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VERY GOOD! Smile Jul 30, 2013   
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Categories : Malay | Food Court

 
This was the most number of dishes I ever ordered from a nasi padang stall. I ordered 3 vegetables, and 2 meat! HAHA! It was really funny too see the shock on the macik’s face as she saw this girl ordering more and more! I had a reason though, I was sharing with a friend so I was given the liberty to order whatever I want!
I chose the brinjal, spinach and ladyfingers for my vegetable and sotong and beef rendang for the meat.
The smell was absolutely amamzing! Vegetables all tasted really good as usual due to my love of vegetables. All of it tasted really fresh and not extremely spicy. The sotong was a tad too spicy for me but I was able to ingest it as the rice made it less spicy. Even if it’s way too spicy for me I’ll still swallow it happily as it was really good! Lastly, the main ingredient that I really like is the beef rendang. I love how the beef is really soft and in small cubes for easy ingestion. The gravy that accompanied it had a very strong distinctive taste which leaves you wanting for more!
If you’re ever in this area, stop by to try the malay food! With the friendly service from the macik and this absolutely tasty food, you won’t regret wasting some calories here!
 
Spending per head: Approximately $8

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Not too bad OK Jul 30, 2013   
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Categories : Thai

 
Was hoping to try get some quick Japanese food at Isetan (which always seem to be holding Japanese food fair) but was met with a Thailand food festival fair instead. Wasted not time in grumbling, as Thai food is one of my other favourite cuisines. The space that they have didn’t really have allow much on the spot demonstration as many were selling ready-made items. I spotted a queue nearer to the middle of the fair and decided to check it out.
The chef was cooking some glass noodles/rice on the spot for the customers. I was hooked! I ordered a chicken glass noodle ($5) and was charged $6 instead. The cashier pasted the wrong sticker on my box and quickly apologized, refunding a $1 to me without any hesitation. Good service!
The glass noodle was soft and fragrant; there were also a generous serving of chicken and egg. A gripe that I had is that there should be more vegetable!
Other than that, for such a fast meal, it was quite good.
 
Spending per head: Approximately $5

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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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Feed me Sugar! OK Jul 30, 2013   
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Categories : Café

With the arrival of Krispy Kreme in October, I decided to get my fix of doughnuts before my appetite for them starts increasing till I couldn't control!

 
Green Tea Donut: The green tea donut was really true to its name. It tasted just like I was drinking green tea itself instead of eating it! The cream was quite thick and although it stuck to my hand while I was maneuvering it, it was an easy lick off of my finger!

 
My favourite! Cookies and Cream: I can never resist anything that's made of cookies and cream. It's like bringing me back to relive my childhood again. I would prefer if they had more "cream" part on it although the cookies part made up for it. This felt a little more oily than the green tea one.

Nevertheless, both these doughnuts were really good and I hope J.CO donut will still survive even with the opening of Krispy Kreme.

P.S. Donut = American shortened way; Doughnut = British way of spelling
 
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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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