Have been coming to this coffeeshop for the famous Fried Oyster and Char Kway Teow ever since they moved from the old wet market area at Hougang Ave 3. Haven’t really tried this Ban Mian stall so I decided to give the Ma La Ban Mian and fried gyoza a try. As you can see, she has a lot of variety so good luck making your choice for your meal!
What I like about this stall is that the lady manages it all by herself. From prepping, cooking, deep frying, taking orders, packing food, collect money, etc. I believe she was from China but has been here in SG very long already. Very friendly and accommodating.
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Touted as one of the best 汤包 (soup dumplings) in Shanghai and I’ve been here a couple of times. Good thing is that they make these dumplings on the spot. Prices are cheap too as compared to your Crystal Jades-alike restaurants. Check out some of the samples I’ve tried below:
Rating: 4.5/5. Not full 5 cos of the ambience.
Taste: Really nice with lots of soup inside every dumpling. Eating there while piping hot is recommended. Although they have frozen ones for you to bring home and steam them yourself. The soups are pretty nice as well but I detect MSG.
Portion: One tray has 12 dumplings.
Ambience: Location in a shop within a neighbourhood. Not very conducive. But I was there for the dumplings.