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Finally visited this nasi lemak stall OG Lemak that has been trending on social media recently, and yeah, I was pretty impressed with what I had! I ordered the Beef Rendang set, and it was really good! The beef rendang was fork-tender and flavourful, while the ‘twice-steamed’ rice was fluffy and really aromatic! Special shout-out to the sambal chilli too - there’s actually 2 types of chilli paste served on my plate, sambal belacan & sambal tumis, a shiok and spicy combination!

Recently discovered this hidden gem of a Prawn Mee: Xiang Zai Prawn Noodle in Hougang. What I like about their prawn mee is the broth that’s flavourful, yet not too heavy on the palate! The dry version with pork ribs is good too – I liked the tender pork ribs, and the savouriness and heat of the noodles that have been tossed in chilli. The dry version comes with the same broth on the side! They offer clam soup too, which is filed with a generous portion of fresh lala as you can see from my pic!

~Prawn Noodle w/ Pork Ribs (Dry) ($5.50)
~Signature Prawn Noodle (Soup) ($4)
~Clam Soup ($5.50)

They are currently only available for pick up/takeaway, as they are not on any delivery platforms. If you wanna support them the address is as below:
~Block 7 Hougang Ave 3, #01-60 (Heng Coffee Family Restaurant), Singapore 530007
~Tuesday to Sunday: 6.30am to 3pm
~You can also contact +65 9009 4439 / +65 8157 2554 for pre-order collection

Been awhile since I had this Char Kway Teow and I’m happy to report that its standard is still gold! Wok hei is very prominent in each bite of the noodles, while the sweet and smoky lup cheong paired so well with the fresh cockles! All this for only $4 per plate too – look at that generous portion! All in all, a plate of Char Kway Teow worthy of all the calories!

An overall decent plate of fried hokkien prawn mee if you’re in the area. The style here is the wet type; broth/stock is thick and quite flavourful, but leans more towards pork-forward than seafood-forward. The squid is really tasty though, tender and not overcooked. Quite like the sambal chili too – solid with a punch!

📍Gim Chew Fried Hokkien Noodle
#01-50, Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre (208B New Upper Changi Rd)

Finally checked this char kway teow off my hawker to try list! We queued for around 1 hour for our food (cos uncle meticulously fry each plate of noodles one at a time), and I must say it was totally worth the wait (and calories too)! I dare say this is one of the best char kway teows I’ve tried so far in Singapore! My plate of char kway teow was moist and flavourful, with a very strong wok hei plus generous portions of everything (plump cockles, fried pork lard, noodles etc)! Simply delicious, I’ll be back again for sure!

Since I was in the Bukit Gombak area, I decided to check out this reputable Hainanese chicken rice stall for lunch. You don’t have to queue and wait, you just tell them where you are seated when you are ordering and they will deliver the food to you. The chicken was really yummy! It was so smooth, juicy and tender, and it came with bean sprouts too! Wasn’t a fan of the rice though, it was not as fragrant as I would have liked. Overall, still a really good chicken rice place that I would visit again if I’m in the area. Heard their sesame chicken and roasted meats are good, will probably try those the next time.

Journey to the west to try this highly recommended (by my foodie friends) fried hokkien prawn mee from The NeighbourWok, that’s located at a coffeeshop in Bukit Batok.

I must say they were right, the fried hokkien mee here is really delicious, and I dare say it’s worth travelling all the way down here to eat this! The wok hei game is really strong here, and the noodles soaks up all the essence of the broth really well, giving it a flavourful and moist taste! This hokkien mee has pork belly, sotong, prawns, pork lard (lots of it) and sambal chilli, and the $5 portion is really generous. Come try it for yourselves!

Besides fried hokkien prawn mee, they also sell satay which I heard is pretty good too. Will order some to try next time when I’m back!

Discovered a pretty good fried hokkien mee stall in the AMK area recently. The fried hokkien mee style here is the wet style that I like, and the flavourful broth was soaked up perfectly by the noodles! Not forgetting the sambal chilli too, which packed a mild spicy kick!