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MissyFoodie
This is MissyFoodie living in Tampines. I am a Clinic Staff, work in Telok Kurau. I like to hang out in Bugis, City Hall, East Coast Park. Japanese, Taiwanese, Chinese are my favorite cuisines. I also love Fast Food, Restaurant and Buffet , Rice, Dim Sum.
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Vegetarian Dishes!  Smile Mar 04, 2014   
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Categories : Coffeeshop | Vegetarian

This stall serves great Vegetarian 'Zi Char', with lots of choices. My favourites are actually the salad prawn, five spice roll and Tom Yam Fried Rice.

Their Salad Prawn is not served like other vegetarian zi char stall, their prawns are in small bites and the salad sauce is served seperately. For $10, there are about 15 piece of bite-sized Prawns and generous amount of salad sauce. The Prawns are crispy on the outer and soft in the inner. The salad sauce goes very well with the prawns.

The Five Spice Roll is one of the best dishes. Each roll is $4 and it will be cut into 8-10 pieces. In each five spice roll, there are ingredients like carrot, chestnut and vegetarian meat. Each bite is full of meat and chestnut flavour, outer layer is also very crispy. Normally one Five Spice Roll is not enough.

Tom Yam Fried Rice are priced at $3.50, $4.50 and $6. For $4.50, its a rectangle box filled with tom yam rice, peas,, ham and some vegetarian floss. The Tom Yam Paste is not too spicy but is flavourful enough. Peas and hams goes well with the rice as well. The vegetarian floss gives the tom yam fried rice a special flavour, spicy and sour.

All in all, spending $18.50 for two is considered cheap for such good food. Definitely worth a try if you're in that vicinity.

 

 

 
 
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Pineapple Fried Rice OK Mar 04, 2014   
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Categories : Singaporean | Chinese | Coffeeshop | Zi Char

This seafood stall always have long queues during evening time, especially during weekend. Its famous for its Chilli Crab and its Egg Yolk Prawn. The food was just above average till they changed their main chef sometime back.

This time instead of its dishes, bought its Pineapple Fried Rice instead. There were char siew bites, pineapple dices, prawns and chickens. For $5, the portion is really big, suitable for two, but the taste of the pineapple fried rice can just be described as one word - Bland. The pineapple dices somehow has no effect on the rice, the rice is just normal yellow rice and has no pineapple smell or taste. The prawns and chickens are still okay, still edible. The sambal chilli was good, was spicy enough and goes well with fried rice and noodles. All in all, I will recommend its Salted Fish Fried Rice and other dishes, just don't try its Pineapple Fried Rice.

 
 
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Chicken Nuggets Cry Mar 04, 2014   
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Categories : American | Fast Food | Halal | Burgers and Sandwiches

Bought the deal on Groupon earlier, only paid $4.95 for an 20 Pcs Burger King Nuggets, instead of the usual price of $8.95.

Unlike McDonalds, Burger King does not limit the number of BBQ Sauce you can take. But in terms of the quality, I find that McDonald's BBQ Sauce is somewhat better than Burger King's. As for the nuggets, it is quite hard, the chicken taste is also very bland. All in all, I find that $8.95 for 20 pcs nuggets is very overpriced as the quality of the food is not really worth the price.

 

 
 
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Subway!  Smile Mar 04, 2014   
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Categories : American | Fast Food | Burgers and Sandwiches

Was at Tampines 1 and decided to buy a 6 inch Italian Ham sandwich for dinner. As usual, there were 4 slices of ham and with a selection of vegetables, including lettuce, onions, tomatoes etc. Of course, there are sauces to go with as well. Some sauces includes, BBQ, Sweet Onion, Ranch etc.

As usual, I did not include any vegetable in the sandwich and added BBQ & Mayonnise sauce into my sandwich. In my own opinion, Ham goes well with BBQ and mayonnise sauce. The Ham is cut till thin, thus it is quite soft. The BBQ sauce is really full flavoured. The bread is slightly toasted with cheese, thus the outer of the bread is crispy and warm.

Added another $1.00 for an cookie. There were an array of selection to choose from, including its famous Chocolate Chip Cookie, Double Chocolate Chip cookie and Raspberry Cookie. I will normally choose either the Raspberry Cookie or the Chocolate Chip cookie. The chocolate chip cookie is just the same as the ones served in Famous Amos, only can be described in one word - FABULOUS. All in all, each meal consist of 6 inch sandwich, cookie and a 16oz drink cost $6 which is very reasonable and value-for-money.

 

 

 

 
 
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Beer Battered Fish Smile Mar 02, 2014   
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This is my number one choice whenever I'm craving for some fried fish and fries. For $4.80, you will be able to get a Snack Bag of fries and Beer Battered Fish and for $5.90, you will be able to get a Meal Bag of fries and Beer Battered Fish. Obviously, for a meal bag, there'll be more fish and fries. You can also add another $1.00 for a can of soft drink. They do serve other alternatives such as Fried Mars Ball, Jumbo Hotdog with Mashed Potato and etc.

Bought the meal bag Beer Battered Fish once again, the fries were cutted into thick pieces, unlike the ones where we usually find at western food stalls. The fish is nicely battered and fried till golden crispy. Also, for each snack or meal bag, we will get to choose a dip to go with it and my favourite amongst the selection of dips is the Tangy Ketchup dip. The tangy ketchup is really tangy and it blends well with the fish. Of course, they have other dips like the chilli dip, tartar sauce, malt vinegar and cheese dips. Worth a try if you have not tried before! But please be prepared to wait for 10-15 minutes for the aunty to prepare the food!

 

 

 
 
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