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This is izzypeasy . Italian, Japanese, Cantonese/Hong Kong are my favorite cuisines. I also love and Pasta, Seafood, Sushi/Sashimi, Cheese.
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Teh Peng OK May 22, 2013   
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Categories : Coffeeshop

I usually like the drinks served by this stall, because they are usually thick and flavoured.

 
Teh Peng

This time round, the teh peng wasn't too impressive. Perhaps it was already 8+pm, but there was no tea taste left in the teh peng, except for a lingering milk taste. I'm guessing that they probably added extra milk into the solution to make up for more quantity and for the lack in tea taste. The good thing is at least it wasn't diluted to tasteless, but the milk water didn't taste too good.
 
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Wanton Mee Smile May 22, 2013   
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Categories : Malaysian

I came upon this stall by chance while looking for a lunch destination. It is hidden amongst a row of shophouses along South Bridge Road, providing an air-conditioned hide out for a good meal. I was rather surprised that there were actually quite alot of people in this eatery, and the atmosphere was rather chatty and cheerful, unlike the old-fashioned exterior.

 
Wanton Mee

This has got to be the most neat and presentable bowl of wanton mee I've ever tried. Served with wanton, prawns and a whole stalk of vegetable, it's very different from the usual wanton mee served everywhere else. The sauce is also much thicker; the starchy kind. The prawns were fresh, the wanton and the rest of the dish was good, but I feel it that there is no depth to the texture. The ingredients were neither chewy nor soft, I feel it lacks the QQ factor, which is something I look out for in wanton mee. The sauce was also mediocre.

 
Avocado pudding

I love this dessert. The chilled avocado cream was really soft and melty, and the caramel sauce enhanced the flavour and sweetness of the avocado. Just something awesome to counter the hot weather.
 
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Best Japanese Ramen Smile May 22, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Ramen

Ramen Santouka is one of the best Japanese ramen restaurant in Singapore. It's my favourite destination for ramen. It's not only favourite-ed by many people, in fact I've known of chefs (not in the Japanese cuisine line) giving it the thumbs-up.

The first time I tried it, I was blown away. So impressed, that I promised myself to go back to try every single ramen flavour on their entire menu.

 
Tokusen Toroniku Ramen (Shio)

This is such a luxury! The taste of the broth is so deep and intense. There was just so much taste going on in the soup, like an intricate piece of art with many beautiful layers in between, formed into a bigger piece of masterpiece. In the region of Hokkaido in Japan, the people often eat their food slightly heavier and oilier, because of the year-round winter climax, so expect this ramen to be on the heavier side.

The roasted pork cheeks served on the side are extremely valuable, because only very little cheek meat can be taken from each pig. It is rare and considered a delicacy. The meat is just like fatty tuna, melt-in-your-mouth texture, and is so rich, tasty and tender that it is really heavenly.

I also ordered an extra gyoza to go with my meal. The meat is well-marinated and flavourful, with the skin fried till crispy and fragrant.

 
Caramel pudding

I understand from the staff that most people visit the store for ramen and therefore overlook the desserts. I tried this caramel pudding and it was awesome. The caramel pudding was so soft and melty, topped with burnt caramel sauce. The resulting flavour is an array of sweet and innocent yet slightly burnt fragrance of caramel. Too good!
 
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Excellent desserts Smile May 22, 2013   
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Categories : Bakery | Restaurant

I was shopping around Tampines, and Bakerzin seems like a good rest-stop because of its good location and excellent desserts.

I've tried many of their desserts before and have been impressed so far - in fact I like every single dessert on their menu.

 
Warm Waffle with Ice Cream

Waffles with homemade cream cheese ice cream and strawberry sauce. The word cream cheese stood out for me, because I love cheese.

I love everything this dessert has to offer. The waffles bore an appetizing pastry scent, that I find alluring. It is very crispy and good. The cream cheese tasted like an ice cream version of cheese cake, which is also my favourite dessert. It was really light and soft, and I really love to slather lots of cold ice cream on a chunk of warm waffle, and eat it together. Last by not least, the strawberry sauce drizzled all over serves like a sweet happy topping to the cream cheese flavour. Love this dessert so much.

Will go back to try their main courses next time!
 
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Taiwanese fare Smile May 22, 2013   (Related Review)
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Categories : Taiwanese | Steamboat/Hot Pot

This should be the first time I'm ordering some of the main dishes from this shop to try, after seeing them located here for over a decade.

 
Bubble Tea

Can't go without bubble tea in a taiwanese cha chan ting! This should be my first experience drinking bubble tea from champagne glasses, and not the usual takeaway tall plastic cups. The flavours were strong, which was really commendable. I enjoyed every sip of my chilled champagne grape - undiluted even with ice.

 
Stir-fried vegetables with prawns

I actually liked this dish. The broccoli was still slightly crunchy, not overcooked. The sauce was succulent and tasty, good for the broccoli to soak up all the flavours. I was most impressed with the prawns because they were fresh and crunchy, and there were quite a few in this small dish.

 
Oyster omelette

This is not the usual kind of oyster omelette - I'd say this is the dry version. The egg is laid out in a thin layer, fried till crispy and fragrant on the surface yet soft underneath - this is quite intricate. The oysters are then served on top. Very unique, but nice!

 
Fried chicken

This is taiwanese style 盐酥鸡. It's been marinated with lots of spices and then fried till crispy. I like it that it's surprisingly not oily at all. In fact, it is rather addictive and delicious - one of the better 盐酥鸡 I've tasted so far.
 
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