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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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6pc Classic Wings Set Cry Dec 26, 2014   
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Categories : Fast Food

 

 

 

 
Hearing how popular was Wingstop and its unique Fried Chicken, I went to Bedok to have a try. The Wingstop decor looked like a normal fastfood, the queue was short. 

I ordered the Teriyaki 6pc Classic Wings Set at $9.90, it came with a drink and 2 sides. The wait for the food to be ready was quite long, about 15 minutes. To my surprise, the 6 pieces Chicken Wings set was not 6 whole chicken wings but was break into 3 winglets and 3 drumlets. The size of winglets and drumlets was also quite small. 

The chicken wings smelt very nice with rich teriyaki sauce. The chicken wings were hot and crispy on the outside, but there was little meat. The teriyaki sauce was sweet and salty with a bit of caramel. However, I found that the taste of the teriyaki sauce was too salty. 

Overall, Wingstop Chicken Wings was not to my liking as the marinate sauce was too salty and the size of the wings were too small.
 
Spending per head: Approximately $9.90(Lunch)

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Gyoza Smile Dec 26, 2014   
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Categories : Japanese

 

 

 

 
There was a gyoza specialty store in Westgate. Whenever I walked pass this restaurant, I always can smell the pan frying of gyoza.

It was early evening and there was no queue. I went in to order the 1 dozen gyoza. The wait for the gyoza was quite long about 15 minutes to be ready.

The suace for the gyoza was quite strange, there was no vinegar or ginger provided or available. The only available sauce was their special soya sauce. I liked their special soya sauce. It tasted mild salty and oily, with some sweetness and spiciness. Seems like all in one sauce. 

The gyoza smell and tasted very good, crispy on the outside and piping hot, juicy minced meat inside. It did not have an oily mouthfeel. I liked the minced meat inside, there was some ginger mixed with the minced meat fillings and there was sweetness in the meat.

After eating the gyoza, my whole body and clothing smelt of pan fried gyoza. Hopefully, the restaurant can improved on their ventilation. 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $7.80(Dinner)

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Malaysian Hometown Noodles OK Dec 26, 2014   
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Categories : Malay | Singaporean | Hawker Centre | Noodles

 

 

 

 
I went to Bukit Batok wanting to eat the Ruyi Vegetarian Bee Hoon, but it was not opened today. I saw a new stall that had opened in the same kopitiam selling Malaysian Noodles. hence, I decided to have a try.

I ordered their House Special Malaysian Hometown Noodles at $2.70. The portion of the noodles looked good for this price.

The Malaysian Hometown Noodles looked somewhat similar to our local Bak Chor Mee with minced pork, pork slices, pork liver and pork balls. The difference was in the sauce. There was no special sauce in this noodle, just dark soya sauce and pork lard oil. 

The taste was average. The meat such as minced meat was just cooked in water, no marinate. The noodle  which was our mee kia, was slightly springy. The mee kia with dark soya sauce taste a bit bitter, maybe they had put too much dark soya sauce. 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $2.70(Breakfast)

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Categories : Chinese Soup

 

 

 

 
During Dinner time, there was always a queue at this new Soup Restaurant in IMM. The wait for the queue was around 15 minutes, not too long a wait.

Our family ordered the house special Steamed San Yu and Samsui Ginger Chicken. The ordered dishes took a while to came to our table, maybe the kitchen was over-wheling with customers' order.

The Steamed San Yu though looked simple was good. The fish slices were fresh, smooth and tender. The sauce was just premium soya sauce and shallot oil, it was light and good on the fish slices. 

The Samsui Ginger Chicken came in chilled and deboned. The chicken skin was silky smooth and the meat was tender. This dish came with ginger sauce and lettuce. Although I found it strange to wrap the chicken meat with lettuce and eat with rice. I would prefer to eat separately with rice.

Overall the food was good here, though a family of four would have to spend at least $50.
 
Table Wait Time: 15 minute(s)


Spending per head: Approximately $50(Dinner)

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Wanton Mee Kia Smile Dec 26, 2014   
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Categories : Singaporean | Chinese | Hawker Centre | Noodles

 

 

 

 
My friend introduced me to this Wanton Mee stall at Hong Lim Hawker Centre. This stall was located behind and away from the front view of the hawker centre, hence I had a hard time finding this stall. 

There was no much queue after Lunch hours. I ordered the normal Wanton Mee Kia at $3. They served the Wanton Mee in a cute oval shape bowl.

The Wanton Mee Kia had a heavy aroma of pork lard and savoury special sauce. The special sauce tasted like char siew sauce with hoi sin sauce. Their mee kia was unique, different from others, a bit thicker and springy like kolo mee. The Char Siew was very good, roasted on the outside with very sweet malty taste. The Char Siew meat was tender and fatty.

The wanton in the soup however was small and less meaty. The minced meat marinated was good in the wanton, I could taste the crushed dried fish in the wanton meat.
 
Spending per head: Approximately $3(Lunch)

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