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There was a stall in Toa Payoh Bus Interchange foodcourt that sells nostalgic snacks, Muah Chee. I saw the menu board the Muah Chee came in two version black or white. I was curious about what was Black Muah Chee and decided to order this. The Black Muah Chee did not come cheap at $2.50 for smallest serving. The Black Muah Chee was actually using powdered black sesame as the coating for muah chee. I liked the aroma of this Black Muah Chee, it has this toasted black sesame like sesame sauce. I li
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There was a stall in Toa Payoh Bus Interchange foodcourt that sells nostalgic snacks, Muah Chee. I saw the menu board the Muah Chee came in two version black or white. I was curious about what was Black Muah Chee and decided to order this. The Black Muah Chee did not come cheap at $2.50 for smallest serving. 

The Black Muah Chee was actually using powdered black sesame as the coating for muah chee. I liked the aroma of this Black Muah Chee, it has this toasted black sesame like sesame sauce. 

I liked the bitefeel of this muah chee, sticky and chew It was not too dry or too heavy in rice flavour. 

Overall, I liked this Black Muah Chee very much, it tasted very good, better than most in pasar malam stalls. Next time, I would want to try their white version.
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2014-02-09 39 views
The stall has a long history since 1952. It sells old school version of muah chee, which is priced at $2.50 (small), $3.50 (middle), and $5 (large). I order a middle serving to try out. There is peanut and sesame flavours available. But I am not asked which flavour to select and the aunty by default have made peanut flavour for me. When I ask her about it, she just said that I never said I want sesame, as if it is my fault in a way. The flavours is not showed on the menu. There is also wheat pan
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The stall has a long history since 1952. It sells old school version of muah chee, which is priced at $2.50 (small), $3.50 (middle), and $5 (large). I order a middle serving to try out. There is peanut and sesame flavours available. But I am not asked which flavour to select and the aunty by default have made peanut flavour for me. When I ask her about it, she just said that I never said I want sesame, as if it is my fault in a way. The flavours is not showed on the menu. There is also wheat pancakes with peanut, red bean, chocolate and coffee filling available too, but price is not listed. The muah chee is soft and not too sweet. Overall it tastes not bad, but I just cannot stand the staff at the counter.
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2013-12-05 59 views
This Muah Chee previously was sold at Hougang Ave 8 ,however ,they had moved away . Sadly is I don't know where they have moved.Recently telling my EX HDB collegue how I miss this Muah Chee. It is a good news that they are selling in HDB Hub Food court.Service -Self servicePrice- $2.50 per paxMuah Chee- Super Soft,does not sticky into your teeth and it is not sweet. The greatest of it is... Muah Chee will be dipped with fry onion oil and coated with lots of peanuts.
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This Muah Chee previously was sold at Hougang Ave 8 ,however ,they had moved away . Sadly is I don't know where they have moved.

Recently telling my EX HDB collegue how I miss this Muah Chee. It is a good news that they are selling in HDB Hub Food court.

Service -Self service
Price- $2.50 per pax
Muah Chee- Super Soft,does not sticky into your teeth and it is not sweet. The greatest of it is... Muah Chee will be dipped with fry onion oil and coated with lots of peanuts.
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