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3A River Valley Road
#01-03 Clarke Quay
Singapore 179020

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11:00am - 01:30am

11:00am - 01:30am

11:00am - 01:30am

11:00am - 01:30am

11:00am - 01:30am

11:00am - 01:30am

11:00am - 01:30am

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An effortlessly yummy dish! . Definitely fits the criteria of comfort food with tender slices of flavourful beef and vegetables lending the dish an extra crunch and flavour. Also really loved the caramelised onions😋 Nothing too complex, yet the dish was highly satisfying☺️ .

Ordered the signature pork chop bun, pork chop with fried rice and the HK styled fried noodles. The pork chop bun was really quite disappointing - the ingredients and flavours are so disconnected. The buns are buttery and crispy but doesn't go well with the mustard sauce, pickles and pork chop. Everything tasted quite 'separated'. The HK styled noodles on the other hand, was so heavily flavoured and the wok hei was overpowering. The pork chop fried rice is the best among our orders:great balance of flavours and ingredients.

Beef curry with rice, kagoshima-style pork cartilage in fish soup with mixian, condensed milk buns, yin yang, boiled veg with sesame (?)-based sauce. This was a very good (albeit pricey) meal, thanks boyfriend :) reminder to eat the condensed milk bread IMMEDIATELY cos we had it after everything else and it was cold, wet and not very pleasant. Would've been delicious hot though! You can tell lots of effort went into the fish soup as well, and the pork cartilage had been cooked gently over a v long time - - meat fell off the bone v easily. Didn't try much of the curry but it was q thick and bf looked like he enjoyed it!

The bun really stood out on its own. It was thick, nicely buttered and toasted. Remained crispy to the last bite. Pork chop was boneless, which made it easy to bite compared to Tai Leo Loi Kei. It was also less salty. The charred edges of the pork chop was tasty, otherwise the other parts were just normal. On the overall still an enjoyable meal because of the outstanding bun. The iced milk tea ($4++) had nothing to shout about. They have a $25++ two pax set lunch meal for weekdays currently.

Different range of yummy HK food which is to our surprised nicer than we thought. The breads n meats r great. The soup n almond milk were not up to expectation though.

#cripsy condensed milk buns #stir fried noodle w beef #kagoshima style braised pork cartilage # french toast w vanilla ice cream #pork chop w honey n wine #wonton w shrimp roe soup #almond milk w egg white

Dang this was rly good hehe the buns were buttery and toasted but still soft, paired w condensed milk, this makes for a simple yet tasty dessert after good ol HK food!! Cha chaan tang vibes indeed but classier HAHAHA