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Run by a young hawker of Taiwanese descent who is married to a Korean, NiuNiu marries two of my favourite cuisines - Taiwanese and Korean food which are individually rarely spotted in a hawker centre setting.

Their signature braised pork bowl costs only $5! And you get a good portion of braised pork, a whole braised egg and kimchi on top of a bowl of pearl rice. NiuNiu uses a fatter cut for their braised pork which literally melts in your mouth. I like that they have given kimchi on the side to cut through and balance the greasy fatty pork. The braising sauce is also on the light side so as not to overwhelm the palate.

I thoroughly enjoyed NiuNiu's braised pork rice but I can imagine some folks finding the braised pork a little too fatty and heavy for their liking!

For those who prefer their Cantonese roast meats traditional, you will probably enjoy Ten Tenths' siew yok.

Their siew yok has a shattering crisp crackling and the meat is well marinated. You definitely cannot go wrong with this!

Each order of soup noodles is served with a complimentary shot of Shaoxing Hua Diao Jiu / Yellow Rice Wine, which staff will offer to pour in for you. This infuses each bowl of soup with lovely boozy sweet savoury flavour, enhancing each mouthful.
The clear house signature broth is made with 40 different types of stewed fish bones, carrying comforting sweet savoury boozy herbal flavour.
I opted for the silky smooth Jiangxi province-style mi xian / rice noodles, medium thick with a soft chew, carrying mild grainy sweet flavour.
Each bowl is served with fresh crunchy nai bai / milk cabbage, and a generous sprinkling of crisp spring onions, both with vegetal sweet flavour.
Garnished with thin sliced chewy pork belly strips with lovely meaty savoury sweet fatty flavour.
Also large bursting pork meat balls stuffed with minced pork that are springy chewy juicy in texture with robust meaty savoury salty sweet flavour.
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📍La Levain (@lalevainsg)
📌 23 Hamilton Road
💰 $8
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Matcha and yuzu, an unorthodox combo. I was expecting the fillings to be a mix of yuzu and matcha cream, but its just yuzu cream. The matcha is relegated to the ganache topping.

The matcha ganache is really gao and rich, I can taste the sweetness of the white chocolate base, really good. The yuzu isnt too sour and its tangy and refreshing. However I would have preferred a more even ratio of the yuzu cream to matcha cream, as there wasnt much matcha cream imo.

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⭐ Rating: 8.5/10
🤑 worth the price: eh
🦖 would I buy again: probs not
💍 would I marry: i would date

OMG, this edible Christmas Tree ($80.00) from Origin + Bloom is so pretty! Layers of Dark Chocolate with Dried Fruits and Nuts, the kids are loving it. Perfect for gifting and gathering with friends and family.

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2nd time going, had mutton biryani for both set with burpple 1 for 1 deal.
Slightly more expensive than chicken tikka biryani (11 dollars VS 10)
As before, not super spicy and that's good.
Happy to be back with the remaining deals. Hope they will renew.
(Picture is the set that I dabao/takeaway)
Edit: 1 serving I ate on site but did not take the picture. Difference is just the veggie/salad with mint chutney is missing when dabao/takeaway, which is fine for me.

Ten Tenths uses a slightly fatty cut of pork for their char siew. You can clearly see discernable layers of glistening fats running through their char siew with a nice outer char.

What makes their char siew different from others is that they use a black pepper and Sichuan peppercorn based marinade which gives their char siew a subtle earthy and mala aftertaste. My only complaint is that they slice their char siew a little too thinly which kinda dampens my enjoyment of their meats.

Yes, it's $10 per bowl and portions are a little on the small side. But if you are looking for Cantonese roast meats which are a little fancier, do check their char siew out!