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The employees of this eatery aim to give the finest service to the diners. Providing excellent food and related services to their diners is their first priority and passion.

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Australia Design Western Food

Block 728 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6, #01-4200, S(560728)

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The Beef Station’s Hainanese-style beef noodles is a popular local delight. You may choose the Soup or Dry version, type of noodles, as well as the type of meat.

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The Beef Station

2 Tai Thong Crescent, #01-05, The Venue Shoppes, S(347836)

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Head to Chicken House and experience chicken rice that reminds you of the flavours of home again. The fresh kampong chicken maintains its original tenderness and flavour.

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Chicken House

255 Upper Thomson Road, S(428923)

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Since 1980, this restaurant has been serving delicious Assam Curry Fish Head for 3 generations of diners. After trying the dish, the diners come back for more!

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Chye Lye Restaurant

No 1 Jalan Legundi, S(759263)

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Dough Culture’s signature Youtiao (Yu Char Kway) is crispy on the outside and soft and fluffy inside. The youtiao’s crispiness lasts for a long time as they are cooked in oil under controlled conditions.

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Dough Culture

1 Woodlands Square, Causeway Point #01-K08, S(738099)

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This mouth-watering wok-fried dish combines fragrant pearl rice grains fried with eggs and scallions, coupled with tender and succulent Australian pork loins.

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Feng Food

930 Yishun Avenue 2, #B1-156 Northpoint City, South Wing, S(769098)

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This dish is a nourishing bowl of black chicken soup that has been boiled with herbs for five hours. The result is a rich and flavourful soup with subtle sweetness from the added black garlic. The tonic soup is pleasant and delicious.

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First Culinary Restaurant

2 Ang Mo Kio Drive Block A, #01-09 ITE College Central, S(567720)

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Tucked away at Yishun Avenue 9, this old-school, no-fuss eatery serves simple, tasty dishes. The house specialty, Hae Mee (prawn noodles soup) is cooked with the freshest ingredients.

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Hai Lu Kong

18 Yishun Avenue 9, Junction 9 Level 2 Stall 37, S(768897)

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Be satiated by Hanwoori’s Korean barbecue set which includes Marinated Pork ribs, Marinated Beef ribs and Pork belly with a signature seasoning made by Hanwoori’s Korean chef. Best enjoyed the authentic Korean way!

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HANWOORI Korean Restaurant

76 Serangoon Garden Way, S(555972)

HappyKampongFishhead

The Teochew-style charcoal fish head steamboat has been prepared for 40 years and charcoal is used for a distinctive flavour. Diners love the fresh fish head and flavourful broth.

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Happy Kampong Seafood

164 Tagore Lane, S(787572)

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Hwa Seafood serves a collection of seafood dishes. The fried soon hock has crisp skin and firm white flesh. The subtle sweetness of the light soy sauce complements the clean flavour of the fish without compromising its crispiness.

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HWA Seafood @ Upper Thomson Road

9 Tagore Lane, #01-02, S(787472)

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The Deep-Fried Fermented Bean Pork Belly is a traditional Malaysian dish. Tender pork belly strips are coated in a savoury marinade of red fermented beancurd and spices, and then deep fried.

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JB Tai Pai Tong

Yishun Industrial Street 1, 2 Northpoint Bizhub, #01-12 (Kim Sam Leng Coffee Shop), S(768159)

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At KL Traditional Chilli Ban Mee, you can try soft, springy noodles served with freshly prepared pacific clams, abalone, eggs, fried shallots and crispy ikan bilis. Do not forget to pair the noodles with its specially prepared chilli sauce.

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KL Traditional Chilli Ban Mee

55 Serangoon Garden Way, S(555951)

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For those who like it hot, Lai Heng’s dry-tossed version delivers a powerful punch. The noodles are extremely springy and pair very well with the spicy chilli, tasty stewed mushrooms and succulent pork toppings.

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Lai Heng Mushroom Mince Meat Mee

51 Toa Payoh Lorong 6, #01-62 Nghee Huat Eating House, S(310051)

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Lau Wang’s signature claypot sesame chicken comes with pieces of boneless chicken drenched in a thick gravy of sesame oil and minced garlic. Those who prefer their food spicy can opt for the version cooked with dried chillies.

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Lau Wang Claypot Delights

681 Punggol Drive, #01-15 Oasis Terraces Mall, S(820681)

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This restaurant began in 1946 on a pushcart in Chinatown. Under third-generation owner Jerome Lim, the fishballs are still made from 100% fish meat that is freshly delivered daily to the outlets.

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Ming Fa Fishball

246B Upper Thomson Road, S(574370)

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The Shredded Chilli with Clams Noodles is a signature dish on the menu. Freshly made noodles are flavoured with clams, chilli, garlic and handmade onion-infused oil, and topped with an exclusive sauce prepared by the renowned chef.

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Noodle Master

71 Woodlands Industrial Park E9, Wave 9 #01-04, S(757048)

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Our authentic Chinese Lanzhou Signature Beef Lamian has been a favourite since 1915. This speciality, which originated in Lan Zhou, is now available in more than 30 outlets worldwide.

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Nuodle Asia

930 Yishun Ave 2, #01-175 NorthPoint City, S(769098)

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Pow Sing Hainanese Chicken rice is a must-try dish. The chicken is superbly tender, silky smooth and juicy. It is steamed until it has attained a wonderful texture, and matches perfectly with special homemade sauces.

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Pow Sing Restaurant

63/65 Serangoon Garden Way, S(555961)

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This eatery takes pride in preparing every bowl of noodles. One of the signature dishes is the Minced Meat Noodles. The ingredients are fresh and generous with springy noodles tossed in special chili sauce.

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Sembawang 505 Minced Meat Noodle

505 Canberra Link, #01-04 MSCP, S(750505)

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The owners of Sembawang Traditional Claypot Rice have years of experience serving one of the best Traditional Claypot Rice. They use the freshest and highest quality ingredients to guarantee freshness.

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Sembawang Traditional Claypot Rice

4 Jalan Tampang, S(758948)

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Siam Square Mookata was one of the first establishments to introduce the mookata (Thai-style hot pot barbecue) dining concept in a hawker centre setting in Singapore. It offers authentic mookata at affordable prices.

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Siam Square Mookata

Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1, Block 332 coffee shop, S(560332)

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The wok-hei seafood hor fun here has fresh prawns, chicken, fishcake and vegetables. The broth is cooked with the seafood into a gravy that is then drizzled onto the hor fun.

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Super Makan Asia

930 Yishun Avenue 2, Northpoint City, #B1-112, S(769098)

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The silky kway chap comes with a delicious special thick gravy prepared with herbs and pork bones. Another must-try comfort food is the house special – braised duck with old-style braised gravy.

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Heng Kee Teochew Porridge & Kway Chap

Block 684 Hougang Avenue 8, #01-977, S(530684)

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This hidden gem along Upper Thomson Road (Springleaf) can boast to be one of Singapore’s best mookata joints! It comes with a tasty broth (no MSG) and flavourful marinated meat cooked over burning charcoal.

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Thai Hao Chi Mookata

908 Upper Thomson Road, S(787111)

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The Wagyu Fried Rice is one of the most popular items on our menu. The aromatic flavours of the wagyu beef and the fluffy coating of egg on the rice grains is definitely a tasty carb option!

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ToriYard

1380 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1, Bishan Park 2, S(569930)

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This is the place to go for crabs, especially Shimmering Sand Crabs. Fresh crabs are infused with white pepper, cheese and butter and then topped with oats.

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Uncle Leong Signatures

83 Punggol Central, Waterway Point #B1-21 (East Wing), S(828761)

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This restaurant maintains its food quality by allowing no shortcuts in the preparation of the dishes. Only the freshest ingredients are used and they do not resort to cheaper options.

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White Restaurant

The Punggol Settlement, 3 Punggol Point Road, #01-10, S(828694)

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Yu Pan Kway Teow Soup is our signature dish. The soup which is not overly seasoned is carefully prepared and cooked for about eight hours, resulting in a tasty dish that is enjoyed by all.

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Yu Pan Kway Teow Soup

120 Canberra Crescent, #01-01, S(750120)