Will I Return Again? Overall, the dishes at Abundance are quite good. While it does not serve the traditional type of Taiwanese dishes you will find in places like Eat 3 Bowls and 台ONE味 Tai One Wei, it is worth a try if you are in the vicinity.
Just 5 minutes walk away from Redhill MRT station, you will get to this Abundance Taiwanese Style Cafe that is located under the HDB flats.
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Seng Hong Coffee Shop is one of those last surviving old school coffee shop that seemed untouched by time. Visit them while you still can before they bite the dust in this fast paced society.
I love how "crunchy" the mee kia is. Well, not crispy crunchy but al dente crunchy. The marvelous old-school tossing sauce is just enough to coat the noodles without being too wet. You definitely have to ask for their chili sauce even if you cannot take the heat because it is really amazing.
The minced meat noodle stall is opened on alternate Sundays, so do take note as they have a sign in the shop stating if they’ll be open this Sunday. Come get your Bak Chor Mee fix here today!
The Grilled Chicken with Truffle Sauce was nicely grilled, crispy on the outside, fairly tender inside, unoily and flavourful with a good truffle fragrance. The soup was good too – with a nice uneven texture and mushroomy flavour, apparently made from three types of mushroom. All in a pleasant and bright dining area.
A nice breezy cafe set in a community club. The mee siam possessed a good balance. It was sour, piquant, slightly rich and lemak and mildly refreshing. The kopi was a good standard cup. Nice overall.
Whether you need a hangout place, a place to study, or simply somewhere to grab a bite, The Living Room is the perfect place.
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.
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The char siew was nice.
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A worthy place to be at if you have a special reason to be there.
The porridge was gloopy and textural like a good Hainanese porridge.
The well-seasoned pork balls are like little flavor bombs. I think tung choi was also added in the pork mixture. I feel they should only add tung choi to either the porridge or the pork balls. The saltiness is a little overkill here.
As with all new businesses, the first few couple of days are bound to have hiccups so be patient with them as they iron out the issues.
I would 100% head down to visit her stall again for both the mee siam and lontong! Continue reading at Miss Tam Chiak: https://www.misstamchiak.com/jia-xiang/
While many have said that their standard has dropped, I still like it!
I highly recommend visiting this stall as it is at a relatively centralised location of Singapore.
By Chef Pang Kok Keong. Oily and fragrant, nicely cooked chewy noodles and umami meat filled yong tau foo.
Very soon, you will be able to enjoy grilled seafood at night as Hakka Pang will switch to a ‘seafood shack’ concept called Guppies. Expect a variety of grilled fish and seafood served with different dips.
Pang’s Hakka Noodles, Yong Tau Foo and Fishballs at The Sprout Hub (on the ground of the former Henderson Secondary School).
This was a cafe in a rustic kampung like atmosphere, at the old MOE at Kay Siang Road just before Orchard Road. The pho was silky and smooth, in a tasty, light and savoury broth, slightly sweet and chickeny.
But they serve Vietnamese food, like that Chả cá Lã Vọng above. It was pleasantly loaded with a ton of fresh dill, but wasn't particularly generous with the oil, which means that I won't order it again.
Besides the food, this restaurant is rather unique in terms of its decor and setting. The other route leading to the restaurant brings you past some hens and roosters, which makes for some entertainment or even photo op.
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The cafe Alchemist was the main reason I went. I adore the gothic aesthetic that extends inside the cafe and perfectly complements the structure. With brown leather sofas and chandeliers, the café's seating area is similarly decorated in a gothic style.
The humble estate of Bukit Merah has quite a few interesting finds, from cosy cafes like Refuel II to a new Alchemist Coffee outlet tucked away on the second floor of The Mill— a towering dark kitsch-gothic building located behind the main road of Jalan Bukit Merah.
A pretty industrial cafe, in a pretty gothic building right in the middle of the Bukit Merah industrial heartlands, offering a nice milky latte that went down easily. Hipster hangout for now.
While the offering at the Carvery was not extensive, it compensates with good quality ingredients and execution, all in a classy setting.
The service here was alright, just that the plates were not cleared fast. The food quality here was not bad.
We were once again impressed by the food served at The Carvery, therefore, no doubt we recommend Park Hotel Alexandra Spanish-inspired Yuletide Celebration.
Overall, the stall’s comforting wanton mee and warm service make a winning combination that’s worth getting up early for!
The char siew, although not caramelised, was sweet and tender and complemented the noodles very well.
This is a place to go to if you are hankering for really good noodles bathed in a tasty sauce!
The noodles were slightly clumpy but the sauce was fragrant savoury and slightly sweet, lifting the noodles. The wantons was nicely marinated and fragrant and a decent sized orb, with smooth skin, but the char siew was again a tough and papery piece.
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.