8 Sentosa Gateway
Resorts World Sentosa
Singapore 098269

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11:00am - 07:00pm


11:00am - 07:00pm

11:00am - 07:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

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Metres away from the new Gourmet Park, here still serves better hawker food. This wine-laced soup was delicious, the fish and prawns were plump, and there's also scallops.

Since I don’t have plans to travel to Kuala Lumpur anytime in the near future, I yelped with joy when I spotted “KL Hong Cha Pork Noodles” at Malaysia Food Street in @rwsentosa. It’s all @blueskiescottonclouds’ fault 😂 If she had not shared on her Stories about enjoying the real thing in KL, Malaysia which is where she is currently at, I wouldn’t have been harbouring such a insatiable craving for Pork Noodles.
Anyways, the one I stumbled upon turned out to be very tasty. Not sure if it can match the original across the border but I was a happy camper. The soup was robust and properly seasoned, and alongside the soft “kway teow” were slices of pig’s liver and lean pork, lumps of minced pork as well as crunchy pork lard. The food arrived piping hot and tasted fresh. It wasn’t exactly cheap at $9 but it did leave me sweaty (from slurping the soup) and satisfied.

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Chicken rice ($8 nett)
$8 dollars for chicken rice?

Yup. But it tastes like normal 3 dollar chicken rice.

You're better off eating in kopitiam before coming over to RWS. Unless you're confident of making a killing at the casino, then i guess you probably have cash to spare.

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Was disappointed. Not flavourful or fresh enough. I've had better ones. Will go for the EAT @ion should I craves for it. Not cheap either, $8.50

Locals will find the prices here exceeding steep, but I’m always surprised to find that the food here is actually good! The chendol ($4) is one of our favourites - they’ve kept it simple with beans and pandan jelly, but the amount of gula melaka and coconut is sure to impress you!

Fancy some piping hot Sha Bo / Bao Zai FAN (claypot rice)? 😍😍😍 It’s been a while since I last had a good pot of claypot rice (not counting the lousy one I had at Malaysia Boleh at AMK Hub) so it was indeed delightful to savour this Heun Kee Claypot Chicken Rice ($11) at Malaysian Food Street at RWS! 👍🏻
Cooked over charcoal fire, the rice was incredibly loose & flavourful when mixed with the generous amount of sauce which has a good mix of sweet & savoury (leaning towards the latter which I really like!) 😋😋😋 The best part – THOSE BURNT RICE that are super fragrant & crispy!! ❤ Who cares about carcinogens - I just gotta scrap these gems off & polish them clean. ✔ Accompanied with some lup cheong (Chinese wax sausages) & huge chicken chunks which were well-marinated & quite tender, this made both a filling & fulfilling meal! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
Ended my meal on a sweet note with Taiwanese Tau Suan ($5)! 🤤🤤🤤 Featuring fine shaved ice slathered with tau suan (mung beans), chewy black tapioca pearls, sweet attap chee, slippery grass jelly & huge red beans, flavoured with evaporated/coconut milk & palm sugar syrup, just mix everything up & indulge in this sweet treat! 💕 Tasted just like chendol especially when the ice melts as the aromatic palm sugar syrup dominated the bowl, which I totally didn’t mind. 😋
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