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Operating since the early 1990s, this long-serving stall is known for their generous portions and wide variety of desserts.
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Over a mound of soft shaved ice drizzled with a little syrup and lime juice, is stacked layers of slippery honey sea coconut, springy coconut water jelly, ang juicy logan.
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Has lovely bright floral fruity earthy sweet flavour.
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Honey Sea Coconut And Nata De Coco
Blanco Court Cold & Hot Dessert
@ Old Airport Road Food Centre, 51 Old Airport Road #01-137
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Korean Style Jjangmyeon from Old Airport Road Hawker Centre Wooga Jjajang 01-84 !

Rarely do I see korean jjajang myeon sold in hawker centre/coffeeshop, and this was done right!

Slurpy chewy yellow noodles, with flavourful black sauce! I liked that they used minced meat here, good for ppl like me who do not like super fatty pork meat!

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Old Airport Road Food Centre is home to many famous hawker stalls and we were so satisfied with everything that we ordered!

1️⃣Oyster Omelette ($8 medium portion) from Famous Old Airport Road Oyster: Now this is one oyster omelette you have to try. Without using any flour, their oyster omelette is full of egg and I love how some parts were crispy! Their oysters were fresh, plump and succulent, perfect with tangy chilli.

2️⃣Black Char Kway Teow ($5) from Lao Fu Zi Fried Kway Teow: this is a long time favourite among many of the people living around the area. I like how their kway teow noodles were cooked perfectly, as they were still springy! Definitely a decent plate, with fresh cockles and a right balance of sweet and savoury.

3️⃣Spicy Lala Kalguksu ($8) from Wooga Jjajang: one of the newer additions to this hawker centre, their Kalguksu really hit the spot. With just the right amount of spiciness, coupled with a flavourful seafood broth, this is one bowl to get when it rains! The noodles were very springy and there was such a generous amount of clams given!

4️⃣Durian Chendol ($3.50) from Nyonya Chendol: Looking at how thick the gula melaka is, I know this is going to be a good bowl. With a good balance of sweet and savoury, this bowl shouts rich flavours from the thick coconut milk and gula melaka. The durian portion was also generous and it was very fragrant. Perfect end to the meal!

Awesome Muffins.

I loved the Hazelnut the most.

Take note that their last day here at Old Airport Road is expected to be 28th Oct 2023. They will continue to operate at their serangoon Gardens branch.

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First time at gspa. Here’s a cheatsheet on the buffet.
-The ayam penyet is undoubtedly the best tasting thing in the house, crispy with sound effects! Size is reasonable
-curry chicken was yummy
- dim sum was so so
- prawn agio olio was ok, somewhat too salty & portion was small. Swopped prawns for special of the day salmon. Don’t order that alone
- the white wheat dessert was nice, similar to pulot hitam in texture
- there’s a vegetarian table on one side that we almost missed!
- all drinks were a tad big sweet, but the coconut doesn’t feel like it had sugar added!

First time at gspa. Here’s a cheatsheet on the buffet.
-The ayam penyet is undoubtedly the best tasting thing in the house, crispy with sound effects! Size is reasonable
-curry chicken was yummy
- dim sum was so so
- prawn agio olio was ok, somewhat too salty & portion was small. Swopped prawns for special of the day salmon. Don’t order that alone
- the white wheat dessert was nice, similar to pulot hitam in texture
- there’s a vegetarian table on one side that we almost missed!
- all drinks were a tad big sweet, but the coconut doesn’t feel like it had sugar added!

First time at gspa. Here’s a cheatsheet on the buffet.
-The ayam penyet is undoubtedly the best tasting thing in the house, crispy with sound effects! Size is reasonable
-curry chicken was yummy
- dim sum was so so
- prawn agio olio was ok, somewhat too salty & portion was small. Swopped prawns for special of the day salmon. Don’t order that alone
- the white wheat dessert was nice, similar to pulot hitam in texture
- there’s a vegetarian table on one side that we almost missed!
- all drinks were a tad big sweet, but the coconut doesn’t feel like it had sugar added!

Thick cuts of char siew with Hakka noodles. The char siew is made from pork belly hence the slightly fattier cuts. The fat-to-meat ratio of a pork belly results in a tender juicy bite with a slightly charred and caramelised exterior. I chose to skip the rice and went for their Hakka noodles which looks plain but turned out surprisingly good. The noodle was a perfect match, cooked till al-dente and drizzled with lard oil 》$5.80

Fusion BCM with wallet-friendly prices. The seafood ikura pork noodles are cooked till al-dente, tossed in homemade sauce and served with prawn paste, scallop, herh keow, sliced pork, minced pork and ikura. The sliced pork is tender and I enjoyed the bursting flavours of ikura with noodles. The highlight has got to be their herh know that comes packed with flavours 》$6

Arrived at 11.57am and placed my order for one plate of black char kway teow (you can order white as well) at $5.00. The stall supposed to start at 11.45am but today they started preparing late so didn’t start cooking until 12.09am. Already I was #10 in the queue.

Finally got my plate at 12.33pm. By then the queue was 30 plus orders with many still in the queue, yet to place an order.

The plate of char kway teow was not too dry, got some wok heat but a bit sweet. You can ask to add lard bits but no prawns for the small serving. I am guessing only from $8.00 onwards. There’s a few decent sized cockles inside, along with Chinese sausages, bits of fish cake, bean sprouts and a few stalks of Chye Sim vegetables.

Overall a good plate of char kway teow worthy of their Bib Gourmand award. But you must be prepared to queue during peak hours. Maybe 40 minutes or more!

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It has been awhile since my last visit to their outlet in Yishun.

Today I was searching for some snack to buy for tea break and found this stall available in the hawker centre.

The charcoal pancakes seem interesting, which I gotten the peanut and black sesame. The taste wise was okay, nothing too scary.

I enjoyed much of the generous peanut and black sesame filling inside.

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We know there’s many Tanjong Rhu Wanton Noodles stall in Singapore now, and we can’t differentiate the different or authenticity from each of them.

But here at this coffee shop, you could find one of this stall as well; which has indicated the stall started since 1986.

I still love the Hong Kong style of noodle here, topped with the usual char siew and fried wanton. There will be a bowl of warm soup with wanton as well.

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