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YUM! Smile Jul 30, 2013   
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Categories : American

 
The baby ribs here are absolutely amazing. Drenched in Chili’s famous sauce and slow cooked to perfection. The meat is really soft and juicy, easy to pull apart from each bone along the ribs. Every mouth of these ribs brings you closer and closer to heaven as you chew the meat without much effort.
You’re allowed to choose 2 side dishes for the main course. I chose their classic French fries and corn on the cob. The fries were piping hot when served, filed with potato; it was really fat and nice! The corn is wonderful too, showered in butter and baked slowly, it leave a nice residual taste in your mouth. It is not overly buttered but if you’re on a date, you may want to avoid this as eating corn can get pretty mess. A trick that I always use is to use the knife to grind the corn out, like a corn grinder. Moving your knife as though you’re cutting a piece of meat. You not only look lady-like/man-like,, you can impress your date without looking like a pretentious person/a barbarian.
This place gets pretty busy during lunch/dinner hours especially on Friday-Sunday as people come out to play. You may want to call in for reservations to avoid the long queue.
 
Spending per head: Approximately $20

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Aromatic! Smile Jul 30, 2013   
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Categories : Bakery

I never realized that Choa Chu Kang had such nice food! From the simply Baker Talent which is cheap and good to the ananas cafe which serve $2 chicken rice, this can be considered a small food haven to diners!

Further down the mrt station that's outside a jewellery shop is Pie Kia (a cheeky pun! haha!). As I walk through the place, I could smell the freshly baked pies! It seems to get sold out pretty quickly as they have a promotion now (buy 5 get 1 free). I guess this makes it faster to clear too.

I got 3 different flavours, 2 of the same thing each. Ham and cheese, black pepper chicken and roasted chicken.
They all more or less tasted the same but they were all really good! I like that the filling stays intact and not drop all over the place even though you've bit into it. The crust was also flaky and crispy. If you eat it immediately, the filling inside is still very hot!

It's definitely good for breakfast as it's not too heavy but you still get to fill your stomach with these little pies!

 
 
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Bring me to thailand! Smile Jul 30, 2013   
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Categories : Thai | Restaurant | Curries | Kids-Friendly

From Siam Kitchen to ThaiExpress, Singapore is no stranger to Thai food. I, of course, want to try every thai food establishment there is in this tiny island

 
Poo Phat Pong Kari (Ric with Soft Shell Crab, Egg, and Onion Curry) - $12.90 (Description on the menu says that this dish was created by a thai and japanese chef for their wedding dinner!)
How romantic is that! Creating your own food at your wedding!

I love the combination of these 2 cuisine as both of them are contending for my most favourite cuisine. The amalgamation of these 2 cuisine together is an angel's gift for mankind. The soft scream crab was soft and the sauce that was poured along it made it either softer and more flavourful. Did i mention that i ove this combination!
The Jasmine Rice was also very fragrant. I often wonder what type of rice they use to cook such a nice-smelling rice.

Eating the soft shell crab together with the rice was a very good experience!
 
Spending per head: Approximately $14

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Rara ramanman Smile Jul 30, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Ramen

 
Being a member of this establishment, I frequently patronize ajisen ramen whenever it is one of the dining options. During the 3rd monday of every month, members get a 50% off on all ramens. This is very worth it as for about $5-6, you can get one hot bowl of soup and noodles! Hard to come by nowadays where prices are always increasing instead of going south.

I ordered the seafood ramen and this has always been my favourite as the soup broth is always very tasty, the noodle was soft and easy to chew (which I like). you can also slurp them up for the fun of it! They are also very generous with their ingredients which includes Japanese crabmeat, scallop, beansprouts and sotong. Pretty worth it for a price of $11 considering that Ramen takes an effort to produce. If you would like a set menu (1 side dish and a drink), the seafood ramen will amount to $14.90.

Do give it a try and of course, become a member to enjoy better discounts!
 
Spending per head: Approximately $11

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CUPCAKE! Smile Jul 29, 2013   
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Categories : Desserts and Cakes

My friends got me a box of 3 12 cupcakes for my birthday (red velvet, cookies and cream and chocolate chocolate!) - 1 for $3
I only managed to snap a picture of the red velvet before it was gone. You can see that it's really soft as it became slanted to one side due to my poor handling. HAHA!

The red velvet is one of the best-selling cupcakes due to its simple but yummy taste. The red colouring with a heart shape on top makes it look really cute and princess-y, and also gave it a very distinctive look! Made from cocoa and buttermilk and butter, this rich creamy goodness melts in your mouth and make you crave for more.

Calories? PSSH.

 
(the cream cheese frosting on top is supposed to be white, my lighting must've been yellow when I took the picture)
 
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