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This is a basement place that sells pork cutlet, tonic soup, ban mian and drinks. The pork cutlet there is famous, has been published on newspaper for a few times. Indeed the pork is supreme, especially the fried one. Other than the pork cutlet, they have pork chop, chicken cutlet, chicken chop and fish fillet. You can choose to have the rice or the noodles, just match with the pork, chicken or fish. The plain rice is 4 bucks. The fried rice comes with egg and it cost S$4.50 only. There is usually a queue during lunch hours but the service is not bad. Today I had the chicken cutlet noodles. The cutlet is well fried. Usually fried pork will be dry but this one preserves the juice of the pork. When fried, it is not too hard and is tasty. What is so special is the noodles. It is different in texture, not those made of flour like ban mian. In fact, it is quite smooth and soft. I do not really know how to describe it but I have never seen or tried this noodle anywhere else before, not even in supermarket. This is a must - try! Really affordable at S$4 only. Nowadays when the stall gets popular, the price usually will increase and the quality of food will drop. However, for the past 3 years, this stall has never jack up their price and still taste as good. Totally worth it! continue reading
This is basement shop opposite the shaw centre beach road. The shop is very pack during lunch hour with workers from nearby offices. The variety is a lot which includes pork chop rice, noodles, fried rice, fried fish, double boiled soup etc. I decided to order the pork chop noodle. The pork chop is fried until golden brown and very crispy. The noodle is al Dante and I think it's a bit shanghai style. The noodle is dry with sauce on it. Goes very well with the pork chop. You may also order sides like salted vegetables which I personally like very much. Total cost less than $5 continue reading