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Ice Cream @ Daily Scoop Smile Aug 26, 2012   
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Categories : Ice Cream and Gelato

Finally, transport available to take us to visit Daily Scoop at Sunset Way again.

This time we managed to reach just before they close at 9pm on Sunday. Glad that we will not go home empty handed this time round, but as they were closing, they had run out of both waffles and brownie. But it is ok, the ice cream alone is enough to satisfy us.

 
There were not many flavours left as well, luckily my favourite strawberry shortcake was still available. Besides that, we ordered a scoop of macadamia nuts. Both flavours were nice, not too sweet. I also like the small chunks of nuts or strawberry shortcake added to give the ice cream a different texture.

 
 
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Bento Set @ Osaka Cuisine OK Aug 26, 2012   
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Categories : Japanese | Food Court

Decided to go for their Japanese bento instead of our usual fried rice.

We ordered their grilled salmon set which turned out to be a disappointment. The set comes with white rice, some tiny bits of shredded carrots and cabbage with lump of mayonnaise. The grilled salmon was so so only and there were quite a lot of bones. As we dig further, we managed to find few strands of bean sprouts in the bento set.

 
 
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Minced Meat Noodle  OK Aug 25, 2012   
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Categories : Hawker Centre | Chinese Noodles

It was a rainy and quiet evening and the usual stalls we visit were closed. We decided to go for something that could warm us up.

We ordered mined pork noodles in mini pot. Noodles were nice with braised mushrooms while the soup with egg, minced and sliced pork were quite ok too. Best part was the soup was kept warm in the mini pot throughout the meal. It was comfort food on the cooling night.

 

 
 
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Bread @ Tiong Bahru Bakery  Smile Aug 25, 2012   
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Categories : Fusion | Bakery



Were very surprised when we saw this Tiong Bahru Bakery by Gontran Cherrier at Raffles city as we misunderstood it to be related to Tiong Bahru Pau selling steamed fluffy buns or egg tarts.

 
After surfing the web then we realised that this Tiong Bahru Bakery is part of Food Collective. The sales person was right that this Raffles City outlet is the same as that Tiong Bahru Eng Hoon, but not the Tiong Bahru Pau that were are referring to.

Their bread and pastry were nice and they also offered nice jam like banana apple coffee jam. Their signature plain croissant is a must try!

 
 
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Milk Tea @ GongCha Smile Aug 25, 2012   
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Categories : Taiwanese | Bubble Tea

Decided to get a nice cup of tea from Gong Cha to cheer ourselves up.

We did not go for our usual lemonade with AiYu, we ordered milk tea with pearls since we were kind of hungry. Long queue in front of the stall, waiting time of around ten minutes.

First sip was not really that nice as it was a bit warm, need to give it a shake and let the ice melt before you can enjoy the cool milk tea.

Think I will stick to lemonade AiYu next time.

 

 
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