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Ethel Tan
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These ang ku kueh come in many flavours and they are very generous with the fillings! The skin isn't too thick and I love the peanut one the most.

This laksa is super delicious being rich in flavour and I love how it still tastes consistent over the years!

The loaf of bread here is so soft and fluffy, going very well with their hainanese kaya and butter 😋 They have a variety of buns with different fillings too!

Even though this was located at a rather inaccessible location, this was rather decent. The bread was rather crisp and the tea was fragrant.

I love the Thai twist of wanton noodles with the springy noodles and the crispy wanton skin. I enjoyed the fish cake too with the spices they use for it, reminding me of Thailand at the same time.

The muah chee was dipped in shallot oil before adding them in peanut or black sesame. I still prefer the peanut one but I would have enjoyed black sesame more if it had a stronger black sesame taste!

Finally got to drop by for prata on a day when I have no school and happened to wake up early (they only open from 6.30am-12.30pm). Their prata is really super crispy as the name suggests and I am super happy too with my craving finally satisfied. This was worth the waking up early and worth the long walk in too 😊🤤🤗

Finally got to drop by for prata on a day when I have no school and happened to wake up early (they only open from 6.30am-12.30pm). Their prata is really super crispy as the name suggests and I am super happy too with my craving finally satisfied. This was worth the waking up early and worth the long walk in too 😊🤤🤗

I love traditional pancakes with new flavours so I was naturally attracted to this when I saw it. The sides were crispy and the pancake was delicious

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Ethel Tan

Ethel Tan

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Always on the hunt for good food More food photos on instagram and dayre: @flyeetelfly

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