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素缘,mentioned in my previous post that I will be back to try their curry gravy instead and true enough it is very tasty as well. Now I’m spoilt for choice the next time I’m here. Gravy or Curry?

From Telok Blangah Crescent
Really shiok to have some shave ice dessert.
Inside at the bottom filled with red bean, grass jelly cubes and palm seeds.
Nice.

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From Tai Feng Fine Food
Another savoury plate of home style food.
Slow braised pork belly soft texture, deep fried crispy prawn and sliced bittergourd with egg.
Wallet friendly prices.
Dine in for self service soup.

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There’s always a queue at this stall. It’s manned by an old uncle who’s packing the orders and an auntie who does the cooking.

You can choose to 淋汁(gravy) or curry over your choice of beehoon or mee. In my case I had a beehoon Mee with gravy ($3 + 20 cents for takeaway)

The gravy is the key to this light and tasty beehoon mee. The ingredients are generous and there’s two forms of 斋鹅, my favourite!

Their curry seems to be very popular too. I saw containers of vegetable curry for takeaway. Next time I will probably tell uncle to 淋咖喱 instead!

Waited almost half an hour for this bowl of all in combo Mee Hoon Kway ($5)

There were only six people ahead of me at that time. They do take some time to cook each bowl of noodles.

The soup is very flavourful with a tinge of wok hei which I like. The meatball is abit salty, the shrimp ball is tasty with a nice bite. Mee hoon kway is too soft and mushy even though they pack the soup separately for takeaway (add$0.30)

Will definitely try the dry one next time.

had the signature combo with pork slice + pork ball + shrimp ball at $5 (soup/dry)

soup version: thick soup, noodles still maintain a slightly charred taste and had great texture, egg was dIVINE!! Cooked just right with flowing yolk.

dry version: comes with bowl of soup as pictured, the soup taste is a little different from the soup version as it’s more eggy with the egg swirled in

personally, i liked how the shrimp ball tasted with the chilli!!

while the overall taste is unique, we felt like older people might prefer traditional mee hoon kway because of the flavour. nevertheless its worth queueing to try!

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