1 Sengkang Square
#02-28/32 Compass One
Singapore 545078

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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Tastes good but quite expensive. Just a bowl of ban mee and a bowl of fish balls cost me $9.20
The fish balls is really good. I ordered ice Milo too which cost $2+. Total up to $10+ for a lunch which is out of my budget. Blame myself for not looking at the price first before ordering but never expect the price of a ban mee to be this expensive.

First time coming across this restaurant which serves a variety of less common street food of Malaysia in a no-frill clean environment within the malls; giving the old guards like Old Town, some healthy competition. This curry Chee Cheong Fun (steamed rice roll) has all the elements of a good comfort food: fresh curry, soft silky rice roll, fried fishball, fishcake and soy skin roll. Though not a common combo here in Singapore it was throughly enjoyable.

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As the signature, this sure succeeded in grabbing our attention. The standout characteristic was the broth. On top of an alluring prawn flavour, it carried an unusual note, kinda like hae bee. It's a risky combo and to be honest I'm not sure whether that's their real taste or this day their kitchen messed up.

Nice enough, but strange. You'd think dry curry means maybe powdered or stir-fried curry, as opposed to wet curry, but all they did was serve a normal Ipoh horfun (already seasoned) with a bit of curry poured at the side. This particular dish came with both poached chicken and char siew - the former good, the latter dry despite the look.

Ipoh delicacies Shan Cheng at Compass One Level 2 curry chicken n YTF noodles set meal with drinks 👌😍

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Just a random stopover for some Kopi before heading back home. The Traditional Kaya and Butter Toast is actually pretty decent here especially when we ordered it during dinner hours — the bread all crisp and smothered with a rather generous serving of Kaya and butter though a little disproportionate; more Kaya in the first slice but more butter at the second. Kopi was a little diluted for me though it does work for those who prefer a lighter cup anyway.