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Famous Bedok Kway Chap is Located at the corner of Whampoa Market. Recently saw a recommendation from a Friend on social media, so decided to give it a try. Goodness, the meats were damn good.

Pork belly was so soft, it felt like it melted in my mouth.

The sauce on the meats were also very tasty.

The intestines must have been cleaned well as well, there was no strong nasty taste. Overall, it tasted superb.

The Hor Fun broth was also very good.

Highly recommended.

5/5 easily. Seldom do I give a perfect rating, but this is very good. And it's cheap and affordable too.

Beef was very tender and the noodles was nice and springy, generous portion of meat and tendons

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wonderful meal. got the premium beef noodles and it was really the perfect bowl πŸ‘ service was good, the staff took their time to explain the steps to eat the braised beef noodles to us. the generous chunks of beef were really tender, and tastes very homely. recommend!

We had the Specialty Beef Noodles + Premium Trio Braised Beef Noodles, and both were delicious!

The beef chunks were quite tender, swimming in a super flavourful broth. Was pretty interesting that they had three recommended ways of eating the Trio noodles. Personally, I liked mixing the sauce with dry noodles and pickled veges the most!

Balestier Road is the Bak Kut Teh capital of Singapore. This whole stretch of road consist of up to 4-5 popular Bak Kut Teh Stores.

Balestier Road BKT has been around since 1966, and apparently, they stay true to their roots and uses sugarcane to prepare their BKT soup. As Balestier Road used to be a sugarcane plantation.

The Premium Pork Ribs meat was tender and easily slides off the bone. Goes very well with its chilli padi, garlic, dark sauce "dip"

The soup was slightly peppery and flavourful. Of coz free top up of soup is avaliable here. Could taste any sugarcane though.

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Balestier Road is the Bak Kut Teh capital of Singapore. This whole stretch of road consist of up to 4-5 popular Bak Kut Teh Stores.

Balestier Road BKT has been around since 1966, and apparently, they stay true to their roots and uses sugarcane to prepare their BKT soup. As Balestier Road used to be a sugarcane plantation.

The braised pork trotter was very tender and easy to eat. Goes very well with its chilli padi, garlic, dark sauce "dip"

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Wallet friendly prices for the roast pork belly and roast duck rice.
Definitely to return for it.

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Definitely the one with the longest Queue here at Whampoa Market.

Decides to have the yuan yang, so don't have to come back again to try the other one.

Maybe is my personal preference, but I'd refer the black rendition here.

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Located inside of Whampoa Market. Qinde was a rather surprising find for me, I am a very big fan of Portuguese egg Tarts and qinde here definitely one of my favourites.

Crust were flaky and buttery, which goes so well with the egg pudding.

The egg pudding itself was not over sweet, which is a good thing. Pudding so soft as well and tasted very very good.

Google reviews for this place also very high, which I feel is rightly justified.

4.7/5 for me.

Cempedak Cake (S$15)
Price increased from S$10
Didn’t smell as fragrant as it’s used to be

Food 🍝: 10/10

My first 10/10 rating!!

Tried the Banh Mi Thit Nuong ($6.90) which is Baguette with BBQ Pork. And this is hands down the best Banh Mi ever!! Filled to the brim with sweet yet savoury BBQ meat, crunchy cucumbers, coriander and chilli peppers all the ingredients just complemented the crunchiness of the baguette. The meat portion was so flavourful and generous as well, along with the chilli that gave it a little punch.

If you’re looking for authentic and value for money Vietnamese Banh Mi, Nhung kitchen is definitely the place to go to! Will definitely be back to try their other flavours as well!

From Mega Food Court
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Simple local bowl of minced meat noodle.
This is the regular size with sliced fish cake and sliced lean pork.
Side serve with fishballs in clear soup.
Wallet friendly prices.

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