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Waiting time was a little long considering how the orders took around 15 to 20mins to be served — a little long considering the grab-and-go nature of most coffeeshop fare, especially those involving noodles. That being said, Pang’s Hakka Noodles is most certainly worth dropping by for its last hurrah at Xin Tekka — the Signature Hakka Noodle Set being the item to go for if one has yet to give it a try. Serving up their noodles in proper bowls is a welcomed move; wasn’t one who appreciated how they used to serve their items in paper bowls more meant for takeaways for the longest time — other changes include a price reduction of the set to $8.80 with them serving up a single piece of the prawn paste chicken wing instead of two as they had previously served, which makes the portion size of the set more manageable for an individual as well.

There isn’t anything I disliked with their Signature Hakka Noodle Set; and that’s something worth mentioning considering how I am one who doesn’t really enjoy Yong Tau Foo in general — the noodles comes with a good portion of minced meat and pork lard for a meaty bite and a crunch, all that being tossed with a rather piquant chili sauce that gives it an extra spicy punch that tickles the taste buds of those who are tolerable to moderate levels of spiciness. Also enjoyed how the noodles carry a good bite, while the various Yong Tau Foo pieces were fresh and flavourful — carrying prominent flavours of the ingredients without feeling as though the flavours of the items are washed away by the clean and light soup that they come swimming in. The prawn paste chicken wing is the reason why I always insistently order the set here — its always crisp, juicy and tender — the fried batter carrying a bold note of the umami prawn paste that the chicken wing is being marinated with; always served piping hot and fried freshly upon order, and is pretty much satisfaction guaranteed.

Haven’t heard of Pang’s Hakka Noodles finding a new location to operate from — but it would be greatly missed as a lunch time destination for me at least; not a particularly affordable option when compared against the hawker fare at Tekka Centre but this is certainly worth the splurge when the craving hits. Perhaps its time to savour what Xin Tekka has to offer before it shutters its operations from 1 May 2021, be it whichever stall one may go for ...

If you're looking for sustainable meats, look no further as Next Meats is now in Singapore & serving up the world's first plant-based Yakiniku Meats!

This collaboration between @nextmeats_singapore x @aburien.sg brings you plant-based NEXT Kalbi (boneless short rib) from now till July at all Aburi-EN stores!

You can try your meat in 2 forms, of which, one of them is the Stamina Teishoku ($15.80), pictured here!

This set comes with a stir-fried version of the NEXT Kalbi, sautéed with cabbage, carrots & shimeji mushrooms & topped with an egg imported from Okinawa - bringing you an authentic Japanese Don experience!

This alternative is not only environmentally friendly, but it also comes with health benefits, such as double the protein & half the amount of fat! So you've got yourselves yakiniku, without the guilt! 😉

Steak & Prawn (S$16.40++)
200grams Sirloin
Topup (S$3.70) for soup of the day and drink
Available at @hottomatosg in @plazasingapura

Hot Tomato
Address 🏡 : 68 Orchard Road, # B2-40 Plaza Singapura, Singapore 🇸🇬 238 839
Open ⏰ : 11am - 10pm
Website 🌐 : https://www.hottomato.com.sg/

Brought to you by the people behind Soi Aroy, it's satisfaction guaranteed when you dine at this restaurant along Upper Aljunied Road! Get transported to the streets of Bangkok when you order up a variety of Green Curry Chicken ($9), Tom Saap ($9) and Pad Thai with Prawns ($9). Other must trys include the Crispy Deep-Fried Omelette with Crab Meat ($16), which Burppler Xing Wei Chua said was "not only airy and fluffy, but we found it to be immensely crispy even after being left at the table for a while — also not being in any way greasy as well. Add the crab meat atop, and it adds a distinct note of crustacean sweetness to the omelette; pretty fresh."
Photo by Burppler Xing Wei Chua

Eh this was nice haha uni was tasty and the set includes Wagyu too (which tasted good w the salt). Small unassuming shop located in a slightly dingy mall haha eh but food was nice. The burpple 1-1 set was really quite worth it I must say :-) since uni is known to be rather ex

Get the shoyu fire ramen instead of the tonkatsu haha shoyu is nicer :-) soup was yum yum w the flaming spring onion oil it became so flavourful too. N u get to watch a free show haha what’s there to complain but the fire is damn huge af n hot LOL but it’s all bout the experience eh so alls good. Oh the queue time is super long tho like 1-1.5h good luck to u

Ordered the double cheese sausage waffle ($3) and it was freshly prepared, likely because it is not a mainstream item.

Although the look is not there, the taste was rather good. The waffle extras at the side were crispy and although it looks like a mess, it was a nice addition to just purely a sausage wrapped in waffle. I expected there to be more cheese / flowing cheese but sadly all of it has leaked out, forming a crispy cheese layer which I nevertheless enjoyed. But for the price paid, cheese content is considered little. Staff was friendly.

Looks carcinogenic tbh LOLOL I think it was nubbad, tastes like regular karaage except the crust was v v slightly citrusy. Overall nice texture! But I think it’s abit ex for karaage haha tbh you’d be btr off just going for the fire ramen IMO!