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Sake and Dine Smile Jul 30, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Sushi/Sashimi

 

 
Ordered one plate of Sashimi Miyabe ($25.90). We changed all of it to Salmon Sashimi as none of us likes tuna or yellow fish so it's quite a waste. Calculated the price between this platter and 5-7 salmon sashimi and this turns out to be the cheapest. Ichiban Sushi is also the ONLY that allows us to change all the sashimi to Salmon. We also found out that this is the cheapest sashimi out of the 3 so there's really no reason to not allow us to change.
The salmon sashimi is quite thick over here and i love how it taste really good with wasabi.
There was a promotion going on and we also ordered this sakura sake to pair with the sashimi.
Sake and Sashimi is the best combination ever in a Japanese establishment!

Chill over this delightful combination and i believe you'll have a really good time here!
 
Spending per head: Approximately $15

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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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Categories : Thai | Restaurant | Halal

I think i should be the promoter for Siam Kitchen as I absolutely love their food! (minus their drinks, not a big fan of it.)

This time, we ordered the Kang Kong with Chilli and Shrimp Paste ($7.50) and Grilled Honey Marinated Boneless Chicken ($12.90)
Both of which are local favourites and could be found at almost every street corner in Bangkok! (The menu claims! haha!)

 
The spiciness of the Kang Kong was bearable and it's not exceedingly spicy. However if you have a friend that can only eat minimal spicy stuff, I suggest that you ask the staff for less chilli. The less chilli version might taste better as it won't burn your tongue and make the rest of the night unbearable!

 
This honey marinated chicken was quite alright, I like the sauce more than the chicken itself! HAHA! I think the Thais always come up with the best sauce. Hence they can always get just one dish and eat with Jasmine rice and not get bored of their food!

Ingenious! smile As always, I will definitely come back to Siam Kitchen from my daily fix of Thai food!
 
Spending per head: Approximately $10

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100 points! Smile Jul 29, 2013   
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Categories : Vietnamese

I love vietnamese food for its no frill and easy dishes. You know what you want exactly and go in and order. Quick and Fast!
We bought takeaway which was really fast also! My friend claims that the queue here during lunch hours is crazy long, so it must be good!
We got there around 5 plus which was between lunch and dinner hours so there wasn't anyone around and the service was really fast!

 

 
We ordered the spring roll platter ($7 nett) which comes with both shrimp fresh rice paper roll and deep-fried minced pork rolls. I never like vietnamese spring roll as I don't like the lemongrass or minty taste in it. Boy! This really changed my opinion! I love every bit of it!! The deep-fried minced pork roll was also really nice, it was juicy and it didn't feel like I was eating pork!

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Pho Sliced Beef ($8.90?). The soup was absolutely delicious (I think this is one of my top 5!), the noodles were soft and silky, the beef was really tender and easily chewed. My only gripe was that there's no bean sprouts. I love beansprouts in my pho and sliced onion just doesn't cut it as well. Still, I had no trouble polishing it off as it was really really awesome! I would love to sit in the store and enjoy my pho whilst listening to the store owners chit-chat in their local dialects.
 
Spending per head: Approximately $10

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(: Smile Jan 25, 2013   
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Categories : Hawker Centre | Seafood | BBQ

Spicy!

Spicy!

 
Sambal KangKong!

The kangkong was very crunchy and juicy! Sambal was very very nice-smelling too! Upon more eating, it felt a little spicy and my tongue was going numb but i couldn't resist popping more into my mouth! The stem part was crunchy and the leafy part was soft and nice.
Be careful of the leafy part getting stuck between your teeth!
YUMYUM!

YUMYUM!

 
Stingray was so yummy we had to get one more!
The stingray was cooked on the banana leaf which boost the flavour of the fish and removed any fishy smell there was on it. Meat was on both side of the stingray although we side had like thick chunks of meat on it. The meat was very soft and the skin was crispy. We added lime to one of the stingray, which brought out the flavour even more due to the extra kick!

I love the stingray here and will definitely be back to try more! (:
 
Recommended Dish(es):  8
 
Date of Visit: Jan 14, 2013 

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