Cosy new spot in Everton for ice cream, made affordable with the 1-1 discount. Not too sweet and rich in the stated flavour. Had the refreshing mango sorbet and Christmas special chocolate gingerbread with distinct ginger and cinnamon flavour

Enjoyable assortment of yummy and fresh sashimi with juicy pops of ikura. That said, did find the pieces on the thinner side and the bowl not as value for money when compared to the other sashimi donburis. The rice had lovely bites of crispy tiny shrimps and crunchy puffed rice with mild truffle undertones but there was a mild bitter undertone that we couldnโ€™t quite place.

Good rendition with tender unagi coated in sweet-savory seasoning. Preferred the rice here for the stronger truffle flavour and added umami from the shredded seaweed.

Fun combination of corn, crab roe, carrot, and prawn that reminded us of hearty Chinese soup in dim sum form.

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Classic done well with fluffy and soft bun encasing fragrant savory meat. Liked that the meat had a good ratio of fats:lean, wasnโ€™t overly sweetened, and paired with sweet onions and savory chai poh.

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๐Œ๐š๐ซ๐ข๐ง๐š๐ญ๐ž๐ ๐ฌ๐ฆ๐จ๐ค๐ž๐ ๐๐ฎ๐œ๐ค ($40/ half portion) - Lean duck meat with crispy glistening skin emanating a complex earthy aroma from the smoking with Chinese tea leaves. If nitpicking, did find that the duck to be on the drier side, albeit this was less of an issue when pairing it with the viscous sweet plum sauce.

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Soft and chewy thick pancakes generously filled with tasty ingredients. Black sesame was rich and earthy but on the grainier side; coconut was fragrant but a tad sweet; peanut was savory salted chunks; matcha red bean could do with more distinct matcha but enjoyed the red bean.

Comforting and slurpworthy noodles of generous portions and decent prices. The mee sua had aromatic broth with meaty and herbal undertones, and depth from addition of hua diao jiu. Served with tender and flavourful pork liver, meat slices, handmade meat balls, mushrooms and a creamy egg. Very satisfying with the thin noodles soaking up the broth as time went on without becoming too soggy.

Their sheng mian featured thicker eggy noodles in a starchier egg-drop like soup. Was disappointed that there werenโ€™t any fresh prawns (unlike the advertised image) but enjoyed the fresh and soft handmade fishcakes.

๐Ÿ“Chye Lye Ah Ma Mee Sua ๅ†ๆฅ้˜ฟๅฌท้ข็บฟ, 02-21, Kampung Admirality Hawker Centre, 676 Woodlands Drive 71, Singapore (other outlets at Jalan Besar & Bukit Panjang)

The choux was airy and crispy, and generously loaded with cream. Choose from 8 flavours that while not the richest, were still enjoyable. We enjoyed coffee and yam, while finding rose lychee and gula to be on the sweeter side. Would recommend having them fresh as found the smooth cream to get a tad grainy later on in the day.

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Soya cake was soft and fluffy, with middle layers of aromatic cream. Our chosen sesame flavour was distinct without being too rich, and enjoyed the bites and flavour from the black and white sesame seeds within.

Unique mini cones filled with sweet kaya mousse, and topped with fragrant coconut ice cream. The saltiness of the cone and peanuts helped to balance out the sweetness.

Great elevation of classic duck rice with the introduction of succulent duck confit and creamy onsen egg. The rice was a delight with the flavourful soaking up of the herbal broth.