The laksa tasted quite usual, but is probably the best pick among the ones in the city. Although, Temasek’s laksa was more flavorsome, this one was quite the runner up, especially if you mix it with the chili oil- perfect combination spot on.
Only available at tuesday, friday & saturday. The taste of pork larb is guilt-throbbing but delicious. The har mee’s noodles were a mix of hokkien yellow noodles and thin white vermicelli, with beansprouts and kangkong. I have to admit the prawn servings were rather lacking, but overall the taste was yum.
Singapore Shiok stall at Eating World 25-29 Dixon St, Haymarket
Top to bottom: Har mee, Seafood hor fun.
The Har mee was below my expectations, it did not come out like the picture when we ordered. It certainly did not taste as good as depicted in the food blogs. However, the Seafood hor fun is a generous portion, overflowing with the ‘eggy’ sauce, rice noodles and seafood mixes.
Craved for some real authentic Singaporean and Malaysian street food. Temasek, a true Singapore habitat nestling itself in the small corner of 71 George St, Paramatta.
The laksa was marvellous, I wished I had a whole bowl for myself. The kangkong belacan was my next favorite, despite the fact that it’s all vegs, it was a dish that chili lovers like myself would fancy.