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Zhi Zhe Lai (知者来) @ Toa Payoh

We were seated right in front of 知者来 (or Zhi Zhe Lai) as we were having breakfast at the Toa Payoh West Market & Food Centre. This stall is located a few units away from Teochew Handmade Pau so if you’re seated in the same section, you shouldn’t miss this. Saw many customers leaving with […]

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Teochew Handmade Pau @ Toa Payoh

Whenever GM visited me previously, she would always bring along a box of at least a dozen of these cute-looking mini pau (steamed buns) from Teochew Handmade Pau. That’s the good thing about living in Toa Payoh because it’s a foodie-paradise neighbourhood with many famous foods around, both old-fashioned and hipster ones. ? The reason […]

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Lor Mee 178 (鹵麵178) @ Tiong Bahru Market

I was craving for nonya kuehs and lor mee so I went gallivanting in Tiong Bahru for some good eats. Headed to Tiong Bahru Market for lunch and had queued up at Tiong Bahru Lor Mee Stall (#02-80) for at least 10 minutes but was told their Lor Mee had sold out by the time […]

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Thunder Tea Rice 擂茶 @ Lau Pa Sat Festival Market

When I was previously working at Raffles Quay, one of my colleagues recommended me to try this thunder tea rice stall. I remembered tasting thunder tea rice a very long time ago but didn’t have a great impression of it because the green coloured tea soup had a very strong flavour that I wasn’t too […]

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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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Liang Liang Sugar Cane Juice

Sugar Cane Juice. What’s great about sugar cane juice as it probably tastes the same everywhere you go. This is a stall that specialises in cane juice. But I have never ordered it. Ice Lemon Tea ($1.20) What I really want to recommend from this stall is this home-made ice lemon tea. Only one word […]

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The Ice Breaker – Ingenious Fresh Fruit Slushes

I remembered the last time I was seated near this stall in this market, I couldn’t move my eyes (and attention) away from this stall. The colourful signage and the variety of blends on the menu kept me thinking what could taste good and what should I order the next time. Strawberry and Soursop ($2) […]

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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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