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Wanton Noodle – Kovan and Circuit Road

The soup is tasty, noodle is springy and the meat in the wanton is well cooked.  Some other places that I have tried, I notice that the meat in the wanton is still red or raw. Where: Main Branch: Blk 209 Hougang St 21 (Kovan) #01-64 Operating hours: 8am to 2.30pm (closed on Monday and Tuesday) […]

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Dry prawn noodle

Prawn Noodle – Kovan

If you are at Kovan, try a bowl of this dry prawn noodle.  They have a history since 1965. The stall has a quite a number of regular customers. You may need to queue at least 30 minutes on weekend. But it is worth a try. Where: Blk 209 Hougang St 21 (Kovan) #01-65 Big […]

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Vegetarian Roti Prata – Hougang

If you’re a vegetarian, you could try this roti prata for breakfast. Only breakfast, mind you, as by lunch, the roti prata would all be sold out. The combination of a crispy and fragrant roti prata with thick and fragrant, but not very spicy curry sauce is the best way to start your day. Don’t […]

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Beef Noodles – Toa Payoh

  The first stall that comes to my mind when talking about beef noodles would be this one. Although the soup in the beef noodles looks light, but it has a strong flavour. As for the dry beef noodles, the sauce is very thick and tasty. Despite the long queue, the owners are friendly Hainanese […]

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Delicious nasi lemak

Nasi Lemak – Amoy Street Hawker Centre

The servings of the side dishes are much more generous than the rice itself. The ikan bilis is sweet and crunchy. Also, if you would like to just eat the ikan bilis with rice at home, you can purchase a packet of ikan bilis separately. Where: Amoy Street Hawker Centre Amoy Street, #02-81 Big Name: Nasi […]

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Dumpling with salted egg

Dumpling – Hong Lim Complex Hawker Centre

Dumplings used to be consumed only during the Dumpling Festival to commemorate Qu Yuan for sacrificing his life for his country by drowning himself in the famous Ni Lo River. To prevent the fishes from consuming Qu Yuan’s body, the people of Chu threw steamed rice wrapped in reed leaf into the river — the dumplings we […]

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Duck rice.

Duck Rice – Hong Lim Complex Hawker Centre

This plate of duck rice is very tasty and the duck is very tender and juicy. It is unlike the duck rice that we usually find in hawker stalls. Where: Hong Lim Complex Hawker Centre, #02-64 Big Name: Ah Heng Duck Rice Operating hours: Close on Wednesday

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Fish soup.

Fish Head Soup – Ang Mo Kio

Despite its unappealing looks, to my surprise, this bowl of fish head soup has no fishy smell and was also yummy. Where: Blk 409, Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-15 Big Name: Han Jiang Fish Soup

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Excellent popiah

Popiah – Hougang

This popiah stall was previously from Serangoon Blk 237. I dare say that this is the best popiah I have eaten in my life. Whenever we have overseas guests, we would let them try the popiah, and so far every one gives a big thumb up. Ingredients consists of bream (鳊鱼), turnip, beansprout, egg, Chinese […]

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