5 Arts Link
Singapore 117570

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07:30am - 04:00pm

07:30am - 03:00pm


07:30am - 04:00pm

07:30am - 04:00pm

07:30am - 04:00pm

07:30am - 04:00pm

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It's quite pricey, the ingredients come in plates that you take for a fixed price. It looks damn little but it's actl a normal portion so don't over order like I did.

It's pretty decent overall, the ingredients are cooked well, there's some rare ingredients like long yellow daylily. Lots of garlic, the seasoning was somewhat mild as expected of a school stall, and not too spicy even at medium spicy. Not too spicy for mala, people who can't take heat at all are still going to struggle though, probably get xiaola in that case

This was pretty decent, rather sweet but the unagi was very tender

No idea why they're popz, it's alright for this price but not spectacular. The rice is abit undercooked, and the beef was reasonably tender

The food portion is quality is worth the price for sure. Veg was average but rendang was super beefy, and had a good texture too. It's very unique tho, peanutty to the point of reminding me of satay sauce, not very rendang.

Lemak chili api was not very spicy but very lemak, one of the best versions I've had. Chicken inside was braised to tender perfection, and well brined too.

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The food really balances out the service. She insist on not giving me a small bowl of clear soup for my laksa broth YTF, she doesn't even allow me to pay for it. Only can clear soup YTF add on a small bowl of laksa broth. What a joke

The clear soup was decent, and the laksa broth is an excellent rendition of the ytf kind of Laksa broth. It's smooth and sweet, with enough of a punch.

Bittergourd really goes well with clear soup(only) as it's very bitter. The fried tofu stuffed with fishpaste goes well with laksa broth.

Their sambal is pretty decent too, again quite sweet but punchy as well

Located in the canteen at NUS Arts! Affordable and great mala! This was 中辣 with 1 豆腐皮, 1 mushroom, 1 enoki, 1 kangkong, 4 pork, 4 maggie! The only issue is that the maggie is $1 each and its half the normal size of a maggie.

Also, here was where I had my first ever mala experience coz I only started eating 辣 in uni. Ok lah, maybe the first experience doesn’t really count because it was mala no la. So it was just ma 🤣