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cookeeatmonster
This is cookeeatmonster living in Bugis. I am a Student, work in Bugis. I like to hang out in City Hall, Dhoby Ghaut, Orchard. Japanese, Thai, Malay, Indian Nepalese fusion, Korean BBQ, Chinese, Italian, and local Sincapore taste! are my favorite cuisines. I also love and Chinese Desserts, Curries, Sushi/Sashimi, Pat Bing Soo! aka Red Bean Milk Ice.
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regular fried rice OK Jan 30, 2012   
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Categories : Singaporean | Food Court

I missed rice to this point that whatever was open at this 9ish PM was this stall. Not many stuff going on, I ordered this yangzhou fried rice, that came measly just there without not much condiments or seafood to expect.

The taste was OK, with soy sauce and chilli added on and I I could barely sort of felt the shrimp bits more or less around. Good thing that it was not so oily and the cook gave a lot of pepper to begin with!

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $5

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At the new 112 Katong! Smile Jan 30, 2012   
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Categories : Japanese | Restaurant | Ramen

My first time that I tried this under Breadtalk group branch Ramenplay.

Ordering things and names that looks interesting - and heavily relying on pictures on the menu, I ordered the meat in bamboo (forgot the name it was in japanese), calpis drink as recommended by my friend which was very refreshing with the soft hint of the yogurt milk sense and sweetness of the pink syrup, and the spring rolls in transparency.

Whatever picture they enlarge, I just picked that tongue Different than most japanese menus (aside from the ramen of course) is this mixed egg and steamed meat in the bamboo. Eaten by scooping the meat on your spoon and dipping it to the raw egg (totally new yes) it had this sweet and then creamy texture to it as you dip it to the middle of the egg yolk. I would irk out but this one was actually sweeeeet!mad

The spring colls were deliberately fresh and ultra crunchy with the vegetables inside, it was really full up wrapping on the sides, and with the non-spicy chilli ala Thai it was just mmmh mmmmh. It was a healthier option as it was not fried, but just an original wrap.

Definitely back for more of these two interesting fusions which I felt like the rolls wasn't so Japanese tongue

 

 

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $11

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jjjjjajjjangmyeon and patbingsoo! Smile Jan 30, 2012   
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Categories : Korean | Restaurant | Kids-Friendly

Oh good lord how else will I eat pat bing soo anywhere else But before the pretty bowl of ice kacang ala Korea comes, the main menu enters in.

I ordered the jajangmyeon, a very iconic instant noodle kind, the black sauce paste where all usual koreans call to deliver. This noodle is a reinvention from the lamien of the Chinese. Surprised however, was the portion! It was ridiculously tiny in a lasagna spaghetti place. So it was a short reverie of memory of how I missed jajangmyeon. Although not as sticky and authentic as the original one back there, this was the proper, more healthy version with lesser sauce (and less darker) topped with mushrooms. Push the chopstick in and mix it away! It was a more or less less tastier than back in Seoul. Told ya it was the healthier version.

Now, the queen of ice, I was surprised by its huge amount and other weird toppings - i thought it was only red bean But anyhow, I managed to finish it by SHARING. It was that huge, the ice was topped in a big bowl with all sorts of toppings that are not identifiable as in your normal ice kacang, which is why its different if you were to order it from a kopitiam. It was finished off with an ice cream scoop and cherry.

But more or less, most people come here (like me and my friend here) because the artist has sat on the seat, or watching the Kpop concert streaming outside on their huge projector. tongue

 

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $13

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Set promotion Smile Jan 30, 2012   
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Categories : Thai | Restaurant

My friend, a regular to most Thai Ex outlets, knew how the service was like which I was partly impressed. She said to me even the waitress here are all the same like the other one I frequently go, serving us casually and treat us like a friend, not as a king customer, which I dont mind and the waitress was kind and playful. Whatever I requested she immediately fetched it out.

The place wasn't full as there were only about 5 tables filled in this weekday night.

The main course, drink and dessert costed about $12. I ordered the thai fried rice, and it comes with a yam like coconut dessert and spring rolls.

The rice portion and how its fried is well done, and I immediately scarved it down. The spring rolls were quite hot as well from the fry. It was a good combination and I was longing for more rice as the chicken bits were already fried together into one rice portion.

The coconut dessert was a plus as it was a more authentic thai style. But then talk about the calories of the coconut, oh boy! tongue Whoever doesnt like coconut must kind of avoid this as it is very, very thick!

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $12(Dinner)

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Pork don and the gyoza Smile Jan 30, 2012   
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Categories : Taiwanese | Chinese | Restaurant | Chinese Noodles | Rice

Would it be only us with my friend that we were so starving everything seemed just nice in our mouths tongue

At any chance, the pan fried gyoza that came first was chopped up immediately, where the pork juice was oozing in hotness and burnt our tongue. Least to say that I remembered the burnt bottom was crispy and hard, the way I like it! Taste-wise was balanced with soy sauce so it was more on the salty side for me.

The pork chop fried rice in yangzhou style had a delicate hint of egg taste in the rice and the pork was succulent as you bite in. It was quite thick in its fillet so it was very much filling!

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $9

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