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Carrot cake OK Sep 11, 2012   
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Categories : Singaporean Chinese | Food Court

 
Brought a plate of the white carrot cake for lunch at the food village at ngee ann city.
Presentation of the carrot cake is neat and acceptable. The carrot cake is well cooked, has a nice golden brown colour with slight burn sign on some parts of the carrot cake. As for the taste wise, is it sufficiently seasoned and not too salty. The carrot cake is cut into thick pieces and has a soft and spongy texture. The egg mixture is spread evenly onto the carrot cake and chai pok is also added to enhance the taste of the carrot cake. Price is a bit higher as compared to other foodcourt at $4.50 per plate.
 
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Traditional pastry OK Sep 11, 2012   
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Categories : Cantonese/Hong Kong | Bakery

 
After a walk at the basement of ngee ann city, I found a stall selling traditional pastries and decided to buy some home. In the end, I have brought their egg tart, wintermelon fillings pastries and many more. The wintermelon pastries is well made and baked as it has a nice golden brown colour and is poked with several holes for indication purpose. The pastries is well made, has light and flaky texture. As for the wintermelon fillings, it is not too sweet and has a soft texture. As for the egg tart, the pastry is not that crispy but still taste good. Price starts from 80 cents for a tau sar piah onwards.
 
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Red bean bun OK Sep 09, 2012   
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Categories : Japanese | Bakery

 
Brought a couple of different flavours of bread from this shop which includes the red bean bun.
To indicate the flavours of the bun, different types of indication is made on the top of the bun. For the red bean flavours, black seasme seed is sprinkle on top of the bun. The bun is well baked, has a very appealing golden brown colour. The bun is well made as it has a very soft and spongy texture. As for the red bean fillings, it has a nice red bean taste, sweetness level is just nice and has a soft and smooth texture and the fillings goes very well with the bun. Prices starts from 80 cents each depending on the type of flavours and the amount of bun chosen.
 
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Sugar cane juice  OK Sep 09, 2012   
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Categories : Singaporean | Hawker Centre | Kids-Friendly

 
Brought a cup of the sugar cane juice from this stall during lunch hours.
This cup of sugar cane has a nice and refreshing taste, no sugar syrup is added and the natural sweetness of the sugar cane can be tasted. Texture wise is quite smooth with very slight sediments found. Other than sugar cane juice, this stall also sells the traditional soya bean and the grass jelly drink. Price at $1.20 per cup and is defineitly worth the try.
 
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Carrot cake OK Sep 09, 2012   
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Categories : Singaporean | Hawker Centre | Kids-Friendly

 
Brought a plate of the black carrot cake for lunch.
This plate of carrot cake is well cooked, has the right amount of the black soya sauce added and taste not too satly. The carrot cake is evenly cut, not too thick nor thin and has a soft and spongy texture. Sufficient egg mixture is added evenly across the carrot cake. To add extra crunchy texture, chai pok is also added into this plate of carrot cake. Presentation wise is quite appealing with the chopped spring onion sprinkle on top of the carrot cake. Price at $2.50 per plate.
 
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