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Wanton noodle OK Dec 14, 2014   
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Categories : Singaporean | Chinese | Hawker Centre | Chinese Noodles

Ever since I went to jurong west food market for breakfast, long queue can always be seen from this wanton noodle. But I did not have a chance to try on their wanton noodle. Recently, I decided to try it to see what so special about their wanton noodle that attracted so many customers to queue during breakfast hour. First of all, the presentation is still acceptable, just a bit too messy. Next, the portion of the char siew and the sliced vegetable is slightly too little for one person portion. The seasoning is not too strong and is closer to the bland side. But with the addition of their chili paste, it helps to enhance the seasoning. The noodle is sufficiently cooked, not too dry. As for the char siew and the sliced vegetable, it taste fresh and goes very well with the noodle. Apart from this two ingredients, this plate of wanton noodle is also accompanied by a bowl of wanton soup with several mini wanton. The wanton contain a small amount of the meat fillings, not over cooked and has a clear and refreshing soup to go with it. Price wise is also very reasonable at around $2.50 to $3.

 
 
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Dessert time !! Smile Dec 14, 2014   
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Categories : Hawker Centre | Desserts and Cakes

Brought two bowls of dessert from this stall which consists of ice kachang and cendol. First of all, the ice kachang is topped with a generous amount of the sweet corn paste. The ice kachang is also covered with different colouring syrup to bring flavours to the bland taste of the shaved ice. On the bottom of the ice kachang, it includes the traditional ingredients such as the cubed jelly, grass jelly, red bean and as well as the atap seed. Overall, the ice kachang does not taste too sweet and is very refreshing. Next, the presentation of the cendol is quite bland which only includes the addition of the gula melaka syrup. Taste wise is aromatic with the right amount of the gula melaka as well as the coconut milk. Ingredients include several kinds of jelly as well as the atap seed. Sweetness level is also not too sweet. Price is very reasonable and this stall offers a wide variety of dessert that will cater to every individual.

 

 
 
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Ngoh hiang Smile Dec 14, 2014   
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Categories : Hawker Centre

Time to crave for some ngoh hiang and coincidentally found this stall. I ordered several ingredients which include the prawn crackers, deep-fried you tiao with sesame seeds, yam filling ngoh hiang, fish cutlet and many more. First of all, the prawn cracker is very crispy and has an aromatic prawn taste. Next, with the addition of the sesame seeds to the you tiao, it help to enhance the flavour and at the same time giving an aromatic taste. All of the ingredients is well deep fried and surprisingly it does not taste oily. Lastly, the sauce does not taste too spicy and is not too watery as well. Overall, quite a good standard of ngoh hiang from this stall.

 
 
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Braised pork rice set meal OK Dec 14, 2014   
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Categories : Cantonese/Hong Kong | Chinese Desserts | Desserts and Cakes

Ever since I lasted visited their various outlet, I have noticed that their menu has not changed much for a period of duration except a minor change in their dessert which is lemongrass ice jelly with soursop. I have brought their set meal which comes with a side dish and dessert with a top up of a small sum of money. As for the main dish, I have ordered the braised pork belly with the salted vegetable. The pork belly is well braised, has a soft and tender texture. The amount of fats in the pork belly is also not too much. The sauce is well seasoned and is not too salty and goes well together with the rice. As for the rice, I think it is a little too moist for my preference. Together with the salted vegetable and the pork belly, it forms a unique taste combination. As for the side dish and dessert, it includes a piece of the steamed cake as well as the lemongrass ice jelly with soursop. The taste of the yam cake is quite normal. As for the lemongrass ice jelly with soursop, the addition of the lemongrass to the ice jelly bring a refreshing flavour but I think the amount of the lemongrass should be reduced as the taste is a little too strong for my preference. Overall, I think that they should introduce new dishes to attract more customer to patronize their stall.

 

 
 
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Yong tau foo Smile Dec 14, 2014   
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With the attracting display of all the Yong tau foo ingredients, it surely attract all those who love to choose their own ingredients for their meal. Not only is there a wide variety of ingredients to choose from, the price is also very reasonable at $3 for six ingredients. All of their ingredients are fresh and they will make the effort to deep fry some of the ingredients that is suitable to deep fry to give a crispy texture. Not all of the Yong tau foo stall will deep fry the ingredients. Lastly, the sweet sauce and the chili sauce is well made and does not have a watery texture and goes very well with all the ingredients and well as the noodle. This stall is definitely a must try for those who love to eat Yong tau foo!!

 
 
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