79/79A Circuit Road
79 & 79A Circuit Road Food Centre
Singapore 370079

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Yummy plate of Cai Png, choose fried onion omelette, braise pork belly & Chinese cabbage.
Not bad indeed!

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Fresh, healthy and economical steamed seafood set with no sugar, less salt, less oil and low in calories is the reason why there are so many old folks ordering from this stall.

They specialise in steamed fishes and prawns. I ordered the big steamed golden pomfret and fragrant spicy prawn set (signature dish) to try. The soy-based seasoning used here is milder compared to a Hong Kong soy dressing which feels healthier yet brings out the natural sweetness from the seafood. Simply homely and comforting.

Each set comes with free-flow rice and soup. The steamed pomfret is fresh, moist and delicate with natural sweetness while the butterflied prawns comes with fried garlic and chilli padi in soy sauce on a bed of glass noodles. I like how the glass noodles soak up the sauce so well.

Other set dishes available over here are steamed sea bass, steamed red grouper and spicy lala. The best thing is the price of set meals tagged so affordably between $5.00 to $6.50. They also have side dishes like preserved radish omelette, chicken mid wings and bitter gourds for add-ons to go along with their set meals.

Fresh Steamed Golden Pomfret Set 》$6.50 / Big
Fragrant Spicy Prawn Set 》$6.50

πŸ“ Hanjiang Seafood Square 韩江桷鲜坊
79A Circuit Rd, #01-63, Singapore 371079

This stall is managed by 2 young fishmongers during the day and hawkers at the night. This was also a plus point where they can get seafood at wholesale prices and consumers get to have seafood priced affordably and competitively.

The seafood served here is all steamed Hong Kong-style with light soy sauce dressing, Shaoxing wine and minced garlic. I love Cantonese-style steamed seafood which uses very few ingredients to showcase the freshness and bring out the great flavour in a dish.

There are dishes such as grouper, red grouper, red snapper, white snapper, Chinese pomfret, golden pomfret, Spanish mackerel batang, seabass, white snapper head, tiger prawn, crayfish and lala on the menu during my visit but not everything is sold daily and subject to availability.

Here I got myself the twin grouper and lala served on metal plates. They also had the option of having a single fish in a larger size for the same price. The fishes were of decent size, fresh, tender and moist while the lala was chewy and not sandy. The garlicky soy sauce also makes me want to get more rice to go along with it.

Be prepared to wait during peak hours and I would advise going earlier for more choices of seafood that starts getting sold out as early as 7pm.

Twin Grouper 》$8
Lala 》$6

πŸ“ Hee Hee Hee Steamed Fish & Fish Soup | #01-12


Sometimes inconsistent in the level of char and crispness but pretty dang good in terms of flavour! Portion of carrot cake ($3-5) is also very generous.

From a Malay snack stall. My first time encountering mee jiang kueh by Malays, not counting martabak, which is a different thing. This was average lor.

What an interesting find! First time trying vegetarian satay and I’m rather impressed. The marinade for the β€œmeat” was pretty good, and it was well-charred with crispy bits, similar to typical satay. Texture-wise, I could tell it wasn’t meat, but it was a little bouncy, like chicken when it’s tender. It’s much more flavourful, and has better texture than regular mock meats! The accompanying peanut sauce was alright, but got a little starchy for me at the end. Also, found this pretty filling.