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OhMyTohFu
This is OhMyTohFu living in Toa Payoh. I am a Designer, work in Orchard. I like to hang out in Central, East, North. Japanese, Asian are my favorite cuisines. I also love Coffeeshop, Hawker Centre and Seafood, Steaks and Grills, Sushi/Sashimi.
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One of the better udon in town OK Oct 31, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Chinese Noodles

Kazokutei prides itself in the delicious and high quality handmade udon, and the healthy cooking methods used by its chefs to bring out the natural taste of the noodle. Promotions and set lunches are common here, catering to the lunch crowd of office workers in the vicinity.

This set lunch ($14.90) consist of 3 variations of cold udon, served together with mixed tempura and assorted sushi.
Set Lunch

Set Lunch

 
The prawn tempura is pretty fresh, and the sweet potato tempura is very tasty.
Mixed Tempura

Mixed Tempura

 
The assorted sushi is pretty average.
Assorted Sushi

Assorted Sushi

 
The cold udon basically all taste the same except that it is served in small little bowls with different sides.
Cold Udon with Sweet Tofu

Cold Udon with Sweet Tofu

 
Cold Udon in Soy Sauce

Cold Udon in Soy Sauce

 
Cold Udon with Naruto

Cold Udon with Naruto

 
After trying the cold udon, hot udon in soup is still the way to go. Kazokutei do have some really tasty udon, and is really a decent place to come to get your udon craving fixed.
 
Date of Visit: Oct 06, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately $15(Dinner)

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Smelly Tohfu Smile Oct 31, 2013   
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Categories : Cantonese/Hong Kong

Fermented Beancurd or Smelly Tofu as it is more popularly called, is like Durian - you either like it or you hate it. Mini Star has been making Fermented beancurd in the Geylang vicinity for the longest time. Unlike in Hong Kong or Taiwan, you can't really located the shop by following the stench - it seems like the Authorities made them installed state-of-the-art ventilation system to get rid of them.

The fermented beancurd ($4 per piece) was deep-fried to a light crisp on the outside while it’s moist and soft inside. Served with sweet sauce and chili sauce with slivers of cucumber, it really isn't smelly at all.
Fermented Beancurd

Fermented Beancurd

 
For those of you who chose to skip the fermented beancurd. Do try the duck meat pancake ($7), duck meat stuffed into chinese styled pancake and fried to ultimate crispiness.
Duck meat Pancake

Duck meat Pancake

 
If you are an adventurous foodie, try the fermented beancurd at Mini Star. The smell might be a little overwhelming at first, but once you tried it, you will just keep coming back for more!
 
Recommended Dish(es):  fermented beancurd
 
Date of Visit: Oct 20, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately $10

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Cheap and Nice Chicken Pie  Smile Oct 31, 2013   
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Categories : International | Hotel

Who would have thought of finding a $5 chicken pie in a hotel restaurant? Check out White Rose Cafe located in York Hotel, in the heart of Orchard Road.

The chicken pies are freshly made each day in limited numbers. It comes in 2 sizes - Small ($3.50) and Large ($5.00). If you plan to order more, make sure you call in to make an order 3 days in advance.

If you are having it at the restaurant, the chicken pie comes serve on a plate with salad. Iced water is on the house too!
Chicken Pie

Chicken Pie

 
The fillings of the pie is creamy and the chicken chunks are quite big. It taste really good when eaten together with the puff. The only downside is that it isn't heated up hot enough.
Chicken Pie

Chicken Pie

 
Overall, if you are looking for something new for lunch in Orchard Road, do try out the chicken pie in White Rose Cafe. Just remember to ask them to heat the pie up a little longer.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  chicken pie
 
Date of Visit: Oct 17, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately $5(Lunch)

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Categories : Hawker Centre | Roasted Meat

King's Roasts is started by Chef Kingsley Tan, with the intention of bringing restaurant style cooking to traditional roasted meat. He uses a combi oven to roasts his meat instead of the traditional charcoal oven. Situated at Balestier Food Centre, the choices of food there is pretty limited( there are only less than 5 stalls opened) due to new owner and a recent makeover.

The Roasted Duck Rice ($4.00) looks appetizing enough. With large slices on the plate instead of the smaller ones you see served by many other stalls. The skin is crispy enough, the meat is juicy and not dry, but the flavour is a little lacking.
Roasted Duck

Roasted Duck

 
The Thai Styled Tofu ($4.00) is a definite must-try. The skin is fried to perfection and the tofu is silky and smooth.
Thai style Tofu

Thai style Tofu

 
The Dumpling Soup ($3.00) is pretty average. However, one can taste the freshness of the ingredients in each dumping.

 
Overall, The food is pretty all-right and relatively cheap. At an average price of $4 for most dishes, it is definitely a good place to go to for your lunch or dinner. The Duck meat could have been more flavourful.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Thai Style Tofu
 
Date of Visit: Oct 12, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately $6(Lunch)

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Cute and tasty bear paw burgers! Smile Sep 30, 2013   
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Categories : Taiwanese | Chinese | Café | Stall / Kiosk | Burgers and Sandwiches

Who can resist such cute bear paw burgers?

Hailing from Taiwan (where else really?), Bear Bites serves cute bear paw shape buns in 6 different tastes, complete with 6 different types of sauces with 2 kinds of meat - Chicken Karaage or Fish Fillet.

Bun flavours includes Milk, Squid Ink, Oat, Brown Sugar, Yam and Curry. It seems like they will be bringing in Strawberry flavoured buns once its available (it's seasonal).

Sauces includes Mushroom, Tartar, Sweet & Spicy Thai, Honey Mustard, Black Pepper and Cheese.
Bear Paw buns!

Bear Paw buns!

 
All burgers are prepared, steamed and fried only when you order, ensuring that it is pipping hot when you get them. With lettuce and a slice of tomato and your favourite sauce, between the buns, it sure makes a filling meal.
Cheesy and normal fries

Cheesy and normal fries

 
Another side to die for is the cheesy fries. Forget KFC and other fastfood outlets that serves them, the one at Bear Bites is the one to die for.

For desserts, Bear Bites also served gelato in the same bear paw buns! Choose from 3 flavours including vanilla, matcha and chocolate.

 
Recommended Dish(es):  Cheesy fries
 
Date of Visit: Sep 21, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately $10(Dinner)

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