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Think traditional hawker fare but upgraded when you visit this noodle bar at Syed Alwi Road. From their Wanton Mee But Better ($8) upgraded with shrimp wanton and black truffle, to their Braised Minced Pork Ramen ($9), this bowl of goodness sees 12 hours braised pork cooked to tender perfection, prawn wanton, potato shrimp with ebiko and onsen egg. Try their Squid Ink Prawn Noodles ($11), which was "definitely a signature! It made your wet Hokkien mee even more slurpy with infusion of unami flavour" according to Burppler Iris Lim.

i visited this place back in 2019 when it was still a pop-up and i’m still really happy with the food here. so glad they became a permanent thing!

steak ($21) was about 200g, which was tender and juicy when cooked to medium rare. i paired it with the wasabi cream ($2) to give it a little kick and i think it’s my fav sauce of the 4 that they have.

for sides, we got the creamed spinach ($7), mushrooms ($9) and potatoes fried in beef fat ($9). they were all delicious but my fav was definitely the potatoes because they were so fragrant and crispy 🤭

honestly, it’s a really affordable place for good steak and sides. worth bringing your date here 🙃

This cereal crayfish is their star dish. Crayfish is fresh. The cereal bits really magnify the taste of the crayfish

My parents always order from ban tong for all our special occasions, from childhood until now.

Very excellent zi char store

Still the same auntie that take my orders as from decades ago.

We discovered this new gem in the middle of town (@ Midtown!) and we’re really surprised by how much effort and energy the owners put into making their flavours. On the 2 occasions that we visited, they invited us to try out a few flavors that they were R&D-ing (it’s a secret, but you can visit their shop and ask them to let you try!). They are super enthusiastic about producing quality products consistently, and at affordable prices. Their waffles are pretty great too! Do check them out and show them some love, gems like these are hard to come by💎😍

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Dark Chocolate Sorbet, Pistachio, Houjicha, Double Chocolate Belgian

Shared among 4 pax.
Small Spicy due to friends cannot eat spicy but their hints of spicy like nothing.😂 Pretty decent, savoury and better than previous owner. Well-cooked and thinly slice for ingredients like lotus and potato.
Can be a little expensive, might be we took quite a good amount of seafood.🤣
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Price/100g
Vegetables - $1.40
Beef/Seafood - $2.60
Meat(Chicken/Pork) - $2.00
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🚩Mala Hotpot Stall, North Spine Food Court, 76 Nanyang Drive, N2.1, 02-03, Nanyang Technological University, 637331
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Felt like going for a healthier, more calorie-light option so here it is! Bagel was super tasty (as usual) and the amount of balsamic vinaigrette was just nice. Egg whites were nicely fried and sandwiched between layers of mushrooms. Staff were also super friendly and helpful in finding us a seat!

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Matcha made in heaven 夏日抹抹茶 (cold) 🤩 ($4.20) - This was so refreshing! Although the beancurd can be quite plain, the red bean was quite sweet so all is good after mixing. And the matcha jelly really has the bitter taste! Pleasantly surprised.

The Abacus has 3 different flavours: Taro, purple and yellow sweet potato. I can’t really taste a difference but they do have a taro/sweet potato taste to it. And I like how chewy it is!

Generally I prefer the beancurd to the grass jelly because I’m a fan of Mr Bean’s beancurd. Their beancurd always has the nice soy taste!

Hot & Spicy 姜山美人(Hot) ($4) - This is a hot ginger beancurd. Sadly, I find that the ginger taste was not strong enough. I like it when it kinda burns my throat. Haha. Personally, felt that beancurd in ginger soup didn’t really complement well. Tangyuan in ginger soup is better.

One best part about hot dessert is that the Abacus was softer and nice to chewy as compared to those in the cold dessert.

You can build your own dessert too! Wanna try the taro jelly one day because the matcha jelly was surprisingly good!