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This is 1980June . Japanese, Korean, Cantonese/Hong Kong are my favorite cuisines. I also love and Seafood, Steamboat/Hot Pot, Noodles.
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Pork Knuckle OK Apr 02, 2014   
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Categories : Latin American/South American | Caribbean | Desserts and Cakes | Steaks and Grills | Burgers and Sandwiches

Tried out another stall at the recent PasarBella event at MBS. My friend went to get the pork knuckle $24 from this stall. As usual, long queue for weekends!

This turned out to be quite a disappointment. Was not hot, skin not crispy at all. Meat still decent. Some are tender enough and i enjoyed the fats part but i prefer to enjoy it hot.

 
 
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Dinner Smile Apr 01, 2014   
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Categories : Japanese | Sushi/Sashimi

I actually had this during the recent PasarBella & Friends Go To Town event which was held at MBS. Managed to plan a second visit before it ended on Sunday.

This time managed to try the Tomo Izakaya booth which was located at one corner. What attracted me to this stall was the $20 set which consist of 2 Sapporo beer and 1 serving of edamame! It was crowded and stuffy that day. Needed a beer badly!

Decided to get a grilled squid $10 as well since it's long queue everywhere. This turns out to be a good choice. We ate slowly cause there were other food but it still taste good and tender despite being a bit cold towards the end.

 

 
 
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Gong Bao Frog Leg Porridge Smile Apr 01, 2014   
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Categories : Chinese | Food Court

I'm glad i can just enjoy this at Ang Mo Kio anytime i want without going to Geylang. And most important thing is you get decent quality here so it justify the price i paid.

Decide to have this recently for lunch and i opt for the smallest serving $8 since i was alone. Then top up $2 for the plain porridge. One thing i like about the kind of porridge they serve is the thick thick kind of texture i like. Drizzle over some ( i actually prefer a lot ) of the "gong bao" sauce over it and it's already very yummy on it's own.

Frog leg is very fresh too and has quite a lot meat so plus point. I definitely be back whenever i had cravings for frog leg porridge =)

P.S: I must remember to request for more sauce for the next visit!

 

 
 
Date of Visit: Mar 25, 2014 

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Dinner Smile Apr 01, 2014   
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Categories : Singaporean | Coffeeshop

It was at this same coffeeshop where i also enjoyed yummy yong tau foo. My dad wanted something extra so he ordered 10 sticks of chicken satay which turns out to be a good choice.

Very nice tender meat and it glided off the stick nicely. The peanut sauce dip is not too bad and it was very enjoyable despite me not having a good appetite that day!

If you want to try something else beside the yong tau foo, can consider this =)
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Vegetarian Lunch Smile Mar 27, 2014   
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Categories : Vegetarian | Porridge/Congee | Pasta | Ramen | Steamboat/Hot Pot | Burgers and Sandwiches | Salads | Noodles

Whenever my 5th aunt and family from New Zealand is back for a visit, we will try to include some new places to go. This time we venture to Tanjong Katong area! For 3 persons, we managed to try quite a lot but it was really a satisfying lunch.

Hainanese Beef Noodle $6.50 : This is nice! One of their signature and it taste like the real thing. My cousin had this so i only tried the soup and i was hooked. Definitely something i want to try for my next visit.

Wanted to try another signature which is the Herbal Mee Sua but sold out!

Mustard Cheezy Ball $4.50 : Nyonya Laksa $5.80 : Hainenese Steamed Chicken $8.80 : Texas Fried Chicken $5.80 : Crispy Squid Ring $5.80 : Bak Kut Teh $5.80 are what we ordered too on that day.

I had laksa and i thought the soup base taste a little bit weird on it's own but with the noodles it will taste nicer as it seems to absorb the flavour nicely.

Hainenese Steamed Chicken looked so much like the real thing! Haha. Got a lot of similar feedback too on my instagram and facebook. Haha!

The fried food are worth trying. Quite tasty! Maybe can skip the Bak Kut Teh cause soup base kind of bland. i expected more herbal kind to bring out the flavour more.

Overall nice vegetarian food here. Lots of variety too!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
Date of Visit: Mar 16, 2014 

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