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Cinnamon raisin bagel (exclusive to TP outlet) with the all time big loveeee - peanut butter & jelly. Usually on team crunchy but loved the creamy peanut butter here along with the pasty spiced jam! They sure did not scrimp on the peanut butter, tons of extra oozing out. No prizes for guessing where they went 😋 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED

Didn’t go wrong with this korean inspired bagel (from TP outlet). Introducing the Galbi-Choi. On the garlic bagel which was loaded with kalbi, kimchi, flavored with gochujang aioli then topped with hippie greens. Added a sunny to bring it all together! Sunny makes everything better! Enjoyed the tasty sliced beef with the tangy kimchi and the creamy aioli. A little bit of kick there. Very wholesome and satisfying 😋

One of the main draws is that the Laksa is quite cheap, starting as low as $2.80 (USD2) per bowl, but you can add more ingredients for just $0.50, while cockles are $1 extra.

Comparing this with some of the more familiar styles, this gravy was on the light side, and I would imagine some would prefer a richer, with more of that lemak coconut milk flavour.

The thing that stands out the most is their delicious homemade sambal added with dried shrimps, so try the gravy on its own first before mixing that in.

That chilli gives the dish an extra kick of dang and spice, that may cause some to break out in sweat.

Alamak, why do I crave for Laksa now?! More here: bit.ly/laksasg
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Taking a break from sweets😂gonna be doing some hawker posts and savory recipes😉💕 sharing my dad-proclaimed: best #minjiangkueh in singapore🤩 located at #lorongahsoo market - a less known hawker centre but with one of the best #hawkerfood and #sgheartlands vibes😋 unlike other stalls, he make by per serving rather than a huge one portioned out. It is super cheap at $0.90 only!!!!!😍 crispy on the edges with warm soft insides and packed filling of coconut/peanut or cheese🤤 it’s on the second floor: look out for 和合 stall name✨🥰 u will see the nearby queue for nasi lemak😂
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If you know me, I have high standards for ckt. This was good enough for me on any random occasion.

I was first recommended this hidden gem a few years ago and it was fantastic. Finally back and it's still very good. Both the crispy and the sticky were first-class. Oysters larger than most places. This is the $6 and it's generous.