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Lunch OK Feb 14, 2014   
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Categories : Porridge/Congee

We were at AOne Claypot House on their opening day.

For lunch, we decided to order 2 dishes to share.

We had the Hotplate Sesame Chicken Noodle ($9.90). This dish was a tad salty for my liking.

 
Next, we had the Claypot Seafood Fried Noodle ($8.90). Average in taste.

 
We also had warm water, each glass was chargeable at $0.50 and was not refillable.

I doubt I will be back again, unless I run out of things to eat at Bishan's Junction Eight.
 
Spending per head: Approximately $10(Lunch)

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Japanese Dinner Smile Feb 14, 2014   
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Categories : Japanese | Sushi/Sashimi

It was a weekday when we decided to try Kotobuki for dinner.

As a start, we ordered serving of the Unagi Roll ($20) to share. Portion was generous, and I liked that the Unagi placed on top of the roll was still warm. Very tasty.

 
Next, we ordered Salmon Sashimi. 5 pieces that were well cut, and very fresh, but slightly pricey ($20).

 
Finally, we had cold soba with tempura ($18). Generous serving again, and tasty.

 
I will be back again to try other dishes, but will attempt to order before 7pm, as they offer 20% discount for orders placed before 7pm.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Unagi roll
 
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Teochew Lo Hei Smile Feb 14, 2014   
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Categories : Teochew

We were there for Lunar New Year lo hei, thinking it'd be nice to have Teochew style for a change. We started off with the lo hei which was good. I like how Teochew style is more simple compared to Cantonese ones.
Yusheng

Yusheng

 
Next we had ngoh hiang. Crispy without being too oily. Tasted good.
Ngo Hiang

Ngo Hiang

 
Steamed promfret was nicely done with salted vegetables.
Steamed promfret

Steamed promfret

 
Next dish was claypot sea cucumber and fish maw with mushrooms. Tasty.
Claypot sea cucumber and fish maw with mushrooms

Claypot sea cucumber and fish maw with mushrooms

 
Subsequently, we had white cabbage with mushrooms. This was nicely done with the cabbage not too soggy.
White cabbage with mushrooms

White cabbage with mushrooms

 
We also tried their steamed cold crab. Very good.
Steamed cold crab

Steamed cold crab

 
What is Teochew cuisine without duck? Their braised duck was tender and appetizing.
Braised duck

Braised duck

 
Finally, we had a serving of fried rice to share. This was average in taste.
Fried rice

Fried rice

 
I will definitely be back again. Without reservations, it is difficult to get seats as typically this restaurant is crowded even on weekday nights.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Braised duck
 
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Bah Kut Teh  Smile Feb 06, 2014   
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Categories : Chinese | Hawker Centre | Chinese Soup

This is a new stall in the Balestier Food Centre. They serve pig's organs soup, Bah Kut Teh soup etc.

We tried the Bah Kut Teh soup ($4.50).

There were about 4-5 pieces of pork ribs in the soup, together with garlic cloves.

Soup was tasty (not too oily or salty), and portion was a good size.

 
Will be back to try the other soups another time.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Bah Kut Teh
 
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Minced Meat Noodles Smile Feb 05, 2014   
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Categories : Singaporean | Chinese | Hawker Centre | Noodles

This is one of the stalls at the newly renovated and reopened Balestier Food Centre.
It usually has somewhat of a queue. We decided to give it a try for lunch.

 
The laksa ($4) though tasty, was average in texture, it was a bit thick.

 
The minced mushroom meat noodle ($4) was very good. It was also served with a bowl of soup, which was slightly sour. Satisfying.

 

 
Will definitely come back again to try the other noodles!
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Minced Mushroom Meat Noodles
 
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