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Traveled from west coast to east coast to show some support to the uncle and auntie at Yong Huat, after reading about their retirement due to health issues from @veronicaphua and @juliuslim. Tip-off by @cweizhi about the limited seats so we arrived slightly before lunch time. True enough, by the time we left at 1pm, a snaking queue has already formed. Fortunately, there was an auntie who helped to allocate seats.

The wok hei game was indeed strong in Yong Huat’s fried mee sua, which was highly evident from its aroma even before tucking in. This flavorful plate of mee sua exuded distinctive smoke notes, and therein lies its charm. However, some might find it slightly oily from the pork lard that’s used in frying as it coats every strand beautifully. Served with generous amount of vegetables, pork belly, prawns but what’s not to miss is really the sambal chili which packed a hell load of punch.

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Great food worth it with Burpple 1 for 1 albeit nothing very impressive but affordable

Because what I wanted to try in the neighbourhood was closed, the stars finally aligned for me to try Fu Lin. It's sorta Ampang ytf with the mushroom meat sauce, but the unique twist is the thick beehoon with the same sauce. Most ingredients were fine, but the stars were prawn roll and beancurd skin.

Located just a stone’s throw away from Novena Mrt Station, PocoLoco serves affordable Italian cuisine with reasonably big portions, using quality ingredients imported from Italy. You can get a full course meal here costing less than $100!

I enjoyed both the Manzo ($14.90) and Tiramisu ($8.50); the former is a pasta with beef in truffle cream sauce that was al dente and aromatic while the latter is a classic Italian dessert that won’t go wrong! The ambiance at their Novena outlet is very casual and relaxing too, which made the overall dining experience here a really pleasant one!

They don't always get things right, but life doesn't get better than this. Comforting kway teow, kambing masak merah, cheese fries and a runny egg. If only they execute their mutton properly.

For unknown reasons, famous carrot cakes are often cooked and served in slices. Furthermore, this stall hits the pan so noisily you sure notice. Most impressive were the actual carrot and radish used, elevating the dish instantly. Of course, it's also crispy, but overall the version here was kinda one-dimensional.

Pretty value for money lunch box considering you get a good portion of fresh and creamy uni.

Oscar's @conradsingapore is open for dine-in. Indulge in their Lobster Nasi Lemak with unlimited side dishes at only $40.00++ per pax.
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Available Dinner Monday to Sunday (6pm to 10 pm) and Lunch Saturday, Sunday (12pm to 2.30 pm) till end July 2020 only.
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Place Reservation by calling 6432 7481/63.
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Available for takeaway and delivery, visit this link for more information http://www.connoisseur.sg/.
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