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Northpoint City Food Guide: 25 Places For Japanese Bakes, Handmade Pasta And More

17th November 2023

Northpoint City food guide

If you’re looking for a convenient spot to grab a bite in Yishun, look no further than Northpoint City! This mall, situated right at Yishun MRT Station, is a food lover’s paradise with plenty of tasty options to choose from. We’ve got you covered with this list of 25 Northpoint City food places that are worth checking out, including the mall’s newest eating spots!

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1. Lu Xiao Xian


Established in 2019, Lu Xiao Xian is a renowned brand with over 400 outlets in China. They are best known for their boneless chicken feet, available in a variety of flavours. If you’re looking for a snack to share or something to bring to a potluck, this is one option to consider!


The Boneless Chicken Feet is priced at $12.50 a box. You can select from three different flavours: garlic, lemon, and spicy. Alternatively, go for the Pig Trotters ($9.50 per box) which comes marinated in a lemon-passionfruit sauce. For those who don’t fancy both Boneless Chicken Feet and Pig Trotters, the stall also offers boxes of vegetables such as kelp, lotus, and vegi chic, which are slices of plant-based chicken, priced at $6.50 per box.

Unit number: #B2-126
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 8588 9736
Lu Xiao Xian is not a halal-certified eatery.

2. I Love Taimei


Get your fix of Taiwanese food at I Love Taimei, where you can indulge in Taiwanese street food such as chicken cutlets, sweet potato fries and more.


A must-try here is their Original Chicken ($6.90) cutlet, which comes with your choice of seasoning. You can select from seven different flavours: Original, Seaweed, Garlic Seafood, Cheese, Sour Plum, Mala, and Spicy Mexico. Among their popular choices are the Tofu Fries ($3.90) and Sweet Potato Fries ($4.50). To quench your thirst, go for their signature 1988 Milk Tea ($5.50) or the Lychee Four Season Tea ($4.90).

Unit number: #B2-115
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10am
Tel: 6570 3878
I Love Taimei is not a halal-certified eatery.

3. 4Fingers To-Go


Be sure to make a stop at 4Fingers To-Go for a Korean fried chicken treat. With 23 outlets across the island, 4Fingers has become a crowd favourite for many Singaporeans. What sets them apart is their commitment to serving fried chicken without any additives.


Go for their signature wingettes and drumettes, available in four pieces ($6.90) or six pieces ($9.50). For just an additional top up of $1, you can upgrade to a combo that includes fries. The wingettes and drumettes come in two different sauces: soy garlic, or hot for an extra spicy kick. If your meal is incomplete without rice, consider opting for the Wings Rice Box ($8.45) or Chicken Chop Rice Box ($8.45).

Unit number: #B2-125
Opening hours: Daily 10:30am to 10pm
4Fingers To-Go is a halal-certified eatery.

4. Kopi & Tarts

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If you’re visiting Northpoint City in the morning, head over to Kopi & Tarts for breakfast. Here, you can get freshly baked tarts and pastries, paired with a steaming cup of coffee to kickstart your day.

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Opt for their classic Singaporean breakfast sets: Kaya Toast with Soft Boiled Eggs ($6) or Scrambled Egg Toasts ($6). Don’t miss out on their range of puffs and egg tarts too, which include Chicken Mushroom Puff ($3), Chicken Rendang Puff ($3.50), Chocolate Egg Tart ($2.80), Apple Crumble Tart ($3.50) and many more. These also come as a set priced at $4.40 for the egg tarts and $5.10 for the large puffs. Every set comes complete with a cup of coffee or tea.

Unit number: #01-151
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 9:30am to 9:30pm, Sat-Sun 9am to 9:30pm
Tel: 8947 5448
Kopi & Tarts is a halal-certified eatery.

5. Tangled


Conveniently situated right next to the bus interchange, swing by Tangled for a quick pasta grab-and-go fix. They offer affordable pastas that are freshly made with all-natural ingredients and no added preservatives.


Opt for the classic pasta dishes, Yolo Pomodoro ($8.90), Pesto Besto ($11.90), or Creamy Chicky ($9.90), a creamy alfredo pasta with juicy chicken breast. For a touch of local flavour, consider ordering their Oh Crab! ($14.90) pasta which comes tossed in black pepper sauce and topped with soft shell crab, roasted tomatoes, and tobiko. You can choose from three different pasta types: pappardelle ricce, penne, and spaghetti, which are available in various flavours such as egg, beetroot, spinach, squid ink and more.

Read our Tangled review.

Unit number: #01-167
Opening hours: Daily 10:30am to 9:30pm
Tangled is not a halal-certified eatery, but uses no pork, lard, and alcohol.

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6. Ministry of Rojak

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Ministry of Rojak is a familiar name around town when it comes to Indian rojak in Singapore. For those unacquainted, Ministry of Rojak is an expansion of Abdhus Salam Rojak which began as a hawker stall in Ayer Rajah Food Centre in 1994. 

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A must-try is their fragrant Coconut Flour Fritter ($1.20), which uses freshly grated coconut. Other options include their Tempeh ($1) and Vadai ($1.20) which goes well with their savoury-sweet sweet potato sauce. If you can’t decide on the ingredients you want in your rojak, there are also sets that you can go for. Their Set 1 ($15) is perfect for two, which includes five flour fritters, tempeh, hotdog, fishcake, fish fillet, crispy prawn, and a boiled egg.

Unit number: #B2-134
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Ministry of Rojak is a Muslim-owned eatery and uses only halal ingredients.

7. Suparakki Ramen


Ramen isn’t typically known to be an affordable, everyday eat. Suparakki Ramen changes that with their bowls of noodles that ring in the till at under $10. 

Dry Truffle Ramen

Go for the Supa Signature Ramen ($8.90++), featuring a collagen-rich tonkotsu broth meticulously made over six hours of boiling. Fans of black garlic can opt for the Tonkotsu Black Garlic Ramen ($9.90++) instead. If you prefer dry noodles, get their Dry Truffle Ramen ($6.90++), which has a surprisingly wallet-friendly price in spite of the premium truffle-infused pork topping.

Read our Suparakki Ramen review.

Unit number: #B2-154
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 8:30pm
Suparakki Ramen is not a halal-certified eatery.

8. An Acai Affair

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An Acai Affair

If you’re in the mood for a quick and refreshing pick-me-up, consider heading to An Acai Affair for their chilled acai bowls topped with fresh fruits. With 15 outlets islandwide, they’re a go-to option for many acai lovers. It’s worth noting that their acai bowls are vegan, and dairy-free too.


All acai bowls are available in three sizes, and you can select your preferred drizzle━honey, cookie butter, almond butter, peanut butter, or for a top up of $1, cashew butter. A popular pick is Triple A (from $6.70), consisting of an acai base topped with a mix of fresh fruits, granola, nuts, and superfoods. Alternatively, opt for Coco Glow (from $7.30), which features layers of acai and coconut sorbet, adorned with a medley of fresh fruits, granola, nuts, and superfoods. Otherwise, you can also make your own bowl from $7.30, which comes with your choice of two fruits and two superfoods.

Unit number: #B2-149
Opening hours: Daily 10:30am to 10pm
An Acai Affair is not a halal-certified eatery.

9. Sixth Floor Oyster Cake


Get your hands on the oyster cakes from Sixth Floor Oyster Cake, a great snack to munch on while strolling through the mall. This Fuzhou snack is a savoury, deep-fried fritter filled with a blend of minced meat, chives, and oysters.


Here, they offer something for everyone, with their oyster cake available in five different flavours: Original ($3.70), Without Oysters ($3.70), Kimchi ($3.70), Scallop ($4.20), Meat Only ($3.90), and Mala ($3.90). Apart from the oyster cakes, you can also check out their variety of fried fritters such as Tater Tots ($3.20), Chicken Bites ($3.60), Sweet Potato Fries ($3.20) and more. 

Unit number: #B2-147
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: 8749 6749
Sixth Floor Oyster Cake is not a halal-certified eatery.

10. Alley Wei


Muslim-friendly eateries that serve Taiwanese fare can be hard to come by, but Alley Wei certainly fits the bill. This spot is perfect for any time of the day, whether it’s for breakfast, lunch, or dessert, thanks to their wide-ranging menu offering beancurd, noodles, pancakes, bao and more.


Notable menu highlights include their Scallion Pancakes ($4.20) and Beef Noodles ($8.80). The latter comprises thick slices of tender beef, along with boiled carrot and radish, in a fragrant and peppery beef soup. End your meal on a sweet note with the tried-and-true combination of Hot Sweet Beancurd ($2.60) and You Tiao ($1.80).

Read our Alley Wei review.

Unit number: #B1-151
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Alley Wei is a halal-certified eatery.

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11. Feng Food

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King of the OG pork chop fried rice, Din Tai Fung, has an outlet right here in Northpoint City, but like its branches everywhere else, there’s often a long queue. Skip that queue and head to Feng Food instead for a no less flavourful alternative. 

Feng Food fried rice with specialty marinated pork chop

The Fried Rice with Specialty Marinated Pork Chop here goes for $12.30++, while the Sunrise Braised Meat Rice which comes blanketed in fragrant braised pork is priced at $10++. A highly recommended item that’s great for sharing is their Kung Pao Chicken ($18.50++), a delicious spicy mix of chicken cubes and dried chilli peppers.

Read our Feng Food review.

Unit number: #B1-156/157
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 9:30pm, Sat-Sun 10:45am to 9:30pm
Tel: 6481 8556
Feng Food is not a halal-certified eatery.

12. POCHA! Korean Street Dining


Here’s another joint where you can indulge in affordable Korean grub: POCHA! Korean Street Dining. As their name suggests, this eatery captures the vibe of the tented street food stalls you’d spot in Korea.

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Tuck into Korean street fare classics such as their Tteokbokki ($10.90++), Corndog ($6.90++), Jjamppong ($16.90++), Kimbab ($9.90++) and more. Other recommendations include their Pork Bulgogi ($11.90++) and the zhnged-up instant noodles, Creamy Shin Ramyeon ($12.90++) that comes with luncheon meat and a whole egg.

If you’re dining with a partner, consider getting their value-for-money Duo Set ($29.90++). This set comes with your choice of protein and carb, a serving of white rice, and two drinks. As an added bonus, each set also includes a free Corndog and unlimited kimchi.

Unit number: #B1-181
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 9pm
Tel: 8660 3391
POCHA! Korean Street Dining is not a halal-certified eatery.

13. Yi Qian Ling Yi Ye


Yi Qian Ling Yi Ye is a steamboat buffet restaurant that serves free-flow xiao long bao! You can get your money’s worth here with their massive menu featuring a selection of over 80 items including meats, vegetables, seafood, dim sum, braised dishes, mushrooms, and drinks. Their Lunch Buffet will set you back $19.80++ while the Dinner Buffet is priced at $26.80++.


There are 10 soup bases to choose from, with the most noteworthy being their Mala Soup and Herbal Chicken Soup. Like a sushi restaurant, the joint is fitted with a conveyor belt carrying fresh ingredients such as fishballs and mushrooms!

Read our Yi Qian Ling Yi Ye review.

Unit number: #B1-184
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 11pm
Tel: 6988 3962
Yi Qian Ling Yi Ye is not a halal-certified eatery.

14. Riverside Grilled Fish


Riverside Grilled Fish is an offshoot of their Beijing outlet, which celebrates the traditional way of eating grilled fish topped with mala sauces—a method native to Wushan in Chongqing.

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There are three steps to ordering your Signature Grilled Fish (from $39.90++) at Riverside Grilled Fish. First, select your preferred fish, then pick from seven different sauces, and lastly add your choice of sides, which range from $2 to $5. Sides include the Lobster Ball, Pork Belly, Sliced Beef, King Oyster Mushroom, Potato Glass Noodles and many more. Otherwise, they also have a la carte dishes such as Pan-fried Shredded Pancake ($4.90++), Sichuan-style Chilled Chicken in Chilli Oil ($8.90++) and more.

Unit number: #B1-196/197
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6258 6441
Riverside Grilled Fish is not a halal-certified eatery.

15. YUN NANS Stonepot Fish


YUN NANS Stonepot Fish is Singapore’s first stonepot fish concept which combines both steamed fish and hotpot together, serving pressure-steamed live fish in a collagen hotpot soup base.

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A must-try is their star dish, the premium Live Soon Hock ($8.80++ per 100g) in a Collagen Fish Soup ($18++) that has been brewed for six hours prior with salmon bones, old hen, dried scallops and more. The soon hock is said to be incredibly tender and clean tasting with a slight sweetness to it. Besides that, another recommended dish is their Crispy Barramundi Collar ($9.80++), which comes with palm-sized crispy deep-fried fish served with a salt and pepper dip.

Read our YUN NANS Stonepot Fish review.

Unit number: #01-103
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11:30am to 10pm, Sat-Sun 11am to 10pm
Tel: 6513 1381
YUN NANS Stonepot Fish is not a halal-certified eatery.

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16. Sakon Thai


Adding to the mix of cuisines at Northpoint City is Sakon Thai, a budget-friendly Thai eatery with a wide array of dishes, most of which are priced under $10. On top of that, they also offer various promotions, so do keep a lookout for them.

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Pop by from 11:30am to 5pm on weekdays for their Lunch Set priced at $8.90++, which includes a drink, and mains such as Thai Basil Chicken with Rice, Chincalok Fish with Rice and more. Otherwise, there are also classic Thai dishes such as Thai Mango Salad ($7.50++), Fried Beef Kway Teow ($8.90++), and Phad Tai Seafood ($9.50++). If you’re in the mood for spicy food, opt for the Clear Tomyum Soup ($10.90++) or Green Curry ($10.90) instead.

Unit number: #01-129
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 9:30pm
Tel: 8909 9950
Sakon Thai is not a halal-certified eatery.

17. nosignboard SHENG JIAN


Nosignboard Sheng Jian is a restaurant that falls under the No Signboard Group, an organisation which encompasses various F&B brands such as Little Sheep Hot Pot. Their menu boasts an array of Northern Chinese-style dim sum, appetisers, mains and more. But what’s special here is their signature Sheng Jian Bao, an iconic and popular item from Shanghai.

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You can enjoy three different flavours of sheng jian bao, AKA pan-fried bao, here: “Popping Juices” ($6.30++), Chili Crab and Pork ($7.30++), and Vegan Sheng Jian Bao ($5.80++), all available in threes. If you find it hard to choose, opt for the Tricolour Sheng Jian Bao ($11.80++), which comprises all three flavours! Besides the bao, go for their mains such as the Crispy Rice with Chilli Crab Meat Sauce ($16.80++), where you get a bowl of crab meat in a sweet and spicy gravy, served with blocks of crispy rice snacks on the side.

Unit number:  #01-137/138
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9:30pm
Tel: 6665 9959
nosignboard SHENG JIAN is not a halal-certified eatery.

18. Fluff Stack


Flippers may have arrived in Singapore, but Northies will be pleased to know that you can also get your hands on some souffle pancakes right in your ‘hood. Fluff Stack is one of the many F&B tenants at Northpoint City, featuring the same pillowy, wobbly stacks of pancakes as at their other outlets!

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Their Hazelnut Chocolate Souffle Pancake ($15) is a great choice, featuring the jiggly pancake drizzled in a nutty hazelnut sauce, and then topped with golden feuilletine flakes. For something more refreshing, opt for the Mango Passion Fruit ($16.50) instead. Besides pancakes, they also offer croffles which come with a serving of gelato from 11am to 8pm daily. There are four different flavours to choose from: FS Original, Cinnamon & Sugar, “1838” Classic, and Remembering Elvis.

Read our review of Fluff Stack review.

Unit number: #02-115
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 11am to 9:15pm, Fri-Sat 11am to 9:45pm
Tel: 8314 8892
Fluff Stack is a halal-certified eatery.

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19. JiangHu Hotpot


JiangHu Hotpot is another conveyor-style buffet restaurant worth considering. They offer an unlimited 2-in-1 Buffet priced at $27.80++ for weekday lunches and $29.80++ for dinners and weekends. You can enjoy both hotpot and BBQ, and for just an additional $3.80++, upgrade to a 3-in-1 buffet which includes a grilled fish buffet. 

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There are 10 different soup bases and over 50 items to choose from, such as Black Pepper Beef Ribeye Slices, US Prime Beef Slices, MALA Scallops, Deep-Fried Glutinous Rice Stick and more. Don’t miss out on their Grilled Fish Weekday Promotion where you can get approximately 500g of tender Qingjiang fish for a nett price of $15.80. Each day features a different flavour, there’s Classic Spicy, Green Pepper, Tomato, Spiced Black Bean, and Thai Tom Yum.

Unit number: #02-126/127
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 9111 1820
JiangHu Hotpot is not a halal-certified eatery.

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20. Bugis Xin Yuan Ji


If you’re craving a bowl of hot fish soup, look no further than Xin Yuan Ji! Established in 1993, they are best known for their incredibly fresh fish in a milky and collagen-rich fish soup. Visit during lunch hours from 11am to 3pm to enjoy a 20% discount on weekdays!


You won’t go wrong with their classic options: Fresh Tender Fish Soup ($8.80) and Golden Fried Fish Soup ($8.80). All soups come with your choice of thick or thin bee hoon. Otherwise, for an additional top up of $1, you can swap the bee hoon for their Five-Grain Noodle or Rice instead. If you like something with spice, consider topping up $1 for their other soup bases such as the Spicy Mala Soup or Tom Yum Soup to complement the fresh fish.

Unit number: #B2-07/08
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9:30pm
Xin Yuan Ji is not a halal-certified eatery.

21. Gokoku Japanese Bakery


Hailing from Kobe, Japan, and founded in 1961, Gokoku Japanese Bakery offers delicious and nutritious buns that are baked fresh daily. Here, you can find both sweet and savoury Japanese pastries, breads, desserts, as well as a variety of seasonal items.


Be sure to sample their top five bestsellers, which include the well-known Gokoku Shichifuku Pan ($2.50), Malt Kurumi Pan ($2.50), Mochi Mochi Cheese ($2.80), Mochi Mochi Cranberry ($2.40), and their signature Hokkaido Red Bean Anpan ($2.70). Especially noteworthy is the Mochi Mochi Cranberry, which is a soft and chewy bun studded with cranberries, with a delicate buttery flavour.

Read our Gokoku review.

Unit number: #B1-57
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 9:30pm
Tel: 6612 1913
Gokoku Japanese Bakery is not a halal-certified eatery.

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22. Yang Guo Fu Mala Tang


Established two decades ago, Yang Guo Fu Mala Tang has become an internationally acclaimed eatery with over 6,000 stores worldwide. Drop by for some of their signature aromatic mala tang.

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You have three different options for your mala base. Go for the usual Dry Mala or opt for their soup counterparts such as Spicy Mala Beef and Tomato soup bases. With an extensive selection of over 60 fresh, premium ingredients for your mala, you’re sure to be spoiled for choice. The pricing is straightforward, calculated by weight at a flat rate of $3.08 per 100g.

Unit number: #B1-51
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9:30pm
Tel: 8488 5794
Yang Guo Fu Mala Tang is not a halal-certified eatery.

23. Tenderfresh Classic


Come to Tenderfresh Classic for chicken. Be it the Signature Fried Half Spring Chicken ($10.90) or the honey-glazed Roasted Half Spring Chicken ($10.90), these are the must-tries you should get when you visit any Tenderfresh outlet.

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Alternatively, they also have a selection of burgers and pastas such as their Hawaiian Teriyaki Burger ($12.90) that comes with fries, coleslaw, and salad, Pasta Aglio Olio ($3), Chicken Bolognese ($6.90), and Chilli Crab Pasta ($10.90). Get a variety of sides to share, there’s Fries with Meat Sauce, Cheese & Mayo ($5.90), Buffalo Drumlettes ($6.50), Fried Calamari Rings ($6.90) and more.

Unit number: #B1-53
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 11pm
Tel: 8652 7325
Tenderfresh Classic is a halal-certified eatery.

24. Paris Baguette


If you’ve been to Paris Baguette in Seoul, you’ll see that their outlet at Northpoint City has a new selection of menu items that’s closer to their Korean counterpart than at existing PB branches in Singapore.


Check out their selection of ice bars and macaron ice cream sandwiches, which offer a refreshing respite from the sweltering heat. Their ice bars come in a myriad of flavours, including Melon ($1.90), Strawberry ($1.90), Premium Milk & Banana ($3), Premium Milk & Mango ($3) and more. Their macaron ice cream sandwiches are no less enticing, with options such as Real Choco ($5.60) and Cookies & Cream ($5.60).

Unit number: #02-16/17
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10am to 10pm, Sat-Sun 9am to 10pm
Tel: 6235 8613
Paris Baguette is not a halal-certified eatery.



Michelin-starred PUTIEN is not your regular Chinese restaurant. Their Heng Hwa food originates from the province of Fujian in China, and their signature Fried Heng Hwa Bee Hoon ($12.80++) is one of the most popular dishes on the menu.

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Other noteworthy dishes include their Pan-fried Yellow Croaker ($43.80++) that’s slowly stewed with their special house-made sauce, and the PUTIEN Crispy Oyster ($19.80++) that’s ideal for sharing. If you’re a chilli lover, don’t skip out on the Spice Mum Chilli Sauce that’s addictively tangy and spicy.

Unit number: #02-42/43/44
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6257 1482
PUTIEN is not a halal-certified eatery.

What to eat at Northpoint City

As one of the larger shopping malls boasting nearly 200 eateries, there’s almost no need for North-siders to venture to other parts of Singapore for their dining needs. There’s always new and exciting openings at Northpoint City, so be sure to check them out if you’re in the neighbourhood!

Find out more about dining at Northpoint City here!

Address: 930 Yishun Avenue 2, Singapore 769098
Nearest MRT Station: Yishun (NS13)

Photos taken by Daryl Lim.
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