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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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Divine pizzas for the big party Smile Jan 11, 2012   
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Categories : Italian | Café | Pasta | Kids-Friendly

Without thinking twice, we know that Pizza Hut was always having a Q, whereas I remembered that Sarpinos had a branch here and it was always ready without a lot of people, so we thought that we could get our pizzas fast!lol

So to say, the prices were different if we were to buy per slice it would be $3.50-4 in regards to the toppings, from supreme meat, olive vegetarian, original cheese, and other combos.

With the order of 4 full rounds for $25 which has about7 or 8 slices, we had the time of our life eating the slices like mad. The bread base was quite thin, so we weren't so full from the really thick base, and the crust was crunchy well done! But again, there wasn't too much of cheese going on the base so we relied mostly on the full bottles of ketchup to add!
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Oh well, at least we did have our tummies filled and where the vegetarian had a good selection of vegetables for me to vote, from olives, paprika, and herbs.

Place is a bit dinky-like and dark but if you had a big group, you would feel like you'd own the place as it wasn't so popular. chopstickchopstick
vegetarian

vegetarian

 
ultra chilli slices on the chicken pizza!

ultra chilli slices on the chicken pizza!

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $20

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Fishball in Maxwell Smile Jan 11, 2012   
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Categories : Hawker Centre | Noodles

The fishball soup and noodles here is generously given, which makes me go mad as a fishballer fan! on a hot day after walking through chinatown and beyond, my friend and i landed to this uber famous Maxwell food mart for late lunch.

The noodles ranges from beehoon (the thin ones to the thicker ones which is kwayteow) and egg noodles in smaller sizes and flat sizes. I was with my friend and we shared a bowl of separate fishball soup which had fishcake bits and the pork broth.

Focusing on the soup, the clear soup had a strong flavoring of the broth, as so to compliment for the noodles. For the portion, I'm happy that they gave a lot of swimming balls and cakes! mad

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $3

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bubbling up the Q Smile Jan 11, 2012   
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Categories : Taiwanese | Bubble Tea/ Tea

When it first open, my bubble tea craze friend tried it out without hesitation. A slurp to try for me, and I knew something was fairly different than other teas I've tried.

Since I wasn't a fan of bubble tea until some craving that I wanted something sweet and chewy, the bubble tea was the answer for that.

Asking for 25% sweet level, the regular pearl milk tea, which the pearls were fairly at a smaller size than other places had the same chewy texture like I first tried. The sweetness for me was already sweet, so imagine 50% above.

The tea then had the apparent flavor to have a trickle of bitterness, which says that they use the original extract of tea. Good mix!

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $3

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New menu in a crunch base! Smile Jan 11, 2012   
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Categories : Café

After for so long and still studying, my classmates and I headed to our cafe because we didn't have any idea wherelese to save money and eat.

For the goodness sake of it (we study in LASALLE so we know that eating in 15 Minutes daily won't help anything).

Trying to find something new which is not always in the menu, I ordered their new menu, a mexican dish I can't recall the exact name. Everyone was looking at my plate thereafter, asking "what is that that looks cool man! I should've ordered that than these measly looking pasta", said one of my pals.

Stuffed in a fried wonton skin, the tacos thing was filled with shreds of cabbage/lettuce and drizzled over the chicken meat, cheese with the tomato sauce and cubes ala mexican. It could slide and sit around the plate. The portion is considered small but it is presented in such an interesting manner that whets your appetite!mad

There's no rice here, so its practically your minimal carbo intake, and the taste, without extra tabasco, is a tad spicy. The meat is cooked well done so if you're the western person, this is a good try!

 

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $7

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Categories : Hawker Centre | Noodles

The magic gem again hides within the Albert Court market, my SOS place to eat anytime with really good food at an incredible price they have kept from years!

Compared to other fishball stalls, this is considered my favorite after trying almost at every stall to find a permanent favorite! The uncle is a one-man show who cooks and the auntie taking orders. It is very busy on peak hours having always the Q at the stall.

Because of the price and the huge portion they give which suits cookeeatmonster's portion, you know you'll get the best from here. They get a B in the Clean grades.

I always order the fishball dry noodles which they separate the fishball soup into a smaller bowl. There's nothing particularly special of the noodle sauce but it gives a brown color and a hint of sweetness. As for the fishball, I know there's better but this is OK for a cure as it is very chewy!

bowlTIP! Time yourself to arrive 20 minutes before noon: No Q for you, say hello to me as the first few buyers. Or, if you're lucky, they're still open around the afternoon around 4-5pm to cure your sudden hunger.
dry noodles and the soup

dry noodles and the soup

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $3.5

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