In this video, we headed over to Amoy Street Food Centre to do a $100 hawker food challenge! I’m joined by my Taiwanese friend @艾莉愛吃 Ali Eats which is also ...
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Honestly, i should be happy that it wasn't horrid tasting; just that it fell below expectation. Regardless, it didn't stop my mom and i from cleaning up the plate.
The good quality of the noodles is also something which keeps me coming back whenever I am in the vicinity.
better than I thought it would be, including not just the quality of the meat, but also the broth, which was almost velvety, if that's even a way to describe phở broth.
Yes, the spicy version was tasty enough for me to inhale this quickly, but in all honesty, I'd much rather have rice rather than noodles.
Recommended by Johor Kaki, and many others before him. The noodles were soft and the sauce was really plentiful, flavourful and strong without being overwhelming – ketchup sweet, vinegary, savoury and lardy. Sweeter and more tangy than many others. The fishballs were standard springy ones with good fish flavour, minced pork fresh and savoury, liver crunchy, mushrooms juicy and earthy. The soup was also porky, rich and tasty. Nice.
The noodles and all components continued to be good. The sauce was addictive, with some pork lard and sweet prawn flavour, while the noodles were really qq. The pork belly was especially tender and unctuous. The only drawback was the onsen egg, which was a bit too watery and flavourless. And I missed the prawn wrapped with potato strips. But otherwise still very good and nice.
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Taking advantage of a staycation at Singapore’s central business district, we decided to check out Amoy Street Food Centre, which re-opened ...
To my surprise, the broth here was a bit on the sweet side, but I still finished it to the last drop given that it was deep and savory.
Their rice had a pleasant coconut flavour which I liked.
Overall, Spice & Rice brings a fresh take on a dish that we already know all too well.
It’s still a pretty quiet stall, but I can only imagine the growing queues once this article goes out.
We went on a Sunday to have lunch and that was probably the last Sunday that they will stay open. They have recently announced on their Face...
An old school comforting drippy sauce type wanton mee with unique char siew and stewed big mushroom combo.