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Need a place to stray away from the crazy crowds at Orchard - Far East plaza may be the best place for a meal .

From cactus Korean cuisine at the basement of Far East plaza - not exactly authentic Korean food but definitely a quick hot and fresh meal .

Ordered the beef soup because I needed something to warm my tummy , this came with a bowl of short grain rice and some Kim Chi.

A assortment of vegetables, egg , beef slices , vermicelli , toufu , straw mushrooms - almost felt like a hot pot meal . You have an option for spicy or non spicy .

Don’t expect prime beef cuts of course .
At 6.50, I would say pretty value for money .

Thankfully - I hadn’t felt the effects of msg - so that’s very comforting to know .

I love the mee hoon kueh at Green View (level 4 of far east plaza). It is so chewy and soft. You seldom get hand-torn mee hoon kueh these days, and this is one of the best i have had. Sadly, their price has increased from $4.50 to $5.00. It is getting a little pricey to enjoy this... #sgeats #sgfoodie #sgfoodies #sgfoodlover #burpple #sghawker

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This stall always has a snaking queue during lunch time and has been acclaimed to be the “best chye png in Orchard”. The dishes are warm and fresh, and are not too oily on the palate. It’s the kind of food that reminds you of home. The homemade chili is amazing too!

It’s at level 5.

1 meat + 2 veggies = $5
3 veggies = $4.50
2 veggies + 1 fried egg = $4

one of the largest piece of fish we tried in Japanese restaurant.

It is also very popular for sushi and sashimi. No more seats after 6.30pm. We rate this 8/10.

At Level 5 of Far East Plaza, there is a little shop that offers a good option for mala. I always go for glass noodles and fish cakes because they soak up all the mala sauce, and gives me the spicy kick that I’m looking for.

I like that it is air-conditioned, and having mala in an air-conditioned place is always a good idea.

Now as my stomach is getting stronger (against spice, as what I'd like to believe), I'd order spicy Tom Yum Ban Mian ($5) whenever I can!

This is the place where you are ensured of getting al-dente noodles. Say goodbye to soggy noodles!