Llao llao is back and with an all new pistachio sauce! The new sauce is pretty good, tasting like my favourite white chocolate sauce with a roasted nutty flavour. And the ice cream is the same as I remembered too - good! Though I probably wouldn’t travel all the way to Changi just for this though, but it’s a great sweet treat just before a flight! 😛

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Açai bowls are my new favourite health food but one problem about them is that some servings are so tiny that they can’t fill me up! Thankfully the medium bowl at Randy Indulgence came with a just nice portion that left me feeling full and satisfied ($11.90). There is a choice between honey and almond butter for the topping, and it comes with a wide range of fruits and crunches. The only bad thing is that there aren’t any seats at the store for you to sit down and enjoy your Açai. However there are many seats at B2 of Tanjong Pagar Centre where you can enjoy your food instead!

If you’re looking for authentic Si Chuan cuisine, this is the place to go. It was $38 for a whole fish but it was so good and definitely worth the price. The aroma of the chilli oil hits you immediately once the dish is served. It was so spicy and my tongue was burning but I couldn’t stop eating, that was how good it was!! Be warned that like authentic China food, it’s really oily so it’s not something I could eat often as my poor stomach won’t be able to handle it 😢
The mapo tofu is also really good at $7 and surprisingly not as spicy as it looks at all!

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Been getting tired of all the syrupy milk teas around so I’ve been making an effort to try all the new stores I see to find a new favourite! Sadly to say I was pretty disappointed. At $4.80 for a medium cup, it’s pretty pricy and the amount was not a lot too. They were also not very generous with the pearls. Partea was nicer and cheaper with a bigger cup for the exact same thing. Doubt I’ll come back again 😢

My friends recommended this dish to me and I didn’t believe them when they told me that they were very generous with the rice and meat. When I got my food, I was surprised that there really was SO much meat and rice, even though the price is so affordable at $3! The picture really doesn’t do this dish justice, and I really recommend this if you are hungry and looking for food around Woodlands Industrial Park.

Creamier has always been our favourite late night dessert hang for our family so I was pleasantly surprised when I found out they were on Burpple Beyond!! We got two double scoop waffles, with Pistachio, Black Sesame, Sea Salt Caramel and Hazelnut Milk Chocolate. The waffles are fluffy and smell so good, topped with chocolate sauce all around the plate for extra sweetness if you have a sweet tooth like me. My recommended ice cream flavour would be the Pistachio flavour. I’ve tried this flavour out at many other ice cream places but so far none have been as rich in taste and creamy as the one served at Creamier. The sea salt caramel is pretty good too but may be slightly sweet for some. Hazelnut milk chocolate tasted like pretty normal chocolate ice cream to me so I’ll probably give it a skip next time to try out another flavour!

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Original and Strawberry had all run out when we went at around 8pm so I decided to try out the Matcha Cheese Toast! ($3.80)
Took a big bite and was not disappointed by how stretchy the cheese was. (You’ll definitely be able to take lots of cute cheese pull photos 😉) The Cheese is creamy and sweet, probably because it’s made from Hokkaido Milk.
For me, I couldn’t taste the matcha taste at all as it was overshadowed by the cheese. The bread is also slightly dry as I found myself really thirsty after eating this. However, it was still pretty good and I’ll go back again to try it out in different flavours!

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You’ll be able to spot this stall from far away from its snaking long queues. Be prepared to wait up to an hour or more during peak dinner times. We still had to wait 20 minutes even though we went pretty late after at around 8.30, a testament to the stalls popularity.
The best Hokkien Mee I’ve had, Yi Sheng’s food is well worth the wait. The noodles are chewy and have soaked up the savoury prawn broth, and you get a generous portion of squid and two juicy prawns in a plate of noodle. Their homemade sambal belacan is also really good and gives the noodles a nice kick. 10/10 would recommend to anyone who would love a good plate of Hokkien Mee!

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Got this with the Burpple Beyond one for one, however I was pretty disappointed. They only allow you to get regular cups with the promotion so you can’t get the sets with many different toppings. Seeing the photos and the pretty purple colour of the ice cream, I had pretty high expectations so I was thoroughly disappointed when the ice cream had almost no sweet potato taste whatsoever. The sea salt could still be tasted in the mixed cup, but the purple side could very well have been vanilla ice cream. For its regular price of $6.50 a cup, I would definitely not purchase again. Also, the server asked if I wanted gold/silver flake toppings and I happily agreed thinking they were a set of toppings. It was my own fault for not double checking as they were not, and were really gold/silver leaves which did nothing to help hide the plainness of the ice cream. Gold flakes cost an additional $4 which I did not check beforehand which made my total $10.50.

Got the 1 for 1 dons at Kogane Yama with burpple beyond 😍 This Mentaiko Don itself was $18.90 and was super worth it to get with the promotion. The seaweed is crispy, and a light layer of furikake is hidden beyond the generous helping of seaweed and mentaiko. I normally don’t eat a lot of rice but I gobbled everything down so quickly I almost got indigestion. I loved how you can eat it as a rice bowl, then pour in the hot soup you are given to switch up the style and eat it as a hot soupy item. The mentaiko was really tasty and became a nice gravy with rice once I poured in some soup halfway through.

Got my chocolate fix at Moosh today and with Burpple Beyond we managed to get two cups for $4.50! The s’mores were gooey and chewy, and the biscuits were really compatible with the chocolate ice cream. There is chocolate sauce and crunch in the middle of the cup however I felt that more crunch could be given as after I finished the top half, I was mostly left with plain chocolate ice cream at the bottom. I’m not really a chocolate ice cream type of person though so perhaps someone else would enjoy this a lot more than me.
I would definitely come back again to try the Apple Strudel flavour though as it looked really good!

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$8.50 for a slice, this cheesecake may not be cheap but it’s flavour is worth its price! It’s light and fluffy with a strong yet not overpowering matcha taste. It’s great for a dessert after a filling meal as it’s not the kind of heavy cheesecake where you can’t continue after a few bites because it’s too thick? I enjoyed it a lot as I don’t really like the spongey light cheesecake yet the heavy New York cheesecake styles are a bit too heavy for me, so this creamy green tea cheese cake was perfect!

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