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Yummy Eats Worth No Deals

Yummy Eats Worth No Deals

Featuring Birds of Paradise Gelato Boutique (East Coast Road), Ramen Keisuke Lobster King, Ramen Keisuke Kani King, Relish by Wild Rocket (Bukit Timah), Ramen Santouka (Cuppage Terrace), Springleaf Prata Place (The Rail Mall), Revelry, Ming Fa Fishball / Meng Kitchen (Upper Thomson Road), Ginza Kamo Soba Kyudaime Keisuke, G7 Sin Ma Claypot Live Frog (Upper Bukit Timah)
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If this is available, PLS GET IT!!! Essentially chocolate croissant that is totally znged up with molten hazelnut oozing out from within! Tried their sugar almond croissant previously which was not bad, but this was just really really good!! Lovely sinful treat just a stone throw’s away from NUS 👍🏻👍🏻

Nice little treat! Wished that the banana taste could have been infused throughout the dough better, but liked that the muffin was moist with a nice crisp crust on the top, with the walnuts well spread out throughout! 🤤🤤

Pot came a little smaller than we expected (considering the staff said it was meant for 2-3 pax). Nonetheless, the army stew came full of ingredients like sausage, spam, ham, cabbage, leek, maggi mee (only 1 packer tho) and topped off with cheese! Very normal army stew that’s comparable to Sunny Korean’s $29 one at KR, but I guess portion is slightly smaller though the cheese adds a nice touch. Comes with kimchi and water as well with a nice empty environment (compared to never being able to find seats at a Sunny Korean). Definitely a nice place if you’re craving Korean, and they also have set lunches at $10.80++ (which is essentially ala carte price with a drink)

Surprisingly pretty nice salad bowl despite being really simple?? DIY salad comes with either a cabbage salad base ($4.80) or pasta base with 3 toppings of your choice! Additional proteins can be added at extra charge and I chose dijon tuna ($1.50) for this, which was pretty yummy! 😋😋 Liked that the toppings had a huge variety with nuts (almonds, walnuts, pumpkin seeds) and many many vegetables and beans! Balsamic sauce was really good and you can ask for more if it’s not enough!

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This was really pretty good!! Loved the dense buttery flaky inside with a solid sweet outer layer, topped off with almond flakes 😍😍 Preferred this to their Kouign-Amann, and it was pretty value for money considering how affordable and yummy this is! 💕💕

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This was pretty good! Pastry was crisp and well glazed with caramelized sugar 🤤🤤 Cafe had a nice ambience and was pretty empty on a weekday afternoon. Water and a whole spread of spreads available on the side as well! Also, give their Almond Croissant a try as well!


A definite must get with every trip to the East! Though the snaking queue seems endless, the line moves fast and is definite worth the 10-15 min wait 😍😍 Spiced Pear gelato was interesting, but paled in comparison to the White Chrysanthemum!! The chrysanthemum flavor was subtle yet ever present, and went well with the thyme cone (which honestly smelt stronger than the taste) 🤤🤤 Loved how the fragrance of the thyme cone fills the entire little shop, so honestly the queueing time passed quickly with the heavenly smell of fresh waffles to accompany us 😋😋


Amazing value at this unexpected find?? Bibimbap came piping hot in a sizzling claypot, topped with carrots, seaweed, cucumbers, beansprouts, marinated chicken and a sunny side up hiding a load of gochujang sauce underneath 🤤🤤 An even more budget version will be the non-claypot bibimbap ($6) but why forgo the nice charred rice bits at the bottom 😍😍 Love that this comes with free flow kimchi and Korean cucumber salad, as well as seaweed soup for a nice wholesome meal. Tried the ginseng chicken too, which tasted more like a Chinese soup and wasn’t too cheap, but at least portion of chicken was very generous. To manage your expectations, the food is good for the price and definitely is a more Chinese take on Korean cuisine? A pleasant find after walking past this unassuming little stall within Junction 8’s food junction, and will definitely be back when I need my next cheap Korean fix 😋😋

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Finally tried this and boy have I been missing out! (And so are you if you haven’t tried it) This completely took me by surprise and is possibly one of Mac’s most successful innovations 😍😍 Hot oozy chocolatey goodness really explodes out when you first bite into that crispy pastry shell so be careful not to burn your lips, but wow. WOW. More lava-ey than some restaurant-grade lava cakes, this is the ultimate chocolate heaven at such an affordable price?? Pair it with a hot fudge sundae for the ultimate chocolate explosion and you will really implode from this goodness 🤤🤤

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Definitely a very photogenic piece in the ultimate zen place 😌😌 Cake was a little dry (due to the high sponge to cream ratio), but the red bean and subtle cream layer definitely helped to balance it out. What was truly quite impressive was the bitter shot of matcha that saved the desert-level dryness of that cake 🤤🤤 Though slightly pricier than normal cakes, the ambience and overall presentation + taste definitely makes up for it!

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This is gonna be go-to place whenever I’m craving a warm homely bowl of porridge goodness! Truly doing justice to porridge and clearing its name of being just sick people’s food, every mouthful of this gooey goodness was simply heavenly 🤤🤤 Chocked full of ingredients like century egg, sliced dory fish, sliced lean pork, minced meat chunks, liver, intestines (tho a little weird) and cuttlefish, it’s truly worth the higher price with the huge portion and generous serving of ingredients! Topped with fried shallots and sesame oil, it was the ultimate comfort food in a comfortable air-con with no service charge, and will definitely be back for more 💯💯

Walked past chalk farm a couple of months back and haven’t stopped thinking about their cakes since, so imagine my joy when I discovered their offspring at Takashimaya! Finally got to try their famed Kueh Salat and it didn’t disappoint! Dense chewy glutinous rice topped with a sweet layer of coconut custard that was oh so soft (that it actually crumbled when I jiggled the cake) 🤤🤤 Interesting rendition of the traditional Kueh and will definitely be back to try their other cakes!

Cause food makes the world go round (and me too 🐽🐽) Good food good lobangs @adeateee

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