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(Closed) 1901 Hotdogs

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1901 Hotdogs is located at Suntec City Mall and serves American Food.

Daily: 10am - 10pm, Mon - Sun: 11:00 am - 10:30 pm

+65 68367764
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It's great for a quick bite!

Thursday (6 Sept 07). I had a heavy and late breakfast, so I decided to get a light lunch. I had a Black Peppy Hotdog at $2.50 for my lunch. It's basically a chicken sausage in a hotdog bun topped with sesame seeds, and covered with a black pepper sauce.

The sausage was above average. The sesame seeds on the bun made it unique, and I enjoyed it. I also liked the black pepper sauce; it was think and spicy. It's great for a quick bite!

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Thursday (6 Sept 07). I had a heavy and late breakfast, so I decided to get a light lunch. I had a Black Peppy Hotdog at $2.50 for my lunch. It's basically a chicken sausage in a hotdog bun topped with sesame seeds, and covered with a black pepper sauce.

The sausage was above average. The sesame seeds on the bun made it unique, and I enjoyed it. I also liked the black pepper sauce; it was think and spicy. It's great for a quick bite!
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Food/Drink
Value
Ambience
Service

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