70 Stamford Road
#B1-26/28 University City Campus
Singapore 178901

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06:45am - 09:00pm

06:45am - 09:00pm

06:45am - 09:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Sounded v interesting (altho price was slightly on the steeper side) but hmm not my thing tbh thought it was too oily (huge puddle of oil at the bottom) I think their normal mala is a whole lot btr :-)

From Mee Pok Master within SMU.
Signature Noodle.
Only $5.80 for this tasty bowl of mee pok (flat egg noodles) with soft meat-fish ball, prawn, sliced abalone, braised mushrooms, minced pork and spring onions.
Not bad!

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A newly opened stall in koufu selling a variety of rice bowls (hence their apt name of "Rice Bowl"🤣)

Went for their vegetarian option of braised tofu with an assortment of asian greens and mushrooms. The portion sizes are generous. The dine in bowl that the food is served in is huge, and even the paper takeaway bowl was taller and larger than usual.

The tofu was more like tau kwa actually, with the thick, fried exterior and firm interior. It didn't come in small cubes as i'd anticipated, but rather as one single, huge slab sitting atop the bowl of rice (it literally covered everything else below it lol) I loved the sauce that came with all the greens though. They helped to make the entire rice bowl less plain, and had a rather comforting and familiar "homey" flavour to it.

I saw another person ordering the braised beef option and it looked quite good, the serving of meat not being skimped on at all. Perhaps i'd try that next😊

Attracted by the deep fried crispy chicken.
Together with fried white beehoon and fried egg, only $4.30.


This fried chicken from the Taiwanese food stall at SMU's food court is totally value for money and highly tasty!

Nothing like a bowl of warm yong tau fu noodles on a rainy day! And a splash of sweet sauce/sambal sauce! Glad the chilli was not too sweet and had a kick to it!

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