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Seaweedmonster
This is Seaweedmonster . Japanese, Korean, Singaporean are my favorite cuisines. I also love Stall / Kiosk, Food Court, Restaurant and Seafood.
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Economic Mixed Rice Smile Jul 29, 2013   
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Categories : Coffeeshop

 
Happened to be at Jurong East BGAIN coffee shop for lunch. After taking a look at the display available dishes, i had decided to try the mixed rice stall as there are some new dishes.

I had the hotdog with potato in tomato chilli sauce,gong bao chicken and black pepper deep fried fish cube with additional rice($4+). The hotdog with potato taste just nice as the sauce is not overpowering.The gong bao chicken has a stronger flavor but it is mild spicy.My favorite dish is the black pepper deep fried fish.The sauce taste tangy like Thailand sweet chilli sauce but on the other hand,the bits of black pepper add on the spiciness.The fish is crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.The best thing is that the fish is fresh and does not have any muddy taste.
 
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Roasted Char Siew Rice Smile Jul 29, 2013   
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Categories : Cantonese/Hong Kong | Coffeeshop | Roasted Meat

I was looking for coffee shop that open till late night or operate for 24 hours.My friend recommended me to go to this blk 302 coffee shop which is located in front of the Choa Chu Kang bus interchange.I reached at around 11.20pm and 90% of the stalls are still operating.

Bought the roasted char siew rice($3) and saw a sign that wrote take away will need to add a 20 cents charge.I asked the stall owner and the 20 cents only incur for the use of plastic container for noodles items only.

The char siew given is quite generous and sufficient brown gravy.The char siew is quite tender and soft and goes well with the sweet brown gravy.I like it when they give boiled vegetable instead of slices of cucumbers as it is more to the hong kong style of char siew rice.
 
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Categories : Japanese | Restaurant | Desserts and Cakes | Sushi/Sashimi

 
Went to Jurong Point for dinner and when i walked to LENAS,the waiter prompted me that i can choose to sit at either LENAS or MOF as they are from the same company.

I chose to sit at MOF and was given 2 menu,one from LENAS and another from MOF.Took some time to go through the 2 menu as there are so many items to choose from these 2 restaurant.

I had this dessert,breadcrumb banana with ice-cream and honeydew($6.80).I had the option to choose either to fry the banana with spring roll skin or breadcrumb.The breadcrumb banana fritter is quite unique as the breadcrumb is crispy and goes well with the sweet banana.The whole dessert is drizzled with bitter chocolate sauce.The best part of this dessert is the vanilla ice cream.The vanilla ice cream taste milky and creamy and it is not that sweet.
 
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Popiah Smile Jul 29, 2013   
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At dinner hours,i pass by this popiah stall which is located outside the coffee shop.The popiah cost $1.20 per roll which is an reasonable price.

There are a few customers in front of me,each of them buying around 2 to 3 rolls of popiah and thus the long waiting time.I told the stall owner not to cut the popiah roll into pieces so that i can walk and eat the popiah at the same time as the ingredients will not fall out easily.

The popiah taste sweet from the sweet sauce.What i like is that the skin of the popiah is fresh and not soggy even when it is wrapped with wet ingredients like the stewed turnip.What i like about this stall popiah is the crispy fried flour ingredients which not every popiah stall owner is adding.
 
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Nasi mutton biryani Smile Jul 27, 2013   
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Categories : Indian | Coffeeshop | Halal

 
Happened to be at the east area during late lunch and my friend brought me to Saffron's Cafeteria.The late lunch crowds is still alright.

Ordered the the nasi mutton biryani($5.50) and has been warned about the spicy curry sauce.The stall helper put the curry mutton first then follow by the rice on top.There is seasoned cucumbers for appetizer and a small plate of curry.The first taste of the curry is still alright until a few more mouthful,i started to ask for teh tarik as the spiciness is quite unbearable.
 
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