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Daily11am - 3pm, 6pm - 10pm, Mon - Sun: 11:00 am - 03:00 pm 06:00 pm - 10:00 pm

+65 62222313
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Great taste of Hakka

Hakka food is interesting to me given that it's part of Chinese heritage, and also cos I'm a Hakka myself.

Tried their food for the first time at the Food Fest - the abacus seeds were delicious! The best I've had to date, though I haven't really had that much, since Hakka food is quite a rarity. Warm comfort food with mushrooms and a yummy sauce. Their red wine chicken was very good on first bite, but perhaps the flavour wears off by the time I got to the end of it. Presentation-wise, it probably looks a little scary given the colour...

Wanted to try their pepper stomach soup and black bean kueh too, but my friend already got so much food. Next time!

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Hakka food is interesting to me given that it's part of Chinese heritage, and also cos I'm a Hakka myself.

Tried their food for the first time at the Food Fest - the abacus seeds were delicious! The best I've had to date, though I haven't really had that much, since Hakka food is quite a rarity. Warm comfort food with mushrooms and a yummy sauce. Their red wine chicken was very good on first bite, but perhaps the flavour wears off by the time I got to the end of it. Presentation-wise, it probably looks a little scary given the colour...

Wanted to try their pepper stomach soup and black bean kueh too, but my friend already got so much food. Next time!

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