The uncle took one minute to fry this plate of awesomeness

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Soft yet firm to the bite, it’s a good alternative to the regular kaya toast. Their teh is also good, in fact I think their kopi and teh is the best in the area.

This used to be better a long time ago when I was in NS. I prefer the AMK curry puff at TPY now. And I do like OCK – it’s comfort food to me.

At $18.90 before ++, the New York Strip is rather good. Are those soft gelatinous strips along the edge of the steak fat or ligament?

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Only the Teochew porridge staples here, but they were all rather good! Is this the case for all good Teochew porridge stalls? I especially liked the braised duck here.

My first post in ages! An old favourite from when I was working near Ghim Moh last year. Every piece consistently orh-some. They moved from Ghim Moh to ABC Brickworks when the former was undergoing renovation and relocated to temporary premises.

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And therefore the best. ieatishootipost has all the details, I think it’s got something to do with the roasting of the beans. Brings out the fragrance without ever tasting burnt.

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And therefore the best. ieatishootipost has all the details, I think it’s got something to do with the roasting of the beans. Brings out the fragrance without ever tasting burnt.

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Nice change from the usual sunny side up! All round satisfying bowl of black pepper beef with rice then.

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My first post in ages! An old favourite from when I was working near Ghim Moh last year. Every piece consistently orh-some. They moved from Ghim Moh to ABC Brickworks when the former was undergoing renovation and relocated to temporary premises.

You need to order the $5 portion for that. Gonna order that next time and I’ll know if I prefer this to the Serangoon Road Hokkien mee.

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I like my Hokkien mee like I dig my fried carrot cake. The black ones in KL are better though.