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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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$2.50 (Tea)