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Level2 2015-03-01
236 views
I was having breakfast at the coffee shop and I saw that this stall was selling 红糟鸡面线. I seldom see if in coffee shops, so I promptly ordered. I was disappointed with the dish. It was just salty noodles in red sauce. Totally no 红糟 flavour. continue reading
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Level3 2014-05-18
101 views
For full review and more photos, please visit http://thumbsforfood.blogspot.sg/2014/05/seng-kee-bak-kut-teh-thumbsforfood.htmlA friend of mine shared with me that there is this really yummy bak kut teh in the AMK area and so I decided to give it a try! It is located at Chong Boon Food Centre which is just a few bus stops away from AMK mrt station.Pig trotters (Te Kar). This was really good. One of the better pig trotters that I have tasted in Singapore. The meat was well braised and very soft. Definitely worth trying!Bak Kut Teh. Honestly, I was a bit disappointed with the bowl of soup. I am a huge fan of bak kut teh and the one I frequent the most is Ya Hua Bak Kut Teh. I will definitely prefer Ya Hua's soup over Seng Kee's. The soup was a bit too oily for my liking.Overall, I had a good experience at Seng Kee Bak Kut Teh. I will definitely be back for the pig trotters that is so sinful yet so tasty! continue reading
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Level4 2014-03-23
53 views
Never thought about Vegetarian version when came across Char Kway Teow, it was one of the best foods among local delicacies. I patronized this vegan stall, Good Earth Vegetarian perhaps was the finest hawker stall around this neighbourhood area. Recommended dish I ordered, Menu given was rather extensive. Ladyboss asked before putting in egg to fry along because she understands some pure vegan would not eat egg, thoughtful service.Right tactic in cooking to bring out the frying fragrance, control of fire as well as timing was precise. Without any meat or lard added, the plate was a truly decent fried Kway Teow. Luscious aromatic in first bite, it was utterly savoury and satisfying. Healthier version did not means worse version, this Kway Teow perked up my taste buds also. Not too mushy or too oily greasy, distinctive texture was pleasant. Ingredients were vegan meat even fish cake, well blended together with flavourful chewiness. Price was $3.50, very inexpensive. continue reading
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Level4 2014-01-17
68 views
I love bread line's items as they are nice and very affordable.Their breads are freshly baked in the stall itself and they have this offer of 3 for $3 if you get 3 breads.They have quite a wide range of flavoursotato,otak,cheese hotdog,pizza,walnut and the latest banana walnut bread at $1.30 if you purchase just one.They also sells tarts,swiss rolls,pies as well as new year cookies such as pineapple tarts and egg rolls.It is interesting such a small stall like this can have so many interesting goodies.Today i gotten myself the vanilla swiss roll at only $2.80.It is very soft and nicely flavoured.The vanilla cream was just right and it wasnt artificially sweet.I love how the bread and cakes here taste homemade and natural. continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-10
34 views
This stall somewhat reminded me of another stall at Ang Mo Kio Central. Both stalls share a rather similar stall name. I would have ask if i did not happen to come during their peak moments. Though it was a picture of the white carrot cake that displayed on their signboard but i spotted a plate of black carrot cake was served to one of their customers. The lady smiled at me when she saw me standing there waiting to order. I ordered a plate of $2 carrot cake without telling her my preference for white or black. She did not ask further though so i assumed the default order has to be white carrot cake. Self-service is expected so i waited there. My plate of carrot cake was ready in about 5 minutes. It was served with the chilli and chopped spring onion by the side. I was eager to have my first mouthful. As expected, it tasted just like the famous Fried Carrot Cake at Ang Mo Kio Central. The chilli tasted quite alike too. A reasonable guess is this stall and that famous stall must have been related somehow. I remember seeing this couple there when the usual lady was not around to man the wok.The portion given was enough for $2. The pieces of carrot cake were nicely pan-fried and evenly coated with egg then fried it well to give it the desired crispiness. The taste was further enhanced by the preserved radish embedded in it. If i have to compare, i still very much preference that particular stall over at Ang Mo Kio Central. This plate of fried carrot cake was nice but still not as nice as yet. continue reading
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