1 Kadayanallur Street
#01-73 Maxwell Food Centre
Singapore 069184

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11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm


11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

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I also tried the Tomato rice bowl ($4.50) with additional Char Siew ($2.50) and you basically can’t go wrong with the classic tomato egg combination. The tomatoes are sweet and tangy and rice is drenched in all that goodness. However, I didn’t enjoy the Char Siew as much as it was quite ordinary and a little lacking in terms of char and fats.

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The Luncheon Meat rice bowl ($5) comes with thick chunks of fried luncheon meat which goes really well with the scrambled egg. Added a dash of aromatic hae bi hiam and that is really the cherry on top of the cake.

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I was drawn to the scrambled eggs but the super crispy and well marinated chicken cutlet stole the limelight!
Will definitely be back to try the rest of the meat combination with the scramble eggs!

Thought this was tomato soup at first; so thick and generous was the gravy that it looks like an egg-drop tomato soup. Nice chunks of both tomato and cherry tomatoes, but ultimately I thought the gravy was too sweet and didn't gel well with the scrambled egg. The rice also got very mushy from the gravy.

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Came just like in the many photos plastered across social media - I think there was a period of time this was the trendiest food on Tiktok/IG. I might be late to the game, but still excited to dig in.

On first look, there was a decent amount of luncheon meat chunks (and I mean, CHUNKS) atop gooey scrambled eggs. Luncheon meat was alright, not the best but not the worst either. The scrambled eggs though...I think Dan Lao has got to be one of the experts in scrambled eggs. Soft, still oozing st the centre, and perfectly buttery, if this was served at a breakfast buffet spread I would just have this and nothing else. Amazing...! And after a few marvelous bites you can add in the house made chilli and BAM it gets even better with the spicy kick.

Definitely worth the queue and the wait. Come closer to 6pm for a shorter waiting time.

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It wasn’t the best local ‘omu rice’ I ever had but the chicken was super crispy. The unexpected star of the show was the lap cheong sausage, cut into slivers. I don’t usually eat this but they were cut unusually and camouflaged. Texture wise tasted like a super yummy beef jerky. The portions was super generous for $6, couldn’t resist to top up $2 for luncheon meat. Which was unusually cut into meaty cubes for more bite. Gotta say these guys are masters at using texture & their knives to enhance taste!

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