This tiny Washington Heights shop serves some tremendous Singaporean dishes, like pipping hot deep-fried buns with chili crab sauce or perfectly cooked laksa noodles and sweet roasted pork. All of their noodle dishes are under $15, and you should come here for a quick lunch or even a casual dinner to swipe their large puffy tofu chunks through the dried shrimpy and creamy laksa.
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