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Categories : Shanghainese | Restaurant | Dim Sum

 
I went to Nanxiang for some Dim Sum. The deep fried prawn dumpling was one of the chef's recommendation selection in the restaurant. It costs $4.50 for 3 pieces.

The prawn dumpling's crust is very thin and crispy. Its not too oily and has a nice flour taste. The prawn used is very fresh and meaty. It was very crunchy, sweet and juicy. Additionally, the prawn dumplings are relatively big in size which somewhat justifies the price along with its taste.

I personally really liked the deep fried prawn dumplings. They are probably the best I've had in Singapore so far. Strongly recommended!
 
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Categories : Italian | Middle Eastern/Mediterranean | European | Pasta | Steaks and Grills

 
I decided to have dinner at Saizeriya. I had the grilled fish fillet with white sauce. The grilled fish is very well cooked. It was soft and moist. It goes well with the white sauce, which was not too thick. I finished the entire thing without getting sick of the sauce. It comes along with the sweet corn and some fried potatoes. The fried potatoes are not oily and in fact a little dry. It costs only $7.90 inclusive of GST and service charge. Overall I'm pretty satisfied with the standard for the price.
 
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Okonomoniyaki Gyoza Smile Sep 26, 2012   (Related Review)
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Categories : Japanese | Restaurant | Ramen

 
Bishamon offers several interesting gyozas. I decided to try the Okonomiyaki gyoza. It costs $6.80 for 6 pieces and $11.00 for 10 pieces. The pan-fried dumplings are topped off with the toppings of a typical okonomiyaki. It has the brown sweet sauce, which was moderately sweet. Also, there was the bonito flakes and spring onion. Overall, the combination was pretty average. The sweet sauce does overpower the taste of the gyoza. However, it did taste good so I wouldn't mind having it again.
 
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Butterscotch cookies Smile Sep 14, 2012   
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Categories : Bakery

 
Walked past famous amos and couldn't resist the smell of the cookies. I decided to try the butter scotch cookies for the first time. As usual, the famous amos cookies had the nice baked smell and very crispy. The butter scotch cookies are actually way less sweeter than the chocolate flavoured cookies. I especially liked the mixture of the taste of chocolate chips and a slight butter taste. I would totally recommend these bite sized cookies to people on the go. They are tasty and convenient.

I bought 200gm so it cost me $9.20.
 
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Curry chicken chop OK Sep 14, 2012   
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Categories : Cantonese/Hong Kong

 
This restaurant is opened not long ago, replacing the Jia Xiang Mee in Jurong Point. The menu mainly lists the food items with minimal visual aids. Didn't know what to expect when I ordered for the curry chicken chop.

Unexpectedly, its just a bowl of rice with a bowl of curry. The curry is pretty diluted and tastes similar to local curry. The potatoes used were pretty powdery, the ones that I dislike. However, the chicken was coated with a certain kind of flour which I like before fried. To many it may be salty but I really like the taste of the chicken. Also, it went well with the curry.

It was filling but definitely not too satisfying. It has very little meat and personally I really didn't like the curry taste along with my rice. It costs $7 for this excluding the taxes. Also, do take note that they charge for their plain water (30 or 50 cents, can't remember accurately)
 
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