722 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8
Singapore 560722

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06:00am - 12:00am

06:00am - 12:00am

06:00am - 12:00am

06:00am - 12:00am

06:00am - 12:00am

06:00am - 12:00am

06:00am - 12:00am

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From the Burpple community

This coffee shop has recently bought over by a new owner and renamed to KopiWU. Thankfully some of the old stalls remained to operate with this new owner.

One of it would be this stall called the Signature Curry. A food stall specialise for their curry, but also offer some other Asian style of dishes as well.

I love their curry, which is very rich and spicy. You can choose to go with the rice or bread.

The curry chicken is tender and enjoyable, comes with some potatoes.

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From 88 Prawn Noodle
Flavourful soup, succulent prawn, sliced fish cake and pig’s tail.
Its effortless for the pig’s tail.
Only $6.50 each bowl.


Early morning in the area of Ang Mo Kio Central, 88 Prawn Noodle stall in this coffee shop already start serving plates of noodle.

Comforting meal to start the day, comes with pieces of half peeled prawn and other ingredients.

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This is at Blk 722 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8 coffeeshop.

I had this in Malaysia and never knew the name of this. It’s a combination of hor fun and beehoon.

The dish came like a mountain and chock full of ingredients. Delicious and satisfied my stomach.

Rating: 4.1/5
$5 a plate.

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Basically generic flavour as you'd expect. It's fine but got jelak. Kudos to quite a lot of wet egg!

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There is always a queue, for their food. And I can understand why. Wholesome malay food for the masses. Cramped with four people in that tiny stall, the whole crew will cooked up a storm. The Mee soto that I ordered, big on flavours, oil and portion. Had to add the deep fried potato patty, just cause to seal a good breakfast. I cannot imagine anyone having a full-on Nasi Padang for breakfast, but a mighty crowd of them sure did. Maybe I will, on my next visit.