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Peanut Soup! Smile Oct 27, 2013   
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Categories : Hawker Centre | Chinese Soup

Red Bean Soup with Tang Yuan

Red Bean Soup with Tang Yuan

 
The "Peanut Soup" stall in Maxwell Market specializes in peanut soup and red bean soup with tang yuan in it. The peanut soup is fantastic, slightly sweet, with pieces of peanut inside. You can also have the red bean soup which is slightly less sweet, with some peanuts inside as well. There is an option to add tang yuans into your soup, and they come in either peanut or sesame flavored filling! While the tang yuan's are the frozen type, this stall times the cooking of the tang yuan perfectly, such that the texture of the tang yuan served is perfect- nice and chewy! smile
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Peanut soup with tang yuan,red bean soup with tang yuan
 
Spending per head: Approximately $2(Other)

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best liu sha bao  Smile Oct 07, 2013   
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Categories : Singaporean Chinese | Restaurant | Dim Sum | Seafood | Zi Char

Liu Sha Bao & Bo Luo Bao

Liu Sha Bao & Bo Luo Bao

 
The Scholar has the best Liu Sha Bao (Salted egg yolk) in town. With four baos per portion, the salted egg yolk is molten and slightly runny when you bite in into the soft and fragrant bao. It has a slightly more savory touch to it as compared to must other liu sha baos. I would rate it the best!

The Bo Luo Bao there is not bad too. The crust is slightly sweet and crispy from the baking and sugar coating, and the char siew filling on the inside is savory, creating a perfect blend of sweet and salty.

We also had the Sambal Four Vegetable. It was also very yummy especially for someone like me who loves spice.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Liu Sha Bao
 
Spending per head: Approximately $15(Tea)

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Authentic Peranakan Food Smile Sep 20, 2013   
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Categories : Malaysian | Peranakan / Nonya

From right to left, Assam Fish, Garlic Ladies Finger, Nonya Chap Chye, Sambal Petai, and Nonya Pork Ribs

From right to left, Assam Fish, Garlic Ladies Finger, Nonya Chap Chye, Sambal Petai, and Nonya Pork Ribs

 
Peramakan is serves authentic spicy and tasty Peranakan Food. The Assam Fish which is slightly spicy and sour was a special on the menu. The garlic ladies finger was tasty and cooked to perfection. The Nonya Chap Chye which comprises of beancurd skin, black fungus, and cabbage was fantastic, and goes very well with Peramakan's very own Sambal Belechan. The Sambal Petai which comes with prawns and cooked tomatoes, is my family's favourite. However, it is an acquired taste as Petai also known as the smelly bean, has a strong after taste. However, it is very healthy and good for detoxification. Lastly, the Nonya Pork Ribs is not spicy and highly recommended. Also , the desserts like durain puff, bubor terrigu ,and appom durian at Peramakan are awesome! I strongly recommend Peramakan if you are looking for authentic Peranakan food, but be sure to make a reservation before hand if you are planning to go there for dinner, as they tend to be fully booked at night.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Nonya Chap Chye,Nonya Pork Ribs,Sambal Petai,Durian Puff,Appon Durian
 
Date of Visit: Sep 15, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately $25(Dinner)

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Lei Cha 擂茶 Smile Sep 20, 2013   
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Categories : Hakka | Hawker Centre

brown rice lei cha

brown rice lei cha

 
The brown rice lei cha at Lei Cha is priced at $4 per portion. It is a very healthy meal comprising of brown rice, finely chopped celery, basil, peanuts, dried prawns and ikan bilis. The combination is very chewy and tasty. For those who do not like brown rice, the stall also offers a white rice version for just $3. The owner of the stall is also very friendly. I will definitely go back to Lei Cha for a healthy and economical lunch.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Brown Rice Lei Cha
 
Date of Visit: Sep 17, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately $4(Lunch)

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Korean food at Doong Ji Smile Oct 28, 2013   
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Categories : Korean | Live Sports Broadcast

After trying sundubu chigae from the many korean restaurants in Singapore, this restaurant has one of the most authentic silken tofu soup. Diners can choose between pork or seafood. There was a lot of ingredients in the soup, it was filled with sotong, prawns, clams and of course, silken tofu. It's quite a spicy dish though, not suitable for those who can't take spicy food. I also had the spicy chicken, which wasn't awesome. The chicken was a little dry and hard, but nevertheless, the quite authentic korean spiciness made up for it. I would try the pork instead the next time. Similar to all korean restaurants, they serve some side dishes before the start of the meal. The side dishes were great, especially the kimchi and the steamed egg. The staff were very polite and helped us to a second round of side dishes when we requested. One thing to note would be the crowd during meal hours. I would recommend reserving before visiting the restaurant. lol
Silken tofu soup

Silken tofu soup

 
Spicy chicken

Spicy chicken

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Silken tofu soup
 
Spending per head: Approximately $17(Dinner)

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