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At Tamjai Samgor Mixian, you can customize your mixian by choosing the ingredients, soup base and spiciness.

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Across the border, a phenomena has been happening even before the pandemic. Many successful food hawkers start to employ foreign workers and almost without exceptions, the food quality drops. We seldom see this in Singapore but today I came across one.

He Jia Huan used to be very famous in the west side for their Handmade Noodles or Ban Mian. The coffee shop they were located in caught fire a few years ago and since then I have not been back. Decided to revisit this stall today and to my surprise, the shop is still around but run by Vietnamese.

I ordered my usual mee hoon kway. At 10.30am I was the first in queue (so I cannot attest to whether their business is still as good as before). But the taste has changed.

First off, the soup has no more umph! It was just simple clear broth, very little umami. Secondly, the mee hoon kway was not hand torn but came in square pieces cut by cookie cutter. The reason why I always appreciate the hand torn versions is because the one pre-cut end up in clumps (see photo). Stirring vigorously during cooking may avoid this but not always. Today I had to chew through stacks of mee hoon kway sometimes three layers thick.

The one saving grace of this stall is the price. At $4.50, the portion you get is big and they generously give lots of minced meat, sliced pork and an egg. The ikan bilis was a let down, although they gave lots of it. They seem to be those you can buy off the shelf rather than fried in-house and very salty.

They also use sayur manis but quite stingy with the vegetable. Chilli sauce was not the cut red peppers with soya sauce but it was also very salty.

Let you guess whether I’m coming back any time soon.

Besides their regular menu, they also have specials on the wall which I completely missed & was bummed out about. Because these all sound so good!! Next time, I suppose 😊

πŸ’³ Accepts credit cards
🌬 Air-conditioned seats only
πŸ–₯ Accepts reservations - I used Quandoo
πŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™€οΈ No service charge
🚫 No GST
πŸ’¦ Water is not chargeable
πŸ“Inside Valley Point Mall
πŸšͺ Enter from River Valley Road (not from within the mall)
🍻 Happy Hour: 12-6PM, Mon-Fri

Of course, we didn't come here for beer..... Them burgers. Damn. Did not disappoint.

Had the Classic Cheeseburger: Single ($14 nett) / Double ($19 nett) - 100% USDA patties with a slight crust & char on the outside. Lightly toasted sesame milk buns that felt almost melt-in-your-mouth with the juicy patties. Overall, balanced flavours that weren't dominated singularly by any of the good ingredients - homemade pickles, grilled onions, phat burger sauce, with melted American cheese.

Service was excellent too - friendly & made us feel so welcomed. We also didn't have to wait long for our order. Unfortunately I didn't get the name of the cheerful lad that took & served our order. Didn't get to say bye to him when we left, so if you're reading this please give me a holler!

πŸ’³ Accepts credit cards
🌬 Air-conditioned seats only
πŸ–₯ Accepts reservations - I used Quandoo
πŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™€οΈ No service charge
🚫 No GST
πŸ’¦ Water is not chargeable
πŸ“Inside Valley Point Mall
πŸšͺ Enter from River Valley Road (not from within the mall)
🍻 Happy Hour: 12-6PM, Mon-Fri

We ordered the buddy bundle which was a really good deal. The food was delicious and unique. Loved the pork potato stew!

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Filled with black sesame mochi and topped with black sesame praline