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This is panzer living in Holland. I work in Holland. I like to hang out in Bukit Timah, Thomson, Katong. Italian, Peranakan / Nonya, Japanese are my favorite cuisines. I also love Hawker Centre, Restaurant, Peking Duck.
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Lightest Sponge Tea Cake EVER Smile Sep 22, 2011   
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Categories : Japanese

Tea-Time cake

Tea-Time cake

 
I really, Really, REALLY don't know how the Japanese does it. They have perfected the art of commercial Confectionery and Patiserrie like no other.

Kudos to Tampopo for coming up with this delightful Tea-Time cake.

The sponge is so airy that you are almost biting next to nothing and the cream they piped into the centre of the sponge is so Fresh and Light, it does not make you feel too guilty about having a second, or a third cake at one go!

They have succeeded in their intention to get customers to eat more than a piece., because my husband went and bought 10 pieces!

 
Recommended Dish(es):  Tea-Time Cake
 
Date of Visit: Sep 18, 2011 

Spending per head: Approximately $2

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Categories : Bakery | Hawker Centre

 
Aaahhh.....My mouth is watering as I am writing this review tongue
This is one of the Best and Freshest bun shop EVER!

The Empress Road branch, which I am reviewing here, opens as early as 6am to feed the hungry bellies of the breakfast crowd of workers and students with their freshly baked goodies. And if you are not an early worm, you may not catch these wonderful creations as the stall closes by 11.30am.

All the buns are about 60-80cents depending on filling and they are seriously pillowy soft.
If you happen to catch the Butter Buns fresh out of the oven, you can taste the cube of butter melting into your mouth as you bite through the bun and the slight saltiness of it juxtaposes nicely with the sugar sprinkled on top of the bun.

My children loves the Kaya and Cheese buns for the generous fillings in them. My friend's son say that the Chicken Floss buns are the best he has ever tried. The Banana Custard bun has fresh banana in it with a mildly sweet custard but is not always available. I tried the mini Chocolate Muffins and they were a chocoholic's delight with an intense chocolate flavour. Everything here is worth trying!
Mini Kaya Buns

Mini Kaya Buns

 
Mini Cheese Buns

Mini Cheese Buns

 
They also have seasonal goodies like the cookies during Chinese New Year and Hot Cross Buns during Easter.

Though they call themselves 'The Fresh Bread Shop', there are no bread loaves/slices for sale...

It helps that I have the owner's mobile on speed-dial as I can easily reserve 4 boxes of 10 pcs to feed my hungry hordes at home smile

 
Recommended Dish(es):  All the buns
 
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Categories : Cantonese/Hong Kong | Hawker Centre | Noodles

 
Though I frequent ABC Brickworks Food Centre quite regularly, this stall has never really caught my eye due to many variety of stalls here. I finally managed to patronise it, not once, but twice in the week.
Dumpling Noodles

Dumpling Noodles

 
I bought the Dumpling Noodles for takeaway and it did not disappoint. The Dumplings were moist and succulent and the noodles not over done. Surprisingly, it was not overly oily as some other wanton noodle stalls would be heavy on the oil.

Actually, all the other dishes look quite appetising too.

However, I was not impressed by the service the second time I went to the stall. My daughter wanted to eat wanton noodles but wanted to exchange the Char Siew for Shredded Chicken (she loves wanton but no so much Char Siew). And guess what the stallholder charged us? An extra $1!!!

It was only a simple request and we did not even ask for extra ingredients, just a change of meat. No service or pleasing of customer here.

Not going back again.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Do not ask for change of ingredients
 
Spending per head: Approximately $4

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Tang Yuan Dou Hua Smile Sep 20, 2011   
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Categories : Hawker Centre | Desserts and Cakes

Tang Yuan Tofu

Tang Yuan Tofu

 
I always like to patronise Soyako for their Dou Hua as they do a good job with the Beancurd. It's smooth and the syrup is not too sweet. The addition of Tang Yuan (Glutinous Rice Balls) makes it more interesting in terms of texture. I am sure the Tang Yuan was not handmade but commercially sourced but that did not spoil my dessert.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Dou Hua (Beancurd)
 
Date of Visit: Sep 02, 2011 

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Mini Baos Smile Sep 20, 2011   
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Categories : Chinese | Hawker Centre

Lotus Paste Bao

Lotus Paste Bao

 
Yummy baos with generous filling that can be eaten in 2 bites. Perfect for the mid-morning or afternoon tea-breaks.

It's even tastier when eaten fresh from the steamer and the filling oozes out in a thick lava smile

When I patronise this stall, I buy at least 10 baos in different flavours to freeze at home and then steam and eat at my own leisure smile
 
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