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I am doing some shopping when I notice this big jar of green jelly at Isetan Thai Food Fair, which looks much bigger than the type used in chendol. I ask the staff if it is similar to chendol which he answers yes. As it looks very interesting, I decide to order one for takeaway, and also a packet of phat thai as he said it is freshly cooked. Both are nicely packed into containers, with chopsticks and spoons.Phat Thai Talay ($5.00)It comes with 3 juicy prawns, alot of fried bean curd pieces and t
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I am doing some shopping when I notice this big jar of green jelly at Isetan Thai Food Fair, which looks much bigger than the type used in chendol. I ask the staff if it is similar to chendol which he answers yes. As it looks very interesting, I decide to order one for takeaway, and also a packet of phat thai as he said it is freshly cooked. Both are nicely packed into containers, with chopsticks and spoons.
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Phat Thai Talay ($5.00)
It comes with 3 juicy prawns, alot of fried bean curd pieces and topped up with chilli flakes and chopped peanuts.
It tastes a bit sweet and the noodle tends to stick together but when mixed with the chilli flakes, it becomes super spicy.
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Lod Chong ($5.00)
It looks good but the taste is another thing. The green worm like jelly tastes like kueh, not like chendol. I am quite disappointed in the taste and also it is not sweet enough. Very chewy in texture. I feel that the coconut milk is sweeter than the green jelly.
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2013-06-12