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Satay Beehoon Smile Dec 17, 2013   
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Categories : Hawker Centre

The plate was served warm and there I added an extra dollar for extra ingredients. Total was $6 or $7 dollars. There's usually a long line for the stall but I was lucky tongue

There were huge pieces of squid and plenty of liver pieces-all quite fresh (as I did not have an upset stomach)
The sauce was peanut sauce-like but without being too salty that you need to gulp anything down to wash the flavor down. Despite it being peanut-based, the food did not feel too heavy.

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Satay Beehoon
 
Date of Visit: Dec 15, 2013 

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Not worth it- not coming back Cry Dec 17, 2013   
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Categories : Hawker Centre | Chinese Noodles

One of my worst experiences at ABC Bricksworks sad
I ordered the Fried Oyster Omelet for $4 and there were barely any oysters, but the worst part was that I waited at least 15 min there and all the 'cooks' were standing inside the whole time. Does it really take 15 min to make one plate of oyster omelet?

The worst part is after the plate arrived, the food was pretty much inedible cause there was barely any egg and it was all flour and starch. The oysters were rather fresh but there was only 3 pieces on the plate. What a ripoff.

I don't understand why other people were also ordering from this store and wondered if it's their first time as well.

 
 
Date of Visit: Dec 15, 2013 

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Cronuts Smile Nov 29, 2013   
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Categories : Italian | Pasta | Burgers and Sandwiches | Salads

The cronut = croissant + donut is absolutely ingenious!
Had the chocolate cronut and the original custard. Though it was a tad sweet, every bite was worth the sinfulness that came with it. They are really filling though as I only had half a cronut and I had to take a break.

Try to consume it on the same day, or put it in the fridge if you can't immediately consume it, else it may go soggy.

 
 
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Buffet OK Nov 29, 2013   
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Categories : Multi-Cuisine | Hotel | Buffet | Kids-Friendly

Deal that was bought which included free-flow beer. The glasses were small but the waitresses kept on refilling the beers, which was good.

 
Their salmon was decent but the tuna was inedible. The chefs who were supposed to cut the sashimi were not all trained properly since some of the sashimi was hard to chew due to the sashimi being cut in the wrong direction.

 
The char siu was ok and the shao rou was cold

 
This was served hot and very spicy but it didn't come out till later in the night-- it was a redeeming factor though.

Some of their hot foods are pretty good like their lamb shank and their beef rendang sauce.
 
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Good value for the price you pay Smile Nov 29, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Sushi/Sashimi

 
The mussels were really worth it! Deep fried and served hot and the sauces on top of each mussels are different.

 
There were plenty of fresh sashimi pieces in the chirashi lol, but it didn't come with wasabi.

 
A little pricier than the other dishes but it's a choice if you can't decide on what to order. Considering the number of selections that you have unagi, tempura, salmon sashimi, and broiled fish--it's really worth it. Also nice to share too mad

 
tea that you can order, but need to ask them to help you refill water.
 
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