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The Mango Sensation  Smile Sep 05, 2011   
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Categories : Chinese Desserts | Desserts and Cakes

My sis was craving for Mango Xi Mi Lu. When we were at ION Orchard the other day, heard friends saying about the dessert shop , Mei Heong Yuen... The main branch was at Bugis. Went there once and it was always full of people.

Tried their Mango Sago. The mango and sago portion is quite ok, taste well also. Not bad!!

 
Tried their yam cake too, is a bit different taste then the one I normally take at Imperial Treasure but still up to standard.

 
Overall, this dessert shop is definitely a good one in Singapore.
 
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Kim's Family Smile Sep 04, 2011   
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Categories : Korean | Restaurant | Korean BBQ

I normally went to the main branch at Lorong Kilat. But now probably I would prefer to go for this Clementi one partly because it is less crowded. It is located at Sunset Way, along the stretch of restaurant , just beside Fortune Cuisine ( steamboat buffet ).

 
The main attraction of Kim's Family food, besides their authentic Korean dishes and waiters (Most of the staffs are actually from Korea), is their refillable appetizers. What's more, it is really a wide range of appetizer, we got at least 10 different side dishes. Nice right?? But normally you will feel too full to refill after 2 rounds as their main dish is quite a big portion too.

 
Alright, we ordered a set meal that comes with a BBQ pork and soya bean soup stew. Heard they are famous for their soya bean stew, so how could we miss it? Well, the BBQ pork was grilled quite well, tendered and the BBQ sauce is nice. Not bad a try! For their soya bean stew, to me, the taste is average. Not that special and tasty to me... their BBQ meat perhaps is the main attraction dish.

 

 
Ordered another spicy kimchi ramen which turns out to be the 'expensive ' version of Xin La Mian. The instant noodles sold in market. Abit disappointed for this. I'm almost wanted to ask them are they using the instant mee packet and just add in some seafood.. that sell at $15 per bowl... Saddd...

 
Anyway, their BBQ and stew are still tasty... with their REFILLABLE appetizer. Although the spicy kimchi ramen was a big hiccup, the overall dining experience was still a nice one!
 
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Yummy Tutti Smile Aug 30, 2011   
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Categories : Singaporean | Desserts and Cakes

Tutti frutti is a frozen yogurt selling worldwide. But guess in Singapore, there's only one stall here beside Clementi Mall.

A bit different concept than Frolick, their main idea is more to self-service. Follow these simple steps to get you a cup of your own favour yogurt!

(1) Choose your yogurt of the day- you can choose from 10 over flavour. Can mix whatever you like. If you are not sure about the taste, no worries, get the friendly waiter to help you, you can taste the yogurt before hand. 100g is ard $3.70. How much is 100g? Roughly 2 rounds of the yogurt. I would recommend the flavour: Tutti frutti and guava.

(2) Self-service machine, take your own yogurt.

(3) Self-service toppings counter - 10 over toppings for you to choose from!

(4) Pay smile

Alright, self-service get you to experience the 'making' your own flavour yogurt but one disadvantage is you never know how much you need to pay for the yogurt until the last step. So, must have self-control, if 'syok sendiri' , too excited over it and get too much yogurt.. you can put it back tongue

 
 
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Ramen Craving  Smile Aug 28, 2011   
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Categories : Japanese | Ramen

They are famous for their chicken soup base ramen. Indeed, it is really the authentic and thick chicken soup. I had drank the same type of soup base in Vietnam where they only used chicken bones and meat to make the broth, the real chicken soup. But not as thick as Marutama's one. In fact, I prefer the one I have tasted in Vietnam which is less thick. But still, this is one Ramen which you can't miss.

 
Not like normal Japanese ramen restaurants like Ajisen Ramen etc, their choices are quite limited. But it appears as a good thing to me, no need to scratch your head to think what to eat.

 
Their ramen ordering goes like this: You order a basic ramen with only the ramen, soup base and spring onion and seaweed, starting from $12. And then you can add on type of toppings you want, eg: char sew, egg, seaweed etc. Some recommendation for the toppings, choose this special half boiled egg, which you have this hard boiled white egg but half boiled york, sound amazing right? Just wonder how they make sure every egg is like that. And their seaweed is really nice and chewy.

For their side dishes, I would recommend their grilled roasted pork (char siu). The tender in and just nice grilled roasted pork. I would say this is the best I have tried so far. Some other good side dishes like omelet and dumpling worth a try too.

 

 

 
Overall, it is one good choice if you crave for ramen. Although they always have a long queue outside and quite a small restaurant but their service is fast. Turnover rate should be quite fast too.

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Special Nasi Lemak Smile Aug 23, 2011   
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If there is one dish to recommend from Old Town, perhaps I will choose this Nasi Lemak Special bowl

 
Well, how special it is?

I guess the credit should go to the special sambal. The sambal, unlike some hawker centre nasi lemak, is authentic, rich and thick, fried together with ikan bilis and onion. The rice is nicely done as well which is rich in coconut fragrance.

Most of the time I would only visit Old Town in Malaysia which appears to be cheaper. The same Nasi Lemak is ard RM 9 (~ $ 4) but in Old Town Singapore, it sold at $6.80. But now, they have some promotion on when you bought a pack of any Old Town Instant White Coffee, there is coupon inside for you to get a free Nasi Lemak with any purchase. Quite worthwhile I guess since I like their coffee too. It does taste better than Nescafe but of course at a higher price sold.
 
Spending per head: Approximately $10(Breakfast)

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