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Mixed Porridge (S$4.50)
Addon Egg (S$0.50)
Lots of liao. Thick consistency.

Chai Chee Pork Porridge

Using Burpple’s 1-1 main dish - I came back for this crayfish laksa! Fresh seafood 🦞!

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With the tau pok, it acts as a sponge to absorb all the curry goodness too. The bean sprouts, fish cake and chopped chicken are secondary as I can do without and all I need are the noodles and curry all day long.
✨ Ah Heng Curry Chicken Bee Hoon Mee
📍 531A Upper Cross Street, Hong Lim Complex, Unit 02-59, Singapore 051531
🍴 [Self-Funded]

Feature :
💕Grilled oyster with minced garlic.
Plump oyster with light char served with minced garlic.
💰$7.8 per pcs.
💕Grilled fish with Fresh Green Pepper.
Fresh grilled Limbo fish served with fresh green pepper. Is not spicy and the numbness just nice.
💕baby lobster with perilla.
It’s tasty, baby lobster with extra spicy kick from combination perilla, dried chilli and peppercorns. I prefer it deshell.
💕noodle with onion oil.
Al dente noodle toasted in onion oil.
💕sticky rice cake.
💕Jumbo Lemon lime drink

📍Tan Yu.
313 Orchard road, #B3- 30/31/32

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was treated to a good meal at Masizzim! ordered the highly-raved rice balls with crab meat, steamed egg with cheese, beef stew and the kimchi fried rice — everything was incredibly delicious & pleasant! would highly recommend to those looking for authentic korean food

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had a really great meal at masizzim! kimchi fried rice was yummy and the beef stew was hearty w fork tender beef pieces. egg with cheese was simple and light. especially loved the crab and roe rice balls, which we got the opportunity to roll them ourselves. would come back agn!

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Well some people would love this dish and you have no reason not to get this as well. Pairs well with a bowl of bak kut teh.

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Another side dish worth getting would be this braised fried beancurd. Soft and chewy with every pieces.

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This is always a nice place to have some warm bowl of bak kut teh, and never stop me to return back for more.

This time I also gotten some other dishes from the menu, such as this one. The braised pig’s trotters comes with juicy and chewy skin.

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Nestled along Tanjong Pagar Road, Red Holic is a short walk from Tanjong Pagar MRT. Visiting on a Saturday afternoon, the place was not overly crowded but the seats were quickly filled as we ate. The lady (presumably the boss) was really nice, offering chairs to customers for their bags.

We ordered a set of 2 pax tteokbokki, which came with a serving of instant noodles, glass noodles, a hard-boiled egg, 2 deep-fried dumplings, fish cakes, cabbage and rice cakes that came in different forms - long thin strands, thicker but shorter cuts, and some that had mozzarella or sweet potato fillings. While we initially told the lady boss we wanted level 3 spicy level, she was afraid that it’d be too spicy for us and suggested that we first opt for level 2. She gave us another serving of chili flakes in a saucer for us to add to the broth if we didn’t find level 2 spicy enough. (We didn’t use it though hahaha) She also shared that the chili sauce for the broth was imported from Korea and can’t be found here.

Having seen reviews online for this place, we were excited to add on the cheese fall (+$8.9), where molten mozzarella cheese was poured over our ingredients. The cheesiness went well with the sweet and spicy flavors of the broth.

While we did enjoy the ingredients, we somehow wish there were more items apart from the carbs. Perhaps it might be a good idea to get the pork cutlet, beef brisket or crispy chicken instead of the plain tteokbokki, but we were also afraid that the serving would be too large for the two of us. We couldn’t finish most of the tteokbokki because of how filling these dense rice cakes were. Maybe the portion size would be much better for 3 pax.

Take note that the place doesn’t provide complimentary water and mineral water is chargeable.

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