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Hup Chong Hakka Yong Dou Foo at Toa Payoh

A sense of sudden nostalgia made me stop at Braddell MRT on my way home from work. This was the area that I was so familiar with when I was working as a student care teacher while studying for my part time degree. The good old days indeed. Who can ever forget the taste of […]

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Chey Sua Carrot Cake at Toa Payoh

  After watching a recap programme of Yummy King in which taxi drivers and members of the public voted this as one of the top carrot cakes in Singapore, I decided to make my way there and to try it myself to see if it is really as good as what people say it is. […]

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Chomp Chomp Food Centre Part II Delights

For some reasons, I just love Chomp Chomp. It isn’t a very big food centre and most of the stalls are in fact repeated but there are gems to explore and it never fails to surprise me each time I’m there. Large-size sugar cane juice ($3.00 each from Stall 25) No more medium-sized glasses. This […]

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Ban Chuan Braised Duck Rice 萬全卤鸭饭

No, I’m not recommending its duck rice even though the subject title says so. I’ve eaten the duck rice many times before which is good but what I would really like to recommend this time is their kway chap, which is something that I’ve eaten since I was a little kid and still never tired […]

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Toast Box 土司工坊 @ Resorts World Sentosa

Probably the cheapest meals we could get during our staycation at Resorts World. We had a dinner and a lunch here mainly to save costs as everything else in RWS was terribly expensive. They were still decent meals though to fill the stomachs and for the prices we paid, even though really nothing GREAT to […]

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Broadway Claypot Rice @ Blk 728 Ang Mo Kio

Update 2016: This stall has moved to Blk 727, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6, #01-4236, Singapore 560727 (Tel: 9657 7947 / 9369 0902). I remembered years ago I had ever tried a claypot rice at a food court in Bugis that was probably cooked in another pot, transferred into a small claypot and then served. […]

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Chomp Chomp Food Centre – Food Galore!

Coming to Chomp Chomp Food Centre never fails to bring back a strong sense of nostalgia and memories of the good old JC days when I was still in Nanyang Junior College more than a decade ago. Taking a bus to Serangoon Gardens to eat at Chomp Chomp and to visit my aunt/grandmother was like […]

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