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Blancheeze
This is Blancheeze living in Ang Mo Kio. I am a Student Multi-Cuisine are my favorite cuisines. I also love Restaurant, Bakery, Café and Curries, Pasta, Ramen.
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Healthier Fast Food Joint! Smile Dec 19, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Fast Food | Ice Cream and Gelato | Burgers and Sandwiches

Mos Burger is probably my favourite fast food joint in the country because unlike its competitors, the food served here are quite different, less mainstream I guess? They're the first fast food joint to serve rice and veggie burgers instead of purely just bread and also have some yummy Japanese desserts. On its website, the company also shows the nutritional information of each of its food item, so if you count your calories, you can check the website out!

It recently opened its doors at Northpoint, floor space may be small but well, I'm happy its there anyway! I've ordered the new Grilled Salmon Rice Cheeseburger ($4.25). The salmon patty I received may be a little overcooked, but it was yummy. Topped with seasoned mushroom sauce and melted cheese, it was delectable, especially in between rice!
Grilled Salmon Rice Cheeseburger ($4.25)

Grilled Salmon Rice Cheeseburger ($4.25)

 
My friend got himself his favourite, the regular Fish Burger ($3.45), which he says it taste better than the one served by Mcdonald's, I've tried it and agree, they do taste similar but the fish patty served here taste better, for some reasons.
Fish Burger ($3.45)

Fish Burger ($3.45)

 
My all-time favourite Mos Chicken ($2.70) is always good to have! Crisp, tender, moist, succulent and not too oily, it's an awesome side on its own.
Mos Chicken ($2.70)

Mos Chicken ($2.70)

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $10(Dinner)

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Cheap Thai Food! Smile Dec 19, 2013   
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Categories : Vietnamese | Food Court

It's always good to have a decent Thai food stall nearby. This stall sells some good selection of Thai and Viet food, have tried their green curry the previous time and it wasn't bad, this time I'm trying the Basil Chicken ($3.50), for its price, the portion is pretty good, it's not that spicy and I liked every flavourful taste I get from the minced chicken, compliments very well with plain white rice.
Basil Chicken ($3.50)

Basil Chicken ($3.50)

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Basil Chicken
 
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Indulge in Affordable Gourmet! Smile Dec 19, 2013   
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Categories : Italian | Middle Eastern/Mediterranean | Pasta

Platypus Restaurants offers some of the most diversified selection of Italian dishes. Under the Platypus group, there's multiple food concepts scattered around Singapore that caters to different customers from all walks of life with unique needs and preferences. This includes the Platypus Kitchen, Platypus Test Kitchen, Platypus Family Kitchen, Platypus Gourmet2Go as well as Platypus Dessert Bar. Its website is also very user-friendly with downloadable PDF menu and I consider this one of the many plus points as compared to many well-known brands out there.

I've visited the Platypus Kitchen outlet which is conveniently located at Bugis Junction. The exterior seemed to be beautifully designed which gives out a form of modern elegance at simplicity's best.
Platypus Kitchen

Platypus Kitchen

 
The interior was exceptionally inviting, full of warm and lovely furnishings mainly incorporating black and wooden colours in its spacious layout design. All the tabletop items such as menu and utensils were also meticulously placed with consistency.
Platypus's Interior

Platypus's Interior

 
Platypus Kitchen believes that gourmet cuisine should be affordable yet quality must not be forgone. The interior decorations are also creative and well thought of such that the entire place has already given customers some excellent impressions even before they order.
Platypus's Decor

Platypus's Decor

 
Their set lunch menu allows you to choose between hot soup or side salad along with your choice of beverages, some of which are pretty interesting. My buddy and I both went with the Roasted Pumpkin Soup, which would cost $3.90 on its own if we decide to go for ala carte. The soup was beautifully presented and were rich and full of true pumpkin taste, without any hint of unwanted preservatives. The soup alone was well-seasoned enough that we totally skipped the pepper! We also got the Mango Passion Fruit Tea (not in picture), which were very refreshing as well!
Pumpkin Soup

Pumpkin Soup

 
Everything was very efficient! The Truffle Fries ($5.90) came to our table even before we finished our soup. These thick cut fries were perfectly seasoned with white truffle oil then topped with perfectly shaved truffles, it was more than amazing! Definitely the best truffle fries I've ever had! The truffle taste were strong but not overpowering on those crispy non-oily fries. Highly recommended to order! The menu online showed that the price is $6.90 but they probably lowered the price which is great because it shows that they're definitely not those kind of restaurants that are all for profits!
Truffle Fries ($5.90)

Truffle Fries ($5.90)

 
The restaurant is especially well-known for their vast selection of fresh handmade pastas and risottos at pocket-friendly prices. One of their signature pastas, the Black & White, Scallop & Crab Pasta ($14.80), appealed to me the most in terms of colours and ingredients. This dish involves 2 kinds of pasta, for which the egg and squid-ink Tagliolini were nicely interwoven to create the attractive presentation. Generous amount of fresh crab meat, scallops and tomatoes were also included in the white wine consomme, which I find may be quite little, but from what I read from the menu, this was purposely cooked in traditional style and I could actually have asked for it to be more saucy. But ultimately, it was a really great dish and the handmade pasta were amazing! On its own, the dish cost up to $17.50 ala carte price.
Black & White, Scallop & Crab Pasta ($14.80)

Black & White, Scallop & Crab Pasta ($14.80)

 
My buddy ordered the Saffron & Caviar Risotto ($16.80) which costs up to $19.90 ala carte price. This saffron infused risotto were seasoned to perfection, not too wet nor dry. It was then topped with generous amount of fresh char-grilled prawns and scallops, finished with a good amount of caviar and fine herbs. On its own, its very aromatic and the caviar was my favourite part to mix!
Saffron & Caviar Risotto ($16.80)

Saffron & Caviar Risotto ($16.80)

 
We figured that since their appetizers and mains were so good, it would be a regretful idea to skip their desserts. So we got the Bailey's Extraordinaire ($8.90), which is basically a chilled alchol-infused mudpie served with crisp biscotti and shaved chocolate, topped with rich chocolate sauce. This was best enjoyed with the difference in textures by adding every spoon of mudpie on the biscotti to indulge. Perfect dessert makes an awesome ending!
Bailey's Extraordinaire ($8.90)

Bailey's Extraordinaire ($8.90)

 
Overall, every dish that came to our table were of top-notched quality with fresh and some organic ingredients to create unique flavours without adding any bad addictives that could make the dish unhealthy. The service at this restaurant was also flawless! Simply perfect! It could be one of the rarest service experience I've ever encountered unless you include hotels' and overseas' experiences. The waitstaff were all well-trained with great attitude and knowledge. Not forgetting the lovely ambience, Platypus Kitchen truly provides diners with experience close to perfection. Excellent thumbs up!
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Bailey's Extraordinaire,Truffle Fries
 
Date of Visit: Dec 02, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately $25(Lunch)

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100% Guilt Free Dessert! Smile Dec 18, 2013   
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Categories : Frozen Yogurt

I am always craving for cold desserts on to go whenever I'm outside. But most desserts make me feel guilty because it means I need to cut down on other food to keep healthy. So frozen yogurt is always there as the perfect alternative to icecream and other desserts!

I got the Wild Berry flavour and topped it up with kiwi, peaches and nata de coco. ($5.40). It's totally 100% fat-free thus guilt-free! I can have it as many times as I want in a day if not for the price. But it's always a good snack to have on to go!
Wildberry with 3 Toppings

Wildberry with 3 Toppings

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $6(Other)

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Bishamon! Smile Dec 18, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Restaurant | Ramen | Brunch | Kids-Friendly

The interesting plastic food displays at Bishamon's outlet attracted me to try their ramen during my ramen hunting period. Have ordered the basic Chashu Ramen, where it was served hot not long after I ordered. The presentation looks exactly the same as the plastic display and I love that they were very generous with the thick chashu slices.
Chashu Ramen

Chashu Ramen

 
The ramen had a good elastic springy texture and the broth was deliciously rich and yummy. There were no egg in this ramen but I figured that you can order the egg separately, which I didn't. The chashu slices may be thick and flavourful but for some reasons I didn't enjoy it, I personally find it a little tough and dry for my liking and perhaps it could be overcooked for awhile that day. However, I love everything else about the ramen.
 
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