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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 : Cantonese/Hong Kong | Zi Char | Roasted Meat

Grand Mandarin Restaurant is strategically located right next to the MRT station and is surrounded by offices and shop houses, with an open car park next to the restaurant. No problems with accessibility at all – definitely an ideal location for an F&B establishment!
We were invited to sample the fine dining menu that comes with a price tag of $174++ per pax.
Our favorites :
1. Honey Glazed Barbecued Pork Loin ($15 per order)
Every famous restaurant must have their signature dish. For Grand Mandarin Restaurant, it is the Honey Glazed Barbecued Pork Loin. The crimson red roasted meat was glistening with a fine layer of oil, with a lovely light charring from the caramelization of the honey; it was aesthetically pleasing and appealing.
2. Double-boiled chicken soup with nassarius and gastrodia tuber ($20++ per pax)
The double-boiled soup was packed with quality herbs and seafood. Each sip immersed us in a potent and luscious broth.
3. Grilled lamb ribs with egg in Mongolian style ($48++ per pax)
One of the more unique dishes we have tried, the lamb ribs were grilled to a perfection, topped with a lava egg that when pierced and flowing over the lamb, coated the well grilled lamb chop with its gooey yolk added another dimension to the taste – a delicate and exquisite flavour.
4. Chilled bean curd pudding with Mango puree served with coconut ice cream ($10++ per pax)
The traditional mango pudding was given a further twist with the inclusion of melt-in-your-mouth soybean curd. Good innovation and harmonized well with the main courses.
Overall, Grand Mandarin Restaurant presented each dish impeccably in terms of both taste and aesthetics.
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SUFOOD 舒果 @ Raffles City Singapore – Innovative Vegetarian food!
SUFOOD Singapore finds its inspiration in Italian cuisine; chiefly through its reliance on using basic cooking techniques that coax diverse and rich flavors from quality ingredients in order to create innovative and delicious meat-free dishes.
Strictly speaking, SuFood is not purely Italian cuisine but rather a fusion of both Italian and Chinese. You can find pasta, spaghetti, baked rice, salad, pastries in the menu – alongside seaweed, Chinese herbal or stewed vegetable soup and invigorating local desserts.
If you think vegetarian food is lackluster without meaty flavours, you will probably be impressed by how SuFood can challenge your prejudice. We tasted an 8 course meal ($25 per head) and from the appetizer, main course to the dessert, we give them a big thumbs up.
Besides its emphasis on health by providing balanced, nutritious food, and fresh ingredients without artificial chemical and additives, SuFood also did not neglect the aesthetic factor as well, as every dish served was beautifully plated and presented. The sequence of dishes served achieved a certain harmony in taste, allowing you to fully appreciate the art of eating and the beauty of the food.
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Recommended Dish(es):  Honey Glazed Barbecued Pork Loin,Double-boiled chicken soup with nassarius and gastrodia tuber,Grilled lamb ribs with egg in Mongolian style,Chilled bean curd pudding with Mango puree served with coconut ice cream
 
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Categories : Italian | Taiwanese | Vegetarian | Salads | Noodles

SUFOOD Singapore finds its inspiration in Italian cuisine; chiefly through its reliance on using basic cooking techniques that coax diverse and rich flavors from quality ingredients in order to create innovative and delicious meat-free dishes.
Strictly speaking, SuFood is not purely Italian cuisine but rather a fusion of both Italian and Chinese. You can find pasta, spaghetti, baked rice, salad, pastries in the menu – alongside seaweed, Chinese herbal or stewed vegetable soup and invigorating local desserts.
If you think vegetarian food is lackluster without meaty flavours, you will probably be impressed by how SuFood can challenge your prejudice. We tasted an 8 course meal ($25 per head) and from the appetizer, main course to the dessert, we give them a big thumbs up.
Besides its emphasis on health by providing balanced, nutritious food, and fresh ingredients without artificial chemical and additives, SuFood also did not neglect the aesthetic factor as well, as every dish served was beautifully plated and presented. The sequence of dishes served achieved a certain harmony in taste, allowing you to fully appreciate the art of eating and the beauty of the food.
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Categories : Coffeeshop | Noodles

Fans of Da Dong Prawn Noodles probably get quite annoyed with the frequent shifting, opening and closing of this highly dynamic stall, like a mischievous boy that’s unable to sit still, it is quite a feat trying to keep track of where the shop would move to next. As of now, the shop has re-appeared at Joo Chiat road, occupying a stall in the coffeeshop.
As always, we ordered both the dry and soup version.
Dry version ($8) – the sauce blended well with the noodles, with the shallot oil and ingredients harmonizing well, just that the portion was probably a little small for the price we paid.
Soup version ($8) – again the bowl of prawn mee was quite small with two small prawns, some bean sprouts and a few slices of pork.
Our verdict, Da Dong Prawn Noodles has good prawn broth, except that the portion may be not as generous as some other famous prawn mee stalls. Steep pricing and tight control of portion size might be an issue for some here!
Although the prawn noodles tasted quite good but we will not come back due to his attitude and steep price!
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Categories : Coffeeshop | Noodles

The shop occupies a corner shophouse along Jalan Ayer and is walking distance from Kallang MRT. Besides selling prawn mee and drinks, Ngoh Hiang is sold as a side order as well.
We ordered the dry and soup version.
The $5 prawn mee came with small-sized prawns; and were sliced into half to facilitate eating. The prawns were fresh and sweet, yellow noodle and bee hoon was cooked to a good texture, not too soggy or under-cooked, the bee hoon was thicker than the ordinary thin bee hoon which is a better choice in our opinion, as we find that thicker bee hoon will soak up less of the broth.
We enjoyed the appetizing noodles immersed in mouthwatering soup, that was brimming with the sweetness of prawns and pork ribs. The prawns, although medium sized, are nevertheless fresh and tasty.
By the way, they allowed soup to be refilled.
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Recommended Dish(es):  Prawn noodles
 
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Categories : Cantonese/Hong Kong | Chinese Desserts | Desserts and Cakes | Halal

Hee Kee desserts serves up a spread of Hong Kong desserts, with over 80 items on the menu freshly hand-made by in-house chefs. Hee Kee desserts serves up a spread of Hong Kong desserts, with over 80 items on the menu freshly hand-made by in-house chefs. The dessert joint has a vintage Hong Kong style feel to it with soothing 60s jazz music playing in the background. Before we forget to mention, Hee Kee is Halal certified so everyone gets to enjoy what’s on offer!
Our verdict, amongst the desserts we tasted, Traditional Steamed Milk Pudding, the coconut ice cream with peanut crush as well as the D24 Durian Sauce with Sago and Durian pancake are the ones we recommend trying.
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Recommended Dish(es):  Durian pancake,coconut ice cream with peanut crush,Traditional Steamed Milk Pudding
 
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