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happytummy dumpty
This is happytummy dumpty living in Clementi. I work in Outram. I like to hang out in Raffles Place, Orchard, Buona Vista. Japanese, Korean, Chinese are my favorite cuisines. I also love Restaurant, Bakery, Café and Sushi/Sashimi, Burgers and Sandwiches, Salads/ Acai Bowl, Cakes & Pastries .
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Categories : Japanese | Café | Desserts and Cakes | Ice Cream and Gelato

Desserts are girls' best friends! lol

For me, I fancy Japanese desserts pretty much especially because I am a Matcha fan haha ^^

There are plenty of varieties available in St. Marc cafe. The display of the desserts adds on to its tempting ability and turns every head which passes by haha lol

Had the Little Fuji and Nara ($8.20). I like the Nara as the Matcha jelly was rich in its green tea with a tad of bitterness taste in it. Yeah this is how I like it to be haha ;p The combination was good with a mixture of Azuki beans, Matcha plus Vanilla ice cream and Matcha jelly.
Nara (top right)

Nara (top right)

 
Little Fuji

Little Fuji

 
On the other hand, Little Fuji failed to fascinate me. The dough was crispy enough but nothing extraordinary while the Vanilla ice cream was just plain sweet

Overall, I would think this is a good place for Japanese desserts, worth the try and reasonably-priced smile
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Nara
 
Date of Visit: Nov 24, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately $8(Other)

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Yummy rice grains ^^ Smile Feb 23, 2014   
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Categories : Taiwanese

Another healthy option for the health junkies! A 'fast-food' chain (all ingredients are already prepared beforehand) which sells realty rice roll, porridge, drinks and pudding.

There are six types of healthy rice grains to choose from, each type with different health properties and texture. I tried the purple rice and it was really 'QQ' with the toothsome chewiness. One rice roll ($4.50) was already quite filling for a meal as all the rice grains have low glycemic index which, unlike refined white rice, would not cause sugar spike.

For the toppings of rice roll, one can choose up to five toppings from a wide array of ingredients ranging from meat, floss, to mock vegetarian meat and vegetables.

 
For a smaller QQ rice, one can buy a snack roll which are already pre-mixed. Tried the Spicy Ikan Bilis ($2.80). The spiciness was appetizing while the rice was a mixture of purple rice and mixed grains.

Price might have been a bit steep for just a small rice roll while one could have bought a proper plate of Mixed Vegetables Rice with three to four side dishes. But the rice grains are costly which explains the price.

Drinks-wise, they offer a variety of healthy options such as Matcha SoyMilk, Purple rice Soy and Mulberry Tea.

For a healthy quick grab for take-away, QQ rice definitely would be a great choice for a filling wholesome meal! lol
 
Spending per head: Approximately $6(Lunch)

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Tantalizing to the taste buds Smile Feb 23, 2014   
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Categories : Sichuan | Food Court | Steamboat/Hot Pot

I always like spicy food as I enjoy how the spiciness would tantalize my taste buds. It is definitely even better that I get to choose whatever ingredients I would want to include in the hot pot.

The MaLai stall offers one the option of the desired spiciness level. I chose the moderate spiciness as my threshold is not very high.

 
Pricing-wise is actually a bit on the high side but well it is Food Republic so one would anticipate higher pricing range. I paid about $15 for the MaLai pot with rice which was enough for two persons. I like the spice and it wasn't too oily. It came with peanuts, adding on a crunchy touch. I would surely opt for this stall among all the others if I am at Food Republic again the next time.
 
Spending per head: Approximately $8(Lunch)

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Wholesome ZiChar meal ^^ Smile Feb 20, 2014   
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Categories : Singaporean Chinese | Restaurant | Seafood

One of the long-standing ZiChar restaurant established many years ago, the place has garnered steadily more and more customers over the years. Indeed the food quality has been maintained so far which keeps people patronizing continually.

Went there for dinner under my friend's invitation for a Zi Char treat. And ahh gladly I left the place happily satiated lol

The Fried noodles looked really inviting with the runny egg yolk served on top. Taste-wise it didn't disappoint either and it wasn't too oily as well. The beancurd with minced pork was good as well with its flavorful gravy with a zest of slight spiciness. Other dishes were all equally well-executed.

 

 

 

 
In conclusion, this would be one of my ZiChar places to head over for a reasonably-priced wholesome dinner smile *thumbs up*
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Fried noodles
 
Spending per head: Approximately $20(Dinner)

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Categories : Singaporean Chinese | Hawker Centre | Ramen | Noodles

It was indeed unconventional to find this unique Singapore-styled ramen which definitely stands out amidst all the normal hawker food fare. And it was really quite awesome.

 
The smallest bowl priced at $5.50 but the portion was already big enough to fill my stomach lol

The noodles was springy and had a delectable taste of shrimps paste. The egg was cooked sous-vide like the Japanese Tamago one usually finds in Ramen. There were a few slices of char siew which had a tender chewiness. But I don't fancy the meat as they contained slightly too much fats along with the meat while my friend enjoyed it very much mad

Besides that, there were two huge chunky wantons which were simply awesomely bouncy. And last but not least, there was a deep-fried potato-prawn fritter as well. It was a good combination and great as one of the noodle toppings but it was not as crunchy or crispy as I have anticipated.
The Ramen

The Ramen

 
Overall, unique and good quality food and reasonably-priced of course since it is at hawker center. So expect to sweat while slurping down the hot bowl of noodles hehe lol
 
Recommended Dish(es):  The Ramen
 
Spending per head: Approximately $6(Lunch)

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