7 Maxwell Road
Singapore 069111

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06:00am - 06:00pm

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Order this Aromatic Chicken ($6.50) from this stall called Spicy Wife and understand why is it call that now.

The sambal is really spicy and the chicken is like Malay style with lots of herbs. Overall, is good but $6.50 is bit too much to handle on a daily basis

Ordered the beef noodle soup ($6.50) from Pho Hanoi and I like the generosity of beef & soup. Really worth it. Will not mind to try more

This is the most Niu Bi noodle I ever had. 真牛逼!😮
I had the Teochew Chilli Dry(L)($8.50), large version, which includes a bit of everything. The bowl consisted of slurpy kway teow noodles, crunchy beansprouts, salted vegetables, coriander, bouncey beef balls, succulent beef shank, melts in the mouth brasied tendon, chewy honeycomb tripe, tender sliced beef and the most important NB chilli chunks which gave its niunami, spicy, tangy and savoury rich profile.
Every slurp is bound to satisfy your tastebud!😋 The beef taste is strong and the beef soup provided is awesome. Such an tastisfying meal.
🚩Niu Bi SG, Amoy Street Food Centre, 7 Maxwell Rd, 02-98, Singapore 069111
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New stall alert! Was a flavorful bowl of laksa with its own characteristics! Pretty good! Affordable at $4 & add cockles for only $1. It was not enough though ( understandably, hum is expensive these days!) . I wonder how she would react if I add hum x 3 😜. She says it is their first time venturing into f& b and I wish them luck!

128 amoy laksa

A babka is a sweet braided bread which originated in the Jewish communities of Poland and Ukraine. Damn yummy, and not too sweet!

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Here I am at another new stall in this food centre, 我家巷口 Taiwan Alley serving some authentic Taiwanese foods.

The braised pork rice was decent as they melt as you eat. You get balance taste as you mixed the ingredients with the rice.

The braised pork came in soft texture so easy to eat.

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