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Level4 2013-07-24
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I ordered Shui Jiao Mian (Dumpling Noodles). As I went there after peak hours, the waiting time is quite fast about 5 to 10 minutes. The mee is quite smooth and soft, just nice to bite with. The soup is very delicious with the dumplings inside. The chilli mixed with the noodle was not very spicy to enhance the taste of the noodles. The chicken feet very soft and tender filled with chicken herbs. The pricing is quite expensive, about $4. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-01
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The coffeshop has just undergone renovation, so the food items at the wanton noodles stall here has gone up from $2.50 to $2.80 - quite a reasonable hike, considering inflation and increase in rental charges etc. This stall has been here for many years already and my friend who lives nearby introduced it to me a while ago. The shrimp dumplings here are the best I've tasted so far - they are really huge, with lots of fresh pork, one whole prawn within and also some bits of chopped water chestnut within for that extra bite - highly recommended! The wanton noodles look really normal but is actually quite tasty and the noodles springy. As for the chicken feet, they are very well braised and is one of my favorite too. However, today there was too much 5-spice powder used. I've had this many times before and it tasted much better. Perhaps it's just a mis-step for the chicken feet today. I'll order it again next time to verify!- Shrimp dumpling soup, wanton noodles, chicken feet noodles - $2.80 each continue reading
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