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Actually Iā€™m being dramatic. I could most certainly eat ang moh food for my next meal. (Those additional rice for dinner does help keep the cravings away). The worst cravings I ever had was the time I was on an 11 day Outward Bound Course. There were 2 days where we had to canoe to an island (Pangkor Island) and set up camp there. I craved burgers and coke SOOOOO BAD it was unbelievable. Made worse when monkeys stole our food at the camp so we had a smaller than expected dinner.

From Guan Hian.
Chinese style Nasi lemak $3.50 set: include fried egg, crispy fried chicken wing & crunchy ikan bilis/peanuts. Then add $1.30 for the signature fried fish.


From Xin Heng Feng Guo Tiao Tang 01-178.
Braised Chinese mushroom, minced meat and cut spring onion covered the noodle dry with signature sauce.
Clear broth bowl included sliced fish cake, wanton and fishballs.

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From 宝宝ē“ é£Ÿę‘Š.
A simple plate of vegetarian fried noodles.
Variety on beehoon, noodles or flat kway teow.
With sliced mock meat, deep fried bead curd skin and crunchy cabbage.
Wallet friendly prices.

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I never regret queueing for this. The kway was swimming in a good aromatic broth that has spice notes. You have to go early as the stall closes just before noon.

Tasty classic typical plate of fried beehoon with fried egg and savoury fish cake slice.
Brisk queue.