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Aileen Marie David
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Managed to eat a lot more with their Meat Feast ($50.9++) platter. Serving is generous and comes with 4 sides of choice (rly rly decent sides). Loved the sirloin, sausage and ribs (not on the pic). Chicken and pork collar are tid bit dry. Pork chop is a bit fatty 😅 will still come back though!

We frequent the place to get their Chicken Cutlet Noodle ($11.90++). Always worth the money with their serving of lamian noodles in braised beef broth, plus the plateful crispy cutlet.

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Lol). Soaking it into their refillable peppery BKT soup really brings out the good taste of the broth. The ribs are normal, but on lucky days you get the tender ones 😂 Their set ($11.10++) comes with a cup of rice and tau huey (really nice also) as well. One of our go-tos during rainy days (and just because there’s not much options near our workplace 🤷🏻‍♀️)

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Got a big chunk of red bean on top the ice, plus chewy rice cakes above it, and a few injeolmi as well.

One thing I like with Nunsongyee’s bingsu (not just this flavor) is it doesn’t come too sweet, unlike some other brands I’ve tried. :)

With just $10, you get this thinly-sliced smoked pork don with seaweed and egg. The strips might come as a bit bland and just have barbecue-ish/smoked-ish taste. But (!!) they offer a handful of sauces (on which I have no idea what those are as they are Japanese-labeled 😅) that could make it very tasty!

Those who know me are surely aware that I’m a sucker for cream-based pasta. Kabe no Ana is placed on this “hub” in NEX along with other Jap restaus. We ordered Mentaiko Carbonara ($13.90 for regular size, i think around $18.90 for ther larger serving ✌🏻). Though too creamy, the ham bits on top balanced the flavor. The tamago is flowy and blends well with the sauce.

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The family beside me told me that I eat a lot for my body size when they saw this order 🙃 (not that i care.. haha jk). One thing I notice on some food centres is that they bathe everything in butter or in oil or seasoning that it makes it tiring to eat, not in this Foodfare near my place tho 🎉 my weekend breakfast default: Kaya set ($2.20) and siew mai ($1.70). Toast has a light spread of kaya and butter. Siew mai is generously stuffed. Totally worth the priiice. 💕

Look at that craaaab. 😍 I’ve always hated eating crabs as I find it more tedious than enjoyable, not until I’ve tried chili crab (first time was still in KL). Holy Crab’s ($9+/100g) is no different as they cook it very well. We chose level 2 of heat, and it’s just the right amount of spice you would want if you’re chili-averse like me lol. We paired it with their mantou ($4+ for 5) which could be improved as it’s a bit oily. Enjoyed every bit of this 1.3kg crab. Probably one of the mid-range crab places I’ve tried that totally didn’t disappoint!

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Default Jollibee orders: Palabok (~$4 ala carte) + 2-pc Burger Steak (~$6 for meal). Some locals find it weird that I don’t order spaghetti or chicken joy cause almost all Filipinos love it (but I don’t fancy them too much 😅) Palabok’s seasoning here is less savoury here with that back home. The burger steak is much better and thicker here though. Mushroom sauce is still 👌🏻

This Iberico pork belly don is totally worth the money. With just $10, you get this thinly-sliced smoked pork don with seaweed and egg. The strips might come as a bit bland and just have barbecue-ish/smoked-ish taste. But (!!) they offer a handful of sauces (on which I have no idea what those are as they are Japanese-labeled 😅) that could make it very tasty. I always enjoy my meals here :)

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Menya Musashi is still my favorite ramen place in Vivo, especially now that they have lunch sets (cheap and practical find lol) 😁 Ordered this white tonkatsu ramen with chashu. Set comes with a choice of side, and a drink ($12.90++). Broth is savoury and rich just how I want it. Noodles are not too soft, nor very hard. Chashu might be a bit small but very tasty. Love their tamago as weeeell 😍 perfect for today’s very cold day ❤️
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I got to try two Azabu Sabo flavors: dark chocolate and some walnut thingy (✌🏻) for $5.90 and got a bit disappointed. Lined up when we saw that the queue is quite long (assuming this is good lol), but the flavor we wanted to try was already finished (matcha!! 😞) resorted to order the mentioned and found it too sweet and tasted very alike. Don’t have a sweet tooth though, so this could just be me 😅
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