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Bus Stop: 11161, Commonwealth Stn. Bus Service Numbers: 32, 100, 105, 111, 145, 147, 196, 198, 642, 970, NR5. Train Station: Commonwealth MRT Station, Exit A. continue reading
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17:00 - 22:30
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17:00 - 22:30
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Review (3)
Level4 2015-11-29
246 views
For more review visit www.umakemehungry.comWe spotted Yuan Yuan (Guan Guan Seafood) housed in Guan Kim Restaurant sometimes back when we were exploring hawker centre food in the old school estate and decided that we should give the local Zi Char a try when we were back in Commonwealth again.We were back again and coincidentally the late night supper stalls in the Hawker Centre were not in operations on a public holiday and we decided to try out the Zi Char.I kind of like the old school style of coffee shop as it reminds me of the earlier days like what is shown on the TV. Perhaps such scene may be gone in a few years time whereby you see old iron metal grills, abit rundown interior of the coffeeshop that used to be in those earlier days.Since its an old estate, we get to see old folks more than teenagers loitering around the area late at night.This neighbourhood Zi Char do have some Chef's special and one of it is their Marmite Chicken. Chicken was deep fried and well coated with Marmite paste and sesame seeds.Omlette was fluffy and minced meat was well filled in between the layers of egg. The texture was excellent. It was not too oily and from a bite, you could even tell that the egg had the trace of being cooked by a good wok fire.Fried Rice was not really that good as it lacked the kind of burnt taste over the wok. It tasted rather bland and simple though eggs, peppers, Char Siew Meat and crab meat were added.Braised Ee Fu Noodle on the other hand was not within my expectation. It tasted more like of an ordinary plate of noodles without the soft and QQ texture of what a Ee Fu Noodles supposed to be. The beansprouts at some parts may taste a little raw for some of us. Other than that, sweet sauce on the noodles were pretty consistent.Guan Guan Seafood may not be a place where you expect food that will give you some WOW Factor but rather a place to ease your groaning tummy. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-22
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I love flat noodles but I wanted something different for a change, which is why I got the San Lao Hor Fun, which is essentially flat noodles with sliced fish. The San Lao Hor Fun is less heavy on the palette than the normal seafood horfun which is darker in colour and cooked with a dark coloured gravy. I love the addition of beansprouts and green spring onions to the dish as it adds some crunch and create different textures. The horfun is also not clumpy and it is very tasty. The fish slices are also quite fresh and alright in terms of portion. This costs me $4.50. continue reading
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Level4 2012-08-20
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Was thinking alot on cze char lately and I thought will try this stall since the craving strikes. I always love hor fun and so I ended up ordering a sliced fish hor fun and it was at $4.50 a packet. Hmm....another very ordinary hor fun, with some slightly wok hei but yet can't perked up any nice flavour in it. Strangely also I found some fried shallot in it which I have never seen them in any hor fun ever. Overall so so only. continue reading
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