27 Prince George's Park
Prince George's Park Residences
Singapore 118425

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07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

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07:30am - 09:00pm

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Beef with Vermicelli Noodles Claypot 牛肉粉丝煲 (S$5.50)
Available at Tai Ho Soon 泰和順 Stall in non air con FoodClique foodcourt in @nus_singapore ..
Huge serving. Can’t finish it alone.
Packed with glass noodles, beef slices, fried egg, kelp, Szechuan vegetables, corn, golden mushroom, hot dog, taiwan sausage, tau kwa, bean curd puff, straw mushroom, seafood tofu, and xiao bai cai in spicy broth.

Mala Hot Pot (S$5)
Available at Si Chuan Kitchen. Mala Xiang Guo 川味小厨. 麻辣香锅 Mala Hotpot stall in Foodclique food court in @nus_singapore
Sliced pork (S$1)
Luncheon Meat (S$1)
Potato 🥔 Noodle (S$1)
Sliced King’s Mushroom 🍄 (S$0.50)
Frozen Tofu (S$0.50)
Bean Curd Strip (S$0.50)
Lotus Root (S$0.50)
Selected slight spicy 微辣
One of the cheapest Xiang Guo around.


$1.50 for meat portion
$1 for vegetables portion
Very affordable and decent quality mala 👍🏻👍🏻
Tip: Their spiciness level 小辣 => 中辣 , 中辣 => 大辣

Chicken 🐓 Rice Noodle 鸡汤面线 (S$5)
Available at Tian Fu Chinese Delights 天府美食 stall in FoodClique food court in @nus_singapore
Packed with tender cubes of meat, quail egg 🥚, enoki mushroom 🍄, shiitake mushroom 🍄, xiao bai cai, bean sprouts and kelp.
Something soupy for cool weather.

$4.80 Set number 12: Popcorn Chicken
Almost everyone’s favorite of the lot!! 😋
And they recently had Beef knife cut noodles for $5 (dry) and $5.50 (soup)👌🏻🥢

Baos, especially those made in-house, are like one of my ultimate favourite Chinese breakfast dishes because they're so handy and satisfying. And because generosity lies in the blood of Chinese (haha what even), their food is often large in portion and abundant, just like these baos and their fillings. (It may not seem a lot here, but that's because the fillings aren't exactly centered and I happened to tear open at the area where the fillings are less)

Often, the buns made by the mainland Chinese are chewier and that's what I really love. I also appreciated that the fillings aren't too sweet here. The yam (top) was chunky and natural-tasting, the black sesame (bottom) is paste-y and fragrant, and the red bean (not pictured) contains whole red beans!

May be a little pricey at $1.50 each, but they're definitely not the size of the usual buns you get in a typical coffee shop.

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