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Beef and fish slice Horfun Smile Oct 08, 2016   
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Categories : Hawker Centre | Chinese Noodles

There will always be queue for this stall. This is how they prepare the horfun. Hor fun will be stir fried by batches (by a wok portion) then placed into a tray, when it is finishing, they will stir fried another batch.

Beef is in a stew (like those barchormee's mushroom pot), cooked prawn and sliced fish are place in tray. From what i observed, there are two types of starch sauce; black and white. Black one for the beef horfun and white for the prawn or sliced fish horfun. After queueing for awhile, its my turn which i choose beef and fish horfun which is $6. There many other options like beef only, fish only, prawn only, fish and prawn, beef and fish and etc.

After I ordered (lucky for me, new batch of horfun was ready just in time), the guy in charge of ordering & cashiering than took a plate, took some horfun, scoop some beef, pick some fish, and open the sauce pot lid and pour some gravy to my horfun.

Quite shocked by the way they prepare, received my horfun and went to find a seat. My concerns were well forgotten after tucking in the horfun.

Horfun has the "wok hei" (some burn taste mad, in a good and tasty manner). The sauces (black one) complemented the beef, the sliced beef were juicy and tender. Sliced fish was thick and a little bit of chewy, not like those bad fish soup where the fish meat are seperating by the line pattern. Generous amount of meat and horfun.

Conclusion : A good horfun stall, definitely worth the queue and the money like Awesome !!!

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $6(Lunch)

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Worst red bean soya milk Cry Oct 08, 2016   
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Categories : Chinese Desserts

Walk pass and decided to take away some drinks, was initially about to buy almond soya milk, but saw this red bean soya milk, and change my mind (bad decision). Drinks prepared and happily walk off, then i took a sip.
Nut-liked red bean with soya milk. It is not red bean paste or even soft, it's like nuts in the drink. I was expecting like the Hong Kong red bean milk, red bean paste with milk. Anyone actually preferred hard chunk red bean in their drinks ? yuk

Conclusion : If you are expecting soft mushy red bean or red bean paste, don't ever make the same mistake as me !
Its hard like nuts.

Its hard like nuts.

 
 
Date of Visit: Oct 08, 2016 

Spending per head: Approximately $1.8(Tea)

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Jumbo prawn, bad soup OK Oct 08, 2016   
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Categories : Singaporean | Chinese Noodles

Came at roughly 3.30pm, ordered the medium $8.80 pork rib prawn noodle, no more kway teow, not a fan of yellow noodle, chose the beehoon. As usual no chilli no ketchup, dry (normally if you order soup, more or less they dilute the soup due to insufficient of prawn broth), headed to the toilet at the back, then ordered some ngor hiang at the same store, and while looking for a good place to seat (quite empty cause of the weird timing) my noodle was ready !

A lot of seats are occupied not by people, but by prawn shells and bones that previous customer left behind, that leave a impression that they are quite reluctant, maybe nearing closing hours (4.30pm). Prawn was as stated jumbo, and a few chucks of pork ribs, noodle was full of fried onion bits and oil, yummy like

Main point of a good prawn noodle, strong powerful prawn broth.... Total disappointment, soup was bland and have this taste of soaked yellow noodle taste, probably use the same soup to cook yellow noodle... As told by my father, small prawn normally is "sweeter" than bigger prawns, maybe thats why the soup is lacking.

Noodle was quite good from the combination of the fried onion oil and a few spoon of bland soup. I saw they also have some special looking chilli sauce, will leave that to next time.

Conclusion: If you are looking to chew on jumbo prawn and pork ribs, or some decent noodle, can head over here. But if you are looking for strong & powerful broth, this probably isn't the place you're looking for.

 
 
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Date of Visit: Oct 08, 2016 

Spending per head: Approximately $8.8(Tea)

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Categories : Cantonese/Hong Kong | Café | Chinese Noodles

Came to try as we heard of the ahma who have been selling wanton mee for decades. The ahma is now currently in-charge of ordering and cashiering. (Background info, she is cantonese and pass order to the kitchen verbally in cantonese, ordering in cantonese would be easier if you could)

The horfun was great, not much wok hei, but the dark sauce was good. Dumpling was $1 each if you add, or $5 for a bowl (also 5pcs) But the taste of the dumpling, totally worth it ! It has this nostalgic effect.

On another visit, i also ordered the wanton mee, i saw the char siew from other's plate, and was not interested (afterall unless roasted stall, most wanton mee outsourced their char siew), so i ordered wanton mee jeng wanton(only wanton, which means no char siew and more wanton mad), si yau sok yau (豉油熟油, which some barchormee stall calls white or black version without vinegar). Most people after hearing i order white version, they be like "huh never put anything nice meh?".

It is the real test to the taste, depending on how the cook prepare, it could taste heavenly. It could include but not limiting to lard, fried onion oil, sesame oil, fried garlic oil, soya sauce. All these make up to a good bowl of noodle like
It is $5 each, look at the dumpling size and compare to the name card

It is $5 each, look at the dumpling size and compare to the name card

 
 
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Categories : Korean | BBQ

While back then I was working in the CBD area, we have lunch there, it is not overcrowded, and is free seating. But the servers there make the effort to help find seats for you.

The food I order was sliced beef stew, I have forgotten its korean name, but there will be menu with photos. Decent korean food with decent price, but the stew was so awesome that i finish one bowl of rice with just the soup.

(Another visits)
Their kimchi ramen with cheese was great too, but cost way more than valuable. So what i did was to order kimchi ramen with pork and add cheese to it. Awesome !!

My friend ordered kimchi ramen with cheese, and it is literally just ramen with cheese, and a side of kimchi

Food that you should try:
Sliced Beef Stew
Kimchi Ramen with cheese
Jjajjangmyun

Conclusion: Definitely somewhere i will come if i crave for korean food and is nearby, cause it is considered cheap among all the other korean restaurant in that area.
I forgot the name of this dish, but there will be menus with photo

I forgot the name of this dish, but there will be menus with photo

 
 
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