The tongue was sadly unavailable today when I ordered so I ended up with just lamb ribs.
The noodles were springy and tasty, and each of the yong tau foo ingredients was well made, especially the meatball which was crispy outside and juicy and meaty inside.
I tossed it before partaking the first mouthful, it was satisfying though not particularly memorable. I
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Will be back another time.
If you are on a budget and looking for something easy on the pocket yet filling for the stomach, this is a good option however, if you are more particular about your food, you might want to look elsewhere.
The porridge is adequately flavored without having to add any more seasonings.
Quality ingredients and honest cooking methods are his top priorities, and this has led him to continue serving good food to the residents of Bukit Merah for the past 10 years.
Sausage was nice but they bought it from somewhere and simply pan fried it.
9 reviews of ABC Brickworks Market & Food Centre "This is pretty nice as hawker centres go. 1) Open air parking right outside although it gets busy. Need a little patience to wait. As it's by the minute, people don't linger as long. 2) A…
This wanton noodle is decent but I would not go all the way there for it. However, I do not mind having it if I am in the neighborhood. I would probably just tell the auntie to omit the black sauce.
I'm still missing this place once in a while for it has brought me memories of the past. No doubt that the taste might be simple and bare basic for others, I felt that I still prefer the such old-school taste from time to time.
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.
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.
There are 2 stalls by the same name in this food centre by the same owner, the original stall is to focus on roasted meat and the newer stal...
The char siew was nice.
Tasty and flavourful chicken katsu, light and crispy outside and tender and moist inside, with a nice sweet Japanese curry with chunks of potatoes and carrots. Good standard, with a constant queue at the stall.
Offering traditional and authentic Malay cuisines, Nusa & Tara has earned itself another return customer as I will definitely be back to try the Mee Siam and Nasi Lemak!
Apparently each outlet handles their soups a bit differently, and this wasn't the one that Michelin blessed. But I liked it.
The food was not bad per se. Roast pork passed muster but isn't at the level of CH叉R or Roast Paradise.