Japanese beef bowl or Gyudon is basically thin slices of beef over rice in a bowl. The accompaniments are the slices red ginger (beni shoga) and shichimi chilli pepper. These accompaniments use to be on a "free flow" or help yourself basis at Yoshinoya but not now. They are packed and given out on a request basis. This practice has put off many of its regular customers. Frankly, the Gyudon sold at Yoshinoya Singapore is not up to expectation. Just a bowl of rice and beef will cost you $6.50. I had the $9.90 set (in pic above).
The last time I tasted this laksa it wasn't good. My taste bud was not working well as I had just recovered from a flu. Today I went and tried it and found it to be good as usual. It is located at Blk 928 Yishun Central where the bus interchange is. Yishun MRT station is a 5 minute walk away. The one above (big bowl) is $3.30 and a smaller one cost $2.80 (no pic for this one). Next door is a dessert stall selling ice kachang, bubor cha cha,chendol etc etc. The picture above is chendol with durian ($2.50). The chendol was fantastically yummy!
The top picture is seafood porridge and the 2 other pictures are bah kut teh or spice/herbal pork ribs. We ate this last night at Clementi Rd stalls. The porridge is $4 per bowl and the bah kut plus rice and some veggie/tau pok is $6. The taste is fairly good and cheap compared to Song Fa Bah Kut restaurant.
Singapore citizens and PRs 60 yrs and over will be given 30% discount when buying drinks/desserts/tim sum etc from Kopitiam drink counter. Other food counters at the Kopitiam outlets give 10 % discount. The 30% discount will be extended to all foodstall at Changi Airport. Promotion will end 1 Jan 2016 and any balance money will be forfeited.