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Breakfast at Nanyuan Smile Dec 30, 2013   
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Categories : Hawker Centre | Chinese Noodles

 
I come here almost every Sunday for breakfast. The noodles are really cheap and the portions are huge and generous. The bowl pictured here is the $3 bowl where the noodles and the ingredients are served separately.

I order Mee Kia (non-spicy) and sometimes with more ketchup and vinegar, but how the old man mixes it, it's perfect. There's always a line there but the food is cooked with lots of love and passion-- super hearty and fulfilling for the stomach.

His family has to wake up in the early 2am-3am every morning to start preparing the ingredients so that they can start serving at 6am.

I'm not a huge fan of fishballs, so nowadays I request for minced pork only, and they are generous with their meat and noodles as I'm not even hungry when it comes to lunch time. Their soup is boiled from scratch and you can actually see the carrots and corn that are used to help boil the broth. I head there almost every weekend to support the stall owner's family's passion lol
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Fishball Noodles
 
Spending per head: Approximately $3(Breakfast)

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Blackballs OK Dec 30, 2013   
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Categories : Taiwanese | Desserts and Cakes | Juices

Decided to have this dessert for dinner after touring the food hall area. Had a huge lunch so I wanted something to fill the stomach without it being too sinful.
There was no one in the place, but like many places in Singapore, they were advertising they were both popular and originated from Taiwan.

 
The Taiwan actor caught my attention

 
The dish presentation did not enticing via their promotional posters

 
Decided to order their Classic Black Ball Crushed Ice. The picture differed slightly than the dish that came. It was interesting to have a bowl of grass jelly, though it's probably the first thing that disappeared. The red beans was overly sweet and I wasn't too fond of the boba. The yams and taros were decent, but the novelty wore off quickly. I'm glad to say I've tried it, but I don't think I'm going back there anytime soon unless there's 1) no line 2) i need a place to sit and chill

 
Recommended Dish(es):  Classic Black Ball Crushed Ice
 
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Sets are quite worthwhile Smile Dec 29, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Sushi/Sashimi

Sets are quite worth it when you can't decide what you want to eat and when you are sharing with others and want to order say, 2 sets for 3 pax.

Sun with Moon has not let me down in terms of their presentation and the quality of food is always on par, however, their service has gone down in recent times. This is probably because of labor issues.

The set that was ordered is Tokusen Unagi Seiro Mushi & Natsu Tempura Mori for $35.80 before GST and service charge.

 
Tempura fried and served on the spot. Was crispy and the tempura did not feel thick with oil.

 
Salmon Sashimi were rather thick and the texture was good and felt relatively fresh.

 
Unagi & rice was served in a wooden dimsum platter and leaf. The food tasted as delectable as the presentation and the unagi covered the rice well and did not feel as if the chef was skimping at all.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Unagi & rice
 
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Pepper soft shell crab pasta OK Dec 29, 2013   
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Categories : Café

 
The presentation of the soft shell crab was soft and there was succulent meat within, however, the crab was not fried and served immediately as it was a tad bit cold. The pasta was al dente and done decently, but the flavor of the pasta was sort of mundane as you get used to the pepper after a while. I suppose if you like alio olio, you would quite enjoy this pasta. I think they used olive oil and because of that it feels light and not too heavy despite the fried soft shell crab.

The reason why I would head back to Cedele is due to their 'healthy' marketing, however I think their service can definitely be better. The waitress ignores you when you need assistance and hovers over you when you'd rather they leave you alone. The bread section should be more accessible and perhaps served to those that are in business meetings or is not able to access the station so easily.
 
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unaju Smile Dec 29, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Restaurant | Sushi/Sashimi

Come here on a weekday and at lunch time and you can probably save some money, however, you won't save much because the meal is still expensive but worth it for the experience. Do take note to book and reserve seats as it's rather popular.

The waitresses are all in kimonos and it's almost as if you're escorted to Japan in an instant.
I ordered the mini-eel and Kabayaki style as I couldn't bear to spend more than I needed in order to obtain this experience ($68 before GST and service charge). There are 3 different choices that you can choose from and the most expensive option is when you can eat the unaju in 3 different ways.

1) eaten the normal way: unaju and rice.
2) eaten with spring onion, wasabi, and other condiments which they provide
3) eaten with soup

I think my favorite is option #2, but be experimental and try all 3 ways if you've never had the opportunity before.
If you're confused, do ask the waitresses as they are quite helpful.

 
Salad and Tofu as appetizers

 
The condiments that you add to get Option #2.

 
Freshwater eel that apparently they raise themself and isn't outsourced

 
Kabayaki style

 
Green Tea ice cream to finish off the meal
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Unagi, Unaju
 
Spending per head: Approximately $75(Lunch)

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