Food Picks: Shaoxing wine-infused lo ma gai, modern Middle Eastern brunch, and crispy chicken cutlet

(Clockwise from left) Lo mai gai from Traditional (Home-made) Pau & Tim Sum, Fatter from Fat Prince and chicken cutlet from One Good Trade.
(Clockwise from left) Lo mai gai from Traditional (Home-made) Pau & Tim Sum, Fatter from Fat Prince and chicken cutlet from One Good Trade.ST PHOTOS: HEDY KHOO

Are you tired of wasting your calories on factory-made fan choy, lor mai gai and buns?

At Traditional (Home-made) Pau & Tim Sum, a coffee shop stall in Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10, you will get only home-made snacks.

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