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This is mosmos living in Jurong East. I am a Admin Exec, work in Jurong East. I like to hang out in Clementi, Jurong East, Boon Lay. Peranakan / Nonya, Cantonese/Hong Kong, Chinese, American are my favorite cuisines. I also love Hawker Centre, Restaurant, Bakery and BBQ, Roasted Meat, Chinese Noodles, Burgers.
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Glazzy Donut Smile Dec 25, 2014   
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Categories : Bakery

 

 
While I was window shopping with my friends in Suntec City Mall, I was craving for some light snacks. I walked pass this big J.Co Donuts & Coffee outlet and I thought they had already closed all their outlets in Singapore. Hence, we decided to have some drinks and snacks. The decor of the outlet was cosy and there were sofas to rest our tired feets.

I had ordered a cup of hot coffee at $3.50, and to my surprise the coffee came with a Glazzy Donut free. 

There was a sugary layer around the Glazzy Donut. The texture was soft and fluffy like a cotton. The first bite was like eating a cotton candy, so light and fluffy though not as sweet as Krispy Kreme's donuts.

Overall, I felt that this J.Co Glazzy Donut was really good tasting. 

 
Spending per head: Approximately $3.50(Tea)

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Katsu Don Smile Dec 25, 2014   
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Categories : Japanese | Restaurant | Sushi/Sashimi | Chinese Noodles

 

 

 

 
There was a budget Japanese Eatery at the basement of the Westgate. The eatery was always full during meal times. The decor inside the eatery was old style with many photographs of Japanese olden days.

I had ordered the Katsu Don at $7.90. This was a self service eatery, order and payment first and then wait to collect your order. The order was freshly prepared, hence the waiting time was about 5 minutes more. The condiments such as preserved red ginger and spring onions were self served. 

The Katsu Don tasted good, except the rice. The rice was soggy and not a sticky as Japanese rice. The pork fillet tasted good, crispy on the outside, tender and meaty in the inside. I wished the pork fillet can be more fatty. The omelette tasted very good like half boiled egg, so smooth and silky. 

Overall, the Katsu Don was good and the price was so much affordable among those Japanese restaurant or fastfood in its vicinity.

 
Table Wait Time: 5 minute(s)


Spending per head: Approximately $7.90(Dinner)

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Popiah Smile Dec 25, 2014   
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Categories : Coffeeshop

 

 

 

 
No matter at which hour, this Popiah stall always has a long queue. I think the price also plays a part, nowadays Popiah usually cost $1.50 and above. But this stall still selling at $1.20!

I joined in the queue and ordered 2 Popiah. The waiting time in the queue was about 20-30 minutes!

The Popiah looked good, portion was average size with generous fillings. The Popiah tasted as good as it looks. The fillings such as bean spourts, lettuce and bangk wang, was moist, juicy and braised sweetness. There was generous chilli and sweet sauce, though the amount of chopped garlic can be more. 

Overall, I find that this Popiah one of the best in the western area, even better than the Clementi Central one.

 
Spending per head: Approximately $1.20(Tea)

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Roast duck & Char Siew Rice Smile Dec 25, 2014   
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Categories : Hainanese | Hawker Centre | Chicken Rice

 

 

 

 
I was intending to eat chicken rice at this Tanglin Halt Food Centre, but it was closed for today. Hence, I went to another chicken rice stall. Although their signboard put Hainanese Chicken Rice, their stall display was mostly roast duck, char siew and roast meat. I did not see any cooked chicken on display.

The queue was short during Lunch time. Hence, I ordered Roast Duck & Char Siew Rice at $4.

The Roast Duck & Char Siew Rice was surprisingly good. The roast duck meat had a slight crispy char skin and juicy, tender meat with a little bit of fats under skin.  The Char Siew was also good, with sweet malty outer layer and tender lean meat, though I prefer the Char Siew to be more fatty.

I also noticed that they used fragrant thai rice, not the usual plain white rice used by most other roast meat stalls.

 
Spending per head: Approximately $4(Lunch)

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Cheng Teng Smile Dec 25, 2014   
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Categories : Hawker Centre | Desserts and Cakes

 

 

 
After I had my Lunch at Tanglin Halt Food Centre, I went to find search for some dessert to eat. I saw that there was a steady queue at this Shun Xin Cheng Teng Dessert stall.

Since, most of the customers in the queue had ordered the Cheng Teng, I also followed the same ordering cold Cheng Teng. The price of Cheng Teng was surprising cheap at $1 per bowl.

The cold Cheng Teng tasted flavourful, refreshing and thirst quenching. Other than the normal white fungus, sago, barley and dried logans, there was also dry persimmon in this Cheng Teng soup, a traditional ingredient seldom found nowadays. 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $1(Tea)

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