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Could this be my new favourite ice cream joint in town? It might be! Frozen by Ken has a variety of flavours from familiar local snacks like this Kaya Toast. I love how it wasn’t too sweet and the bits of pastry (to resembled toast) folded in the ice cream. The Mango Sorbet was recommended, and it’s a great treat if you want one that’s not too heavy. Love how strong the mango flavours are too.

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Noodles here are handmade and seafood here is fresh. Will definitely come back again to try other dishes #burpple #instafood #food #foodie #seafood #instafood #instafoodie #seafoodoodles #delicious #good #nice #brianleowfoodhunt #fresh #freshseafood #reasonablepriced

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This was sadly a pretty disappointing dish, as the fried chicken was served lukewarm. But that aside, I actually found the rice ultra fragrant of coconut milk and rather enjoyable with the zesty achar and sweet-spicy sambal. Would still recommend the prawn noodles over this, if you decide to dine at Bansan for local eats in a dressed up locale.

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The menu at Bansan Bistro seems to skew towards Penang flavours, as we deduced from this prawn mee that’s named Hokkien Mee.

Broth’s sufficiently flavoured, with the prawn’s sweetness in play with heat from that dollop of saltish sambal. While definitely on the pricey side, the bowl of noodles is generously portioned and comes with about four sizeable and very tender pork ribs.

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