4 Tampines Central 5
#B1-K21 Tampines Mall
Singapore 529510

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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

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豆浆油条 is the best combo, agree?

Soybean Milk ($2.20)
A natural and relatively healthy beverage with a mild sweetness. The soya bean taste resonates well, catering to a wide audience seeking a genuine and unadulterated soybean experience.

You Tiao (Dough Fritter) ($1.80)
The dough fritters are freshly deep-fried on the spot, ensuring quality and freshness. They possess a doughy texture with a light crispiness, though a tad greasy. The immediate preparation enhances the overall experience, making it a satisfying accompaniment to the soybean milk.
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Service was quick and friendly. Get a seat before queueing.

Noodles with Chicken Soup ($5.80) was warm and comforting with lots of veges and a good portion of QQ noodles. But for the price, expected some bits of chicken.
Youtiao ($1.80) with Soybean Milk ($2.20) was hearty and pretty filling as the youtiao came in quite a big portion. Youtiao wasn't oily and was fluffy, paired perfectly with the soybean milk.
Almond Soybean Milk ($2.60) is great for anyone who loves almond. Get it cold for a refreshing and cooling drink.
Pan-fried Chicken Pau ($4.80 for 3 pieces) was quite a disappointment. Expected a more crispy exterior but it wasn't, and it was more like a steamed pau instead. The filling also leaned towards the pasty kind, which I did not appreciate. Can skip this.

Steamed Chicken Pau ($4.60)

I supposed to order pan fried version instead of steamed version. But then it's fine with me tbh. I felt that their dough was slightly thick and the meat topping like normal.

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Noodles w Chicken Soup ($5.80)

not bad but quite clear based chicken soup but the serving was just nice (not that full). But the ingredients contained only noodles, a bit of shredded chicken and vegetable.

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Looking for some comfortable dessert? Alley Wei is an interesting place with Chinese signage, but actually Halal-certified place.

Serving their signature beancurd and soymilk, with some staple foods and snack as well.

They have a few options of beancurd and the one I gotten comes with ginger soup. Warm and comforting, but I was hoping it to be more warm.

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Red Bean Pancake ($3.80) + 10 cents for takeaway

hmmm the dough was quite crispy, thick and slightly oil tbh and don't like too much dough. The filling size was quite average tbh but the red bean is slightly sweet. So it's best to dine in instead of takeaway tbh. They charge each item for 10 cents in takeaway :") Hope I can try their other items next time.