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Sesame Flute & Broccoli Soup

2.60 for a bread basket of half a flute/ 6ish for soup of the day. The sesame flute is one of the best I've had in Singapore. Chewy on the inside, crusty on the outside. The toasted sesame tied it all together. Thoroughly enjoyed the broccoli soup too. It was light and had the distinct taste of broccoli (not cream).

Value For Money

Ordered the all-in-one bowl, cost 28.90. Alittle pricey for a coffeeshop but portion is huge. They are generous with the ingredients, the meat were not soggy despite the sauce. Very good.

Salted Yolk With Chilli Pork Chop

Had always found the shops in Shaw Centre rather difficult to locate and this one is no exception. Located in quite a secluded corner, Xi Yan serves zi char styled food. Their Salted Yolk with Chilli Pork Chop was kind of a hit and miss, decent, but not fantastic. Could have been better if the meat wasn't this dry.

Ngoh Hiang ($8) at Wah Kee.

Portion alittle small for $8 but quality is up there. I guess every dollar counts 👍🏻4/5
📍Lavender MRT #yybffLavender

French Cuisine

Recently awarded a One Michelin Star, Rhubarb's lunch menu was worthwhile priced at $42++ for an excellent 3 course meal!

Extensive list of French wines that pairs well with the food. They play with seasonal ingredients making it a new experience every time you dine with them.

La poitrine de porc de la ferme vallegrain (Cured Pork Belly)

It was a natural choice for me, pork, belly, fatty... lest was I expecting that there was no tinge of fattiness or greasiness in this dish, instead it was just so very savory (for a lack of a better word - giammmm)! The texture was unlike any other pork dish.

Minced Pork Noodles

Bak Chor Mee (S$10)
Mee Poh dry, spicy
The queue was pretty short when I dropped by last Tuesday. Just a 15 minutes wait. Maybe because the regulars knew that the staffs were going for 15-minutes lunch break soon at 2.30pm. I was lucky to be the second last order to be made before the break.
Order that cannot be completed by 2.30pm will be given a queue number.
The serving looked a tab small for S$10. Not full after finishing it and seem to be lacking of the wow factor. The sauce was a tab bland although not too vinegary. Like that the pig's liver was cooked just right - tender. There's pieces of crispy flat fish 🐟 in it.
Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle 大華猪肉粿條麵
Address 🏠 : Tai Hwa Eating House 大華餐室, Blk 466 Crawford Lane, # 01-12, Singapore 🇸🇬 190 465
Tel ☎️ : 6292 7477
Open 💈 : 9.30am - 9pm
Closed on 1st & 3rd Monday of the month, eve of public holiday
MRT 🚇 : Lavender (EW11)
Pricing : S$5, S$6 (Recommended), S$8, S$10
Note 📝: 1 🌟 in Singapore Michelin 2016