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Prawn Noodles

Old school prawn noodle. Can actually taste the sweetness of the prawn broth. Like it because of the clams give extra crustacean taste

Chicken Rice Ball

For $4, you will get boneless chicken meats, 2 rice balls and what surprised me was their soup, which comes with peanuts and chicken leg!

Hakka Yong Soy Foo ($ varies)

Tucked away in the neighborhood of Toa Payoh is this popular stall that normally has a long line in front of it. Choose from the yong tau foo favourites, and I'll recommend the fried beancurd skin, ngor hiang and tao gua. The secret is in the chili sauce so I'll recommend that you order the dry version. Came up to about $4 for this bowl, so it's pretty affordable.

Started like just yesterday?

We did observe that they certainly were still trying to get used to their routines in the stall. But Deanna's was certainly clear what they have to offer. Prawn mee of various prawn sizes (and lobster too) and served only in soup version.
We took the "very big" prawns with clams and those prawns were indeed huge. However, using such "red leg prawns" lacked in sweetness although they were cooked just nice. The clams were fresh and generous in portion too. The stock was probably their family recipe as it tasted really old school in a good way. Might not be the most potent stock but it tasted homely and comforting.
It's great to support entrepreneurs coming back to the hawker so wish they will do well.

Prawn Noodle ($3.50) and Prawn with Clams ($6.50) .

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Newly opened HALA prawn mee at Toa Payoh. My dad and me were curious on how would they create the depth of prawn soup without using pork bone. .
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When the bowls arrived, my dad gave the green light - Smell checked! Color checked! .
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Our conclusion was that the owner used large amount of prawn shell, garlic and shallots to create the depth. It looked simple but required lots of skill to achieve this broth. Because the large amount of shallot and garlic might "burn" the broth if it was not control properly. .
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They fried their own shallot for a better quality control. 100% fresh prawn from the market. 😍😍😍
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For more information, you can check out their IG @denisedeanna

The Daily Press.

Anchovy pasta and zucchini feta pasta set with drinks and soup! 🍝🍝🍴🍴

Ondeh Cake

If cake sets are good for you as an afternoon indulgence, be sure to check out this Ondeh Cake from The Daily Press. Between the layers of pandan sponge is seemingly gula melaka cream and fragrant kaya, and somewhere between those, there are also traces of desiccated coconut. Sweet as it is, pairing it with a hot coffee or tea will be nice.

And, notice now thin the layer of cream is on the side of the cake? Rest assured that the cake will not be a cream overdose for you.

Cake sets are priced at S$10.00 with a cup of coffee or tea included.

Waffles Topped with Earl Grey and Plain Ole Chocolate Ice Cream

mom craved waffles & ice cream late at night, so i had to seize the opportunity to bring my family to try the much-raved... creamier at toa payoh! located conveniently on the ground floor of a hdb block, i was captivated by the sketches of toa payoh which hung on the walls of the shop. we ordered the waffles with 1 scoop of earl grey, 1 scoop of plain ole chocolate ice cream. the scoops were definitely creamy (just as the name promised), rich in flavour and had just the right amount of sweetness. looks like we've found another family dessert place to hit up after a hearty meal! 🍨😚

Not Great

Underwhelmed by the ice cream and waffles. Ice cream was too sweet for my liking and too creamy. Also melted too fast. Crowded and squeezy. Don't think I'll visit again. My friend swears by this though I don't understand why

Ice Cream Waffles

Their waffles never disappoint, warm and crispy on the outside, soft on the inside and paired perfectly with the coldness of the icecream. My Thai milk tea and hokey pokey were rich and flavourful without the overbearing sweetness 💯 my only concern is, are their ice cream waffles worth the stress/confusion that comes with their space constraint and messiness of the entire shop/queue (because you have no idea who are queueing to buy and who are standing there waiting for seats). My verdict: a big fat YES