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Centre Satay Bee Hoon @ Ang Mo Kio

When people in Ang Mo Kio crave for satay bee hoon, this is the stall most people visit. I don’t eat satay bee hoon frequently, but among the ones I have tried, Centre Satay Bee Hoon is most memorable one. Satay bee hoon is a fusion between Chinese and Malay dish, which combines rice vermicelli with kang kong, cuttlefish and drenched in satay sauce (peanut sauce). Mr Tan has been …

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Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice – The Taste Test Between Anxin Chicken VS White Broiler

Coming to Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice feels like coming back home – enjoying a plate of chicken rice and listening to conversations being made in Hainanese, just like what happens in my family during Chinese New Year (I can hardly speak Hainanese though, but I understand it). While the chicken rice dish itself may be as common as the air we breathe, those that have transcended the norm to …

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North Indian & Pakistani Food @ Balestier Market

Some of the best Indian food can be found in coffee shops or small restaurants, where the food itself is the star. North Indian & Pakistani Food at Balestier Market is one such example. I didn’t think much about it when the makan kakis met suggested to have lunch there. But when the naans arrived at my table, I wanted to grab a bite almost immediately. Naan is just like …

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Xin Sheng Gor Hiong Prawn Cracker @ Boon Lay Place Market

Finally a stall from the west! We were here for the power nasi lemak, I was walking around and saw a Channel U Yummy King poster on Xin Sheng Gor Hiong Prawn Cracker, so I decided to give it a try. It’s so popular that they even have outlets in Vivo and Orchard. It was a Friday night and service was pretty efficient. Food was served to our table within …

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Kim Bak Chor Mee @ Balestier Road

When I started working in Balestier, I asked a good friend what would she recommend for lunch. Being a huge BCM fan, she introduced me to Kim Bak Chor Mee at Kian Lian Coffee Shop (next to Whampoa Keng Fish Head Steamboat Restaurant). I didn’t like this BCM stall during my first visit. Perhaps because the noodles still has a alkaline taste which I can’t stand. But after slurping my …

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