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Please visit the Canteen! Different stalls will serve different cuisines. The food is ⭐️

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Awarded Michelin Bib Gourmand in 2019 & 2021, Fu Ming Cooked Food is pretty popular for its Fried Carrot Cakes (SGD3/4/5) that’s available in both white or black version. They also sell Bak Zhang at SGD1.60 each. Anyone tried it before?😬

👉Black & White - SGD5

Soft and QQ, there’s no doubt their “kway” stood out from the factory-made ones in terms of texture and taste. Sad to say but it would be a lot more enjoyable if it was less greasy…🥲

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️

📍Fu Ming Cooked Food
Redhill Food Centre
85 Redhill Ln 01-49, S150085
🚇#widRedhill

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The immediate difference here is the addition of bean sprouts, which lend a satisfying crunch and a mild smoky vegetal sweet flavour.
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Their carrot cake is soft, cut in large irregular cubes so the outside turns slightly crisp, while the inside remains moist.
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The white is more popular, with a smoky savoury sweet salty eggy flavour. But I personally prefer the black, for its stronger sweet eggy savoury salty flavour.
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You can opt for no bean sprouts if you like. Also, be prepared to queue for at least 15 minutes.
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Carrot Cake / Chye Tow Kueh
Delicious Fried Carrot Cake
@ Redhill Market, 85 Redhill Lane #01-33
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More details:
https://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.com/2022/05/best-of-singapore-hawkers-carrot-cake-chye-tow-kueh.html

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Specialist in the black version, this stall is easily spotted with their old-school Mickey Mouse signage.
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Hawker couple Goh Chye Oo and Lim Chin Hong makes their carrot cake from scratch, the effort taking about 7 or 8 hours, the fresh daikon radish shredded, seasoned, and kneaded over 100 times to achieve a soft, bouncy texture.
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Frying with a generous blanket of eggs and double lacings of sweet dark soy sauce, each bite is a greasy smoky burst of sweet savoury salty eggy flavour, with hints of crispy bits.
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Their rendition is slightly more oily than elsewhere, but has its fans.
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Carrot Cake / Chye Tow Kueh
Fu Ming Cooked Food
@ Redhill Food Centre, 85 Redhill Lane #01-49
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More details:
https://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.com/2022/05/best-of-singapore-hawkers-carrot-cake-chye-tow-kueh.html

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The noodle was thicker than usual noodle, springy, chewy toasted in the homemade sauce, minced pork, pork lard and chilli. Served with yong tau foo and fried chicken wing.
Downside is the noodle portion quite small for $8.8.
Don’t forget to order coffee from @pyroast (photo #2), it’s legit coffee.
💰$8.8
📍Pang’s Hakka Delicacies and Pyroast
102 Henderson Road
Sprout Hub

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Not gonna lie, I wasn’t expecting @pitypartypasta Burnt Carrots with Wolfberry Dressing ($4 a portion excluding delivery charge) to be that burned. I was expecting a nice char on the carrots, not for it to be burnt & blistered. Still, the carrots themselves are edible once you’ve scraped off the inedible burnt bits.⠀

That wolfberry dressing seems to be the only seasoning these charred carrots get, and that dressing is STRONG. You smell it before you eat it, and I must say that it’s quite an attractive aroma. As for the taste, the sweet carrots further amplify the sweetness of the wolfberry dressing, and due to the medicinal qualities of the wolfberries used, it does end up tasting like exceptionally pleasant tasting medicine.⠀

What these Burnt Carrots desperately needed was a good dose of salt to counteract the saccharine dressing and the natural sweetness of the carrots. In its current iteration, the Burnt Carrots aren’t a great side dish, but I do see potential for it to be a splendid side piece.

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@pitypartypasta has recently restarted operations in the incredibly bussin’ suburb of Joo Chiat, albeit this time as a delivery/takeaway only concept. Their menu has expanded a bit from their Sprout Hub days, and what I’m (almost) certain is a new arrival to the party is their Pork Ragu Pasta ($16, excluding any possible delivery charge).⠀

A tantalising tomato ragu that’s gloriously laden with lots of minced pork is ladled onto tortiglioni, and that’s all she wrote. It seems to be a common theme of pasta dishes: incredibly simple ingredients that rely on the quality of said ingredients & the skill of the chef to be delicious. Pity Party is definitely all party & no pity, because their chef has the skills to pay the bills and they’ve got some top quality ingredients to work with.⠀

The ragu isn’t particularly liquid, and is more ‘minced meat with a bit of sauce’. It makes sense when you consider that they primarily do deliveries, and that dummy thicc ragù got me licking my lips. It’s perfectly balanced in all departments: it’s slightly tangy from the tomatoes, slightly sweet from the tanginess getting balanced out, and sufficiently salty to provide satisfaction. It was gloriously garlicky, and had a healthy amount of herbs in it that gave it an amazing aroma. Rosemary, thyme and sage are the holy trinity of herbs, and you can’t name a more iconic trio.⠀

As for the tortiglioni, which is rigatoni’s big brother, it was just over al dente, with a delightful bite to each big noodle offset by just the right amount of softness. These hollow canals were the perfect mode of transport for the marvellously meaty ragù, as it is strong enough to withstand the weight of the mouthwatering meat sauce.⠀

With utter bangers like this palatable pork ragù pasta, it’s gonna be a pity if you miss out on this pleasurable party.

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4/5⭐️
aerated soft fluffy bun with faint milky aroma and cream cheese filling

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Was dining at Redhill Food Centre, saw a new signboard with a familiar name. Didn't know that one of my fav Nasi Briyani, Allauddin’s Briyani has a new outlet here

For those who are looking for a nice plate of Briyani around this area, this is worth a try.

Location: Allauddin’s Briyani, Redhill Food Centre, 85 Redhill Ln, Singapore 150085

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soft bun with a faintly milky taste, and is filled with sweet potato paste. the aesthetics is a huge bonus, if this bun was a pillow i’d hug it forever heehe

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Opened on 16 Jan 2022, Yi Qian serves up Cantonese and Teochew fare helmed by ex-Golden Palace Chef Raymond (莊港明) who started off as an apprentice in HK’s famous Lei Garden. The entrance of the restaurant is tucked away in a commercial building along Leng Kee Road. Worth a visit to bring family or clients who enjoy Chinese to some place different, a hideout of surprising and tasty takes on Cantonese/teochew fare. The menu can be customised to your guests’ taste.

This pig’s stomach and chicken soup serves 4-6 and is a whole kampung chicken wrapped in a pig’s stomach boiled in white pepper soup. Broth is boiled for 4 hrs in high heat with a myriad of spices. Pre order required.

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Enjoyed this sweet finish, where the soft yam sticks are covered in a frosted outer coating which would make it irresistible for those who would normally veer away from yam.

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