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Foodie W

This was just nice for 2 small eaters! The noodles portion were huge and it was freshly made in store. The noodles were chewy and went well with the flavourful beef soup which was spicy and tasted like mala due to the mala paste that they added at the side. Beef slices were soft and tender and was quite worth for the price. The wantons were delicious too, with the salty sauce drizzled over the soft wantons. The spring onion pancake was very crispy and tasty and had strong spring onion flavour, and tasted very freshly made! It was a nice side dish to go with the noodles.

Portion was really big, but the chicken pieces were not many. The fried rice wasn’t very fragrant, was slightly tasteless but not too oily. The chicken pieces were also nice as the meat was tender. The sambal chili was also a good complement with the rice.

Got the small portion, with chewy wanton noodles, onsen egg, char siew and pork lard. Noodles were chewy and had nice texture, and was tasty when soaked with the black sauce and added chili. The onsen egg also made the gravy more thick and tasty. The char siew was tender and flavourful, and wasn’t too fatty. Wished the crust was crispier. Overall, not really worth the price as it was over $10 after the GST and service charge.

We got xiao la and it was not spicy and all, just salty and oily. Not a very impressive mala and not cheap either. Maybe worth another try with zhong la but otherwise it’s a pass.

Crispy deep fried spicy chicken cubes! Not too spicy for me and was flavourful! There wasn’t too much skin so there was decent portion of meat! Best eaten fresh.

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Very reasonable pricing for the portion. Ordered one beef for $3.3, and the other ingredients like maggi, eggplant, enoki mushroom, tofu skin for $1.1 each. Ordered xiao la which was not spicy at all but more salty. Beef was quite soft while the other dishes were cooked well too. Would probably go for less salt and higher spice level to get more of the mala flavour.

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Finally got to try it on the spot as I ordered take away the previous time. Was definitely much nicer when eaten fresh as the fried chicken pieces were super crispy and still warm when eaten. It wasn’t really spicy but was quite salty. I loved that there were a generous portion of fried peanuts to go along the fried chicken which had great texture and crunch. Only thing was that the bottom of the plate would be quite oily and that would make the chicken pieces be more soggy. Price is reasonable for the portion and would definitely return for more crispy laziji!

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Was still crispy after I ate it 15 minutes after ordering. Chicken was not too spicy but numbing, and was salty and flavorful. Best eaten immediately because got a little soggy and moist after a while, especially the bottom ones. Maybe better if eaten on the spot but worth trying and recommended to share.

A decent egg tart worth a try but would not go for it again since there are better egg tarts around at a lower price. The tart was slightly too soft and crumbly. Custard was smooth inside but the top had a layer.

The chicken pieces were super crispy and really spicy! There were also a few pieces of peanuts added to the dish which were a nice complement to the spicy chicken pieces. Chicken pieces were slightly overly fried but was really crunchy and delicious! Portion size was smaller than expected but worth with 1 for 1! Better for sharing as it could get really spicy.

The hot soup was served with 2 pieces of pork ribs. The pork ribs were super tender and tasty! Soup was flavorful, not too salty or too peppery. I also ordered the youtiao which was freshly fried and super crispy! It was a must-go with the soup. Service was good and fast too.

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Especially loved the meatballs! The meatballs had crispy exterior while the meat inside was soft and tender. The other ingredients like fishcake and their signature mushroom was good as well! I had the dry noodles which went very well with the chili and a little soup. Queue is rather long during lunch hour but food was worth the wait.

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