107 North Bridge Road
Singapore 179105

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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We tried their signature bittergourd sliced fish soup with thick bee hoon ($4.80) as well as the sliced salmon soup with thick bee hoon ($6.50). Appearance wise it didn't look impressive but taste wise is surprisingly tasty though I think it's quite overpriced for average food court food 😂😂 #burpple #chaifishsoup #slicedfishsoup

Not one, not two, not three but FOUR kinds of mushroom go into this piping hot bowl of buckwheat soba. I did find the soup a bit salty but the soba was quite firm which suited me as I dislike mushy noodles.
If you fancy giving this vegetarian dish a try, it's located just inside the food court on the third level of Bugis Junction shopping mall.


New place to eat BKT in air-con comfort. Interesting sauce made with cuttlefish. The pot of pork ribs comes with two pieces of pork belly. Free flow soup! Compared the songfa, the dough fritters was softer and soup, less peppery. About $17/ person, including 2 sides and drinks. Worth the calories:)


Inside this food court is a stall dishing out the popular China-style "xiang la" or "fragrant, hot and spicy" food. They have a few dishes on the menu but most people tend to go for the "customise-your-fragrant-hot-pot" option.
You just have to grab a silver bowl and a pair of tongs and start picking whatever you like from the items on display in the refrigerator units (I tend to zero in on a mix of vegetables - broccoli, cabbage and beansprouts, black fungus, mushroom and some beancurd stuff).
You then pass your bowl of items to the staff who weighs everything in order to tell you the amount to pay. After you state your preferred degree of spiciness (low, medium or set-your-hair-on-fire), the cooks in the kitchen get busy with the stir-frying (I always opt for the lowest because I like to not have my tongue go completely numb 😁 ).
When your order is ready, it's emptied into a humongous white bowl and topped with roasted peanuts and fresh cilantro. Their style of presentation is visually very pleasing and trust me, the mouthwatering aroma that hits you in the face will make you very eager to dig in!
I've always found a bowl of plain rice and clear seaweed soup go best with my hefty serving of spicy mixed stir-fry. They kind of help to tone down the fiery heat in a nice way.


My $5.5 minced meat noodles that's full of "Liao" and springy noodles wheeeeee so good!


This is what I look for a good hokkien mee, wet and fragrant to taste and the chili gives it a second life.