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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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Fried seafood udon to try! Smile Jan 27, 2012   
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Categories : Malaysian | Noodles

If you know the branch in Bugis is always pretty full during lunch hours, the Park mall is rather quiet on weekends but full with people working on weekdays.

by the time know, that I've been on a noodle roll and I've been probably beaten out by now of noodles right

More or less so, but it doesn't stop me from other noodle types!mad

Seeing what looks good on the menu that is rarely tried out, the fried udon with seafood looks tantalizing enough for me to go ahead and place an order. I was expecting the chewy udon in return with again, fishball pieces here and there in sweet black sauce used to 'fry'.

While a bowl on the table was cold, but mine was piping hot, certified it just has been cook out of the wok. Udon was not as chewy as expected, but the sauce was just right and the chilli given by them on request was pretty spicey! Portion was so-so in between and I was still hungry after that, but it should be OK for the rest, the seafood they gave was plentiful!

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $6(Lunch)

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Noodles after lessons Smile Jan 27, 2012   
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Categories : Food Court | Noodles

Lessons located at Northbridge, this place was fairly close by and to run an errand at BBC complex.

Getting dried noodles, changed to kway tiao (avoiding egg noodles for the moment for CNY fatness issues), I also expected the soup with fishball and fish cake to be GOOD.

Well, it was, and the portion is on the bigger side too. Sauce was not spicy although this image looks red, mind you, but the minced meat wasn't as neutral-tasting like I find at most places, where actually pork should be sweet tasting, right!mad

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $4

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Huge Set Menu Udon and Don Meal! Smile Jan 25, 2012   
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Categories : Japanese | Restaurant | Chinese Soup

To cure the starving point of my evening night after not snacking in between afternoon, the Waraku set meal including a bowl of gohan, katsu, miso and udon was the best choice. For $20+, you are entitled to get everything in a go!

Rice and katsu was self explanatory and at least well-done in frying. Not too much grease and the crisp is just correct, breaded in bread crumbs. Rice was warm when served. Udon was also as of normal standard with clear broth soup and the white chewy noodles with your seaweed and those pink colored fish slices. Miso wasn't too salty. For this I'm going for the portion with the good price given but Waraku definitely knows well of course what they are cooking, and its what you expect.

I had to forgive the service was slow becuase it was a full house, it was rather hard to call in a waiter, as they're hard to come by and I had to just went over to the pitcher and get the water myself.

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $22

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cooling for a korean bbq! Smile Jan 22, 2012   
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Categories : Korean | Restaurant | Korean BBQ

Being used to smell like meat after a round of huge buffet gathering of korean BBQ, this new place just opened at the corner of marina square food court (hence the name THE CORNER PLACE doh) it was a coincidence to be invited with a colleague to have dinner there.

Boy oh boy did I went wild.

With the indoor setting and in the mall, the place was much cleaner, cooler, and much neater. For $25, it's cooling and it won't make you smell meat after. Placement was neat but only the tables were fairly too small to occupy what cookeeatmonster eats. tongue

The place to take your marinated meat and other carbo menu was minimal and clean, making it easy to know what is what, and what meat it is stated at the poster that labels which meat is what.

And the BBQ pit was ultra clean with the staff to change the aluminum foil each time the foil burns out, keeping your BBQ hygienic and edible and deliciously juicy. Service was pretty fast that night because there were lots of staff in hand while the place wasn't too crowded.

Samgyeopsal (pork belly) was juicy with the fresh cabbage with whole garlic just popping in your mouth with the soy paste is just... heavenly.

What's more is that for all K-pop fans, this is the place for you to gape and go fangirl as they always play the weekly music concerts on the big screen TV! Total heaven.
meat place

meat place

 
most neatest sauce place ever!

most neatest sauce place ever!

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $25

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Categories : Singaporean Chinese | Food Court | Pasta

The best well-kept public secret is noneother than the long-Q Western stall cuisine at the subsidized Koufu foodcourt at SMU University!

Best known for its big portion, hearty generous side dish and being priced for only around $5-6, it is the best steal for your buck and taste guaranteed while filling your tum with good things.

For all fans of deep fried fillets and patties, the most popular dish would be the fish and chips, giving a side dish of huge fillet fish fried in breaded crumbs, french fries and chopped cabbage smeared in mayo and ketchup. For $5, it is seriously the best find ever to find this huge portion of poultry/meat anywhere else, and it is not greasy either - fried just right and piping crispy hot!

Always a favorite for me to come, service is also generally quick to the minute as they know how long the Q can be.smile
the huge fish fillet and generous side dish

the huge fish fillet and generous side dish

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $5(Lunch)

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