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Finally I got the chance to try the seafood soup in an unexpected location at Taman Jurong area.

Wow. The rich and full-bodied broth absolutely blew me away! And it goes so well with the assortment of seafood — thick slices of springy grouper, huge Vannamei prawns, clams and chunky blocks of minced meat with fried sole fish.

Last but not least, the pumpkin rice topped with crunchy silver bait fish, dried sakura shrimps and sesame seeds is so scrumptious and a must-try here!

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Before any one complains about my title, this is what’s written on Takagi’s signboard.

They are cheap. The basic ramen (Takagi Ramen) is $6.90. It comes with ramen, two slices of Cha Siew, spring onion and basically nothing else. Come on for $6.90 in a dine in fast food restaurant, to me that’s a lot. I added a tamago and abalone slices for $1 and $2 respectively and made it into a set for another $3.90. You get a side and a drink. You actually don’t have to as the portion of ramen is quite decent.

Flavour wise, although they claim never to give you soggy noodles, it was a bit soft for me because I prefer my ramen more al dente. Also, it was a tad salty but I have been told before my preference is for very bland food. Special mention for the pickled vegetables that you can choose to add. It is spicy and salty. Would have been nicer if the soup was more bland. Or just add chilli oil.

This place runs 24 hours a day, so if ever you feel peckish and want to get a bowl of ramen, there’s Takagi all over Singapore.

Location: 鱼皇Premium Seafood Soup 101 Yung Sheng Rd, Singapore 618497

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I recommended the Pancake yesterday, from the same coffee shop, there is another stall that is worth a try.

Specialize in Beef Noodle, their Pan-fried Dumpling is actually quite good too. It's crispy at the bottom, packed with generous and juicy filling.

Location: Niu B Noodles 牛B面馆, 101 Yung Sheng Rd, #01-01 STALL 11, Singapore 618497

Their Pancake is one of the better one that I have tried. It's soft and fluffy with a crispy edge and a bit chewy inside. They are located at a coffeeshop just next to Taman Jurong Food Centre.

Location: Famous Ah Long Pancake 101 Yung Sheng Rd, Singapore 618497

Tripitaka journeyed to the West to collect sutras. I journeyed to the West to eat lor mee.

This is probably one of the best lor mee stalls remaining in Singapore. Their bowl of lor mee comes packed full of ingredients - - - braised egg, fish cake slices, fried fish, and fried pork ball.

Their gravy is lighter and less starchy compared to other stalls but I kinda prefer this with loads of garlic and a dash of vinegar. I am not a big fan of their shredded fish (go xin mei xiang if this is what you are going for) which is rather mild tasting. The meat balll though is their main selling point. It is crispy on the outside and sweet and juicy on the inside. They used to allow you to "jia rou wan" but have stopped doing so in recent years because everyone did that and they often sell out the meat balls before they sell out their lor mee.

This is one bowl of lor mee which makes the long arduous trip west worthwhile.

I've discovered that yam and chicken floss seems to be a very popular bread combo, but it sounded quite odd to me to combine the two. Still, my heart belongs to any kind of floss bread so I decided to try it out.

The yam and chicken floss went surprisingly really well together, like pineapple on pizza (yes I will forever be a proud supporter of pineapple on pizza, thank you very much. Odd, yes, but IT WORKS) and the fillings are really well distributed and rather generous! I was shooketh.

What once sounded like a strange combination to me is now one that I will actively look out for when I go bread shopping. I declare that I have been converted to a yam-floss combo worshipper 👏👌

⭐ Rating: 8.3/10
🦖 would I buy again: yes!
💍 would I marry: definitely

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Satisfying plate of Char Bee Hoon & Ngoh Hiang for lunch
Location: @xinsheng.ngohhiong 新生五香虾饼, 3 Yung Sheng Road, Taman Jurong Food Centre #03-163, Singapore 618499
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The queue is always so long and I guess I gets more hungry as I wait. Last min decided to order 3 in 1 featuring their Roast Duck, Roast Meat and Char Siew. Satisfying meal.

Location: Tien Lai Rice Stall (天來飯店), Taman Jurong Market and Food Centre, 3 Yung Sheng Rd, 02-66, Singapore 618499

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We bought 2 ramen, and add on dumpling and drink, and a rice bowl. Here, the only meat that they offer is pork (no chicken and beef). The spicy one is reallly spicy. They offer free noodles but I think the original quantity is sufficient. If you think you'll need more, get it at the start and add it to your soup straight away or else it gets hard and difficult to eat. It has quite a comfortable seating area and is not expensive ($8 range) but did not really like the flavours so wouldn't visit again!

Pork skewers with sushi rice base with assorted sides - pineapple, cherry tomatoes, adamame, wakame seaweed, cucumbers. Sauce is spicy mayo.

Wholesome healthy meal at reasonable prices.

Sous Vide Salmon Bowl - The grain bowl features a large piece of tender salmon sitting on a bed of white rice, sweet pineapple, edamame, cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, and seaweed salad

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