136 Potong Pasir Avenue 3
Singapore 350136

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From M.Ellyshah Muslim Food
Classic Malay Mee Siam is a delightful comfort food that will surely satisfy those who enjoy a flavorful cooked chili broth. The dish is often garnished with hard-boiled eggs, which add a rich and creamy texture to balance the spice.
Adding a fried begedil—a delicious potato patty—elevates the meal by introducing an extra layer of savory goodness.
The crispy exterior and soft interior of the begedil complement the vibrant flavors of the mee siam perfectly.
Overall, this dish offers a harmonious blend of sweet, sour, spicy, and savory notes that make it incredibly satisfying for anyone looking for hearty comfort food with a kick.

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Dishing out limited portions of roast meats to the neighbourhood of Potong Pasir, Tong Luo Wan is a new charcoal roasts stall that operates from 7am till sell out. Think the classic offerings of Roast Duck, Soy Sauce Chicken, Roast Pork, and Char Siew which the chef had learnt to prepare from someone who honed his craft in Hong Kong. My favourite of the lot, the Soy Sauce Chicken 油鸡 ($8/lower quarter & $7/upper quarter) was succulent, savoury and saucey - perfect with a steaming bowl of rice. The Char Siew 叉烧 ($10 portion) was also well-executed though they were sliced much thinner than I preferred in order to cater to the more elderly customers that they get at the coffeeshop. Similarly, the Roast Duck 当归烤鸭 ($12/lower quarter & $11/upper quarter), which was initially done with a more pungent hit of dang gui was toned down with the feedback of the diners. Yet as one who loves a stronger herbal flavour, I am still able to appreciate the subtleness and the pairing with the natural sweetness of the meat. The mee kia too, was cooked to a springy perfection.

Thank you @alhsx for the kind invitation and @jthejon for the hospitality!
📌Tong Luo Wan 铜锣湾
Jin Biao Coffee Shop 锦标咖啡店
Block 136 Potong Pasir Ave 3


Roast Meats
For affordable roast meats, Tong Luo Wan charcoal roasts serves up an array of roast duck ($12/lower quarter), char siew ($40/kg), roast pork ($40/kg) and soy sauce chicken ($7/lower quarter). TLW specializes in herbal roast duck prepared with dang gui. Amongst the meats we sampled, all the roast were above average though I prefer my roast duck with a stronger herbal flavour. The char siew was nicely charred but could be sliced thicker for a stronger flavour. The stall sells out after lunch and is quite a popular spot for the folks in the neighbourhood.
Thank you @alhsx for the invitation and @jthejon for the hospitality.


Speaking of the elderly, I can't wait to bring my grandpa here! Glad that it's logistically feasible & elderly-friendly; I can drop him at the road right outside the coffeeshop, park my car & walk a short distance to sit down with him.

It'll have to be for breakfast or lunch though, as they open at 7AM daily until sold out, which is usually mid-afternoon.

Thanks Amanda for the invite & Jon for the hospitality! 💕

📍 Tong Luo Wan 铜锣湾 @ Jin Biao Coffee Shop 锦标咖啡店, Block 136 Potong Pasir Ave 3

Funny story - we asked chef why the Char Siew is sliced so thinly, as we'd rather it slightly thicker for greater meatiness. He explained he has tried it before, but the elderly folks gave him feedback that it was difficult to chew. Ha! Really sounds like something my grandpa would say ("咬不动"), & with the surrounding neighbourhood having a strong elderly representation I'm not too surprised.

So yes, this Char Siew is sliced a little thinner than I'd like, but it IS easy to chew. As someone who has had many a tough Char Siew in her life, I appreciate this.

Thanks Amanda for the invite & Jon for the hospitality! 💕

📍 Tong Luo Wan 铜锣湾 @ Jin Biao Coffee Shop 锦标咖啡店, Block 136 Potong Pasir Ave 3

I was surprised that the Soy Sauce Chicken 油鸡 was one of my favourites, actually. (Then again, pork is my least favourite meat!) The ones I've had before were truly 油/oily, but this one wasn't. Yet somehow, the meat itself managed to remain somewhat silky, & so smooth that it slid down my throat.

Thanks Amanda for the invite & Jon for the hospitality! 💕

📍 Tong Luo Wan 铜锣湾 @ Jin Biao Coffee Shop 锦标咖啡店, Block 136 Potong Pasir Ave 3