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Introduction
Snackz It! is a brand created in Singapore and established in 2005 selling creative street cuisine. continue reading
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Restaurant Website
http://www.snackzit.com
Review (8)
Level4 2014-03-25
144 views
It was really a generous gesture from my colleague who have packed back this bowl of oyster mee sua for me to have it for lunch.  As told by him, is at $4 which is reasonable.  Mee sua was very soft and portion was generous.   Enjoyed the thick and sticky dark sauce gravy inside which is very tasty and flavourful.  Oyster was really small and almost invisble.  Still is a delicious treat and would not mind to buy it myself next time when I hungry. continue reading
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Level4 2012-05-06
41 views
This Taiwan all time favourite food is really popular in Singapore. The mee sua is very smooth and very easy to swallow. The Crete thick gravy blend in really well with the mee Sua and every mouthful of it can really taste the sweetness of it. The oysters in the mee Sua is big and fresh which give this dish that slightly sea flavour in it. The shredded chicken is tender and juicy, which the chicken ats have been removed from the met which make it more healthy for our health. continue reading
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Level4 2012-04-21
155 views
Craving for some snacks, I ordered the fried crispy chicken fillet from Snackz It! It costs $4 for a bag of fried chicken fillet. They tasted awesome as the chicken meat was tender inside and crispy on the outside. Served in a bag, you can eat it on the go. continue reading
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Level4 2012-03-30
61 views
This stall reminds me a little of the shilin taiwanese stall that sells fried chicken. My hubby and I decided to get one bowl of it since the mee sua looks very nice from the menu. As I have just recovered from a stomach flu, I asked the lady to omit the oysters from the mee sua. I love the fried chicken within the mee sua. It is crispy and well-flavoured. The mee sua is like those that I had before in taiwan, slurpy and very tasty. I will definitely buy from them again. continue reading
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Level4 2012-01-10
32 views
When I'm looking for the sinful taiwan style street snack which I usually frequent to, it's not there. Rather, this was open and because of my craving to share, so here I go to order the standard fired chicken chop!I asked for lots of chilli powder, and he did put it out. It was also cooked on spot seeing the empty low-peak hours after my order. Even with a lot of shaking of the spice, it is not spicy at all!The spice and chicken is not as luscious as the other brand stalls but it's a good fix on the portion. Can't miss the place, and nothing in particular to return unless you're closing your craving! continue reading
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