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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, Noodles, Burgers.
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Ecuador Sweet Smile Dec 27, 2014   
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Categories : Japanese

 

 

 
I always have a urge to buy Royce Nama Chocolate and always eaten the whole box of chocolate by myself in a day. But I must refrain myself unless there was a new flavour.

Today, I walk passed the Royce Chocolate store and noticed something different in the chilled fridge. The redish brown package printed Ecuador Sweet flavour. Hence, I bought one box to have a try.

When I opened the box of chocolate, it looked and smelt similar to the Au Lait flavour. The taste of the Ecuador Sweet was really similar to Au Lait flavour without the alcohol. There was the same soft, milk chocolate taste with mild cocoa flavour. 

Since the Au Lait and the Ecuador Sweet were similar in pricing, I would still choose the Au Lait flavour as the taste got the mild alcohol.

 
Spending per head: Approximately $15(Tea)

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Half Baked OK Dec 27, 2014   
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Categories : Ice Cream and Gelato

 

 

 
The weather was hot and humid, hence when I walked pass the Ben & Jerry Store, I had the urge to have a cold dessert. I always like Ben & Jerry's because they always have very unique flavours. I ordered the single scoop cup and chose Half Baked flavour. 

The Half Baked ice cream was quite hard in texture as compared to other ice cream. According to the menu, Half baked was chocolate and vanilla ice creams with fudge brownies and chocolate chip cookie dough. I could hardly find or taste the brownies or cookie dough in the ice cream, maybe they were all finely blend into the ice cream. While eating the ice cream, the chunks of chocolate chips was not only visble but also hard to bite.

Overall, I find that this Half Baked flavour was not as tasty as other flavour. Next time, I would choose a  flavour with lesser chocolate chips.

 
Spending per head: Approximately $5(Tea)

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Cze Cha Smile Dec 26, 2014   
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Categories : Hawker Centre | Seafood | Steamboat/Hot Pot

 

 

 

 

 
My family decided to have Cze Cha at this Ah Pang Seafood Steamboat at Mei Chin Hawker Centre. But a funny thing was that we need to make reservation if we want to order Cze Cha dishes as they normally only sell steamboat.

We ordered Deep Fried Grouper, Claypot Tofu, Pepper Pork Chop and Three Cup Chicken. 

The deep fried grouper was very fresh, the meat was smooth and tender. However, I felt that there was no sauce to go with the deep fried fish. 

The claypot tofu was good, though it was not served in the claypot. The sauce had a "Wok Hei" and the tofu was slight crispy on the outside and silky tofu in the inside. 

The pepper pork chop was average in taste. It was slightly dry and tough. I thought they should have use thicker meat so that inside will be more juicy. 

The three cup chicken was good. There was "Wok Hei" and alcohol aroma from the claypot. The chicken meat was tender and juicy, there was also mild alcohol taste from the savoury oyster sauce. 

Overall, the Cze Cha was good tasting with "Wok Hei" in many of thier dishes. The prices were also reasonable. 

 
Spending per head: Approximately $50(Dinner)

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Dim Sum OK Dec 26, 2014   
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Categories : Cantonese/Hong Kong | Teochew | Dim Sum

 

 

 

 

 
My family wanted to dine in another Dim Sum Restaurant in the same shopping mall but there was very long queue. Hence, we went to Crystal Jade Dining Place to have Dim Sum instead.

The dining area was cosy and premium look, though I felt the lighting was slightly dim for dining. The staffs were very attentive, it seem that a staff was assigned to a table ready to refill the tea or clear the used plates. Everytime a new dim sum came, we were given new plates.

We ordered some Dim Sums and a plate of Fried Carrot Cake. The Fried Carrot Cake had "Wok Hei" aroma but the texture of the carrot cake was soft and mushy. The carrot cake though looked dark in colour, it was actually quite spicy. 

The Dim Sums such as Steamed Prawn Dumplings was good, it had fresh and spingy prawns. The Steamed Pork Ribs was average and not meaty. I felt that the marinate using fermented beans was only on the outer layer of the meat. 

Their chilli was very good tasting. The chilli was more of the spicy fermented bean taste with heavy saltiness. The staff told me that they are not selling the chilli separately.

Overall, the Dim Sums here was average taste. I liked the Steamed Prawn Dumplings but not the rest.

 
Spending per head: Approximately $30(Lunch)

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Apa Rojak OK Dec 26, 2014   
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Categories : Food Court

 

 

 

 
After shopping at Westgate, I wanted to buy some snacks for supper. I came across this rojak stall in the foodcourt. The storefront looked attrative with a small lorry vehicle. 

I ordered the Apa Rojak at $4. The wait was about 5-10 minutes as the Rojak was freshly prepared. The ingredients like taupok and fritters were freshly toasted. 

The Rojak had a heavy aroma of penang style prawn paste. I liked the fishy smell but my mother said it was too heavy. The taste of the Rojak did not have such heavy prawn taste, instead it was a bit sourish. I saw the stall holder squeeze a whole lime into the Rojak when mixing. 

I liked this Rojak, it had different mouthfeel. There were crispiness from the taupok and fritters. There were also refreshing and juicy crunch from the green apple, cucumber and buang kwang. 

Overall, although the price was slightly high for a plate of Rojak, the taste was quite good.

 
Takeaway Wait Time: 10 minute(s)


Spending per head: Approximately $4(Supper)

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