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Quite good! Or maybe we were hungry waiting one hour for the popular Western food.

Adventure at Seletar Corner this morning and this bowl of Sheng Mian is decent to say the least. Yesterday was really gloomy so there sunlight this morning is a nice welcome to Sunday. Good morning!

The huge and juicy dumplings.

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We are very disturbed that the hood and hob in my kitchen are misaligned, and our air conditioning is not working. Sigh. Anyway, we explored the neighbourhood last weekend and was recommended to try 36 M.S wanton noodles in a quaint coffee shop at Seletar Hills. Wanton mee with chilli sauce was decent but I like the non-chilli version with dumplings. The handmade noodles are tossed in dark sauce sauce that gives it the glistering look and the dumplings are juicy and tasty. But hor, don't expect big portions lah!

Address: 2 Jalan Selaseh, Singapore 808433


The 1st thing I want to have fish head curry, at my family's Favourite Zichar place. But alas, it was all sold out. So we had to settle for the second best, Assam fish head. And this did not disappoint. Thick Assam sauce that is both spicy and sour enough, without you squishing your face up. And as usual, the fish head is fresh, big in proportion and good amount of white flaky meat. Just the thing you need, when you are back from a holiday.


It doesn't get any cheaper than this place, it is a classic example of affordability meets quality. Their menu and prices haven't seemed to change since the 1980s (an exaggerated expression, but you get the drift). Since we first moved to the area seven years ago, my family has come here every weekend for a good family dinner. It's so good that my mom would get lazy to cook us a meal, and make us walk over to have dinner instead (true story, and we don't mind at all! Hahaha). Because of this zi char, we have become closer, making time for family dinners and conversations. The food brought us closer together, literally. Portions here are generally larger than what other zi char places serve you. The taste of the food here is also more robust, lemak and generous. The fish head is super fresh (they are basically sold out on a daily basis!), with thick, chunky white flaky meat that just falls off the bones. The curry is so delicious that I drown my plate of rice with it and even "drink" it! This is my family's little secret hangout place, along with other families staying in this area too. #hawkerpedia