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Review (3)
Level4 2014-12-11
106 views
Had yong tau foo with maggi mee and added in chicken for $4.50. It was a very filling portion. What's special is the sauce that they used to fry the yong tau foo with which makes the yong tau foo tasty and full of flavours (somewhat reminded me of zi char). They also mixed an egg in together. I was quite thirsty after the meal though. Try the dry yong tau foo here instead of the soup's version! continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-22
40 views
For such a big portion of fried rice which costs only for $4, it's quite worth it. This fried rice may seem to be appetizing with so many ingredients, namely, egg, prawn, crabmeat, fish cake and one fried egg, but it taste quite bland. It seems as if they just fried the rice together with the respective ingredients, without adding any soya sauce or anything that could make the fried rice taste better. But anyway, it's still quite edible if one prefer a bland meal.Dining at quad is quite a challenge during lunch time as there will be a huge group of people flocking to the basement canteen. It's advisable to come early to grab seats. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-20
30 views
The waiting time for this queue is 15 minutes during lunch hour. Hence, it is best to avoid this store if you can't wait. It almost impossible to find a table that is empty. there is quite a variety of food that this store sell. But usually i will only eat yong tao hu. This costs me $3 for 6 ingredients. To be honest, it was not very fantastic, but not very awful too. I will rate it 5 out of 10 for the taste. But i don't understand why is there such long queue. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)