Only kway teow with no noodles. Quite moist and oily, with the kway teow quite distinct although fairly soft with some bite. Not a bad char kway teow, with a slightly sweeter flavour profile, although not overly so.
No doubt that the Hokkien Mee fits the basic criteria of a plate of traditional noodle, it is of a saltier side. Nonetheless, it does has its traits like a little "Wok Hei" flavours and those "Gu Zhao" taste with noodles soaking up the goodness from the stock.
Indeed, the steamed fish was nicely done and the texture of the flesh was soft and succulent. The sauce, which was swimming with tomatoes, mushrooms, and preserved vegetables had just the right balance of sour and savoury flavours.
For such quality of food and gelato, its absolutely worth a comeback!
Geometry Gelato Cafe is not new and I was aware of its existence even before the pandemic. However, there are just too many food around tha...
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The tongue was sadly unavailable today when I ordered so I ended up with just lamb ribs.
In Singapore, Fatty Cheong at ABC Market is synonymous with "bu jian tian" 不见天 char siew to go with their egg noodles or plain rice.