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Hawker's Delight

So I went on another food adventure with my dear, lovely, high school buddy, AY. This time it was one that neither of us had tried before. So the location of choice? A "hole in the wall" location, serving Singaporean and Malaysian dishes, called Hawker's Delight (4127 Main St.).

Hawker's Delight from chowtimes dot com

I got the chicken curry with rice while she tried the Mee Soto (yellow noodles with chicken and fish cake). The great thing about the place is that the dishes all have an explanation of what it is under it to compliment the pictures. It has the neighbourhood restaurant feeling to it. Although due to its size, it's not somewhere you'll bring a big group.

Now would I ever go there again? Maybe. It's not overly far and the food is good enough. Plus, it's inexpensive (my meal with drink was only $6 and change!) and really quick.

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April 29, 2009 at 9:00 AM

sounds like a place to try out some time =P

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April 29, 2009 at 6:09 PM

Careful about those Hole in Wall restaurants..they might be using bad meats! I shall try it myself too. Although..I'm no fan of Malaysian

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April 30, 2009 at 12:35 PM

Sounds good but it's rather far and out of the way for me so I probably won't go there deliberately.

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May 2, 2009 at 1:13 PM

hee hee =P.....finally have my blogger thing up and running =P
http://stepycc.blogspot.com/

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