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missysueann
This is missysueann living in Woodlands. I also love Seafood, Sushi/Sashimi, Zi Char.
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Satay Sauce + Bee Hoon OK May 28, 2013   
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Categories : Hawker Centre

 
While I patronize Ang Mo Kio Food Centre, today is the first time I tried Centre Satay Bee Hoon...

A plate of satay bee hoon which costs $3 comes in a satisfactory portion of vermicilli served with cuttlefish, cockles, prawn, lean meat and kangkong...Remarkably sweet and savory, the thick satay sauce coats the bee hoon very well...The fresh cuttlefish is extremely tasty and crunchy...

Try while is HOT...
 
Spending per head: Approximately $3(Lunch)

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Penang Food OK May 28, 2013   
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Categories : Malaysian | Halal | Buffet


Had dinner with my loved one + one of my bestie... Oh dear!! We order so much!!
Gurney Belacan Fried Rice

Gurney Belacan Fried Rice

 
Gurney Belacan Fried Rice --> Was great and flavorful without being overwhelming...
Grilled Seafood Platter for 2

Grilled Seafood Platter for 2

 
Grilled Seafood Platter for 2 --> For those looking to splurge, which has barbecued sting ray, crayfish, prawn and squid...
Premium Seafood Fired Kuay Teow

Premium Seafood Fired Kuay Teow

 
Premium Seafood Fired Kuay Teow -->Not too bad but definitely cannot beat those famous Fried Kuay Teow, too little cockles..
Prawn Noodles

Prawn Noodles

 
Prawn Noodles --> my favorite among the food with really tasty soup - although it cannot beat the best...
Penang Side Dish Platter

Penang Side Dish Platter

 
Penang Side Dish Platter --> didn't quite titillate our tastebuds, as the dish arrived looking quite unappetizing...The sambal-ish looking sauce wasn't so much spicy as it was sweet...
Rojak

Rojak

 
Rojak --> love the crunchy you zhar kway but found the sauce to be too sweet...

Overall, good food and reasonable price... smile

 
Spending per head: Approximately $22(Dinner)

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Celebrity Name?? OK May 27, 2013   
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Categories : Taiwanese | Kids-Friendly

 
I've had the Lemon Ice Jelly which, even at full sugar though my usual is 50%, was so very refreshing and tasty...I've had lemon teas like this from other bubble tea outlets but I think I Love Taimei has really nailed it in terms of the balance between ice, tea and just enough lemon so that it isn't overly sour. (I'm not a fan of sour drinks though so people who like hardcore lemon juice etc won't like this.) The jelly was nice and the Taro Q was awesome...I didn't think anyone outside of Taiwan had those so it's nice to find!!

Happen to saw Celebrity name are actually the names of the BBQ Crispy Chicken, Extra Crispy Chicken and Lemon Crispy Chicken sold at I Love Taimei 我愛台妹...

Wonder how fans of S.H.E and other celebrity name will feel about it...?? haha!!
 
Spending per head: Approximately $4(Tea)

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Healthy Shabu Shabu OK May 27, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Restaurant | Buffet | Sukiyaki/Shabu Shabu

 
Is the same concept with causeway point but the different is there's a time limited: 90mins...

Free flow of pork, beef and chicken for only $19.90 dinner...

There are 3 types of meat slices being served - chicken, pork, beef...The beef tends to be of a very very lean cut, hence is pretty tough to chew..
The other self-serve food are some rather limp looking maki rolls, veggies and mushrooms, a couple of crab balls/sotong balls, egg, vermicelli... not very exciting and selection is not wide. Maybe 15 choices in all..

There are 3 different types of soup base (Choice of Soup Base: Sukiyaki, Shabu Shabu & Kimchi) and the pot can allow 2 types...The taste is reasonable good quality, cos they have high traffic flow of customers...Food is cheap and good - value for money...The meat re-fill came quickly and all the food was fresh...

Overall a good eat when you are looking to cook something by yourself...
 
Spending per head: Approximately $22(Dinner)

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Chinese Cuisine OK May 22, 2013   
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Categories : Noodles

This is my first time having Mayim...

 
Crunchy and just nice...

 
The peanut sauce too dilute but the peanut chunks added good crunch to chewy minced pork

 
Bursting with flavour...

 
it's high in cholesterol but are not very fatty and it's very soft...

 
Was quite good

 
Jelly-like, it is quite rich, not too sour or sweet, it was just right...

 
The noodles is still smooth, The taste was alright, quite sweet and it is delicious...

 
It has lots of fruits (mango) but the mango taste can be stronger...

The service was efficient, with pretty good timing for serving food from the point of ordering...They doesn't seem quite approachable and they are rather averagely professional and presentable...

Value is there because it is cheap for its "taste" and quality...The food portion is just nice...

 
Recommended Dish(es):  Mango Pudding
 
Spending per head: Approximately $26(Dinner)

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