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Carrot Cake Smile Dec 17, 2013   
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Categories : American

I think I've just about tasted quite a variety of Carrot Cakes that are offered in Singapore. Every time I see a carrot cake, there's this craving for me to consume it.

 
The carrot cake was filling and there were carrot slices inside. The cream was thick and not too sweet, but a tad thick and overly creamy. The slice was a little thin for the price and there was a lack of walnuts (which would have made it more worth it)

 
The box that the cake was packed in.
 
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Categories : Cantonese/Hong Kong | Teochew | Dim Sum | Seafood

On weekdays, the high tea buffet is 19.80++ per adult pax from 3-5pm. Do make a reservation beforehand as all the tables were filled up even though it was a weekday. They do charge for GST and service charge but the service in the restaurant is really good. They are very fast in filling up your hot tea and getting your orders. Despite them pushing their push cart and carrying trays of food around, their organization doesn't allow them to miss their customers and are able to deliver the food still piping hot to your table.

Though the dimsum is from 3-5pm, their last order started around 4:15pm. Do go there on time so you get to have the whole experience. There is also complimentary calamansi juice lol

There was way too many dimsum and food offerings on the day but I've included some of the better options and food to avoid.
paper wrapped chicken

paper wrapped chicken

 
Paper wrapped chicken. Didn't know this dish existed! And I'm glad there's no limit on how many you can eat. The chicken while a little hard to get to since you need to tear through the paper, it's flavor was similar to the pandan chicken that you can eat at thai restaurants.
black sesame

black sesame

 
Black Sesame was served hot, thick, and felt very authentic as if they did it in-house.
fried fish skin

fried fish skin

 
Fried Fish Skin with salted egg powder. very nice to snack on when you're on the brink of being so full
curry bao and eggtart

curry bao and eggtart

 
Their curry puff is a bao that is filled with curry chicken, carrots, and potatos, and then fried. Very refreshing way of presentation. The eggtart was soft, flaky, without being too oily and the size of the tart was just right.
fried tofu skin

fried tofu skin

 
fried tofu skin was perfecto.
cheong fun

cheong fun

 
char siu cheong fun was ok. not horrible nor enough to rave about. their char siu bao was very on the spot though.
phoenix claws

phoenix claws

 
Phoenix Claws were served hot and the claws were removed. The sauce, I believe was XO sauce and was just right, though a tad oily.
steamed pork ribs

steamed pork ribs

 
Steamed Pork Ribs with Black beans (we ordered two of this). Flavored and steamed very well.
fried shrimp and gyoza

fried shrimp and gyoza

 
Fried Gyoza and Prawns were crunchy and hot so it didn't feel very oily. Would have been perfect with wasabi mayo.
wasabi mayo, duck meat, and shark fin

wasabi mayo, duck meat, and shark fin

 
Every pax is entitled to only one serving of the above. The bowl is the shark fin soup which was very generous with its shark fin and the texture was very thick and just what I had in mind. The shell for the wasabi mayo 'abalone' was cold, though the abalone seems to be more like squid than abalone.
congee

congee

 
salted egg and minced pork congee was not that great. save your stomach space unless you really like congee
pork jelly

pork jelly

 
though this is a chef recommendation, this is probably the one dish I would never want to eat anymore should I go back.

The meal was about $50 for 2 after the GST and service charge which is quite worth it if it covers your lunch and dinner for that day--and you get to satisfy your dimsum craving!
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Steamed Pork Ribs, Fried Shrimp and Gyoza
 
Date of Visit: Dec 13, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately $25(Dinner)

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Yummy Dinner Smile Dec 17, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Coffeeshop | Steaks and Grills | BBQ

 
What we were given after we ordered and paid. There was a non-stop flow of customers when we were there.
teppanyaki sirlion bento

teppanyaki sirlion bento

 
Teppanyaki Sirloin Bento was $9.50: it includes karaage which is fried chicken, several pieces of sliced sirloin served in teriyaki sauce. The rice had the japanese condiments on top which was a nice touch and the bento was served with a bowl of miso on the side.
mixed grill

mixed grill

 
Mixed Grill was really worth it at $10.90. The portion was humongous! The salad was generous and similar to the bento's salad in dressing. The spaghetti was cooked aglio olio (might want to mention something if you can't take spice). Chicken Sausage, 2 pieces of meet and corn. This is not for the faint hearted but for the hungry!

 
That's where their chili sauce and condiments are. Save the environment by taking on what is necessary.

 
Total price of dinner was $22.40, though honestly we could have done without the mushroom soup. It was served hot, but tasted watery--most likely canned soup.

Would want to consider their baked rice or prawns if I was to return
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Mixed Grill
 
Spending per head: Approximately $10(Dinner)

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Breakfast Deluxe Supreme Smile Dec 17, 2013   
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Categories : American | Fast Food | Ice Cream and Gelato | Burgers and Sandwiches | Kids-Friendly

First time having a Breakfast set: apparently it's for the undecided ans there's scrambled eggs, pancakes, mcmuffin, sausage, and turkey bacon!

 
They made it on the spot so the staff actually came out to deliver it to us.

 
Presentation of our food. Whipped on some butter on the pancakes and their syrup. The taste all paired well together. Don't for get the ketchup and the chili.

The odd thing about the milo was there was chili sauce in the straw (that was kind of gross) and we had not touched the sauces at all. I hope that was not a slip of hygiene...

 
Receipt. Breakfast for 2 at $10. Honestly, I was quite full from sharing this meal. Had it had the meal to myself, I'm sure that I would not have space for lunch.
 
Date of Visit: Dec 15, 2013 

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First time for this stall Smile Dec 17, 2013   
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Categories : Sichuan | Food Court | Chinese Steamboat/Hot Pot

I last saw this stall almost a year ago and was surprised that it was still around. The aromas that come out from the kitchen always seems so enticing and you can hear the fires that are ongoing in the kitchen.

 
The bowl is super huge and it has a decent presentation

 
The spoon has holes in it so that the oil can be sifted out when you take your food

 
There's always an ongoing line there

The food was not cheap it was $28 total and we had Kang Kong, White Cabbage, a bit of shrimp, beef, chicken, and pork. The food is priced based on the weight of your food and the cost per gram. Your dishes are cooked in their house mala sauce and garnished with some peanuts.

I don't eat chili padi but I could take the mala sauce as long as I had a bowl of rice. It's really a very satisfying meal as the food is served hot and it makes you feel warm inside. The trick is not to let it touch your lips and to avoid biting on the black small pepper balls which will make you feel numb. Overall, though priced high, my tummy did not get upset from the food so I definitely will consider heading back there sometime mad
 
Recommended Dish(es):  bai cai,kang kong,beef,shrimp
 
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