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It is 1 of the best claypot bak ku teh that I have try. It is hidden in beauty world hawker center in a isolated part of singapore. The freshness of the pork and the herbal soup makes no regret to travel all the way...More
Top 1 handmade noodle.
With a minimum of $4, you can order a bowl of handmade noodle soup/dry. Excellent taste and very traditional. Worth a try. Add on available such as big prawn, abalone slices and fish.
Typical old mall with quite a few shops already closed. Thrift shoppers may find things of interest here but general crowds would not enjoy the area. Ate at the open air hawker centre found on the highest floor of the centre. Given the small drizzle...More
Not too many reasons to go out of your way to visit this decaying mall in the heartlands. A selection of mediocre and uninspiring shops and not much in the way of excitement. At least now there's an mrt station close by so it's easier...More
The boss is very friendly and helpful. I bought a belt for my daughter overseas and was too big for her. I went to Brazil tailor and he help me to punch 2 additional holes at no costs. I really appreciate his great help! Now...More
Nothing exciting about the shops here, but at the top floor, on the side facing Upper Bukit Timah Road, there's a mixed rice stall which sells very fresh and great tasting curry fish head which is not overly spicy. It's our go-to stall for curry...More
I was astounded by the treatment I received during my experience in beauty world Macs. I came by with a group of 5 around 11.00pm where it wasn't crowded, but somehow people were scattered and there were no tables that could fit 5 of us....More
This place remains the same after 25 years!bit of retro feel. Went to grab some snacks on the 4th floor food centre. About half the vendors not open for biz. However tried the spicy pulled pork burger without the fried. Bit overrated. Costs $5. Worth...More