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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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Categories : Singaporean Chinese | Hawker Centre

Lagoon Carrot Cake has fulfilled much of our expectations, it has the right texture and softness, great seasoning and white radish taste, Crispy exterior but soft with right moist interior as well as generous portion of eggs.
This is one of the real good one in Singapore. We slurped up a sizable plate of the carrot cake and made our way back to the stall for a second serving.
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Recommended Dish(es):  White Carrot Cake
 
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Categories : Café | Desserts and Cakes

Located in Jalan Besar, Windowsill In The Woods is a cosy space that is cheerful and kid friendly. It was like we’re all characters of a kids’ storybook, there was even a mini podium with a large bear sitting on it.
We ordered Iced Latte ($6.00), Iced Chocolate ($6.00), Hot Chocolate ($5.50),Smores Slice ($8.00),Strawberry Lemon Slice ($7.00) and Camp Symmetry Slice ($8.00).
Camp Symmetry Slice ($8.00) - Must try!
This pie was unlike any other that we’ve tasted, it was made up of white chocolate pudding, some raisins in the middle with white truffle cookie streusel. While the components might not sound like they will blend well… It did! It was like fireworks in our mouths – this is a must try if you absolutely LOVE truffles.
Grasshopper Mint Pie is also a must try! We first had a taste of their Grasshopper Mint Pie back at Penny University
While the pies had flakey pastry, it would be nice if it had been crisper. On the whole, we fell in love with every pie we tried - they were simply delightful! Some might find the price to be slightly steep, but at least quality is definitely assured!
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Recommended Dish(es):  Smores Slice Pie,Pies,Camp Symmetry Slice Pie
 
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Categories : Bakery | Desserts and Cakes

We had the opportunity to try three of their flavours, including their Classic Original, Tempting Oreo and their new flavour – Blueberry. And to make sure that everyone is able to have a bite of these Jelly Hearts, everyone of their products is halal certified!
Classic Original
There is a light, slightly chewy and sour jelly resting atop the non-baked cheese cake, the difference in texture between the layers was a good kind of intriguing. The cheesecake itself was well balanced and all layers went well with the crust!
Blueberry
This time round the jelly tastes a little like blackcurrant juice.There were also berries in the cheesecake layer with chocolate biscuit crust at the bottom.
Oreo
Said to be a hit with the kids, we think it could really be a hit with all ages. All of us liked it as it was light and not too sweet. The different layers looked “very cool”.
Our verdict, definitely a great delectable dessert after a meal: the melt in your mouth fruit jelly, fragrant digestive biscuit and the soft cheesy cake combination create a wonderfully light dessert that is somehow fascinating to all ages.
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Recommended Dish(es):  Oreo,Classic Original
 
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Categories : Hawker Centre | Noodles

There are two famous prawn noodle stalls at Old Airport Road Market & Food Centre: Albert Street Prawn Noodle, with a long history that can be traced back to 1963, and Whitley Road Big Prawn Noodle, which we have just reviewed. Sadly, Albert Street’s only branch at Lavender Food Court has closed its shutters, along with the closure of the food centre recently.
We went there over a weekend and the queue wasn’t that long. However, Albert Street Prawn Noodle seemed to have slightly more patrons than its counterpart Whitley Road Prawn Noodle. Does it mean Albert Street is better in quality and taste?
We ordered the dry version prawn mee ($5) which came with a big bowl of soup with sliced prawns and pork ribs submerged in the stock.
Albert Street Prawn Noodle served up a more generous portion of prawn mee as compared to Whitley Road Prawn Noodle, and the soup was tastier, though we still wouldn’t call it impressive. Looking at the many accolades displayed at the stall, we weren’t able to truly appreciate why – perhaps a case of faded glory?
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Categories : Hawker Centre | Noodles

So the Great Prawn Mee mission continues. We found ourselves in Old Airport Road Market & Food Centre to check out two old timer prawn mee stalls – Whitley Road Big Prawn Noodle and Albert Street Prawn Mee, both having been raved about by many.
Not sure how many of you have had the chance to visit the once famous food centre under the Toa Payoh flyover along Whitley road in the 70s – that’s where the birthplace of Whitley Road Big Prawn Noodle is.
We ordered only the dry version ($5) since it came with soup as well.
The soup was a vivid orangey colour, a sip of the soup revealed a strong and distinct prawn flavour that we think was too fishy. It also lacked sweetness and the much needed fragrance of a good prawn soup. Compared to many other prawn mee we have evaluated in the last few weeks, the prawn broth of Whitley Road Prawn Noodle was mediocre.
It's a head-scratcher why their loyal fans keep on returning despite the myriad of issues we experienced. Though Whitley Road Prawn Noodle is purportedly one of the best prawn noodles in Singapore, we have our reservations!
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