The popiah here in this mall is quite good, I like it. It is of a rather big size and very tasty. It costs $2 per roll of popiah. There are two options: spicy or not spicy. The filling is juicy and savory with a crunchy bite from turnips; the popiah skin is supple, smooth and chewy. The combination works well altogether and the skin holds up the substantial filling. This experience puts this popiah place on the list of my favourite popiah places.
Coffee bean is a relaxing coffee joint that i like to head to for teatime treats, The coffee is dependable, and the cakes are pretty good too. Th cake i always get is the cheesecake. The chicago cheesecake costs only 5 dollars a slice and is a huge portion. The cheesecake has nice tones of lemon in it, and is very creamy and smooth with a lovely crunchy biscuit base that is just delicious
Imperial treasure and crystal jade are probably neck in neck for most of their dim sum items, however one area that imperial wins hands down is te egg tarts. These egg tarts are big in size, and are very delicious. They are wobbly and smooth and contrasts with the crunchy and sweet pastry that holds the soft custard The fragile tarts break upon the slightest pressure so be careful!
The pulut hitam ice cream at Island Creamery is honestly very unique. There is no other place in the world that serves this flavour of ice cream and does it so well! I don't even like the normal dessert of pulut hitam, but find myself loving this version in ice cream. The black rice adds contrast of texture and the ice cream is smooth creamy and not too heavy on the palate. Each scoop costs 3.20.
This Hainanese boneless chicken rice stall at Tiong Bahru Market is pretty well known and there is always a queue whenever i visit. I decided to try it out one day and was pretty satisfied with it. The chicken rice cost 3 dollars a packet and the rice was fragrant and delicious. The chicken was boneless which made it easy to eat and was succulent and juicy, with good flavour.