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We tried 3 of their popular ramen; Sanji Ramen ($11.50), Spicy Ramen ($11) & Black Sesame Ramen ($10.50). If I had to pick a favourite, it would probably be the Black Sesame Ramen with the rich aromatic sesame flavour in the broth making it very appetising. We also tried a couple of side dishes; Gyoza ($5 for 6) & Deep Fried Chicken ($3.50).

If you’re looking for tasty ramen in the CBD area that won’t burn a hole in your pocket, you can certainly add @menyasanjiboatquay to your choice. Thanks @melmeleats for inviting and @menyasanjiboatquay for feeding us.
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We tried 3 of their popular ramen; Sanji Ramen ($11.50), Spicy Ramen ($11) & Black Sesame Ramen ($10.50). If I had to pick a favourite, it would probably be the Black Sesame Ramen with the rich aromatic sesame flavour in the broth making it very appetising. We also tried a couple of side dishes; Gyoza ($5 for 6) & Deep Fried Chicken ($3.50).

If you’re looking for tasty ramen in the CBD area that won’t burn a hole in your pocket, you can certainly add @menyasanjiboatquay to your choice. Thanks @melmeleats for inviting and @menyasanjiboatquay for feeding us.
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This is the ultimate dessert for sweet tooth lovers, i mean just look at it... the base is a cinnamon toast crunch shake served in a caramel coated glass and the rim is vanilla frosted with cinnamon toast crunch pressed onto it. Then two churros and an entire choco taco ice cream sandwich are added, topping off the shake’s base. The shake is finally completed with loads of whipped cream and caramel sauce and also more cinnamon toast crunch. Definitely not for the faint hearted.

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Used the Burpple Beyond deal for their Haus Pasta + free flow drinks, and we both chose the Prawn Olio Olio for our main dish each.

The curly pasta is infused with butterfly pea which explains its colour; and tossed in sichuan garlic oil, garlic prawns, lap cheong crumble & topped off with tobiko. It was a lovely fusion of flavours and definitely one to order for spice lovers. The deal also comes with free flow soft drinks of your choice, so feel free to refill your drinks at the drink counter.

Will be back to try the other pastas on their menu.

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This is another must try when you’re in Yishun, the famous 928 laksa. The broth was tasty and thick, with a generous amount of ingredients too; be sure to add the chilli for an extra kick in the spice department. Plus it is so cheap, you can hardly find a bowl of laksa for $2.80 anymore these days.

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I’ve been wanting to try the carrot cake here for the longest time and it was an absolutely delight! The white carrot cake here was super crispy while managing to retain its fluffy interior, and served with a generous amount of chye poh (preserved turnip) that were crunchy and savoury.

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Was my first visit here after they rebranded from Sushiro; they have a much bigger space & more items on the menu now. I went with the tried and tested chirashi don (upsized version) and it pretty much tasted the same as before when they were called Sushiro; lovely fresh cuts of sashimi with just much more ingredients. I’ll be back to try other items on their menu.

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Found a Thai style wanton mee that rivals Soi 19 here at Penguin’s Kitchen. The noodles were so al-dente, while the huge wantons filled with generous amount of shrimp and also the crispy & tender roast pork.

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Found a Thai style wanton mee that rivals Soi 19 here at Penguin’s Kitchen. The noodles were so al-dente, while the huge wantons filled with generous amount of shrimp and also the crispy & tender roast pork.

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You can say I’m bias or a Koung’s fanboy, but they’ll always remain my all time favourite. The taste is truly one of a kind; the tantalising home made char siew, springy noodles plus the lard oil & soy sauce mixture, simply delightful!
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Xing Fu Tang, another popular brown sugar milk tea brand from Taiwan with over 60 outlets domestically and 30 overseas has made its way to Singapore in the form of a pop-up stall at Takashimaya’s Food Fiesta, ongoing till 16th June 2019.

They are currently only offering two drinks on the menu; Brown Sugar Boba Milk ($5.30) & Damascus Rose Tea with Lemons ($4.90). The former was smooth & milky, and went really well with the freshly made brown sugar boba pearls that were so chewy while the latter was very refreshing with a floral aroma, certainly a drink for those who prefer something lighter in taste.

@xingfutangsg will be opening their first outlet in Singapore at Century Square on 28th June 19, so be sure to check out their full list of drinks then. Thanks @melmeleats for inviting and @xingfutangsg for the drinks.

Xing Fu Tang, another popular brown sugar milk tea brand from Taiwan with over 60 outlets domestically and 30 overseas has made its way to Singapore in the form of a pop-up stall at Takashimaya’s Food Fiesta, ongoing till 16th June 2019.

They are currently only offering two drinks on the menu; Brown Sugar Boba Milk ($5.30) & Damascus Rose Tea with Lemons ($4.90). The former was smooth & milky, and went really well with the freshly made brown sugar boba pearls that were so chewy while the latter was very refreshing with a floral aroma, certainly a drink for those who prefer something lighter in taste.

@xingfutangsg will be opening their first outlet in Singapore at Century Square on 28th June 19, so be sure to check out their full list of drinks then. Thanks @melmeleats for inviting and @xingfutangsg for the drinks.