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We got the pasta, trout, and ice cream, of which the trout stood out the most. It was sinfully buttery and absolutely delicious! The staff surprised us with a complimentary salad (which came with an AMAZING sauce) and cheesecake (it tasted like custard to us hahaha), which was really a cherry on top. Oh, and the ambience is wonderful! I loved the cute wooden clocks on the wall.

These were some of the best oysters I’ve ever eaten at this price point. At only $2 a pop during happy hour, these delicious morsels were so so fresh and plump! The oysters were big boys too! So it was super super satisfying!

Not to be missed as well are the mentaiko fries! Just look at it, how could it taste bad?

Founded in 1989 by owner Ah Bee, aged 48, and his 42-year-old wife Ah Chiam, China Whampoa Home Made Noodles is easily one of Singapore’s most popular ban mian stall.

Other than its original outlet at Whampoa Makan Place, it has also opened at Geylang Lor 12 (Nam Wah Coffeeshop) which is operating 24/7 (Ban Mian for supper!), and 2 Bukit Merah ABC coffeeshop which is opposite ABC Brickworks Food Centre.

The hawkers make their noodles within the stall in little batches, with a range of delicious ingredients like fish slices, clams, abalone or prawns.

It is then added to the light and clear broth with mani cai to give it a tangible sweetness.

The stock here is cooked with low fire, using dried ikan bilis and soybeans instead of pork bones that would otherwise make the soup too oily.

Also don’t forget about the delicious chilli sauces.
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Phoenix Park
320 Tanglin Rd
Singapore 247980

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The must try’s in my opinion thus far are the nasi goreng, biryani and Maggie/mee hoon goreng! The wokhei on all the fried dishes were great! And the rice grains in the rice dishes were nicely separated and not clumpy! Though the chicken was slightly dry, the rice made up for it! I loved how the biryani rice itself was super spice-y and flavourful! I didn’t even need to douse my plate in curry!

One of the only drinks they don’t let you sample, this oyster stout is something else man. It’s rich and heady, with a smokey (almost meaty) flavour that’s pretty crazy. Then comes undertones of a light brininess, which I guess is why it’s called oyster stout.

It is a lot to handle, so I’d share this if I were to get it again.

Verdict: can’t say it’s my favourite, but it’s definitely a very good cuppa joe. It was creamy, nutty and bold, not too much acidity which really falls right up my aisle. It was however also really sweet — to someone like me at least, who generally loves her coffee black. I also couldn’t get any particularly novel flavours from the milk (eg extra malty/nutty/etc) besides the overwhelming sweetness, so while I enjoyed the drink I can’t say it left much of an impression on me.

This right here has got to be my fav fav favvvv taro drink ever! The taro milk tea from woobbee was so thick, it tasted almost like a milkshake but it isn’t as jelak or sickeningly sweet. If you’re feeling extra decadent, add pudding into your drink and you’re set!