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Pretty sure this is one of the better korean places in this area! We ordered the beef and pork bbq platter for $55+, which comes with 1. 2 kinds of beef (short rib and something else) 2. 2 kinds of pork 3. Kimchi soup. Meat serving was pretty generous! They mentioned it's for 2-3 pax but pretty sure it can serve a family of 4 (2 male 2 female). Bbq plate also came with kimchi, egg and cheese sauce heated up around the rim. Good!

Pretty good ocean's thirteen which is Smoked Salmon Benedict. Eggs nicely done, smoked salmon tasted good, love the bread! Plus it comes with avocado, beetroot and ebiko which makes a good combination of flavours.

Its June and the season of durians so everywhere's having durian as their special flavour haha. Got this MSW durian croissant and i quite liked the croissant on its own. Its glazed over with sugar on one side and the other side is plain i think, which is great because that helps to prevent the croissant from being overly sticky and sweet.

Brought this home so by the time i consumed it, was kind of nua already 😅 but certain parts still remained rather crisp, and i liked the chewy dough of the rest.

The durian filling was nice, didn't feel as if they added alot of sugar/sweetener. The filling was kind of little which I had kind of suspected would be the case because the croissant looked so flat 😹 A little pricey considering the amount of filling, and its not just with the durian one.

At any hawker centre, my advice is to keep an eye on where the older folks queue because chances are, the dishes from those stalls are tastier. That’s how I found this “chap chye png” in the vast, sprawling space of Chinatown Complex Food Centre on Smith Street today.
I had noticed that “Ye Ji Cooked Food” (#02-020) commanded a never-ending but fast-moving line in front of their stall made up exclusively of individuals aged 60 and above. Immediately, I decided to join them.
The spread of dishes at “Ye Ji” was wide and since the hawker in charge of the cooking seemed to do it in small batches, I had a feeling their food would taste hotter and fresher than most. Something older folks tend to be fussy about.
My order of rice with some “yong tau fu” items, onion omelette and stirfried kailan flowers came to only $5. More importantly, everything on the plate was delicious. There’s a comforting homecooked-by-mum taste and yet at the same time, execution was on point. Take for example my vegetables. They were stirfried to optimal crispness and so flavourful.
I suspect this stall sells out very quickly so if you plan on trying the food here, it’s best to drop by earlier like just before noon.

Found another stall (#02-061) in Chinatown Complex Hawker Centre that serves delicious sliced fish hor fun with black bean sauce! The wok hei taste is so strong in the dish, while the fish slices are fresh and tender. Cheap & good!

Stall name: Chinatown Sun Seng (#02-061)

Da jia Shi
02-147

I love how this porridge is smooth and yet retains some grains . Very “homecooked” with minimal or no msg .

Comforting and delicious !

At 3 dollars , this was really value for money 😊

This is as old school as it gets; the noodles are springy with the chili & ketchup sauce combo giving it an old school taste, which are accompanied by the chewy fishballs & fishcakes too. Run by a very friendly elderly couple, the wife gave me extra pork lard cos I told her I like it. 👍🏻😋
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Stall Name: Jin Hua Fishball Noodles
#02-202 Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre
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Fresh citrusy tasting dessert dish that is bound to satiate any lingering cravings for pancakes you might have! Was warned by the staff that the pancakes take up to 15 minutes to be prepared but in hindsight, it was worth the wait! The pancakes were lightly crisped up on the exterior but remained soft and warm on the inside. Much like the texture of a good waffle. While it is one of the denser pancakes I've had, the freshness of the strawberries made sure that the dish was not too heavy on the palette and balanced out some of that sweetness from the maple syrup as well.