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quite standard soya bean OK Mar 30, 2011   
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Categories : Hawker Centre

My all time favourite drink (soya bean), I feel that this stall is quite average though (from my point of view) compared to other place i tried before, but im alright with it though.
The service here is alrite, environment is quite neat and clean.

I ordered a cup of iced soya bean millk, the soya milk looks quite transparent (the colour i mean, maybe its quite diluted), sweetness level is alrite though, just nice not so sweet. I requested for less sugar. anyway, a average soyabean, lots of room for improvement but im ok with the standard.

overall: contended smile
 
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quite delicious. Smile Mar 30, 2011   
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Categories : Hawker Centre | Porridge/Congee

I love eating pork porridge in the morning, Its very filling yet easy to eat.

What I like most about the porridge here is that the rice is well cooked, compared to many porridges that i ate before in other outlets, just have cooked rice added into a soup, so the rice is grainy and it feels like eating rice soup. Not here. The rice is cooked long enough and stirred continuously that makes for an wonderful porridge.

Ingredients were generous too, I see a lot of pork meat, pork balls and liver, porridge is very smooth too. a very good day to start with but you may feel sleepy after that haha tongue
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pig organ soup! Smile Mar 30, 2011   
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Categories : Singaporean | Teochew | Hawker Centre | Chinese Soup

A few people was queuing when i was finding food, so decided to try it. Service was fast, few minutes to my turn. I ordered a the pig's organ soup and a bowl of rice.

The liver cooked is just nice to me, as I dun like some places that tend to overcook the liver till it is dry and hard. I like my pig liver to be just cooked or slightly undercooked. There's no pork odor at all. Pig leg is soft with tasty gravy. The ingredients given was generous and satisfying.

Overall, I think the pig's organ soup is not too bad and price is reasonable.

 
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yong tau foo! OK Mar 30, 2011   
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This Yong Tau Foo quite ordinary standard compared to other outlets,

 
items were self picked (minimum 7 dish), food looks fresh . The staff was friendly, environment was clean,, price was quite standard around $3 + rice. i ordered rice instead of noodles, with soup and fresh ingredients (fishball, taupok, seaweed, vegetables, taufoo, fish cake) The taupok and taufoo was soft, seaweed is thin though, vegetables easy to chew, not hard, and fishballs was tender (not too hard and not too soft), soup taste great with some pepper added. rice give was generous

overall: average, acceptable standard (filling lunch)
 
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bak chor mee! Smile Mar 30, 2011   
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Categories : Hawker Centre | Noodles

Was craving for bak chor mee, always pass by bak chor mee stalls reminds me of bedok 85 bak chor mee (soup version) tongue anyway, this is one bak chor mee that i wish to recommend.Looks very very delicious tongue

The noodles was smooth, easy to chew, and the home-made chilli was good. The ingredients were generous with awesome marinated mushrooms, bak minced meat, pig liver, and some garnish. somehow it lack of meat balls but im alright with it. The soup was good and you would not feel thristy (as alot of outlets added MSG into it).

overall: perfect if there are meatballs lol
 
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