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Thosai is decently cooked: spongey with a tinge of sourness. Daal is a fail though, very watery, lacking the thickness and earthiness of the lentils.

Really really generous stall! Large portions with generous amounts of meat!! The wok hei is not very consistent but the gravy is flavourful and the bee hoon is fried well without being too soggy.

From the stall selling kway chup. Very friendly uncle! Really flavourful soup, with the herbal taste of the duck coming through very well. The nuttiness of the peanut also elevated the dish! Decent portion for the price as well

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There are six combinations of chicken, prawns, cockles and tau pok. I opted for option 5 ($5) which consisted of every ingredients they have but there was a mix up and I received option 6 which does not come with prawns.

On top of my thick rice bee hoon sits a generous serving of ingredients. I like how the chicken meat are in chunks instead of shreds.

I find the thick rice bee hoon stiffer than al dente which isn't slurp worthy. Also, the broth is too salty for my liking

The tau pok's texture is on the firm side so people who like it that way will like it. Personally, I prefer my tau pok softer.

For me, this is a rather disappointing bowl of laksa hence I am bewildered by its popularity.

Read more here: http://thedeadcockroach.blogspot.com/2019/02/wei-yi-laksa-tanglin-halt-market.html

Coming at night usually only a few stalls that remain open here. Lian Sheng Food Store originally from Margaret Drive serve tze char of rice and noodle here at night.

Managed to eat the Red Bean Pancake ($1.20 each) from Tanglin Halt Market Stall 16.

The dough was soft and tasted like Michu, and the Red Bean filling was had the right level of sweetness! The ratio of dough to filling was also just right.

Overall, a really value for money snack that can be eaten at all times of the day!