Arriving by Public Bus: #14/74/74E/105/106/147/166/185/NR5/NR11(Bus Stop Number B19041 - School of Info Comm Tech) Arriving by Train: Exit A - Dover MRT ( EW22 on the East West Line ) Nearest Carpark:Carpark 'F-1' continue reading
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07:30 - 16:00
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07:30 - 16:00
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Review (1)
Level4 2013-07-17
We have finally made it, made it to the Mixed Soup after a number of tries, ! I'm more than happy and contented for the day! The Mixed soup stall as well as most of the stalls in food court 6 is only opened during the semester. The stall is usually packed with a lot of students in the queue during lunch hours and food are sold out about 3pm daily. Mixed Soup Stall does sell prawn mee too but the noteable dishes are its awesome Zhu Zha Tang (Pig's Organ Soup) and braised delights. My usual "whack" from the stall is its Mixed Soup (Zhu Zha Tang). My ex-classmates and I would even go back once in a while as we miss the Zhu Zha Tang lots. Lunch today was topped with braised egg, Tau Pok with rice and altogether it costs, S$1.20 + S$2.50.The braised gravy on the rice is perfectly great as they are not oily. Moreover, it has strong taste of herbs' fragrance. Soup is very appetizing, rich in flavors of suan cai (Sour vegetables) with free flow of Yan Siu (Chinese parsley). Portion of Mixed soup generous, filled with 2 meat balls, a few slices of pig stomach, pieces of lean meat, fish cakes, toufu and cut tomatoes. Opted for the Yam Rice at S$0.50 per bowl but it was not available. The cheery auntie apologized with a smile and we had no choice but to order the normal white rice at S$0.30 per bowl topped with some braised Their home-made meat ball goodness! The meat ball is made up of minced meat mixed in garnishing and quite soft. If you like the meat balls, they can be ordered separately per bowl at S$2.00. continue reading
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