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18:00 - 03:00
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Review (3)
Level3 2012-03-26
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For full experience write up & photos, please visit my blog: http://www.aspirantsg.com/food/nostalgic-dinner-under-the-stars/singapore or follow me on twitter for food reviews: https://twitter.com/AspirantSGBeing a non clubber, I have not visited St James Power Station for over 2 years. Food Republic Beer Garden was a totally unfamiliar name for me. Apparently, some 929 sq ft of St James carpark space was craved out to create a 400 seater open-air hawker enclave a year ago. With St James Power Station in the backdrop, this hawker joint offers a nostalgic 60s street hawker theme concept to both local and tourist diners with 18 rustic-style pushcarts, truck stalls and kiosks selling all time Singapore favorites which I was about to taste in a while. Slurp! You know they definitely did their homework when the great grand ancestor of world renowned 'Tiger Beer' by Malayan Breweries was showcased at their Street Bar. Operating behind an disused Tiger Beer Truck, this bar can conjures up 6 different beers on tap, international wines, champagnes and even Singapore's most beloved cocktail - The Singapore Sling to go with your meals! The sweet ending for my evening there was Kueh Tutu ($0.60 each) from Chinatown Tan's Tutu Kueh. For non Singaporean readers, Kueh Tutu is a steamed coconut cake made with finely ground rice flour. The cake is filled with grated coconut cooked with palm sugar or peanuts sprinked with sugar. I am not a fan of Kueh Tutu but it tasted decent.You may also like to check out my posts on other delicious food places http://www.aspirantsg.com/restaurants-cafe-eateries-food-list-singapore continue reading
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Level4 2011-11-11
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TuTu Kueh are traditional snacks which i love to eat. Happen to pass by this stall and decided to try their tutu kueh. You can choose either the coconut or peanut filling. As the peanuts filling can be quite hard and dry, i decided to order the coconut type. The tutu kueh was served on a small piece of panda leave and the kueh was soft and the coconut filling was generous. continue reading
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Level4 2011-11-08
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On Friday evening, my friends and I headed here and had dinner.Once we were done, I couldn't resist buying tutu kueh as it smelt too good!The tutu kueh was delicious!I bought the coconut one and it wasn't too soft that it broke apart too easily and neither was it too hard!The serving of coconut was very generous too.The warmness of the tutu kueh just melted into my mouth along with the coconut.YUMMY! continue reading
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