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Tangs Market - Flagship foodcourt style setting, serving renowned food names like 85 Redhill Teochew Fishball Noodle, Esplanade Park Satay, Kway Guan Huat Joo Chiat Original Popiah & Kueh Pie Tee, New Market Teochew Suckling Pig, Penang Yong Kee Char Kuey Tiao, PeraMakan, Singapore Hainanese Chicken Rice, Sungei Road Laksa, Tiong Bahru Chwee Kueh and Traditional Handmade JB Pau etc. Singaporean - Malaysian Cuisines 繼續閱讀
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今日營業
10:30 - 22:00
星期一至日
10:30 - 22:00
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Amy Yip Big Pau Char Kway Teow Hainanese Chicken Rice Laksa Pork Satay Rojak
食評 (9)
等級4 2014-12-21
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Durian fritters $2Banana fritters $1.50The fried fritters are crisp and are not dry. They are however served cold as they are left there for some time and not freshly fried. The banana fillings are moist, naturally sweet and soft while the durian fillings' texture is something like durian mousse but thicker than that. Overall, it's worth the try. Fried oyster omelette $5: The portion is really small and at such a price, it isn't worth it. However, I do like that the starchy parts are not overwhelming. They're soft, and complement the fried egg well. One downside is that it's rather oily. Oysters are fresh.  繼續閱讀
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等級4 2013-12-20
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Came here recently with my friends and I spotted that this interesting stall selling unique fried delights. Got the Fried Cempadak ($2), which is basically a type of fruit similar to jackfruit. Every bite gave a crispy thin outer with chewy sticky sweet inner cempadak flesh. Very good! They also sell other fried fruits like fried durian, fried banana and other interesting fried sweet stuff. 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2013-12-17
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I heard about the fried durian fritters from this stall in Tangs Market but I am not very keen on durian so i decided to try their fried nian gao.As you can see, the shop boasts a wide variety of fried finger food. So take your pick! I choose the fried nian gao as it seems like their signature item. Though its not too oily, i find eating this a bit of a mouthful. The layers were a little thick, especially the centre layer, the sticky rice cake. It would have been better if the portion is thinner and one would be able to relish eating the 3 layers in one bite. 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2013-12-11
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Located at Tangs Market, there is a outlet called Kway Guan Huat Joo Chiat Original Popiah & Kueh Pie Tee. What does it sell? Yes Popiah, also known as spring roll. But the version is much more expensive compared to similar food court outlet. Here, one roll costs $4. The popiah is packed with fully with juicy traditional stewed vegetables, egg,crispy bites and prawns. Taste not bad, but cannot justify the price. 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2013-12-04
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For tea break I bought a few pieces of assorted Peranakan buns from PeraMakan Delicatessen.PeraMakan Holdings Pte Ltd having two restaurants (Keppel Club and Santa Grand Hotel East Coast) and their first delicatessen at East Coast Road (a distance from Santa Grand Hotel) and the newly opened delicatessen at Tangs Market.I could not resist trying some of these savoury pies and buns.Not many people appreciate tasting Ayam Buah Keluak. I am the only one in the family who enjoyed the taste of Buah Keluak.Ayam Buah Keluak Bolo Bun is indeed an innovative food idea. The taste is different from having the dish with rice. I find the ingredients in this polo bun dry though there were sufficient amount of the minced buah keluak and diced chicken pieces. Neither too sweet nor salty, there were lack of the earthy Indonesian nut taste present in this bolo bun.A close up view of the Ayam Buah Keluak ingredients in the Bolo BunThe Ayam Buah Keluak Bolo Bun cost S$2.20 each. I also bought four pieces of Pang Susie. A meat bun with ingredients similar to the Nyonya Bak Chang (rice dumpling) instead of using glutinous rice, this snack is replaced with bread. These hand sliced pork cooked with garlic, onion and roasted coriander together with small diced mushrooms and sugared wintermelon encasing in each bun. The bun was fragrantly soft. The overall flavour of the Pang Susie was too peppery and there were too much coriander added to the ingredients.A close-up view of the Pang SusieEach Pang Susie priced at S$1.80. 繼續閱讀
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