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210 Lorong 8 Toa Payoh
Singapore 310210

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~$10/pax

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πŸ˜‹ Peanut butter min jiang kueh from Granny’s Pancake! Crunchy peanut bits with the soft pancake just make for a satisfying sweet treat! πŸ₯œ Who needs western pancakes when you’ve got these traditional delicacies? #oldisgold

Mee kia! πŸ™‹πŸ»
Not really a fan of noodles but I do enjoy hawker centre foods. This meatball mee kia was flavourful and the noodles gave me a good slurp! I requested for 'a little bit spicy' but that 'little bit' was already 'too spicy' for me! HAHA.
#burpple

Coffee is great, smooth and fragrant, not overly sweet, not overly acidic, just the right balance! The toast and eggs are however, the best part of the set meal! Bread is well toasted to perfection, no burnt edges, no hard-as-rocks parts, the butter is melted and so so smooth! Eggs are cooked perfectly - not too runny not too cooked, I'm usually not a big fan of half boiled eggs (other than my usual fix at a famous chain of cafe run by a family), but this, THIS stall, makes the eggs so well that I polished off the whole plate on my own without sharing with my husband! You would have to try it yourself to know how awesome the eggs are!

There was a q at 1.30pm, and before we were done eating, the shop closed!
Love the chewiness of the noodle, portion was just nice for $3. The soup base was thick and fragant too

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One of the nicest Chendol I had in a while. Love the generosity of the Gula Melaka that they poured on top of the creamy coconut milk. Will definitely drop by here for dessert if I am in the area again.

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Quan Chin Cafe #01-38

Half boiled eggs made just the way it should be. Runny on the inside but cooked enough that it wouldn't break when I opened it. The owner puts the right amount of butter and kaya spread giving the toast the perfect harmony of sweetness and butter cream. Must try.

Am i addicted to curry rice? Anyways this one is quite oily and thick as you can see. I ordered chicken cutlet, fried egg and potatoes! The curry has a little grainy after taste, other than that i have nothing to pick on. yum yum~

Very few stores are opened on εˆδΈ‰οΌŒbut I am glad #hoeheng is. πŸ™ŒπŸ»πŸ™ŒπŸ» Super flavourful starchy sauce with chunky tender pork that absorbed all the goodness of the star anise & five spice. 🀀 All the goodness paired with the fried fritters(that I never figured out what it was) πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹ Yum #burpple #lormee #sghawker #hoeheng

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I have hardly come across a hawker stall that sells only Cendol (reminds me of my Cendol hunt when I am in Malacca or Penang), but this stall has something special about their dessert. The gula melaka poured over the ice is relatively thicker than what you can find from other stalls, and I suspect (just suspect) they added malt candy to thicken it.

Those who want a more refreshing option can go deeper into the food centre to find the Four Seasons Ching Teng stall that specialises in Ching Teng.

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Traditional breakfast for today. Having a bowl of hot Mee Soto with bagedil (potato ball) plus additional fried liver. Extra cili padi kicap for extra punch!! powwow!!

means effort went back to zero?). But it's k, we all need some motivation, don't we? πŸ˜‚

Spotted this in Lorong 8 Toa Payoh market bearing the sign - Only available at night, then I definitely need to go for it! Portion comes in $3/$4/$5, mine is the $4 one and it came with many many sinful treats like the unusual fried wanton and fried fish. Felt the gravy could be more fragrant but huge helping of minced garlic and vinegar made for for it!

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Mian Fen Guo

The sheng mian was chewy and springy and goes extremely well with the spicy and savoury sauce! The soup given was very thick due to it being cooked with the sheng mian and addictive to have as it tasted very rich in flavour.

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😍😍😍 Chendol $2.00: Love the handmade greenie greenie Chendol stripes that they made their own and the thick thick Gula Melaka drizzle ❣Be surprised when you pop the red beans because it's salty instead of your usual sweet! Auntie told us originally should be salty πŸ€” ❣ Anyway, I LOVE it πŸ˜‹
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πŸ“ Four Seasons Cendol ε››ε­£η…Žθ•Š
Blk 210 Toa Payoh Lor 8
Unit 01-07
Food Centre and Market
Singapore 310210
Open daily 11am - 12mn
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Btw, We were her 1st customer and upon our request, she did our chendol sequence the other way round where ingredients were on top instead! She so cool !!

One of the best Ba Chor Mee that I've had 😍 tangy noodles, good sauce base and meat cooked to perfection. Really good! And at just $3, super value for money!

Love shen mian soup since I was a kid. It's yellow noodles but without the strong alkaline taste, the texture is just like al dente fresh pasta. There aren't many in Singapore I believe. This is as good as it can be.

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