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They only sell the soup version and not banmiangan! But I found this quite satisfying because the noodles, although slightly thinner than many banmians (in terms of thickness, not the breadth), was kinda springy like a tagliatelle and I dig that. Just that it got a bit soft towards the end of the meal. Soup is similar to that of the meehoonkueh soup which I’ve previously reviewed.

If you’re the kind that likes banmian that is thicker and more al dente (like ubi dmq / L32) this is not for u! You’re better off with RH28 handmade noodles (also in amoy, and is my fav banmian/mhk shop in amoy) which is similarly springy but thicker.

The hot stone bibimbap was very delicious! It came with carrots, beansprouts, cucumber, spinach, mushrooms, some korean veg (I rly dk what it is), beef slices and a fried egg. The mushrooms and beef were particularly flavourful, and I liked that there were crisp rice bits at the bottom! It rly retained heat well, and the food was still piping hot towards the end of the meal. The soup of the day was a fish cake leek soup which was quite peppery, and for the sides I chose the beef, seasoned beansprouts, broccoli and lotus root. Didn’t rly like the beef side dish as it was tough; beansprouts were tasty; broccoli was average; my fav was the crunchy and sweet/savoury lotus root. Kimchi was great too! They also give a free drink, I chose hot barley and it was like the typical roasted barley drinks you get at korean restaurants. I was really really full after this meal!

At $12++, this is v good value because the food was really quite delicious and I think the portions are big enough such that 3 pax can share 2 sets. Will definitely be back!

I always have this with rice and I’ve reviewed that before, but I decided to try their porridge today and I kinda like it better than fish soup + rice! The “porridge” is more like rice soaked in soap (paofan, if you would), but the rice is slightly more broken down than actual rice. Just not broken down to the point of goopiness. As usual, the clear fish soup was light & tasty and the fish slices succulent and chonky. Han Kee still remains as my fav fish soup in SG! The queues are as insane as ever so you should either reach by 11.15am, or go after 1.30pm for a reasonable waiting time.

Free-flow banana leaf again. The server gave this portion, I didn't ask. That's three vegetable sides, including my favourite raita. Note that this is more expensive than Apolo, at around $6.

Astons' take on the local favourite. It lived up to Astons' brand - which is basically close one eye. None of the components stood out. If you want to serve shell with your prawns, they better be worth the extra effort - these weren't. And visiting in the final hour of the eatery's hours didn't produce a powerful broth. I won't eat this again.