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Snacks / Bar Bites

Snacks / Bar Bites

Featuring Orh Gao Taproom, Ji Xiang Confectionery, Fu Zhou Poh Hwa Oyster Cake (Berseh Food Centre), Eng Kee Chicken Wings, Traditional Haig Road Putu Piring (Haig Road Market & Food Centre), Freshly Made Chee Cheong Fun (Old Airport Road Food Centre), Liang Sandwich Bar (VivoCity), Potato Corner ([email protected]), Yong's Teochew Kueh (East Coast), AMK 347 Food House
Jonathan Lim
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Tried the famous chwee kueh at Ghim Moh Food Centre yesterday as well; and i have mixed feelings. While the kuehs are soft and sticky (they still handmade the kuehs every single day), i found the cai por to be too salty (but that’s just because i prefer my cai por sweet). That said, they still have their loyal fans but i still personally prefer the Tiong Bahru or Bedok ones.

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If there was a dish that everyone at the eatup all agreed was good, this was it. A dish like Har Cheong Gai (prawn paste chicken) may seem simple, but when done right the taste is delicious. And oh boy, Orh Gao’s rendition of Har Cheong Gai was excellent; the meat was so juicy and skin was very crispy, each bite was filled with umami goodness. A great bar snack to have with their craft beers on tap.

#BurppleEatup

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Believe it or not, i have never tried oyster cake until yesterday when i chanced upon this stall at Berseh Food Centre. Shaped like an UFO, the cakes were crispy on the outside while moist and tasty on the inside with a decent amount of minced meat, prawns and oysters. Great on its own and even better with the chilli.

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In case you didn’t know, Guo Kui is a crispy thin flatbread (something like a chinese version of naan) that is stuffed with different kinds of pickled vegetables and baked in huge charcoal cylindrical clay ovens without any use of oil.

With a few different flavours to choose from, the guo kuis from @xiaoyangguokuisg are very crispy and fragrant with a savoury taste that will definitely leave you wanting more!
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Eng Kee (Commonwealth branch) has always been considered one of the best fried chicken wings in Singapore and having tried the chicken wings again recently, the standard remained so consistently good. Each piece of fried chicken wing was so juicy on the inside and crispy on the outside; super addictive! (P.S. skip the average tasting bee hoon, just head straight for the wings will do)

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Finally had the chance to try this highly rated Chee Cheong Fun at Old Airport Road Hawker Centre and i was not disappointed. The handmade rice rolls were smooth & silky and filled with fresh ingredients while drenched in an umami soy sauce. Definitely a good snack to have if you’re in the area.

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Finally tried the famous Ang Ku Kuehs from Ji Xiang and all i can say is they are really good! The skin of each kueh is soft & delicate with ample amount of filling. Yummy!

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Potato Corner has opened their latest branch at Jewel Changi Airport food hall and we went to try their fries as an after dinner snack.

As there were 3 of us, we decided to get the Tera Sized fries where you get to choose 4 different seasonings for the fries; we chose bbq, sour cream, japanese sweet corn and chilli bbq. Our favourite seasoning was the chilli bbq, it had the right amount of spice and savoury that made you want more.

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I don’t know about you, but i love my rojak with lots of peanuts coated on it. They are generous with the ingredients too, which makes this a good snack option in the area.

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This place may look dodgy and run down from the outside, but this place is home to quite possibly the best fried chicken wings in Singapore.

The skin is so crispy and the meat is juicy & flavourful that you wanna lick your fingers after finishing everything. Pair the wings with their in house chilli sauce which is spicy and has a good kick.

Really damn shiok lah!

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The kuehs here are all the traditional kind and all handmade, which explains the freshness in taste of the kuehs. My favourite is their soon kueh; soft & silky on the outside and filled with generous portions of ingredients Inside. Pair it with their sweet sauce and you get a delectable combination.

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The Jay Chou endorsed Liang Sandwich Bar has opened its first outlet in Singapore.

I tried the popular choice, which is the Chicken Bolognese Sandwich. The taste was something like roti prata with meat sandwiched inside; the skin was crispy and the meat fillings were quite flavourful as well.

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