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Block 18 Doggie's Noodle

Don’t worry — there’s no dog meat in these ‘dog noodles’, which some claim to be named for their stubby, tail-like shape. These noodles were a popular street snack during the 1950s and early 1960s, thanks to their cheap but filling nature. At Block 18, they’re topped with cost-effective yet flavourful ingredients such as mushrooms, dried shrimp, garlic and preserved vegetables. Aside from the noodles, we also recommend the umami mock shark’s fin soup made with shredded duck.

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