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Tzen-Mochi 曾記麻糬 – Best Mochi Shop in Taiwan!

If you want to buy food gifts in Hualien, the first thing that many people think of is probably mochi, because mochi is a snack suitable for all ages, and the most famous mochi in Hualien has to be Tzen-Mochi. Tzen-Mochi only has outlets in Hualien and Yilan County’s Suao Town. If you live in […]

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The Kueh Makers .com / Awesome Kitchen – Delicious Treats!

Came across these pre-packed kueh kueh selling at $2.60 per pack at Sheng Siong Supermarket a few months back. It was love in one bite, lol. And we’ve been getting the kueh like 2-3 times per week ever since. I know, so much sugar, but hey, no regrets man! They just go so well with […]

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J2 Famous Crispy Curry Puff

J2 Famous Crispy Curry Puff is a popular stall at Amoy Street Food Centre, that is known for its delicious and crispy curry puffs. The stall has received recognition from the Michelin Guide and is a regular awardee on the Bib Gourmand list. J2 specialises in just puffs, which come in 4 different flavours—curry potato […]

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Ah Yee’s Soon Kueh | Traditional Handmade Kueh

My maternal great grandmother was a Teochew who came to Singapore from Swatow, China. I remembered the times when all of us would gather around the dining table to help or watch her make traditional kueh during festive occasions. Her yam cake and png kueh were the best. Ever since 老嬤 passed away, I hadn’t […]

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Ban Heang | What To Buy In Penang

Besides the pastries from Ghee Hiang which would make great food souvenirs from Penang, you can also check out the array of Malaysian food products and snacks from Ban Heang. Ban Heang sells tau sar piah, beh teh saw and the like too but for such pastries, I think Ghee Hiang does them better since […]

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Ghee Hiang Bakery | What To Buy In Penang

One of my favourite things to buy when in Penang would be the tau sar piah (豆沙饼) from Ghee Hiang Bakery. I must say their tau sau piah is one of the best I’ve ever had. It’s a taste of tradition yet their pastries are made very giftable with proper box packaging. Prices are reasonable […]

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Hock Seng Rojak – Famed for its thick & gooey rojak paste

After our little kueh kueh tea break at Moh Teng Pheow Nyonya Koay, we visited a Penangite Chinese friend to check out her very pretty ‘Secret Garden’. Checking out a local resident’s secret garden She didn’t just have green fingers but I thought she was really creative to use/recycle everyday items such as flip-flops, boots, […]

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Moh Teng Pheow Nyonya Koay | Serving Nyonya Kueh Since 1933

Now I know why my friend, B always eats Magnum ice cream whenever he’s in Malaysia. It only cost about S$1.50 per stick! So cheap compared to Singapore! We grabbed one stick each when we popped into 7-Eleven for air con. The earlier breakfast at Transfer Road Roti Canai did not turn out as good […]

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Penang Famous Samosa in Little India, George Town

During my previous trip to Penang, I got the chance to explore Little India. A colourful and vibrant enclave of Indian culture located around Queen Street, Chulia Street and Market Street in George Town. In this neighbourhood, one can find shops that sell spices, garments, ethnic clothing, trinkets & garlands, goldsmiths & jewellers, Indian restaurants […]

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50年 Taste of Tradition – Best Portuguese Egg Tarts in Singapore

I never had the chance to try the Portuguese egg tarts from 50年 Taste of Tradition earlier as I always turned up at an outlet at a wrong timing. Either the egg tarts were sold out because people ahead had packed dozens to go or that the tarts were still baking in the oven and […]

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Dochi Dochi – Absolutely Delicious QQ Mochi Donuts!

Headed to Joo Chiat as I wanted to check out a hidden gem & hole-in-the-wall cafe, Kohi Roastery & Coffee Bar. As I was walking along Joo Chiat Road, a cute little bun-like fellow caught my attention. Went forward to take a closer look and realised it was a snack shop that specialised in mochi […]

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Peng Guan Bak Kwa – Underrated but it’s cheap & good!

If you often shop online at Qoo10 or Shopee, you would have probably come across Peng Guan Bak Kwa. That was also how I discovered its cheap and good bak kwa years ago and now it’s one of my go-to brands for bak kwa. Peng Guan’s Traditional Bak Kwa is priced at $13 per 500g […]

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Sixth Floor Oyster Cake @ Northshore Plaza Punggol

Stumbled upon Sixth Floor Oyster Cake when I came by Northshore Plaza to have waffles at Creamier Handcrafted Ice Cream and Coffee. Oyster cake – an old school snack that brings back fond memories I’m a big, big fan of this old school fried snack which isn’t readily available in Singapore now as few places […]

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Liang Sandwich Bar – Awesome Scallion Pancake Sandwiches!

Non-stop eating action in Johor Bahru continues! We had a mini vacation in JB just so we could have more time to mall-hop and food-hop.😆 If you’ve not read my previous posts, check out my review on Amerin Hotel Johor Bahru as well as the following – AEON Tebrau City Food Court Chizu & Honzu […]

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Joo Chiat Kim Choo Traditional Dumplings

Time To Eat Bak Chang! Dragon Boat Festival (端午节) falls on 7 June this year. Like many fellow Singaporeans, the occasion doesn’t really hold a great deal of significance to me. Since I was a kid, I’ve always known Dragon Boat Festival as Dumpling Festival because it’s the time of the year to eat bak […]

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Tai Cheong Bakery Singapore – Egg, Coconut or Durian & Cheese?

If you haven’t tried the pastries from Tai Cheong Bakery Singapore, now is the time to do so as there is no queue even during peak hours. ? Having my Hong Kong egg tart tea break now really brings back some fond holiday memories. The classic egg tart is one of the must-eats when visiting […]

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