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Cravescraze
This is Cravescraze living in Ang Mo Kio. I like to hang out in Dhoby Ghaut, Orchard, Ang Mo Kio. Japanese, Singaporean are my favorite cuisines. I also love Bakery, Café and Juices, Buffet , Ice Cream and Gelato.
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Miso Korean Restaurant Smile Aug 10, 2012   
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Categories : Korean | Restaurant | Kids-Friendly

Kimchi! This dish was one of the complimentary appetizers which they served. I can't take spicy therefore a few slices
were enough to make me 'hot'. Nyy finished up the rest and even asked for another plate. Anyway, it was free refill. Another complimentary appetizer was yellow beans. I ate 1 and stopped, as I did not know how to appreciate it. We ordered and shared the Korean rice cake, in case our main meal was not filling enough. It came with a hard-boiled egg and generous serving of chili sauce. At first I liked the chewiness. However as I ate about 4 pieces, I started to get sicked of the taste. Such things cannot overeat and would be recommended for sharing. My friend's beef set came. It looked really tempting and seeing steam coming out made me drool. It came with a bowl of seaweed soup which tasted too overwhelming. The result of mixing them together and do not be fooled by the look. It tasted really yummy. The yolk made the rice sticky
and goes real well with the tender beef slices. Feel the heat from the black pepper and the steam too. My friend was praising it throughout as he ate and perspired at the same time! My own set was less appealing as compared to Nyy. It came with a bowl of seaweed soup, fried chicken, salad and beef slices. Surprisingly, the fried chicken was rather fragrant. However, nothing could beat that pile of juicy beef slices resting on my plate, waiting to be eaten!
 
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Sweet Spring OK Aug 10, 2012   
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Categories : Singaporean | Restaurant | Kids-Friendly

This outlet had close down but I still write about it anyway. My friend and I ordered the pork ribs noodle for $5.90 each. It was a new dish, and it tasted quite bland and slightly oily. It contained a fair and sufficient serving of pork ribs to go with the noodles. The pork ribs also tasted bland. If only there were spices or pepper that we could add into our soup. We also ordered the bean curd skin roll with seafood and chicken for $3.60 to share. We liked this dish more than the noodles itself. The bean curd skin was crispy and fragrant and it goes well with the fishcake-like fillings inside. For desserts, we ordered the pudding combo for $5.90, which includes the caramel pudding, strawberry pudding and the durian pudding with red bean.
We actually split the servings into 2 portion. Our eating style was the same. We started tasting all 3 pudding first, and we ate the most horrible first and kept the best for the last. I dislike the strong eggy taste of the caramel pudding and ate it fast. Both of us felt that the red bean did not go well with the durian and we ended up eating the pudding separately. The strawberry pudding was sweet and we took our time savouring the berry taste.
 
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Buffet! OK Aug 10, 2012   
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Categories : Peranakan / Nonya | Café | Hotel | Buffet

They had little swordfish sashimis left, and I wiped all up. My friend who did not try this before came late, and I left 1 piece for him to try. This time, instead of eating with soy sauce alone, I tried adding a little wasabi. A minor spicy would do for me as I was still learning to eat it. Overall the food was not too bad and desserts fared quite well to me. The durian mousse is quite popular I supposed as people kept coming back for more. I ended up eating 7 glasses of durians.
 
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Sakura International Buffet OK Aug 08, 2012   
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Categories : International | Halal | Buffet

My friend and I went to Sakura International Buffet for a meal and I decided to be a member of the Sakura group and I paid about $40 and got the membership instantly. The graphic on the card is quite cute and it can be used as an Ez link card.
There is a large selection of sushis and I avoided taking any, as rice is rather filling. There are a huge variety of cooked food and most of them I do not really fancy anyway. For example, as above, I find those food rather common and they are cooked just to make people full quickily. I go buffeting with the purpose of getting full as well as reaching the value. A whole poached salmon lies on a pile of 'garden'. As I am a fan of salmon, I could not help using the tongs to dig some soft flesh out from its body. I tried every dessert that was available and everything tasted ordinary.
 
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House of Steamboat & Noodle Cry Aug 08, 2012   
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I met up with a large group of NS friends to have a steamboat meal. It was partly my fault that we ended up eating such lousy steamboat. It was lousy beyond imagination. Anyway, it was the company of my friends which made the eating experience slightly better, but not the food. Anyway, I will never come back to this place again. After we seated down, we were served a couple of complimentary dishes. It was only 1 round, not like other steamboat outlets around Bugis, it is freeflow! The first was the fried mantou with condense milk, I supposed. It was not fired enough as it does not have that crisp texture and feeling when I bite into it. The next dish was the chillied drumsticks. It was spicy and some of my friends liked it. I noticed many chili seeds on the drumsticks. It is because they are too lazy to remove them? Anyway, it was spicy enough to make me want to drink water. I ended up drinking some really diluted syrup drinks from the drinks dispenser.
Next was the fake scallop and fried spring rolls. Haiz, it was as horrible. It tasted soggy and seems like they had been
fried and left there for a period of time before being served to us. I hate it when I see oil seeping out of the spring rolls
too. The raw dishes were ordered by ticking on a piece of laminated paper and the choices are rather limited. It just feels so pathetic and some of the raw fish slices were unfresh. Writing this post made me feel like I am complaining all the way, and it is true anyway. Last but not least, I want to whine about the freaking soup. The so-called tom yam soup was tasteless and almost not spicy at all. They could as well give us plain water and we add in our own chilli and it would even be better.
 
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