like but it's more for those who prefer to pull their Prata apart with a fork and spoon — definitely not the crispy sort. The accompanying curry can be a little watery for some, but it does give a good, bright and tangy spiciness if one isn't too picky. If you do mind however, go for the Curry Chicken ala-carte on the side to complement — its thicker, richer and way more savoury though almost the same level of spiciness (it's mild to moderate for me) as the accompanying curry that comes with the Prata. The chicken may not be the most juicy, succulent and tender, but definitely serviceable and helps if you do need something meaty on the side along with the Prata.
Xing Wei
3y
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