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Light Bites & Drinks

Light Bites & Drinks

Featuring Seiwaa Okonomiyaki & Teppanyaki Restaurant, Hjh Maimunah Restaurant (Joo Chiat), Milksha (Funan), Yocha Tea & Desserts (Novena Square), Kai Sushi & Grill, Coffee Valley (Jalan Trus), Grand Hyatt, Satay Club (Lau Pa Sat), Shan Cheng Ipoh Horfun (Compass One), Keelung Miaokou Night Market 基隆廟口夜市
Thiam Peng Tan
Thiam Peng Tan

Clearly an afterthought. Denser than most, but nothing great.

You might not be able to tell, but this money bag is two to three times the size of the usual. I love money bags so this was shiok. Very interesting they sell such a thing.

Available at the drinks stall. Not authentic but passable lah.

Thumbs up to this stall for uniqueness. They have Thai tea, butterfly tea, coconut tea, soda and coffee. This tasted a bit strange though. I couldn't put a finger on what.

I liked this thing as always, although theirs was less distinctive and more similar to huat kueh.

I usually research before ordering food, but it was a pit stop, so we just patronised what caught our eye. The chicken siew pau was good, very crumbly. The prawn dumpling was crispy but used paste instead of whole prawns so that hurt. The carrot cake was acceptable. Very friendly auntie!

I thought they were kinda different, then found out they add sweet potato to the ball, and the result was not just orange but tasted very sweet potato. On the one hand, the gula melaka filling had to share the limelight, but on the other, it's a more complex ondeh. The filling here isn't molten fyi. They're also usually fresh i.e. warm. And each ball is bigger than usual ondeh.

Literally tofu brain. Or PRC tau huay. Not my first time but still shocked my senses. It has a more tofu texture if you ask me. Not to mention it's savoury-spicy, which a Singaporean mind would try to identify as tofu. This didn't use syrup (obviously), which made me curious to try the sweet version.

What makes even ordinary soya bean milk shiok is it can't only be chilled, it has to be cold.

One of Balestier's famous tau sar piah shops. They're known for their flavoured pastries, including coffee, green tea, black sesame, peanut and pineapple. But I was craving for the original, and man, the salty version was heavenly. Candidate for last meal haha.

Tried more food than this account shows. Not known for naggy, deep reviews. Just the truth.

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