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Teochew lor mee at beach road

Teochew Lor Mee, Beach Road

Most of the lor mee we tried used very similar ingredients like fried fish, fish cake, pork, egg, ngoh hiang and wanton to garnish their noodle. However, this Teochew lor mee in Beach Road, serves with fried fish, fried crispy fish skin and fried wanton. All the three’s fried taste marvelous. It complimented the noodle […]

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fried kway Teow at beach road

Fried Kway Teow Mee at Golden Mile Food Centre

Want to eat your favorite fried chow kway teow without having that guilty feeling? Good news — Fried Kway Teow Mee in Beach Road serves 100% no pork, no lard and lots of vegetables garnish on top of the noodle. It is really tasty even without the traditional way of using lard to cook.  Try […]

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Sliced fish hor fan - Seah Street food review

Sliced Fish Hor Fun Review – Seah Street

Zheng Swee Kee is specialized in serving the best Hainanese Chicken Rice. Instead of reviewing their specialty, I tried their sliced fish hor fun. It was a very satisfying meal cos the sliced fishes served are fresh and tasty. Most importantly, their hor fan has a strong fragrance, smoky flavor – Wok Hei. Remember to […]

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roast meat rice ubi

Roast Duck Meat Rice – Blk 305 Ubi Ave 1

This eating outlet located at Ubi Ave 1 serves delicious roast meat and roast duck rice…The thick roast meat are roasted till crispy and together with the fats it just taste superb with the rice and gravy!!! The roast duck meat is also not too tough for the teeth and  together with the crispy skin…its […]

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Hokkien Fried Prawns Noodles – Bedok North Road

The Fengshan Food Centre (Bedok North Road) is one of the well-known food enclaves in Singapore. Over here, you can enjoy one of the most tasty and the best Hokkien fried prawn noodles. The noodles are succulent and tasty. The serving is neither too wet nor too dry, which is perfect. We can taste the […]

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sarawak kolo mee

Sarawak Kolo Mee and Laksa – Haig Road Food Centre

Ever heard of Sarawak Kolo Mee? How about Sarawak Laksa? Well, these Sarawak noodles are rare in Singapore. But we found a stall in Haig Road Food Centre (which is opposite Tanjong Katong Complex / near City Plaza) that serves them. Look at the photos of Kolo Mee. The noodle is quite dry, comes with […]

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Prawn Mee

Prawn Mee – Bendemeer Hawker Centre

  The generosity of the ingredients and the delicious soup makes up for the normality of its noodles. This stall gives a generous portion of prawns and beansprout. Its soup is thick and piping hot, accompanied with the taste of seafood. Also, if you like pepper, this stall allows you to scoop as much pepper as […]

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Fish head soup kovan

Fish Head Soup – Kovan

There are several places that serve nice fish head soup. One of them is this stall called “Chai Ji” in Kovan Food Centre, located next to the Heartland Shopping Mall (Kovan MRT). The fish head is pretty meaty, as well as bony, and certainly for lovers of this dish, the good news is that the […]

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Ipoh hor fun with fried fish dumpling

Ipoh Hor Fun Fried Fish Dumpling – Amoy Street

The aroma and the juice within the fish dumpling exude in the mouth.

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Ipoh hor fun mushroom

Ipoh Mushroom Hor Fun – Amoy Street

The Shitake mushrooms have been perfectly braised and are soft to the bite.

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Ipoh Hor Fun

Ipoh Hor Fun – Lee Tong Kee, South Bridge Road

  Looking for authentic original Ipoh Hor Fun? This is the place to go! After my first try, a dear friend brought me there, I returned a few other times bringing my family old folks, parents, aunties and uncles who had missed a good bowl (soup) or plate (dry) of Ipoh hor fun. Now the […]

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Tasty fried kway teow Amoy Street

Fried Kway Teow – Amoy Street Hawker Centre

Interestingly the noodles are not oily at all. Certainly delicious. Superb egg aroma, thanks to the aunty who stirs and fries with rigour. For $2.50 a plate, the portion is huge by today’s hawker centre standard. There is always a queue.  That alone is enough to warrant a taste of it. Definitely and certainly worth […]

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