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Tiny Little Bits Here And There πŸ˜›πŸ˜Ž

Featuring April's Bakery (Tampines), Dofu (JCube), Ben's Cookies, Ng Kim Lee Confectionery, Meidi-Ya Supermarket (Liang Court), Bukit Batok, Starbucks (Bugis Junction), AMK Curry Puff, Imperial Treasure Windows of Hong Kong (Asia Square), Mitsu Sushi Bar
Jasmine Lim
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This set comes with a seafood hotpot, a pair of crab leg and a bowl of chawamushi.

Chawamushi does not really have much egg taste but it comes with bits of real crab meat though. The texture is soft and silky that glides down my throat.

Hotpot has nothing to shout about. Soup was quite clear and light, and comes with another 2 pieces of crab leg.

The crab meat from the leg is sweet but is kind of difficult to take out. We spent quite sometime to scrap out all the meat in bits and pieces.

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Interesting flavour that is only available for their kazo kazo, so we picked this! Wow! Is quite sour though! Is not super sour until you can’t take it, it is quite acceptable for me considering i have a heavy sweet tooth. Something different and refreshing for me after all the sugar rush!

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Hard and crispy crust and filled with caramel cream. Caramel is not too sweet and the filling is quite generous.

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Freshly made and it’s hot when served to me! Love that their cheese is not so jelak and it actually goes quite well with the kaya. The cheese lower the sweetness of the kaya.

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Part of our β€œsugar rush dinner”, we had their puff in 3 flavours - chocolate, salted egg lava and hokkaido cream. The puff texture is those crossiant type and not those choux puff kind. So expect it to have more layers of the pastry skin. Filling is quite little as compared to the size of this puff so it gets abit quite dry after a while.

Initially we thought that the one with the icing sugar is hokkaido cream, but it turns out to be the salted egg lava! LOL! What a β€œpastry stigma” we had here?!

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Picked all 3 flavours to try! Different from the japanese cheese tart, the texture is thicker and heavier in terms of the flavour. Similar to those american cheesecake. At the first look, i am quite skeptical at the matcha one. The colour doesn’t give me the right feel. But to my surprise, it turns out to be ok!

For those cheese lover who likes american cheesecake, this will probably be to your liking.

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Tau sar is not too sweet, and i am so lucky today that the filling is so generous! Would prefer their round ones over this!

Sweetness from the coconut filling is just right, and texture is quite fine. Not a fan of their mochi pancake though

Love the warm fried food, nice green bean fragance! Texture was to my liking too.

$1 for quite a big sized of char siew pastry. This is more on the flaky side, similar texture to those from the polar puff. To me is on the drier side, with not much of char siew filling.

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Starting from the top left, osmanthus cake with mung bean filling. Skin is soft, and gives off a very nice osmanthus fragance. Love this the most!

Top right corner is their signature pastry that was said to baked it with 16 layers of thin skin. Had the egg yolk flavour. Tasted similar to our SG Tau Sar Piah but not as heavy. Is really light and not so flaky that u can have 2 or 3 pieces of it at one go!

Bottom ones is the long jing-infused pastry. Long jing is one of the premium tea famous in the West Lake of Hang Zhou. This is the original long jing tea flavour. Matcha is the base of the filling, mixed with long jing and red bean. This is the least preferred choice out of the 3 because of the hard crust is on the drier side. And the red bean did not goes well with the long jing tea flavoured filling.

Lucky i decided to bring my breakfast to work and here i landed with free breakfast the moment i stepped into the office. Colleague lugged this all the way from tanjong pagar.

Starting from the left; Banana Walnut, Coconut and Carrot n Walnut.

Love the banana walnut, still hot when i ate it. Nice banana aroma filled my mouth on my first bite. Together with the crunchiness of walnut, it was a combination that never fails!

Coconut was a quite a led down because it just taste like normal butter muffin.

Carrot n walnut was quite a interesting combination but the carrot taste was not strong enough to call it a carrot muffin.

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