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The stall is located at Toa Payoh Vista Market 繼續閱讀
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Double Boiled Soup Yam Cake with Preserved Meat
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等級4 2013-12-11
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Located at toa payoh lor 4 food centre, the stall is quite easily access via public transport. It takes about 15 mins walk from the Toa Payoh Mrt. The stall is selling many items which includes chee cheong fan, soup, steamed rice, yam cake and many others. I reached there about 12 plus but most of the items were almost sold out. The steamed rice that I ordered come with a good serving of vegetables, chicken chunks and chinese sausages chunks. The rice was fragrant and the chicken was well marinated. Overall it's really value for money as for $3.80, there are a generous portion of ingredients and the overall taste is really good. I highly recommend the chicken steamrice!!!! 繼續閱讀
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I expected to see a queue but i did not. There was only 2 other people right in front of me. You might be wondering who is Gen Shu (根叔)? He is originated from Hong Kong. He used to be the Head Chef of the famous Mouth Restaurant for 15 years then he retired. He gotten bored with his retirement and decided to start this humble stall at the heartland of Toa Payoh to share his love for Hong Kong Cuisine. It is rather difficult to find good yet authentic Hong Kong style breakfast in Singapore. There are at least 20 items on the menu but it is on rotation. Certain items are served on the weekdays and then the rest are on the weekend. The different types of steamed rice are usually available during the weekdays and the different Hong Kong style Dim Sum are usually for the weekend. I went for the special rectangular shaped Lo Mai Kai but it stated on their menu board that it is only available during weekends. He is the first and the only in Singapore serving it. I went for Chee Cheong Fun, Glutinous Rice and Fried Noodle. The assistant recommended their Siew Mai. He said they left the last 2 and i should try it. He shouted the orders to another assistant at other side of the stall in Cantonese. Self-service is expected. The type of Chee Cheong Fun is not quite like those that i used to eat in Hong Kong. This one is without the filling. It is just plain rice rolls served with the sweet dark sauce and their specially made chilli sauce the topped with sesame seeds and chopped green onions. The texture of the Chee Cheong Fun was quite smooth and soft. It tasted good when eaten with the sauces. The dark sweet sauce has got the balance in between the sweet and salty taste. The chilli tasted good with a minimum level of spiciness. A good portion of glutinous rice served with roasted peanuts, dried shallots and chopped onions with thier special chilli by the side. The texture of the glutinous rice was nicely gummy with a likable moistness. The roasted peanuts have a slight crunchiness that complemented the crispiness of the dried shallots. It went really well with their special chilli. I would think the Siew Mai is a good recommendation. The size is slightly larger than those Siew Mai out there. It looked a bit like those Japanese Shuumai topped with a chinese wolfberry right at the centre. Though it is not good enough to compare to the exquisite version of those from the restaurants but it tasted good in its simple way. And, i must be lucky to get the last 2 pieces at 10.30 am. I tried the authentic Hong Kong style fried noodle. It was served with ingredients like bits of char siew but lots of cabbage and beansprouts. It is not the typical fried yellow noodle that we usually get but the typical type of fried noodle that commonly available at those Cha Chaan Teng in Hong Kong. The fried noodle has been stir-fried well and it somewhat retained the crunchiness of the beansprouts and cabbage by under-cooking it. I did not quite appreciate it though as the vegetable tasted a bit too hard. The fried noodle then served with a handful of chopped green onion, dried shallots together with their special chilli. The texture of noodle has got the desired softness and it tasted like e-mien. I paid $6.60 for everything. If you could speak Cantonese, you could actually sit down with the friendly and chatty Gen Shu and have a chat with him. He might ended up sharing the stories of his glorious past with you. I could not speak Cantonese so i did not have such an opportunity though i spotted him sitting down with a group of his regular customers chatting over a cup of coffee. The stall starts as early as 6 am till noon or earlier if sold out fast.This is a hidden gem in the heartland. 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2012-05-05
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This is quite a fusion stall, selling foods of different types like congee, steamed rice, soup and even yam cake. I tried their yam cake since I already had the beef noodles to eat. The yam cake here is not the squarish block type but is more misshaped and from the looks of it, you know it is something good. The yam cake comes drizzled with the sauce as well as fried onions and not forgetting the chilli. Even on its own, the yam cake is already quite flavourful with the dried shrimps and bits of yam within the yam cake. With the chilli and sauce, it is even more tasty. Although I was quite full, but I still finished every bit of it! 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2011-09-23
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This small stall is run by i think a Hongkonger family as their spoken Cantonese has a very strong accent like from Hong Kong and the food sold here is exactly hong kong snacks,porridge and double boiled soup and steam rice and they open early in the morning and by 12pm or before their food would be sold out and shop close.In fact i think i had eaten almost all their foods as follows:Fried bee hoon,very tasty with lots of vegetables like cabbage,carrots,black fungus,tau pok and the chilli sauce has ikan billis.Fried mee is a little darker in colour and equally tasty.Yam cake very smooth and you can eat the smooth cubes of yam in it.Chee chong fun and the sauces are very tasty and fragrant.Glutinous rice fried with hae bi,peanuts,mushrooms are heavenly.You can either have one of the above at $1.90 or choice 2 of the above items at $2.50.Steam rice with chicken and salted fish,steam rice with mui chye and meat,pork ribs steam rick..all so fragrant and delicious.Double boiled soup like lotus roots with pork ribs are boiled with herbs and very very nice.Everyday they have special boiled soup too like special vegetables boiled with pork ribs and herbs.Only foods in this stall i don't like is the fried ngo hiang which is too salty for me. 繼續閱讀
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