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There is newly opened Mookata shop located on the ground floor of Golden Mile, opposite the very popular New Udon Mookata - Ninja Cheese Mookata Buffet. Selling live Baby Lobster, Tiger Prawns and Crabs and cheese dip. To me it’s very sinful to kill live seafood and eat it on the spot😵 sorry 🙏🏻 Price $37.90++ a lot more expensive than Y Cube ($29.90++) but because of the live seafood.. i still prefer Ycube as more meat variety and soup is tastier.. the soup from Ninja Cheese was so blend. if i’m not wrong Ninja Cheese Mookata is also open by them as I saw staff wearing Ycube uniform 😂
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Ninja Cheese Mookata Buffet

5001 Beach Road Golden Mile Complex #01-50 Singapore 199588

Price:
Adult $37.90++ child $19.90++ (1m - 1.4m)
Additional $2 for weekend and eve and public holidays

I am not a fan of duck due to its gamey taste and duck meat is usually tough and dry. This roasted duck from Duck master is not as “smelly” and not tough/dry. Would be better if they have braised sauce to pair with but they have chilli sauce. Additional $2 for cutting service 🔪🦆
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Duck Master
Northpoint shopping centre (North wing) Basement 1, beside Prima Deli.

slurppp. The soup for the beef bowl was super, sour and very flavourful. Chicken broth, not as nice, lack of the sourness and taste msg-ish. Lemongrass chicken wing was fine but quite oily and not a fan of the soft shell crab spring roll. haha i hate capsicum lol but taking the capsicum aside, the spring roll has no sauce in it, too green for me ☘️ Besides Nan Nam, now i have new option to my go to dinner next time 👍🏻

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Their Laksa and Seafood White Bee hoon are quite nice. Unless you are a member of the country club, i see no reason to come here as it’s super far lol.

Their chicken wing taste so much better than Power nasi lemak 😏 Their bee hoon is tasty enough and i can eat it plain without any topping 🙋🏻 however my favourite bee hoon is still from Chong Pang Market but Ah Lian Bee Hoon has more variety of dishes to top with.

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Ah Lian Bee Hoon / Bai Li Xiang Econ Bee Hoon
651 Jurong West Street 61 Singapore 640651 (Beside Pioneer Mrt Station)
opens at night only from 18:00 - 11:00

chicken wing was not crispy, rice not aromatic.. very ☹️only their chili was passable. maybe if i dine there will be nicer? i don’t know but will not travel all the way to Boon lay to queue for this !

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Yit Foong city Hong Kong dim sum

No. 36, Jalan Gaya 25, Taman Gaya, 81800 Ulu Tiram, Johor Malaysia
Weekdays 07:30 - 17:00
Weekend 07:00 - 17:00

Imperial treasure have several restaurants in singapore, this is the noodle and congee house located at ion orchard basement 3. Their seats are so comfortable lol! Somewhat affordable prices and very standardised throughout the years. Some of the must order: Their Custard Buns🔥, Chee Cheong fan (they have many choice of fillings like duck, barbecue pork, shrimps, fried dough fritter and etc), Egg Century and lean pork congee and their noodle series (wonton noodle especially)

it’s not exactly cheap, one plate of Char Kway Teow is about $8-10. But the food here always satisfy my tummy💓🤰🏻 I always order 3 things here: Hokkien Mee, their Hokkien Mee is Malaysian style, dark sauce and thick noodle YUMS. Char Kway Teow (white), can taste the charred noodle and get a slice of chinese sausage at every bite. SLURP. Lastly, i will always order their Claypot rice, now the claypot rice here have enough sauce to cover all rice and so delicious!
This time i also found a new love- Assam Laksa. Not as spicy as it looks, the noodle is so springy and smooth, with the hint of sourness and very slight spiciness, Slurrppppp🤤🤤💦

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