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ieatandeat
This is ieatandeat living in Changi. I like to hang out in Bedok, Changi, Tampines. Thai, Singaporean, Chinese are my favorite cuisines. I also love Hawker Centre, Restaurant, Café and Buffet , Desserts and Cakes, Dim Sum.
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Yum Cha Garden Restaurant  Smile Nov 08, 2014   
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Categories : Thai

The first impression on Yum Cha Restaurant is a typical Hong Kong Style restaurant serving Hong Kong dim sum. Over the years, Yum Cha Restaurant has evolved and developed into a full fledged Chinese restaurant serving many unique dishes. The food review invitation was part of the efforts to create the awareness on their series of revamped menu.
Our verdict, Yum Cha has several good new dishes that worth to try; we highly recommend the Promfet Tapino, Dim Sum, Fried rice and Desserts. Yum Cha is certainly a good place for dining with family and friends with its good food and reasonable price.
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Recommended Dish(es):  Promfet Tapino,Dim sum
 
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Categories : Singaporean | Chinese | Coffeeshop | Noodles

 

 

 
Kim Keat Hokkien Mee is owned by Mr Lee, a man who found strength in his faith to turn over a new leaf after spending 20 years in and out of prison. Kim Keat Hokkien Mee is his turning point in life and he has not looked back since.
It is this heartwarming story that prompted some SMU (Singapore Management University) students to work on Kim Keat Hokkien Mee as a project, and requested our support for a review.
Our verdict, we strongly recommend the Hokkien mee in Opeh leaf, Claypot Hokkien Mee and the Fried Oyster Omelette here. Kim Keat Hokkien Mee is definitely worth our support, not just to a man turned over a new leaf but truly the palatable dishes that deserved our full endorsement.
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Recommended Dish(es):  Hokkien mee in Opeh leaf,Fried Oyster Omelette,Claypot Hokkien Mee
 
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Categories : American

Perhaps more well known as a coffee place, especially with a slogan like “World’s Finest Coffees”, it’s definitely lesser known as a dining establishment. We were here to sample their array of main dishes on offer – from pizzas to pastas to protein, it’s definitely a wider spread than we would have expected!
Our verdict, if you are a coffee lover, Dome café is definitely the right place to enjoy a great brew. Recommended dishes are the Laksa Pasta with Seared Scallop, Smoked Bacon Carbonara and Apple Crumble with Vanilla Ice Cream.
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Recommended Dish(es):  Smoked Bacon Carbonara,Laksa Pasta with Seared Scallop,Coffee,Apple Crumble with Vanilla Ice Cream.
 
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Categories : Café | Desserts and Cakes

Fart Tartz is a little concept café at the Singapore expo just opposite Coffee Bean. Since it is relatively new, the place was rather quiet even on weekend nights with a location that’s away from the main event halls, situated at the upper level of the Expo, a place very much away from the main crowd – even the Coffee Bean was empty. When we were there, only a few students were taking advantage of the powerful air conditioning and quiet environment to study. Besides the name, we were also drawn by many photos of pasta in jars from Fart Tartz on Instagram as well.
Worth a try is Lychee misu ($6.80).
Interesting twist, with lychee bits and cream. The lychee juice was infused in the biscuit crumb layers, together with the lychee bits in the middle to give it an extra crunch.
Our verdict – the food quality here is nothing to write home about, however, it’s still a good place to chill out with some friends, and a quiet spot to get some studying or reading done.
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Recommended Dish(es):  Lychee misu
 
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Categories : Hawker Centre | Noodles

From TV to newspapers and magazine, there is no shortage of coverage on 545 Whampoa Prawn Noodles stall in all major media outlets, simply because it’s manned by Ruifang – a university graduate! Having inherited the prawn noodle stall from her parents, this is a rare phenomenon in our local hawker scene: a young university graduate giving up the comfort of an office, in exchange for a hot and humid food centre cooking prawn mee.
But in case you doubt her skills, RuiFang evidently knows stuff. Visit her stall and you can witness how skillful she is in whipping up bowl after bowl of prawn mee.
545 Whampoa Prawn Noodles does not offer bigger prawns – instead, she serves up traditional prawn mee with small shrimp and pork slices. So none of those $20 a bowl prawn mee you can find at other prawn mee stalls. We ordered both the soup version and dry version for a comparison.
Must try the Dry version prawn noodle! The chilli mixture blended quite well with the noodles, and the flavour reminded us of the prawn mee we used to buy from the back alleys back in the old days. A nostalgic bowl of prawn noodles, it was hearty and homey.
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Recommended Dish(es):  Dried prawn noodle
 
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