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It's been a long time since I've had Chicken Rice Balls but they've always been a classic gem in my mind. Sought after because of how rare it is nowadays. I must admit I perhaps don't know how to appreciate this. The rice is fragrant and delicious, but because it's packed together like this, it becomes almost like glutinous chicken rice, and I think I prefer the texture of regular rice over this. The chicken is good as well but I'm a lazy Singaporean and I appreciate boneless chicken more 😅. The soup is really good if you like chicken feet and peanut soup. And it must be noted that you'll rarely find a chicken rice store serving chicken feet soup. This whole tray which is enough for two cost $12.

Some thai hor fun for you? Not so sure why the thai store was selling this becoz this just looks like the hor fun chinese store sells. lolol 🥘 #sundayfunday

I like Cheese Fries, Salted Egg Yolk Fries and Truffle Fries. But what’s amazing here is that 吃Western was actually able to combine all three into a plate of Cheesy Salted Egg Yolk Cereal Fries, and this only causes S$4.50 damage!

When eaten hot, the crispiness of the fries is retained, so the thick salted egg yolk infused cheese sauce is not able to soak into the fries easily. But it’s tested and proven too, that soggy fries does not go well with the sauce. So it’s either you do not enjoy this too slowly, or to share it with a few others.

When I first visited this stall and saw two gentlemen dressing like restaurant chefs, I wondered if they are overdoing it. I think they did, not just in their dress sense, but in the quality of food that they serve.

Take this Steak Frites (S$14.00) for example. 180g of chilled New Zealand Ribeye steak grill to a point with a sort of chargrill finish, then plated so nicely in purple coleslaw and a good serving of fries. Special mention to their homemade red wine and black pepper sauce, which brought out the flavours of the well-cooked steak.

Seriously, if you are presented with this plate of food in a coffee shop, don’t you think they deserve an “A+” for effort in their cooking and plating?

So through the dinner, I was feeling so satisfied savouring the juiciness and the slight fatness of the 1cm-thick steak. The superior quality delivered by this hawker stall somehow puts some restaurant steaks to shame.

I am surely going to come back for more Steak Frites next time!

On the table: BLACK DIAMOND ✨ / Tiramisu / Chocolate Banana Bun. Tiramisu had the softest mascarpone layer and struck the perfect balance between bitter and sweet. Black Diamond, happily, reminded us of the inimitable G Spot by @patisserieg. The rich chocolate mousse packed a punch but the cake was missing some crunchiness. In sum, this bakery was an absolute delight: rustic, traditionalist, nothing too fancy or pretentious about their cakes. Been back twice, will be back again.
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Creamier hardly needs introduction. Comfort food on a warm day! Had peanut butter and jelly and salted gula melaka ice cream - certainly did not disappoint! The waffles were soft and fluffy in the inside.

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$8 a bowl of Unagi Don. The flavors were on the sweet side which made it easy to eat. Couldn’t taste the fattiness of the fish but expectation need adjusted as the price was pretty affordable. .
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I would recommend their curry fried chicken rice and mentaiko sushi roll. Not a bad eat.

Always thought the best carrot cakes are the ones glistening with dark sauce, but this was revolutionary!!! Exterior was eggy and crispy, interior was soft, bouncy, and savoury with a nice piquant taste.

Verdict: 9/10 confirm will come back.

There's just something about buns from neighbourhood bakeries - affordable, simple, yet satisfying and you get to choose from over 20 options. For $3, you get to select 3 buns of your choice and here I have the banana walnut, mushroom vegetable, and tuna (not pictured cos eaten 😛). Buns from neighbourhood bakeries tend to be bigger and denser, hence more substantial, and I love how they're sufficiently generous with the fillings for that price tag.

[8 pcs for $11] was more than enough to feed the 2 of us. The chicken is really super tender! Sauce was also gooood. However the crispy coating will turn soft if you leave it soaked in the sauce for too long. Will be back to try their other dishes!

On a side note, we also ordered the seafood pancake which was SUPER oily. Not recommended.

Of cos the latter would still come earlier though both are as popular.
Other than more eating, the market below is another good way to kill some time, or to walk around catch some Pokémon before coming back to enjoy these yummy dishes.

Ordered the $4 portion on a Saturday morning and waited close to an hour. Carrot cake was crispy and tasty, and the chilli sauce smeared on top was slightly sweet. However, I regretted eating it at 10am as the oily taste was slightly overwhelming for a breakfast meal. Definitely one of the best carrot cakes around though!