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Level4 2014-02-09
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Every time I pass by this stall, it always has long queue. Finally today I notice that the queue is not long and decide to eat here. Why the queue is not long? It is because the deep fried meat balls are not available. The moment the tray of meatballs is out, I can see the uncle queuing in front of me, quickly fill up an empty bowl full of the meatballs. The most of items are priced $0.50 each, with certain vegetables at $0.40, while noodles and rice are priced $0.60 each. There is a minimum order of 5 items. For my order, I have the items dry, with a bowl of bee hoon soup. It costs $5. The meat ball very tasty, crispy outside, with inside juicy and smooth in texture. The deep fried wanton is also not bad, with inside filled with same stuffing. No wonder the stall is so hot. I will back for its meatball again. continue reading
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Level4 2013-03-13
44 views
The FoodI ordered the Hakka Yong Tau Foo dry and noticed they have wide variety of both meaty fried and fish paste ingredients and all the stuff I had were quite nice.The meatballs and mini ngoh hiang and all the other fried items certainly tasted heavenly.The flavouring,seasoning of the minced meat is simply awesome.The sweet sauce was a bit unbalance in taste and the chilli sauce was very good, not spicy but certainly add a kick to the taste and flavour.The PriceReasonably priced at around $4.50-$5.00OverallI will definitely come back again and highly recommended to try this! continue reading
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Level3 2012-09-10
15 views
I have not eat this for few monthstoday went to eat I ordered quite a lot veg,tou ki ,mushroom with meat,fishcake... for $5 which was abit expensiveI like their sweet sauce,very unique but a bit salty Their fried "wu xiang" is the best ,very nice & cripsy Waiting time was quite long today,from 12,waited till 12.40 and also quite hard to find a seating here Overall i rate 8/10 continue reading
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The fried stuff are very good. Highly recommended. My son loves the fishball and soup. My hubby can't have enough of the wu siang. And I personally love the fried wanton. Even my maid says the sauces are very nice and finished the entire bowl. She is a small eater to start with. Overall the waiting time is still ok. We waited about 15min. It's self-service by the way. continue reading
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Level4 2012-04-03
21 views
Actually this stall not closed down,they shifted to another place & just re opened yesterday ,just opposite SPH,I went there today with my wife for lunch as she love the yong dou foo from themThe queue was horrible,we waited for at lease 30mins for it,but worth itWe had a bowl of yong dou foo,with 3 fried wu xiang,1 tou po skin ,some vegetables,1 crabmeat stick for $4.40 ,The owner is very generous with the sauces,no matter how much you ask for,they will also give,Their fried wu xiang is the best,very crispy,just that is a bit salty!! continue reading
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