100 Tras Street
Level 2/3 100AM
Singapore 079027

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🍫 Salted Chocolate Eclair
📍Don Don Donki (@donkisg)
📌 Multiple Outlets
💰 $2.50

Eclairs remind me of catered buffet receptions pre-cowvideo19. Remember all those sexy, smooth dong-shaped morsels filled with cream that you would pile on to your plate after finishing all the beehoon and stir fries provided by the caterer? Honestly, when did caterers suddenly decide that eclairs would be the staple dessert for their metal casing buffets? Anyways, I tried an eclair again for the first time in a few years from Don Don Donki, though this eclair is a little different.

This eclair is sold frozen, so the salted caramel cream is frozen too and has the texture of ice cream. It has a very very light chocolatey flavour with a hint of fragrant saltiness. Cuz of the freezing the choux pastry became a tad drier but generally still really good!

It's alright for $2.50, worth a try!

Thankful for the staycay break this weekend and we’re back with our staycay staple from Donki woohoo. This time round, we picked up the salmon sushi, maguro maki, hirame sashimi and amaebi. So satisfying!

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Grand opening promotion from 25-30 June. My all-time fav sweet potato is selling at 2 for $3! This is one thing that I’ll never get sick of. Love the caramelized part on the outer sides.

For takeaway katsu, it was very good, better than some restaurants. There was also substantial fat. Unfortunately the noodles weren't as good as the cheap one at Takashimaya. The egg was like plastic.

My favourite style of oysters is fried. It cuts the rawness but retains some of the brininess. So it's expected these were shiok.

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The milkshake is blended with their popular Japanese sweet potato and Hokkaido milk. It is so rich and creamy, it’s actually quite filling. If you’re a fan of their sweet potato, you will like this.

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