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Kuxz
This is Kuxz living in Choa Chu Kang. I am a Student
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Curry puff Smile Nov 10, 2013   
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Categories : Sweets/Snack | Kids-Friendly


Curry puff!! When mentioning curry puff, old chang kee will be the one that will come to my mind first as I usually brought it from them. However, this time round as I am shopping around the ang mo kio area, I have managed to spot this famous curry puff stall and decided to buy some and try it. First of all, the curry puff is well deep fried, have a very nice golden brown colour and there is not sign of any oil. As for the fillings, the potato is well seasoned with a mild turmeric flavour, have a slightly spicy taste as compared to old chang kee and also have a quarter sliced of the hard-boiled egg in it. Lastly, the size of the curry puff is much smaller as compared to old chang kee but it still retains a crispy crust even after leaving for an hour after buying it. Price wise is around $1.30 if I am not wrong.  [Review from mobile]

 

 
 
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Yong tau foo OK Nov 10, 2013   
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Categories : Hawker Centre | Chinese Noodles


As usually, yong tau foo for lunch!! Not only does this stall sell yong tau foo, it also sells ban mian, minced meat noodles and others. Hence the yong tau foo items are not as much as other stall that mainly sells yong tau foo. But I still managed to some of my favourite item such as the kangkong, enoki mushroom, yam, chili with fish paste. All the items are sufficiently cooked and the yam is fragrance. As for the soup base, it is full of flavours and goes well with the rice. Lastly, the sauce and the chili is similar to other yong tau foo stall as well. [Review from mobile]

 
 
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Wanton noodle Smile Nov 10, 2013   
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Categories : Singaporean Chinese


brought a bowl of the pontian wanton noodle for lunch. First of all, the seasoning is pretty well done as the chili is hot and spicy, slightly oily and not that salty. Next the noodle is well cooked and is not stick together. As for the deep fried wanton, it has a slight crispiness and the filling is quite little. The sliced char siew is sliced into thin slices and have a slight tender texture. Lastly, the wanton soup is quite bland and comes with 2 small wanton. Apart from wanton noodle, this stall also sells laksa, ipoh hor fun and other noodles as well. [Review from mobile]

 
 
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Duck rice Smile Nov 10, 2013   
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Categories : Teochew | Hawker Centre


Decided to try the duck rice from this stall whereby long queue can be seen during lunch hours. Presentation wise is quite neat and can still be improved. First of all, the duck meat is nicely sliced, has a soft and very tender texture and the skin is not too oily. Next the bean curd is well braised and has absorbed the flavours of the spices. As for the chili, the taste is quite fragrance, not too spicy and oily and goes quite well with the duck meat and rice. However, this plate of duck rice did not come with the soup. Price wise is reasonable at around $3+. [Review from mobile] 

 
 
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Vegetarian beehoon Smile Nov 10, 2013   
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Categories : Food Court | Vegetarian


Brought a packet of the vegetarian beehoon with my favourite food which includes the vegetarian char siew, deep fried tau kee and stir fried cabbage. The char siew is pretty well made, soft and slight tender texture. Next the deep fried tau kee has a crispy texture, fragrance and is not too oily and goes well with the beehoon. As for the stir fried cabbage, it has a home cooked taste and is not overcooked. Lastly, the beehoon is also sufficient cooked, does not stick together and not too oily as 
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