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Kopitiam by day, bar by night OK Oct 27, 2013   
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Categories : Italian | European | Café | Coffeeshop | Pasta | Kids-Friendly

I ate here in the day when it was a kopitiam, and had the famous yong tau foo and vegetarian beehoon. The yong tau foo was not bad but the tau kee was a tad bit salty. The vegetarian beehoon was nice and tasty. However, the vegetarian sides contrary to popular sentiments, I found was overly fried and very oily. The zai er was not bad but the beancurd skin with mushrooms inside was overly starchy.
Yong Tau Foo

Yong Tau Foo

 
Vegetarian sides

Vegetarian sides

 
Vegetarian Bee Hoon

Vegetarian Bee Hoon

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $6(Lunch)

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Best buns in town  Smile Oct 27, 2013   
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Categories : Bakery

 
Liu Sha Bun

Liu Sha Bun

 
I would safely, say Barcook Bakery has one of the most creative flavors and best-tasting buns in Singapore. My personal favorite is the liu sha bun- a soft bun with lava- like salted egg yolk, which we normally see in baos at dim sum. I love this especially much as there is lotsa liu sha filling, which is not oily, and goes perfectly well with the soft bun! It is best eaten hot. Other recommended buns from Barcook, is the Nacho Potato bun, and the Cream Cheese with Raisin bun.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Liu Sha Bun,Raisin with Cream Cheese,Nacho Potato
 
Spending per head: Approximately $2(Other)

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Categories : Café | Desserts and Cakes | Pasta | Chinese Soup

Wagyu Beed Salad with warm mushrooms

Wagyu Beed Salad with warm mushrooms

 
Perfect for a light lunch is the Wagyu Beef Salad with Warm Mushrooms at Dome. It comes with lettuce tomatoes, avocado, beetroot, carrot, and of course, wagyu beef and warm mushrooms! The wagyu beef hot from the over, is tender and tasty, and it together with the warm mushrooms, which brings out a nice truffle taste, makes a originally cold salad nice and warm.

 
Spending per head: Approximately $16(Lunch)

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Indian food Cry Oct 27, 2013   
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Categories : Hawker Centre

Cheese Thosai

Cheese Thosai

 
Tandoori Chicken

Tandoori Chicken

 
The indian food at Satay by the Bay is not fantastic. While the portion of the cheese tosai was very generous, it was not evenly cooked, with some parts a bit burnt, and the tosai itself leaning on the thick side. The dips were also very diluted. The tandoori chicken was even worse. It was served cold, and the portion was pathetic, where a tiny piece of chicken cost me $7.
 
Spending per head: Approximately $10(Lunch)

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Guo Tie & Ban Mian Smile Oct 27, 2013   
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Categories : Food Court | Noodles

Guo Tie

Guo Tie

 
The handmade noodles, i.e. ban mian at Qiu Rong Hand made Noodles, are fantastic. The soup is savory with generous share of ingredients, and the noodles has great texture. However, what I like even more than the ban mian from this stall, is their guo tie, which is fried chinese dumplings stuffed with pork and chives fillings. While one might find the skin slightly thick in the beginning, its crispy texture, makes the dumpling taste great with the vinegar dip.
 
Spending per head: Approximately $4(Dinner)

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