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This is zeec . Japanese, Indian, Vietnamese are my favorite cuisines. I also love Restaurant, Café and Ramen, Seafood, Sushi/Sashimi.
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Best Hokkien Mee I've tasted! Smile Dec 10, 2013   
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Categories : Hawker Centre | Noodles

Some say that they serve the best Hokkien Mee in Singapore, so of course I had to go down to give it a try sooner or later! smile

I went down on a Sunday afternoon and guess what, the owner told me I had to wait for 1.5hrs for my food! It sounds extremely ridiculous, but I had come all the way here just to try their Hokkien mee, so I decided to just wait. Thankfully, we got our plates of Hokkien mee in 20 mins!

 
We ordered the $3 portion for each of us and the portion was REALLY LITTLE - it was like a starter for me?! But serving portion aside, this Hokkien mee is truly the best that I've tasted.

Nam Sing's version is different from many others in that they use thin bee hoon instead of thick bee hoon, and is served wet, immersed in extremely flavourful prawn stock that has been reduced to something like a gravy. This means that all the noodle strands have absorbed all the lovely seafood flavours, but the noodles did not turn soggy at all. How wonderful is that! smile

As Nam Sing is really far from where I live, I don't think I'll go down again just to have their Hokkien mee. However if I'm in the vicinity, I will definitely return to slurp up more of their yummy noodles and prawn stock/gravy! smile If you've not tried it yet, you should make a trip down soon!

 
Recommended Dish(es):  Hokkien Mee
 
Date of Visit: Dec 07, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately $3(Lunch)

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Delicious and refreshing lunch Smile Dec 09, 2013   
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Categories : Salads

SaladStop! at Great World City is relatively new.. As I'm a fan of salads and I was in a mood for something vegetarian, I decided to give this a try.

Although most people usually take away their salads, this branch could sit around 25 people. I went down at 1.30pm on a Friday, and there were many working people queuing up and the place was full. I decided to walk around for a bit and returned at 2.20pm when the lunch crowd had dispersed. 

 
The place was clean and bright and I was glad I could enjoy my lunch without the crowd around. 

 
Their signature salads were all very enticing to me, but in the end I chose Go Geisha ($9.80). First they filled a huge bowl FULL of red and white cabbage, and then proceeded to pile on some diced tofu, snow peas, sliced cucumber, shredded carrot, edamame and soba. They then poured all of these into a huge mixing bowl and added the Japanese miso dressing and tossed everything together, after which they put everything back into the first bowl and topped with some sesame seeds.

When I saw how big the portion was, I was thinking "wow this is definitely worth my money" haha. The amount of miso dressing added was just right, such that all the ingredients were nicely coated with it but not drenched in it. The ingredients were also very fresh. Even though it was a huge bowl, everything was very refreshing and light on the palate, hence you wouldn't feel full or stuffed after that.

 
I also ordered their Roasted Pumpkin Soup ($3.50) which was served hot and provided much comfort during this rainy season. The soup was naturally sweet, the consistency was just right (I'm afraid of pumpkin soups that are too thick) and the portion was quite big too. Definitely worth it and it was extremely satisfying smile 

All the salads & soups are also served with a bread stick, which tasted AMAZING. The bread sticks I've tried before are usually dense and hard with not much of a taste. But this was really light, airy and crispy, and very fragrant with herbs which kinda tasted like foccacia.

This was my first time at SaladStop! and having tried 2 other salad places before, I dare say that SaladStop! has the freshest and most variety of ingredients for you to customize your own salad.

This is now my favourite salad place and I'll definitely return to try their other signature salads!

 
Recommended Dish(es):  Go Geisha,Roasted Pumpkin Soup
 
Date of Visit: Dec 06, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately $13(Lunch)

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Awesome food :) Smile Dec 06, 2014   
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Categories : American | Restaurant | Pasta | Steaks and Grills | Burgers and Sandwiches

Was craving for some steak, and we saw that they had a set lunch which had steak as one of the main course options so we decided to give this place a try!

Their 2-course set lunch was $25++ for an appetizer and a main course. There's also a 3-course set lunch which includes dessert, but I don't remember how much that costs. Their weekday set lunch options for this week was either chestnut croquette or clam chowder for the appetizer, and duck burger, salmon or steak for main course.


Clam Chowder

Clam Chowder

 

I got the clam chowder, which had a generous amount of clams! There were a few clams in every mouthful of soup that I slurped up - the most generous I've had compared to the clam chowders I've had at other restaurants.


Steak

Steak

 

I got the grass-fed steak (can't remember the cut and the weight) and it was sooo tender and soft. I chose medium rare and it was done perfectly. It was really easy to cut and chew, it was really good. I also liked the diced tomato and onion salad that you see at the top right hand of the photo. The only bad thing about this dish was that they served the steak with goma/Japanese sesame sauce, which overpowered the steak. However I simply shifted the steak to a clean part of the plate and problem solved smile

The service was also pretty good. I liked that one waitress came to check if the steak was done the way we like it shortly into the meal.

Was super satisfied with my lunch and I thought that the amount we paid ($29.50 after GST and service charge) was really worth it for the kind of quality of food that we got!
 
Spending per head: Approximately $30(Lunch)

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Cha Soba & Sashimi Salad Smile Nov 18, 2014   
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Categories : Japanese | Sushi/Sashimi

Wanted to have something healthy for lunch today, so I got myself a cha soba and shared a sashimi salad.

Cha Soba

Cha Soba

 

The portion was just right and everything was good, just that I found the noodles chewier than normal.

Sashimi Salad

Sashimi Salad

 

We requested to have just salmon and tako for the sashimi and we got the Sushi Tei dressing. I've ordered this many times and I love how refreshing this dish is with the crunchy veg and tangy dressing.
 
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Categories : Cantonese/Hong Kong | Chinese Desserts | Desserts and Cakes

Double -boiled Milk with Mini Mochi

Double -boiled Milk with Mini Mochi

 

This is one of my favourites at Honeymoon Dessert, which is only available as a cold dessert. The double-boiled milk is like a soft tofu pudding, very very smooth and silky and slightly sweet. I also always like to add on the mini mochi which is about a dollar plus. It's like mini tang yuans, slightly doughy and chewy. I really love this combination and it can be a little filling for some people so you may want to consider sharing!
 
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