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Had the roasted duck leg and char siew rice ($9)

The char siew is nicely charred and I like the savoury sauce that’s packed separately. Duck skin could have been crispier.

Ordered Wanton Mee ($3.50) and dumpling soup ($3.50) for takeaway.

The noodles is cooked al dente with a nice savoury dark sauce. The dumplings were meaty and there’s 5 pieces for $3.50, pretty good value. Can understand the long queue.

This hawker is pretty Crowded on sunday morning. Didnt have much time to queue for the other awesome food there.

Decided to try this muslim food stall. .

Shorter queue and tasted surprisingly nice.

Got this from the other chicken rice stall, but I much prefer the version from the other stall (name has Tiong Bahru in it) which was way more flavorful, just that you’ll have to queue for that one.

Kaya Thick Toast ($1.20) from 1970's Best Coffee 七十年代 (#01-10). Kaya is pretty watery & bread is nothing special. Wouldn't recommend.

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The $3.00 prawn noodles, dry with chilli, was impressive. Very generous serving of ingredients given for the price. The prawns were sliced into half and deshell except for the tail end. Moreover, the prawns were deveined! Most other stalls do not bother to do this as it is tedious.

The prawns were fresh, firm and easy to savour as it was deshelled. Also the sambal chilli sauce was delicious! It was so fragrant and addictive that it reminded me of Fishball Story’s chilli sauce! I can eat the noodles with the chilli sauce all day!

Having tried the prawn noodles, I now know why it has been so highly raved about! Give it a try before the owners retire!

Read more: http://foodiefc.blogspot.com/2018/11/seng-huat-prawn-noodles-telok-blangah.html

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