Mr and Mrs Mohgan’s Super Crispy Roti Prata

I’ve been wanting to try the roti prata at this place for the longest time (some say that it is the best prata in Singapore), but keep missing the opportunity if I have a lay in on Saturday mornings (it is not surprising if we have lunch at 3pm!).

Finally I managed to get both hubby and myself out of the house earlier and reached there just in time for lunch!

Mr and Mrs Mohgan’s is located at an old coffee shop along Crane Road. Parking may be difficult to find here as it is along the roads but you will have better luck parking at the HDB carparks in the vicinity.

Here’s a closer look at their menu and I must say the prices here are quite cheap considering the inflating costs these days.

We ordered one kosong (i.e. plain), one egg prata and 2 plasters.

These were old school pratas reminiscent of my childhood days. The kosong was fluffy and crispy around the edges. I found this to be the crispiest out of those that we had ordered here.

The egg prata felt like it had more egg than prata in each mouthful and thus had a different feel when you bite into it. I usually prefer having kosong when I eat prata but I quite liked this one. As for the plasters, the sunny side up eggs are cooked perfectly and the yolks will ooze out when you break them.

Is it really the best in Singapore? Well, I think it’s down to personal preference as I like my pratas to be even crispier. Their curry is yummy and I would definitely go back again for their food!

In addition, the Mrs is a friendly lady, who thanked us and bade us goodbye when we left after eating. 🙂

Mr and Mrs Mohgan’s Roti Prata Shop
Poh Ho Restaurant (it’s actually a kopitiam)
7 Crane Road, Singapore 429356.


Opening Hours: 6:30am to 1:30pm
(Closed on Tues/Wed, 3rd week of the month, but check at the stall as the dates of closure may differ – during our visit, there was a sign listing the dates of closure)

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Hojiak Black & White Rojak

The name of this rojak stall initially made me raise an eyebrow as the word “hojiak” means “delicious” in Hokkien, a Chinese dialect. They must be pretty confident of the taste of their food to use this name!

I don’t know why I’ve never noticed white rojak existed in Singapore until now, as I’ve always only eaten the black one (i.e. the usual ones with shrimp paste)!

As this was also my first time patronising this stall, I wanted to try both the white and black versions and so I ordered the smallest serving of each.

White Rojak (Left) and Black Rojak (Right):

It was difficult to choose which one was better as both were good! The white one (technically it looks more yellowish brown than white) is served with sour plum sauce instead of hae ko (shrimp paste) and thus is suitable for vegetarians. I found this version to be quite refreshing and more like an appetizer!

Apart from the sauces used, the ingredients in both versions are similar – cucumber slices, pineapple slices, turnip slices, beansprouts, a sprinkling of diced peanuts over the top and also youtiao (dough fritters) and taupok (deep-fried tofu) that have been toasted until they were crisp, which is exactly how I like them.

So was it “hojiak“? Well, I’m glad to say that the rojak was good enough to live up to the stall’s name! ^_^

Hojiak Black & White Rojak
Blk 846, Yishun Ring Road, Singapore 760846.


The stall used to be located at Blk 848 but due to the increase in rental, they decided to move over to Blk 846 (and still remaining in the same neighbourhood so that their regular customers can find them).

Nearest MRT: Khatib

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Yan Ji Seafood Soup (炎記海鮮湯)

I chanced upon some reviews of this stall selling seafood soup in Woodlands and decided to go check it out as they have a version with crayfish!

Yan Ji Seafood Soup is located at the Woodlands Centre Road Food Centre, just a stone’s throw from the Woodlands Checkpoint. It was rather inconvenient for me to get there as I live in the north-east of the island, but curiosity got the better of me! ^_^

Since it took some effort to travel there, I decided to go for the most expensive item on their menu – Crayfish Seafood Soup (蝦婆海鮮湯)! This is being sold at 2 prices – $10 and $12. When I asked what the difference was between the two, I was told that the type of fish is different – i.e. $10 comes with “normal fish” (i.e. dory) and $12 comes with garoupa.

The uncle also asked if I wanted to order their pig trotters but both my hubby and I are not fans of this dish and so we gave it a miss. I did however add on some fish maw ($2) to my seafood soup.

I have to say that this is the most expensive seafood soup that I’ve ordered to-date at a hawker centre!

The ingredients in this bowl included 1 crayfish, prawns, garoupa, fish maw, meatballs and tomato. I liked the taste of the flavourful soup, which seemed to have some slivers of dried scallop in it, but felt that the soup was a little on the salty side, so you’ll definitely need to have this with rice! Typically seafood soups don’t have meatballs in them, so I thought this was quite unique and tasty as the minced meat seemed to be mixed with bits of dried sole fish!


Yan Ji Seafood Soup (炎記海鮮湯)
Blk 4A, Woodlands Centre Road
#02-11 Woodlands Centre Road Food Centre
Singapore 731004.


Opening Hours: Tues-Sun 11:00 – 20:30 (Closed on Mon)

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Chinatown Food Street

The Chinatown Food Street comprises of a selection of 24 hawker stalls which offer a variety of local food (dishes priced between S$2.50 to S$10.00). These hawker stalls take the appearance of street carts, reminiscent of the olden days at Chinatown. There are also 6 shophouse restaurants in the vicinity, some of which are branches of well-known restaurants in Singapore.


If you are a night owl and wondering where to go for supper, this is one of the places in Singapore which may be able to satisfy your cravings with the wide selection of food found in a single location! From now until 18 Feb 2015, the Food Street will be open until 2am (usual operating hours are from 11am to 11pm).

Just for CNY, festive decorations can be found at the Chinatown Food Street, as well as the surrounding area. There will be games which families can participate in, as well as the lighting of sparklers.


This can also be a non-traditional venue for you to have your reunion dinners or have a casual CNY celebrations with friends as Yusheng is available here ($28 for small, $38 for large).

Don’t worry if you are a newbie to this Chinese New Year dish or if you’ve forgotten the steps required to mix in the various ingredients, as a fact sheet is provided with the Yusheng.

We had an Emcee to guide us through the steps – doesn’t he look familiar? I used to see him on local TV but I can’t recall his name. (Note: He was there much earlier when the TV crew was shooting a CNY show with some MediaCorp artistes, after which we were privileged to have him come over to help us with the “lo hei”)

Before the tossing of the yusheng:


Thankfully, we were quite civilized and didn’t create a mess, so not much was wasted. ^_^

The dishes featured in this post were part of a “lo hei” supper with some fellow food bloggers last weekend and we had a great time! However, I don’t normally take supper so I couldn’t really eat much after the yusheng. :p

Chong Chong Ngoh Hiang Prawn Fritter (忠忠五香酥虾饼) – Mmm…tasty and the prawn fritter was crispy.

Newton Circus Ahmad Ibrahim Satay – The satay was quite nice and it would have been perfect if it wasn’t that charred at the top.

Char Siew and Siew Yoke Rice from Tiong Bahru Meng Kee Roast Duck (中峇魯明记烧鸭) – the char siew was not bad and I loved the crackling on the siew yoke as it was very crunchy!

Char Kway Teow from Food Street Fried Kway Teow Mee (美食街炒粿条面) – I have certain favourite stalls in Singapore for this dish, so to me this was just passable.

Mala Beef Noodle Soup from Odeon Beef Noodles (奧典牛肉粉) – the beef was tender but somehow the soup wasn’t as spicy as I thought it would be (i.e. it doesn’t numb your lips and mouth) and I guess probably the level of spiciness caters more to tourists.

Sin Ming Road Rong Cheng Bak Kut Teh (新明路榕城肉骨茶) – this is the peppery version

Bugis Street Famous Hainanese Chicken Rice (白沙浮亚发驰名海南鸡饭) – I was too full to try this!

Rojak (a local Chinese salad of sorts)

Popiah (non-fried spring roll) from Maxwell Road Soon Soon Popiah . Laksa (麦士威路顺顺薄饼. 叻沙)– Don’t let this sit for too long else it will turn soggy.

Kueh Pie Tee – one of my favourite foods!

Goreng Pisang (fried banana fritters), Samosas and a Spring Roll from Chinatown Enak Fritters (牛车水炸香蕉) – These were quite nice snacks and the bananas were sweet! A friendly uncle mans the stall and if you buy more, he might surprise you and give you a small discount! ^_^

How about washing all that food down with a refreshing Coconut from Chinatown Food Street Hot/Cold Beverage . Fresh Fruit Juices (牛车水美食街冷热饮料 . 鲜果汁)? Soo good!!

Well, we didn’t managed to eat from all 24 hawker stalls but here’s a listing:

Street Hawker Stalls Specialty

Stall Unit Number

Boon Tat Street BBQ Seafood (文达烧烤海鲜) Singapore


Thim Kee Curry Chicken Noodle (添记咖喱鸡面) Teochew


Bugis Street Famous Hainanese Chicken Rice (白沙浮亚发驰名海南鸡饭) Hainanese


Katong Keah Kee Fried Oysters (加东加记蠔煎) Teochew


Balestier Abalone Noodle (马里士他鲍鱼面) Singapore


Tiong Bahru Meng Kee Roast Duck (中峇魯明记烧鸭) Cantonese


Food Street Fried Kway Teow Mee (美食街炒粿条面) Teochew


Chinatown Cheng Kee Hokkien Mee (牛车水成记炒福建面) Hokkien


Geylang Lor 9 Fresh Frog Porridge (狮城芽笼九巷活田鸡粥) Singapore


Chomp Chomp Goodluck BBQ Chicken Wings (忠忠好运烧烤鸡翅膀) Singapore


Odeon Beef Noodles (奧典牛肉粉) Hainanese


Chong Chong Ngoh Hiang Prawn Fritter (忠忠五香酥虾饼) Teochew


Sin Ming Road Rong Cheng Bak Kut Teh (新明路榕城肉骨茶) Teochew


Joo Chiat Ang Moh Noodle House (如切红毛面家) Cantonese


Chinatown Ah Hock Steamed Fish Head (牛车水亚福松鱼头) Singapore


Serangoon Raju Indian Cuisine Indian


Chinatown Crab Master (牛车水蟹厨神) Singapore


Newton Circus Ahmad Ibrahim Satay Malay


Maxwell Road Soon Soon Popiah . Laksa (麦士威路顺顺薄饼. 叻沙) Singapore


Chinatown Food Street Hot/Cold Beverage . Desserts (牛车水美食街冷热饮料 . 甜品) Singapore


Chinatown Food Street Hot/Cold Beverage . Fresh Fruit Juices (牛车水美食街冷热饮料 . 鲜果汁) Singapore


Chinatown Enak Fritters (牛车水炸香蕉) Singapore



Shophouse Restaurants Address
Chen Fu Ji Restaurant 23 Smith Street
Fatty Weng Restaurant 39 Smith Street
Koo Kee 21 Smith Street
Holland Village X.O. Fish Head Bee Hun Restaurant 15A Smith Street
Noodle Man 19 Smith Street


Not quite the best of the best versions of local food, but it is a convenient location which houses a wide selection of different dishes if you are dining with a group of friends who have different cravings.

I would recommend this place to those visiting Singapore for the first time as it has a good representation of the various local cuisine and would be an excellent place for tourists to be initiated into the flavours of the country!

Chinatown Food Street
335 Smith Street, Chinatown, Singapore 050335.

Opening Hours:
Daily 11am – 11pm
The operating hours for the Chinatown Food Street have been extended until 2am daily from now to 18 Feb 2015 (i.e. only the 24 hawker stalls), i.e. leading up to Chinese New Year (CNY). Closed on 19 Feb 2015.

There is also an ongoing promotion – from 13 Feb to 3 March, spend S$10 in a single receipt at Chinatown Food Street and get a 20% discount voucher off Trick Eye Museum admission tickets (up to 4 tickets) – remember to collect the discount coupon directly from the stall holders. Terms & Conditions apply: The voucher is valid until 31 March 2015 only.

Getting There by MRT:
Chinatown MRT, Exit A.

Chinatown is bustling with activity during the few weeks leading up to Chinese New Year. If you are shopping at the night markets and feel famished, just hop over to the Food Street as it’s just a stone’s throw away.

Who knows – you may even spot a UFO there! ^_^

Wishing you a Happy and Prosperous Year of the Goat!!

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Bee Kee Wanton Noodles (美記雲吞面)

Bee Kee Wanton Noodles (美記雲吞面) opened in March 2014 and my friend Vincent raved about their wonton noodles, so I went to try it last month but had been too busy to blog about it.

However, I had recently heard that they also sell Truffle Noodles although it is not on the menu (i.e. secret menu), thus I went back to find out if it was true…

When I arrived at the stall, I enquired about the Truffle Noodles and guess what – they do indeed sell it!! Curious moi then asked why it wasn’t listed on the menu and I was told it was because this dish takes a longer time to prepare!

You can order the truffle version of either the wonton noodles or braised pork soft bone noodles. Their recommendation is to have it with the braised pork and mee pok instead of mee kia as the mee pok has more surface area to be able to soak up the truffle gravy.

Ok, I went with the recommended combination and was eagerly anticipating how it would taste, whilst waiting for the dish to be prepared…

Braised Pork Soft Bone Truffle Noodles (滷肉軟骨松露面) – $6.50 per serving
This is more expensive than the other items on their menu but it is still cheaper than having truffle noodles in a restaurant! Was worth the price? I must say that I do like it and agree that the mee pok can soak up the truffle gravy which is found buried beneath the noodles. Make sure you mix well in order to evenly coat the noodles with the sauce! This will then result in every mouthful of the noodles having a fragrant mushroomy taste and it was a symphony for my taste buds! (Oops…I didn’t take a picture of the gravy as I was too busy slurping it all up! LOL…)

Loved the flavour of the braised pork with soft bones as it was well marinated, the meat wasn’t dry and it tasted somewhat like those canned stewed pork which you can find in the supermarkets. I was expecting some crunch from the bones when I bit into the tasty morsels of meat but to my surprise the bones were so soft that you don’t even know they’re there!

I don’t usually eat mee pok as I find the kansui (lye water) taste is stronger in mee pok than mee kia. However, the noodles here don’t have that alkaline taste and that suited me just fine!

The next few dishes were what I had tried on my first visit…

Wanton in Chilli Oil Vinegar (紅油抄手) – My friends ordered this and I sampled one. The wonton went well with the sourness of the vinegar and spiciness of the chilli oil – somehow its taste reminded me of bak chor mee but without the noodles! I love vinegar so this dish appealed to me very much! Haha…

Original Wanton Noodles (招牌雲吞面) – This noodle dish comes with aburi char siew and both steamed and fried wontons. The noodles were nice and springy but I felt the sauce seemed to lack something and I couldn’t quite put my finger on it. I then had an idea and took the sauce from the “Wanton in Chilli Oil Vinegar” dish, mixed it into the noodles and voila – it was perfect! My hubby scolded me as this was wonton mee and not bak chor mee but I felt the culmination of flavours was perfect and the noodles tasted good with the vinegar and chilli oil!!

Verdict:  The braised pork soft bone meat was delicious and I will most definitely go back again for the truffle noodles! This is one of the places to go to if you need an inexpensive truffle fix! ^_^

Bee Kee Wanton Noodles (美記雲吞面)
Blk 2, Lorong Lew Lian
Chuen Kee Restaurant
Singapore 531002.

Tel: +65 9327 2213

Opening Hours:
Tuesday-Sunday 7:30am – 2:30pm
Closed on Monday.

Getting There:
Nearest MRT: Serangoon station, take exit D and walk for about 5 min.

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Lim Hai Sheng Cooked Food

One of the best fried carrot cake (white) can be found at the Ang Mo Kio Central Market & Food Centre.

The carrot cake itself is soft and is well covered with egg – this combination is perfect as it is crispy around the edges with a nice fragrant eggy flavour! The picture below is of the $4 serving size and comes with sambal chilli which goes well with the carrot cake.

Definitely a must try but do note that the guy frying the carrot cake has a bit of an attitude which could rub people the wrong way.

Lim Hai Sheng Cooked Food
Blk 724, Ang Mo Kio Ave 6,
#01-09 Ang Mo Kio Central Market & Food Centre,
Singapore 560724.

Opening Hours: Daily 8am-3pm, 7pm-8pm

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Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak

After eating the “Power Mee Rebus” the other day, we heard about a “Power Nasi Lemak” and decided to go check it out…..this took us to Boon Lay where we found the Haji Maksah Berkat Chahya Food stall. They have several branches in Singapore but this is their main stall.

There was already a long queue when we arrived so it was quite easy to locate the stall. Anyway, the service is quite efficient so the queue clears rather quickly.

There are standard nasi lemak sets (fish or chicken) or you can take your pick from the variety of dishes that are available. It was a tough decision as there were too many dishes to choose from and you’ll feel like ordering everything!! Sambal chilli and a slice of cucumber are included regardless whether you order the set or not.

This is the standard chicken set which comes with a chicken wing, fried egg and ikan bilis (i.e. fried salted anchovies).

I opted to choose my own dishes and went for the chicken wing, long beans, sambal mussels and banana leaf otah.

I found the rice here tastes different from most other nasi lemak that I’ve eaten. Their rice has a rather light coconut milk taste and also has a hint of ginger in it, which makes it feel a little like you are having chicken rice instead of nasi lemak rice, but it was still nice. The chicken wing was crispy and had a nice seasoning, ikan bilis was fresh and crispy and the roasted peanuts were nicely done too. I found the sambal chilli was a little bit sweet but overall went well with the rice and other dishes. The banana leaf otah was good and the sambal mussels tasted just the way I like them. Yum!

Verdict: Definitely worth a second visit!

Haji Maksah Berkat Chahya Food Stall
Blk 221B, Boon Lay Place,
#01-106 Boon Lay Food Centre,
Singapore 642221.

Opening Hours:
Mon: 18:00 – 04:00
Tue – Sun: 06:00 – 15:00, 18:00 – 04:00

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Next Door Deli

Next Door Deli is a neighbourhood eatery and is opened by the same owner of Pine Garden’s Cakes which is located next door.

You’ll need to place your order at the cashier and one of these gadgets will be passed to you. Collect your food when the buzzer goes off.

They serve both local and western fare at reasonable prices and it appears their chicken wings are rather popular with most customers – you can choose between the fried version or barbequed ones.

Here’s what we’ve tried at this place…

Soup of the Day – On the day I was there, this was a Tomato Soup. Not bad, the soup was of a good consistency and you can see bits of tomato in it.

On another day, it was Mushroom Soup – This was good too! It was extremely flavourful and I could taste and see that a substantial amount of mushrooms went into making this soup.

Wok-Fried Laksa – This is a modern dry version of laksa which still retains the flavours of the dish and even has strips of taupok in it! It also comes with a fish cake and one crispy chicken wing, which was quite nice. I thought the laksa was very aromatic and flavourful and will definitely order it again.

Boneless Chicken Curry Rice – The curry was aromatic, flavourful and had a familiar home-cooked feel to it. Yummy!

Ribeye Steak – My hubby ordered this and seemed quite happy with it. I didn’t try it so I can’t tell you how it tasted.

Chocolate Lava Cake with vanilla ice-cream – The lava cake didn’t have any chocolate oozing out of it when I cut into it. It was more like a block of chocolate cake. The taste of the chocolate was quite nice for a chocolate cake but if you are expecting a lava cake then you’re in for a disappointment. Perhaps they should rename this dish.

Chinese New Year Specials

Golden Prosperity – The name of the dish sounds auspicious and it is actually dory fish nuggets created to represent an abundance of golden ingots. This is served with tangy orange-lemon sauce and roasted Japanese sweet potatoes on the side. The citrus sauce gives a refreshing zesty feel to the dish. Overall quite nice but I thought the sweet potato slices were a little dry. Available from 24 Jan to 14 Feb 2014.

Seasonal Fortune Yu Sheng – Available from 24 Jan to 14 Feb 2014, it’s a delightful raw fish salad with a nice combination of sauces which were not too sweet or too sour and just the way I like it. The one in this photo is the small portion for 2-3 pax ($9.80). They have a larger portion for 4-8 pax which costs $18.

This eatery has an interesting promotion every Friday, which is called “Boss-Not-Around FRIDAY“. It is actually a game of chance (or what the locals will call tikam tikam) and after you have placed your order at the cashier, you are asked to pick a ticket to see what sure-win prize you will receive. Guess who successfully picked up the 20% discount? ^_^

Next Door Deli
Blk 529, Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-2369,
Singapore 560529.

Phone: 64586180

Email: contactus@nddeli.com

Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday: 11.30am to 10.00pm
Saturday & Sunday: 10.00am to 10.00pm
Breakfast available on Saturdays & Sundays from 10.00am till 11.30am

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Rahim Muslim Food

Known for their special “Mee Rebus Power!”, Rahim Muslim Food has been opened since the 1960s and their secret recipes have been passed down through two generations.

They were previously located at Kovan Centre’s Ah Seah Eating House, then at 789A Upper Serangoon Road, but have since moved to Blk 721, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8, beside Jubilee. This is their fifth relocation since they first opened.

Mee Rebus – Don’t panic if you can’t find “Mee Rebus Power!” on their menu. If you order the “Mee Rebus”, it’s actually their famous dish which has an additional satay sauce poured over it. I must say that the satay sauce does gives it an extra kick, otherwise it just tastes like ordinary mee rebus to me. Don’t get me wrong – the mee rebus itself without the satay sauce is still good and its gravy has a thick enough consistency. You can opt to add chicken to your mee rebus (which I did) and you’ll get quite a big piece of steamed chicken (like the steamed chicken typically found in chicken rice) placed on top of the noodles and topped with gravy and the satay sauce.

Satay – Satay lovers will be happy to know that this is available during lunch, unlike most other stalls which only sell this for dinner. Chicken, beef and mutton satay is being sold here but on my recent visit, only chicken and mutton were available at lunchtime. There is a minimum order of 10 sticks.

The tender pieces of meat were well marinated and the sauce had lots of chunky peanut bits in it. I enjoyed it but my hubby prefers the satay from one of the stalls at Satay by the Bay.

Rahim Muslim Food
Blk 721, Ang Mo Kio Ave 8 (Fu Chan Coffeeshop, beside Jubilee)
Singapore 560721.

Opening Hours: 12:00 – 20:00. Closed Alternate Sun.

Nearest MRT station: Ang Mo Kio.

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A Noodle Story (超好面)

Located at the Amoy Street Food Centre, A Noodle Story (超好面) is opened by former Waku Ghin chef de partie Gwern Khoo and his business partner Ben Tham and together they have created a Singapore-style ramen.

The noodle servings are available in three sizes – $5.50, $6.50 and $7.50.

Crispy Potato-Wrapped Prawn, HK-Style Wonton, Tender Cha-su and Hot Spring Egg are also available as additional side orders.

The noodles to me seemed more like our local mee kia rather than Japanese ramen and the chilli used is actually hae bee hiam (sambal udang kering), a spicy dried fried shrimp sambal.

This is served with several slices of tender Japanese-style chashu, two pieces of wonton filled with fresh springy prawns and had a hint of ginger in it, one piece of fried prawn wrapped with potato shreds which was crispy, fragrant and really tasty, as well as half a Japanese style onsen egg that was cooked perfectly (just the way I like it). Each ingredient gave a different dimension to the dish as they brought different textures and flavours to your tastebuds. The noodles are typically garnished with freshly sliced scallions and red pepper but I don’t like scallions so I asked them not to put any garnishing in my bowl.

Overall I would classify this as fusion food, so I’m not really sure if it is popular with the local crowd, as I noticed the queue at this stall is not as long as the some of the other stalls at the food centre. I did enjoy the noodles, which were a change from the usual ones being sold at most hawker centres and my favourite ingredient was the crispy potato-wrapped prawn. Yums!

Too bad they don’t open on weekends, otherwise more people can patronise their stall and try out their noodles.

A Noodle Story (超好面)
7 Maxwell Road,
#01-39 Amoy Street Food Centre,
Singapore 069111.

Phone: 9027 6289
Email: gwern@thechefstory.com

Opening Hours:
Monday – Friday : 11.00am – 2.30pm, 3.30pm – 7.30pm
(2.30pm – 3.30pm temporary closed for cleaning)
Closed on Weekends & Public Holidays.

Getting There by MRT:
Tanjong Pagar station, exit G

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