Category Archives: Chinese

Char Siew Rice at Kim Heng Roasted Meat

This meal was so incredibly satisfying as I haven’t had this for more than 2 years (we both missed a lot of hawker food trying to stay safe during the covid uncertainty period). It was beyond tasty and I could … Continue reading

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Extremely Satisfying: Beo Crescent Hainanese Curry Rice

Been avoiding a lot of places due to covid, but now that we’re living with Covid and the situation is better with herd immunity, we finally got our curry rice fix. My fave is the cabbage but the egg, sunny … Continue reading

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Love the Wok Hei of this San Lau Hor Fun at Ang Mo Kio

My second time at Hong Kong Street Zhen Ji. It’s famous for the Sliced Fish Hor Fun. The Wok Hei is out of this world. The Hor Fun (flat rice noodles) and Ngor Hiang cost S$23 altogether. My partner thinks … Continue reading

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Where I Used My CDC Vouchers #10: Revisited Toa Payoh Lorong 1 Block 127 Dough Fritter Stall, 02-05

The yellow bean hum chim peng was piping hot today and so perfectly good. The salty sweet combo is just heaven to this carb addict. Today there was a young guy at the stall and a lady perhaps the wife … Continue reading

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Where I Used My CDC Vouchers #9: Chey Sua Carrot Cake

I was so glad to see the stall was open today. The last time it was closed even though it was on a day they usually operate. It’s my very first time trying this famous white carrot cake. I asked … Continue reading

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Best Spicy Handmade Noodles

Whenever we get a craving for handmade noodles, Lenu has the consistency that doesn’t disappoint. They didn’t charge for hot water which is great. I like the water almost boiling hot, cos it cools down very fast with the air … Continue reading

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Where I Used My CDC Vouchers #7: My first Visit at Toa Payoh Lorong 1 Block 127 Dough Fritter Stall, 02-05

Extremely rare for me to find green bean ham chin pang (hum chin peng) and the owner here is so nice and friendly. Even after I run out of CDC vouchers, I would definitely revisit. The owner only makes a … Continue reading

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Where I Used My CDC Vouchers #6: Teochew Handmade Pau, Toa Payoh, Lorong 1, Block 127 Hawker Centre

Honestly we wanted to try the famous carrot cake here at this Toa Payoh market and food centre on level 2. (The ground level is the wet market so you got to take the lift or climb up to this … Continue reading

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Favourite Noodles: Kok Kee Wanton Mee

A truly satisfying lunch for S$4.50. Pity you can’t use the CDC Vouchers here, but I think they don’t need the extra business perhaps and that scheme is probably to help hawkers not on our radar yet. This was at … Continue reading

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Shunfu Hawker Centre: Glad I Went there Recently as it’s closed till 26 May 2022

I didn’t realise it would be closed (28 Feb to 26 May 2022) for repairs and Redecoration (as stated on the government website) and I hope there will be some significant improvement. Glad I had my favourite Char Kway Teow … Continue reading

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