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Their 𝐒𝐚𝐧𝐠𝐞𝐫 ($20) remains one of our favourite burgers around. Stuffed with tender pulled pork balanced out by their homemade sauce and crispy coleslaw in a soft fluffy brioche bun, it’s super filling and relatively affordable. We personally felt that there was a tad too much pork meat: vegetable & bun ratio, and found that removing some meat made for better bites, but who is to complain about having too much meat 😅

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Bak chor mee ($4.50)
⭐️ 4/5 ⭐️
🍴Used to have this quite often when it was at Serangoon and was disappointed when it closed so boy am I glad that they have reopened, albeit at a location further away. The noodles (choice of mee pok/ mee kia) remains as springy and aldente as I remember although a tad oiler. Also a fan of their yummy and well-marinated mix of ingredients - minced meats, sliced pork, pork liver, braised mushrooms, fish cake. We tried both the basic mushroom sauce version (still flavourful but I remember the mushroom taste being slightly stronger previously) and with chilli & vinegar (delicious and rich but the mushroom flavour can get lost). Their accompanying soup was also flavourful with a rich umami flavour from the long simmering of soybeans and ikan billis which makes me keen to try their soup version in future visits.
📍 Macpherson Minced Meat Noodles, 01-18, Marsiling Mall Hawker Centre, 4 Woodlands Street 12, Singapore

This was also quite enjoyable with sweet shredded crabmeat and the same crisp buttery bun.

For those who have yet to try/ undecided, get the trio to try all three lobster/ crab/ shrimp roll in a smaller portion.

The chicken breast was abit tough, but otherwise everything was not bad, esp in terms of flavours and fragrance.
Idk why the spinach tastes abit diff from what you would expect, tastes more like amaranth. Bacon wasn't crispy but at least it's savoury enough

Here I got:
Smoked duck breast
Ckn breast

Decided to try as there wasn’t a queue (weekday 3pm-ish). The fluffy buttery buns, crisp on the sides, were quite generously filled with succulent sweet lobster. Still quite enjoyable though it wasn’t AS good as what I remembered and definitely pricier than what I had in Japan.

The fantastic tangy flavours were amazing. Szechuan pepper was q muted, luckily, but the floral aromas were on full display. Very refreshing, highly recommended!