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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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Curry Bun OK Dec 28, 2014   
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Categories : Japanese | Bakery

 

 

 
Whenever I walked pass this Bakery in the MRT station, I always thought this stall was Baker's Talent as they sell similar flavoured buns and stall front looked similar.

I bought a Curry Bun at $1.30. The price seem higher than Baker talent's for this item. There was a layer of cheese on top the Curry Bun which was different from Baker's Talent.

The Curry Bun had a less fluffy bread. I prefered more fluffy ones from Baker's Talent. The filling was generous curry potato which was mild spicy and I could taste and smell the curry powder.

Overall, the Curry Bun was average, I still prefer the CUrry Buns from Baker's Talent which was also cheaper.
 
Spending per head: Approximately $1.30(Tea)

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Wanton Noodles Cry Dec 28, 2014   
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Categories : Cantonese/Hong Kong | Food Court | Roasted Meat

 

 

 

 
There was always a queue at this Hong Kong Roasted Meat stall, maybe their stall was located right at the front of the foodcourt. 

I ordered the Wanton Mee Dry at $4.50. The bowl was big but the serving portion was smaller than expected.

The Wanton Mee however was not as good tasting as its looks. The mee kia was springy and properly cook. Their Wanton Mee sauce looked dark but tasted more like dark soya sauce. The Char Siew looked roasted with malt but the meat was quite bland and lean. The Wantons were quite small and had little meat, I tasted more of the Wanton skin than the meat.

Overall, this Wanton Mee was not to my liking. I would still prefer the other Wanton in the vicinity such as Eng Kee in Yuhua Hawker Centre which was also cheaper and bigger serviing portion.
 
Spending per head: Approximately $4.50(Lunch)

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Ban Mian Smile Dec 28, 2014   
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Categories : Food Court | Chinese Noodles

 

 

 

 
Finally Qiu Lian Ban Mian had opened a branch in the West after so many years. But the menu seem to be slightly different, this branch did not sell dry version of Ban Mian.

Nevertheless I ordered the normal Soup You Mian with minced meat at $4.50. I saw in the kitchen that the You Mian was freshly came out from the noodle machine when I ordered.

The Soup You Mian came steaming hot, the soup was too hot to eat immediately. I had to wait a few minutes to cool down before eating. 

I always like Qiu Lian Ban Mian soup base. However, this branch was slightly lighter in overall taste, not as meaty sweet. Maybe I was too early in the morning, the soup broth was still cooking.

The You Mian was good. It has a slightly springy texture and there was no floury taste. I liked the minced meat ball, it was marinated with seasoning and spices. I could tasted the crushed dried fish in the minced meat ball.

I did not notice the menu board stated that adding extra ikan bilis need to pay 50 cents. I told the stall lady that I wanted more ikan bilis, luckily she did not charge me extra for it.

Overall, this Ban Mian stall has very good Ban Mian, however I felt that the prices were slightly higher than other stalls in the vincity. 

 
Spending per head: Approximately $4.50(Lunch)

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Chocolate Roll & Strawberry Roll OK Dec 27, 2014   
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Categories : Bakery | Halal

 

 

 
Polar was not only famous for curry puffs but also sugar rolls. Today I was craving for swiss rolls, hence I bought a Chocolate Roll and Strawberry Roll.

The Chocolate Roll tasted very good. The chocolate roll was soft and fluffy. There was a strong chocolate aroma and taste. However, the cream in the roll was slightly salty. I prefer sweet cream. 

The Strawberry Roll did not taste good. The strawberry roll though was soft, the texture was rough and flaky. There was no cream in the roll instead sweet strawberry jam was used. 

Overall, I prefer the Chocolate Roll over the Strawberry Roll. I was craving for more Chocolate Roll after eating one. 

 
Spending per head: Approximately $1.50(Tea)

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Chwee Kueh Smile Dec 27, 2014   
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Categories : Hawker Centre

 

 

 

 
The signboard of this stall put as Tiong Bahru Chwee Kueh, I was not sure was it the authentic Tiong Bahru Hawker Centre one. The prices were not expensive, it was 8 pieces for $2.40. 

The Chwee Kueh looked similar to Tiong Bahru ones with dark brown "Cai Poh" with sesame seeds and firm chwee kueh. It was also not oily.

The "Cai Poh" was well cooked and tasted very good, not too salty with mild sweetness, similar to Tiong Bahru ones. The toasted sesame brought out a nice fragrance from the "Cai Poh". The chwee kueh was well cooked, firm and slight springy. 

Overall, I liked this Chwee Kueh and I need not travel all the way to Tiong Bahru to enjoy the same good taste. 

 
Spending per head: Approximately $2.40(Breakfast)

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