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Family business, it was a typical old generation recipe for the fried foodies. There was always a queue during lunch break yet it cleared very fast.The boss was generous, the signature sweet sauce in red colour and chilli sauce were placed beside the table for customer to pour on their bowl. I took one small plate for sweet sauce and the other one for chilli sauce. A sudden heavily rain made me felt like eating something soupy. My Kway Teow soup looked palely plain, yet it was delicious enough f
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Family business, it was a typical old generation recipe for the fried foodies. There was always a queue during lunch break yet it cleared very fast.
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The boss was generous, the signature sweet sauce in red colour and chilli sauce were placed beside the table for customer to pour on their bowl. I took one small plate for sweet sauce and the other one for chilli sauce. A sudden heavily rain made me felt like eating something soupy. My Kway Teow soup looked palely plain, yet it was delicious enough for me. All the ingredients sold were handmade freshly daily, they were all decent tatsy. Minced Meat and fish fillings were well-marinated, Tofu was silky and smooth in texture. Five stuffs I picked in total, it costed me only $2.80 for the bowl included Kway Teow.
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This was what I want to emphasize, the Meatball was the must-try item. Deep-fried until dark brown in colour, it was crispy and flavoursome although soaked in soup. Best eaten when you dipping it into the red sweet sauce.
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Date of Visit
2013-09-25
Spending Per Head
$3 (Lunch)
Recommended Dishes
  • Meat Ball
  • Yong Tau Foo