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Despite its name this clearly isn’t clear soup and has milk added. Nevertheless it was tasty. All soup bases come with thick bee hoon, beansprouts, chives and beancurd sheets. I added cabbage and pig stomach and it was just nice a portion for dinner.

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One of the signature soup bases. Although I don't like tomato, I would often order star tomato items, just to impress myself. I regretted this lol. The mixian here, which is like local thick beehoon, is damn a lot. Great for big eaters. I added cuttlefish balls, fishballs, fishcakes and Northern-style minced pork. I liked the crunchy cuttlefish, the fish items were tough and unpleasant, while the minced meat was shiok.

One of the signature soup bases. It was familiar, very Chinese, yet because it's quite diluted, it's unfamiliar. The mixian here, which is like local thick beehoon, is damn a lot. Great for big eaters. We added beef, pork and wantons. All decent but wantons were the best.

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Intrigued by the name Tufei chicken, we decided to give this a try. Unfortunately, it was nothing too extraordinary except that the mid wings were marinated with some spices such as black pepper and sprinkled with some black sesame seeds. While the wings were rather juicy, but it would be difficult to justify them at this price point.

Pretty mild taste of the sliced pork belly, feels like they were simply doused in dark soya sauce and sesame oil. The proportion of mashed garlic to the amount of pork belly slices was also not right; the dollop of mashed garlic was too much for the pork belly, hence the entire appetizer was full of garlic pungency, overshadowing any other taste that was supposedly present.

For hearty affordable noodle soup bowls on a rainy day, I will probably think of TamJai Sam Gor now! I was definitely spoilt for choice when it comes to customisation of the mixian as they had a wide variety of toppings and soup broths, even down to the spicy level. Just the soup selection was enough to leave me in dilemma for a while. Fortunately they had the Guo Qiao option, which essentially, is the gist of everything here at TamJai SamGor where you get a mixture of pork, beef, chicken, fishball, cuttlefish ball, vegetables, beancurd etc. Of course, you can inform them to exclude toppings that you don’t wish to have. I enjoyed the mixian here for its al dente texture.

We opted for the fragrant clear soup, which was no less tasty than the rest, as it was quite umami and really milky. The portion was a surprise to us since 2 of us were sharing 1 guo qiao mixian. Seemed like the mixian was never ending no matter how much we ate. It just means one thing; value for money! Will be back to try the other soup broths when dine in is possible again.