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tough; too sweet Cry Jul 29, 2013   
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Categories : Churros

 

 
I ran across the street when I smelt the awesome smell of cinnamon wafting through the air as i got close to the mrt station. Following my nose, I spotted the words churros and I made a mad dash!
Ordered the Regular Churros Cup ($3.90) and shared with my friends. Oh my, I was disappointed. It didn't melt in my mouth and it was close to being tough and being difficult to pull apart. They allowed us to add a free topping and we chose the chocolate flavour. It was way too sweet when paired with the sugar and cinnamon sprinkled on. They shouldn't allow the option of adding toppings, it's like trying to "hua4 she1 tian1 zhu2"(add something without the necessity of it).

I was very disappointed and I hope they can make fresher batch or change their batter so that it doesn't harden quickly.
 
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Not for me.  Cry Jul 28, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Sushi/Sashimi

The new seasonal promotion menu caught my eye due to its bright and happy colours.

So I decided to try the Salmon & Ikura Cream Udon with Char Siew Rice ($14.80)

 
OH MY! THE SOUP IS.. totally not for me. It was WAY TOO milky, tasted like I was drinking fresh milk and eating noodles. I felt that it was a bad combination but if you really like milk-based dishes, this dish should be able to satisfy you. On a side note, the salmon was nice as I was able to sort of get rid of the milky taste with the wasabi. I also ate the noodles together with the char siew rice. Funny combi, but the milk part kind of went together with the rice and it wasn't as bad. I left the whole bowl of soup untouched which I felt like it was a waste as I usually wipe dry the bowl ): The char siew rice was normal.

If you ask me, I would definitely not want to try this again.
 
Spending per head: Approximately $15

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Not good Cry Jul 28, 2013   
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Categories : Cantonese/Hong Kong | Dim Sum | Roasted Meat

Went to get some desserts from Canton Paradise after dinner. I didn't think it was good. The packaging was sloppy and the dessert didn't tasted nice, it was bland and disappointing.

I ordered the aloe vera and osmanthus jelly - $4.00

 
For the price, I really expected more. It filled up only half of the container and had only 3 wolf-berries in it.. Seriously. Not the way to promote their business. I could taste the sugar more than the osmanthus taste itself and it was not really a jelly but a some honeyed water. Disappointing.

I also bought the Red Bean and Yam Pastry - $3.90

 
It wasn't as bad as the jelly but it was still quite bad. Perhaps I was a little bias towards the negative viewpoint of the desserts. The redeeming quality was that it had bits of red bean that could be taken out so you would know that its made of real red bean. I couldn't really taste the yam.

I would definitely not go and order the desserts from here as it is pricey and not worth it at all. I will still try their other main dishes which they are probably more well-known for.

 
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Spending per head: Approximately $8

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Questionable Cry Jan 25, 2013   
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Categories : Singaporean | Chinese | Hawker Centre | Noodles

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Satay Bee Hoon $4

Food at Chompchomp has always been very well-known due to most stalls at the place serving very delightful bites.
However, the satay bee hoon that i tried the other day was sub-par, compared to other satay bee hoon.
Contrary to the review before me, i felt that the satay bee hoon was atrocious. I'm not sure if it's been 1 year since the last review or that the chef has changed or because i went down to early for fear of needing to wait for the tables, but the food was really tasteless.

I went around 5.30pm when most stalls were just setting up to open and the satay bee hoon seem to be one of the few that was already open long ago.
So..
Bee Hoon was normal, eatable. The peanut sauce was really questionable, it was watery and not even aromatic at all. It also felt very tasteless, like i was eating peanuts by itself. The sauce was also not absorb by the bee hoon at all. Really weird. Prawn was not very fresh and difficult to peel as the meat stuck to the shell. Cuttlefish had a funny taste, might have been left overnight ): the kangkong was okay.

The service was good, i think it was suppose to be self-service? But might be because i was early, the guy served the food to our table. He was very friendly too.
As it was early, the smokey stench of the place did not really hit us. Plus, it was quite windy that day.

Tip: Choose the seats outside instead of in the hawker centre as the ventilation is much better.

Overall, this was the worst dish that i've tried that day. I would recommend other satay bee hoon (e.g. the one at bukit timah hawker centre) than this one.

Disappointing.
 
Date of Visit: Jan 14, 2013 

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Fishy Wishy Cry Jan 11, 2013   
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Categories : Food Court | Chinese Soup

 
Black Bean with Fish - $5-6? I can't remember how much it cost. I think it wasn't that nice.
The set comes with rice and a side of cabbages.
I didn't see any black beans in the fish gravy so, it might be just a paste or something. Fish was a little fishy. They veggies (capsicum and carrots) were drowning the fish so there's more veggies than fish. Although I love veggies, i think for the price of this dish, i rather have more fish than veggies. Rice was a little dry and not the puffy kind. I don't like ): I think the cabbage is the chinese cabbage? Not too sure. They use those that can be kind of eaten raw, so there's a raw taste to it.

Overall, I didn't really like it sad
 
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