The Mushroom Soup at Marche is really fantastic. There are real bits of mushroom in the soup and you can really taste the blended up mushrooms that are used to make the soup. It doesn't really contain much fillers and there is not too much cream so you taste the pure yummy taste of the mushrooms alone. The soup is rather pricey though since portions are not exactly very big.
This popiah stall seems rather well known for its popiah. However I felt that the popiah was average at best. The popiah was rather pricey at $1.80 per roll and the minimum order is two rolls of popiah. The popiah is also very small in size and is not chock full of ingredients as a like my popiah to be. Overall very average and mediocre, and there is nothing special in terms of the taste.
The paus here are really really tiny. They are literally consumed in a single bite, yet they are priced the same as a regular sized char siew pau. Although really expensive, the paus here are really very good. The char siew filling is really moist and saucy with a thick gooey sauce coating each piece of charred pork. Complemented by a smooth fluffy pau skin the pau is almost perfect!
It was really scary at first when I saw a black coloured bun, because food is not normally black in colour! However i changed my mind after taking a bite of this pumpkin charcoal bun, the bun was so soft and fluffy it almost melted in my mouth! The pumpkin filling is good too, slightly sweet without being cloying and smooth in terms of texture. Not expensive too at only $1.40 a bun.
Nothing beats good old KFC when you are craving for fried chicken. The chicken here is super tasty and retains its crunch even when taken away to consume at home. The original recipe chicken is really moist on the inside and juicy while the exterior is crisp and crunchy with tons of their secret spice flavour on it. I like the spicy version too which is even more crisp and has some heat to it!