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Skyyse
This is Skyyse . I also love Desserts and Cakes, Pasta, Juices.
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Hei Ice Cream OK Dec 31, 2013   
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Categories : Café | Desserts and Cakes | Ice Cream and Gelato

Finally i get to try the Hei Ice Cream at Awfully Chocolate (AC)!

 

 
I got a single scoop of Hei Ice Cream ($4.90) and i was quite shocked at the serving. A single serving literally filled the takeaway box that was meant to hold the ice cream. Speaking of which, i quite like the packaging with AC's standard colours of white and black.

The chocolate taste is super creamy and thick and the ice cream melts rather quickly. Recommended to share unless you are a true-blue chocolate lover. Still i am impressed with the serving and i think it is a fair price to pay!
 
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Chicken Pie OK Dec 31, 2013   
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Categories : Bakery | Halal

 

 
Polar Puffs and Cakes has underwent a lot of transformation and transition from a small pastry shop to a popular bakery with several outlets located around Singapore.

 
Besides their sugar rolls and cakes, they do serve pastries like chicken pie, curry puff, tuna puff and more. I got the Chicken Pie ($2.20) and it was still warm when i ate it. I love the flaky buttery skin and the chunks of chicken and other assorted ingredients like vegetables and mushrooms. It is quite a filling pastry but a bit expensive.

There was a bit of a communication barrier when i told the staff i wanted chicken pie and when she said curry puff, i corrected her. At the cashier, i told her its one chicken pie but she said its curry puff and proceeded to change the food for me.
 
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Pastries Smile Dec 31, 2013   
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Categories : Cantonese/Hong Kong | Desserts and Cakes

 

 
Tong Heng is one of my favorite shops to get some decent pastries. They sell a delectable range of pastries and confectioneries.

 

 
I often get their diamond-shaped Egg Tarts and Barbequed Pork Crisps. The pastry skin for the egg tart is soft and flaky and coupled with the smooth custard. The barbequed pork crisp is also another crumbly pastry filled with bbq pork meat. I like the crumbly texture with the pork.

Both desserts are not too sweet and it definitely a favourite among the young and old.
 
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Tops Curry Puff Smile Dec 31, 2013   
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Categories : Sweets/Snack | Kids-Friendly

 
Tip Top serves curry puff, sardine puffs and also a limited variety of fried finger food as well as bee hoon. I happen to pass by this stall and decide to get their Curry Puff ($1.30).

 
Tip Top’s version of this popular Singaporean snack is a little different with a thicker and crumbly skin as well as spicier fillings. The pastry skin is also quite fragrant but I think I prefer it to be a little bit thinner. But it made up for it with its spicy fillings. Though I did not eat the curry puff straight away, it still smells good after a few hours.
 
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Beancurd Roll OK Dec 31, 2013   
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Categories : Cantonese/Hong Kong | Dim Sum

 
Top: Chives Beancurd Roll, Bottom: Beancurd Skin Roll

Top: Chives Beancurd Roll, Bottom: Beancurd Skin Roll

 
Decided to get some of my favourite Beancurd Skin rolls at Ho Kee Pau but the stall only left one piece so I ordered a Beancurd Chives roll. Both of them are equally oily but I prefer the Beancurd Skin Roll cause the taste is not as heavy as the Beancurd Chives roll. The latter had a strong chives taste, and although I can tolerate the taste well if it is used as a minor ingredient, it was very overwhelming and even my sister who took a bite didn’t like it. The Beancurd Skin roll was slightly better, with little prawns and meat in it. Quite crunchy with the fried beancurd skin.

 
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