Cheap & Good: Comfort mee

My $4 plate had three wontons flopped at the side of the plate; a couple of pieces of blanched leafy vegetable strewn across the noodles; and some carelessly scattered slices of char siew.


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Food Picks: Hipster hawker fare

It offers seafood pots with lobster, prawns, mussels and clams; and good old fish and chips. Pick from battered snapper, dory or haddock.


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Food Picks: Mee pok with oomph

When I need my chilli fix, I head to 132 Mee Pok Kway Teow in Marine Terrace, where, in its version of the popular noodle dish, the chilli sings.


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Food Picks: Weekend barbecue bliss

Fabulous hearty food in a laidback outdoor setting with no fuss, where you can eat with your fingers in peace.


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Food Picks: Dim sum delights

Chinese restaurant Shang Palace at Shangri-La Hotel Singapore has introduced a new array of dim sum for summer.


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