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Chicken is a solid sup­per spot for all your Korean fried chicken crav­ings. There are grill­roasted and baked op­tions (from $17), too, but the crunchy un-sauced orig­i­nal (from $21) wins in our books. à 16 Chun Tin Rd (6463 3505, ofc­sin­ga­ Var­i­ous open­ing hours. Nos­tal­gic bites Egg tarts, bite-sized muffins and tau sar pia are among the Teochew-style pas­tries churned out at Ng Kim Lee Con­fec­tionary. The 63-year- old bak­ery’s well-loved butter cakes sell out fast, too, so go early. à 4 Chun Tin Rd (6466 3515). Mon-Sat 9am-9pm; Sun 9am-1pm. DIY okonomiyaki For a hands-on meal, Ajiya


Res­tau­rant’s the place to grill the Ja­panese pan­cake any way you like. The menu is split into three cat­e­gories: start­ing with the Veg­gie De­light ($12) up to the $15 okonomiyaki, which lets you pick from pork belly, kim­chi, squid and to­biko. à 104 Jln Jurong Kechil (6463 3461, face­ ajiyasg). Tue-Sun noon-3pm, 5.30-10pm.

Ny­onya nosh The fam­i­lyrun Du­lukala Per­anakan

Res­tau­rant is renowned for its stewed dishes. Try the babi pongteh ($11.90), ikan se­lar ($15.90) or the scram­bled egg-wrapped chin­chalok. à# 04-04 Beauty World Cen­tre, 144 Upp Bukit Timah Rd (6465 2036, du­lukala. com). Daily noon-10pm.

The spread at Du­lukala Per­anakan Res­tau­rant

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