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Some hawker food delights!1. The very long queue wet wet hokkien mee – It’s fried wet enough and the noodles were slim, the way I like it. It would be perfect if the prawns were bigger and fresher. Picky me! I’m not a chilli lover but the chilli looked good to me even though I didn't taste it. Overally a pretty hot plate of hokkien mee and kind of flavourful. I like that it's cooked till very wet. Delicious! The mee is soft and the beehoon is very slim.2. The long queue BBQ wings that everyone’s
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Some hawker food delights!
1. The very long queue wet wet hokkien mee – It’s fried wet enough and the noodles were slim, the way I like it. It would be perfect if the prawns were bigger and fresher. Picky me! I’m not a chilli lover but the chilli looked good to me even though I didn't taste it. Overally a pretty hot plate of hokkien mee and kind of flavourful. I like that it's cooked till very wet. Delicious! The mee is soft and the beehoon is very slim.
2. The long queue BBQ wings that everyone’s buying BECAUSE CHICKEN WINGS ARE SO TASTY AND HANDY TO EAT! Squeeze some lime to totally get the best feel of the chicken wing.
3. The forever super long queue rojak ex-president SR Nathan ate before – It’s a overwhelming plate of rojak with a whole lot of sauce. The sauce had a special tinge of freshness that’s not commonly tasted. The chilli companion went well with the sauce too. Nothing special about the ingredients used – the usual ones just like any other rojaks.
4. The short queue xiao long bao dim sum that’s oh so juicy.

Many more stalls I've yet to try!

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Date of Visit
2014-04-27
Waiting Time
10 Minutes (Dine In)
Spending Per Head
$8 (Dinner)