Tanjong Pagar / Outram park / Chinatown

Tanjong Pagar / Outram park / Chinatown

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Tried the matcha millefeuille pancakes 3 years ago and didnt fancy them. This time round, I decided to try the Mango Pancake (4 pcs for $16.40). Top up $1 for vanilla ice cream.

I much prefer this non-matcha pancake version! The pancake was light and fluffy, with fresh mango chunks and some almond flakes in between the layers! Belle-Ville's pancakes are known to be only 80% cooked, so it is much more eggy and fluffy! It is almost like a souffle pancake!

Slightly regretted getting the 4 piece portion, because it was too much to finish for 1 pax. So if you are dining alone, get the 2 piece portion instead (I was initially afraid that the 2 piece portion would not be enough, but it actually was sufficient haha)!

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@breakfasthola is opened by Taiwanese, and they serve all day authentic Taiwanese Breakfast and Brunch items here! Take a trip to Taiwan while in Singapore!

Indulge in a wide range of menu items, ranging from toast, thick slice toast, club sandwiches, egg crepe roll, noodles, rice and many drink choices! There is something for everyone here! Tasty breakfast items to start off your day happy!

Featured here are the below food items that I tried:
- Garlic Butter Thick Toast ($4.50): Highly recommended to get this! I love this crispy on the outside and fluffy soft pillowy on the inside toast! Very fragrant garlic butter spread too!

-Ham Original Egg Crepe Roll with Pulled Cheese ($5.90 + $1.50): A simple dish that can't go wrong and super comforting! You can choose the type of crepe that you want too! Choose from original / whole wheat (+$1) / scallion oil pancake (+$2)

-Grilled Pork Meat and Egg Toast ($5.80): The slightly sweet white bread was nicely toasted! Went well with the crunchy lettuce and cucumber, egg and savoury pork slice!

-Lady Boss Pork Brown Rice (Large size for $8.50): Get the large size bowl if you want this sunny side up oozy egg! Love the savoury braised pork sauce! This version is made of ground pork instead of pork belly, if you prefer less fatty pork meat!

-Iced Good Morning Milk Tea ($2.80): Very thick and fragrant!
-Iced Winter Melon Tea ($2.50): Refreshing and thirst quenching.

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If you have been wanting to try out Beans Factory, they have now opened their FIRST Singapore outlet at 100AM mall at Tanjong Pagar area!

@beansfactory.singapore is a well-known dessert brand from Malaysia! I had wanted to check out their Mount Austin Outlet during my previous Johor Bahru trip actually, but didnt have time to squeeze it in to my itinerary! So happy to know that they are now in Singapore!

Featured here are the following dessert items:
-Taro Family Tau Fu Fah ($8.90): This bowl comes with mini taro balls, taro balls and taro paste too! This is a must get for all taro lovers! Their signature is the TAU FU FAH which is freshly made everyday. Their tau fu fah reminds me of soy pudding! Very smooth and silky, quite different from tauhuey texture! Add the sugar syrup based on your choice of sweetness! The taro balls were also chewy good!

-Honey Lemon Aiyu with Mango and Taro ball ($8.90): If you are craving something sweet and sour instead, check out their Honey Lemon Aiyu Series! The aiyu jelly was smooth and large portions of mangoes were given! This has chewy nata de coco too!

There is a wide variety of menu item choices here! You can also customise your own bowl under the Mix and Match menu category! You can pick the base, topping and sugar base!

Their serving portion here is HUGE, so come with more friends to share more dessert bowls together!

⁣🚨DEAL ALERT: They are having an ongoing CNY promo from now till 5 Feb 2023! Spend min $18 to get 10% off your total bill!

Check them out at 100 AM Mall #01-13A now!

Finally checking out @jiayueneatinghse ! Have bookmarked this place for a few years now but always lazy to head to joochiat road area to have this! They have now moved to tanjong pagar mrt level b1 area! Much more convenient and more accessible to more people now!

We visited this place on a friday evening at almost 7pm timing, and the place was quiet with less than 5 ppl dining in. But i reckon that the crowd and queue will be larger during weekday lunch time hour since prices are quire affordable!

Ordered the creamy salted egg chicken rice ($8) which comes with an egg. I like that the egg was runny! There was quite a substantial portion of chicken meat given! The creamy salted egg sauce was also 👍🏻! I slurped up every bit of it! The chicken also seems to be fried prawn paste marinate chicken before it is coated with the creamy salted egg sauce!

Arrived on a weekday early morning at 930am and was slightly disappointed by the limited variety of pastry items to choose from.

-Miso Kouign Amann ($5): This was my favourite item! Who knew Japanese miso + kouign amann will taste so good! I absolutely love the salty and sweet taste!
-Otah Otah Danish ($4.80): Very appetising. But the egg was more than the otak. I will prefer if it has more otah!
-Almond Croissant ($5): This was the item that I least enjoyed, but got it for the sick of getting since I had to use a $20 chope voucher
-Iced Matcha Latte ($7.40): Get $1 off when you order any food item! This promo can be used with the chope voucher too! But I must say this matcha latte was kinda diluted.

The high tea set for 2 is priced at $56++ and it includes 2 non-alcoholic drinks as well. In each high tea set, there will be 2 pieces of the following 10 items:
-Mushroom Croquette
-Rockmelon with Parma Ham
-Crab Cake with Garlic Aioli
-Smoked Salmon Pinwheel with Cream Cheese
-Mini Cranberry Scones
-Pandan Panna Cotta with Rose Sago
-Mini Cheesecake
-Matcha Swiss Roll
-Passionfruit Popsicle
-Berries and Cream Puff
For the drinks, we opted for the Iced Lychee Tea and Iced White Grape Tea.

All in all, i preferred the savouries to the sweets for this high tea set! I also like that the scone was a mini one (usually scone is my most hated item in all high tea sets lol). The sweets items were too sweet to my liking though.

As we had 3 ppl, in addition to the high tea set, we ordered two ala carte food items as well:
-Spruce Prawn Pasta ($22++): This was SUPER DUPER yummy! Orecchiette pasta (it translates to little ears because it resembles that shape) tossed in zucchini, spinach and garlic cream sauce! The sea prawns were super fresh and crunchy!

-Egg Florentine ($22++): Homemade puffy pizzas with Parma Ham, Spinach, Garlic, Quail Eggs, Tomatoes and Chilli Flakes. We got this pizza because another one that we wanted was not available. I am not a fan of parma ham, so I didnt quite enjoy this.

We visited the outlet at Phoenix Park! Love the greenery nature ambience here. If you want to get indoor aircon seats at the Phoenix Park Outlet, I recommend you to make a reservation! Also, do note that the high tea is only available on weekdays 230-530pm.

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Finally visited LUNA!!

This place has been on my bucket list for 2 years!

First thing first, I thought that it was quite weird that the prices for the cakes/tarts were not displayed on shelves (In the end, we realised the QR code for menu was at the tables). So we were blindly choosing the cakes based on whether we think it will be nice without looking at the prices (where usually when I order food I will factor in the price of the item to decide which to get)! But anw, we were very sure we were gona try the orh nee cake, so there was only one more cake for us to choose (which turned out to be more expensive than the cake, when I thought it would be the other way round haha)

These are the items we got:
Orh Nee Cake ($8): This is totally a MUST GET item if you are visiting this cafe! I was also not disappointed with this cake! Light fluffy vanilla sponge cake is layered with velvety yammy paste, and topped with Chantilly Cream and desiccated coconuts. I also like the addition of crunchy white chocolate pearls! So many different textures in one!

Mango Passion Fruit ($9.50): This was a super interesting tart with many different layer! There is mango sponge cake that is assembled together with mango cremeux, passionfruit curd, pistachio ganache, crunchy white chocolate feuilletine , and glazed with coconut mousse and passionfruit glaze. An explosion of flavours in the mouth! Enjoyed this alot too!

Enjoyed my visit here, and may be back again to try their other tarts/cakes!!

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@nictomeatery has reopened a new outlet at 6 Sago Street! The owners are the second generation of the very popular BAI NIAN NIANG DOU FU, which also happens to be my number 1 favourite yong tau foo in Singapore! I always order their beehoon soup whenever I am at Albert Hawker Centre or at Viva Business Park!

For their @nictomeatery, they specialise in cheese beehoon, and serve a variety of chinese and western dishes!

Featured here are the following food items:

Big Scallop Cheese ($15.90++): Was very intrigued as to how the cheese soup will taste like. It turned out to be not bad! The cheese taste was not too over-powering (which is a good thing)! Love the big scallops and fresh juicy prawns! It is a MUST to try out one of their cheese beehoon soup if you are here!

Ee Fu Noodle ($9.90++): Usually we only have ee fu noodles at wedding banquets. Was quite excited to try this! Braised ee fu springy noodles with alot of minced garlic, mushrooms, prawns and scallop. I love this dish! If you are ee fu lovers like us, do try this out!

Sesame Bun ($11.70++): This can be ordered in pieces, but minimum 3 pieces per order! This is another MUST get! Almost every table was ordering this too! Loved the deep fried buns that are topped with black and white sesame seeds. The shredded pork belly was stir fried and with caramelised onions. So good! They also provide you disposable gloves to assemble the bun and eat with your hands! Otherwise, there is also a washing point in the restaurant!

Eight Treasures ($6.90++): This was a very interesting side dish. Deep fried tofu with minced prawns! Goes well with the mayo dip!

For drinks, we got the Iced yuzu drink ($3++) and Hot Fruit Tea ($7.90++)! Very refreshing and thirst quenching drinks!


All-time favourite croissant bundle from @aliceboulangerie!

Featured in this box is the following flavours:
Lychee Raspberry Croissant
Peanut Butter Croissant
Pistachio Chocolate Croissant

The croissants are out of this world!!! They are so aesthetically pleasing to the eyes, and also super tasty! They are so well embellished with fillings on the inside! Buttery and flaky crispy croissants! Luxury croissants indeed! My favourite of the lot is the lychee raspberry croissant!!

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This stall is located at Chinatown Complex Food Centre 02-096 ! We were making a point to try out a different new stall at this hawker from what we had previously, so food blogger listings brought us to this page! And we were not disappointed!

Got the char siew chee cheong fan ($4), which came with small bits of charsiew. The chee cheong rice batter is house-milled! Was very intrigued by how the chee cheong fans had soooo many wrinkly folds (while typical chee cheong fan at other dim sum stalls are smooth). But turns out, these wrinkly chee cheong fans were very silky, springy and smooth to eat! The soy sauce mixture, that is topped with shallot oil, was also very good! This Chee Cheong Fan also came along with a side of spicy chilli sauce, which was pretty interesting to eat together, but may get too spicy for some!

If you are thinking of dabao-ing this back home to eat, I read that the chef created a chee cheong fan recipe that allows one to takeaway home and still have these soft and springy chee cheong fun”.

We also tried their pork and century eggs congee ($4.50): This came with sliced pork, pork balls and century eggs. What is different is that instead of coming with the usual crispy youtiao, it was topped with fried cracker pillows (the kind you will find in lohei) for the crispy crunch! The porridge was very smooth and tasted very healthy! I especially liked their pork balls, which was marinated pretty well! I wished there was just a pork ball porridge option!

Between the two, I prefer the chee cheong fan over the porridge! It is soo good that I will want to be back to eat it again!


Polo Buns from @championflagship !

Visited this “new cafe” (inverted commas because i visited them 10 months ago, but only finally got down to posting my review now hehe) that sells authentic hong kong bolo buns! It is quite rare to see such a specialty polo bun stall!

There was a snaking long queue when we visited then on a weekend later afternoon! You will need to place your order at the counter before you proceed to find your seats upstairs yourself! There is also waiting time for the food to be served as the polo buns are baked in small batches to ensure quality. They are handmade and freshly baked every 15 mins!

This was what I tried:
⭐️Classic Bolo Bun (right) - not sure if it was just our luck, but the classic bolo bun had too much of a charred top! But nevertheless, i like the sweet crunchy layer with a fluffy pillowy bun. If you want an extra slice of butter in the bun, it is additional 50 cents.

⭐️Curry Potato Bolo Bun (left): Got this to try because it was HIGHLY RAVED. And I can see why. This was a local fusion bolo bun with local curry! Totally love this. If you love curry and spice, try this. There are minced chicken with potato cubes in the fillings. Highly recommend it! 👍🏻

🥤Champion’s Lemon tea (iced): Got an iced tea to pair the buns, since no trip to a charchanteng is complete without a drink. But since I dont take coffee or milk tea, this was the only choice i had.

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Have heard lots of good review about this place! So finally came to visit, since there was 30% discount with Fuzzie app! Super good deal!

Was very impressed with the side dishes served! Especially the deep fried yellow fish! The fish meat was very sweet! But it takes abit of effort to avoid the small little bones. The other side dishes served were pickled cucumber, kimchi, fermented squid and seaweed. I didnt really eat 3 of the 4 side dishes though! I wished they had shredded potatoes and fishcakes instead!

Assorted Soontofu ($21.90++): Comes with an egg, minced beef, clam, crab, squid, and shrimp! Was caught by surprise to find it to be in minced beef instead of sliced beef. Was sharing this dish with partner, and I was a non-beef eater. It was quite annoying to separate out the minced beef which was EVERYWHERE in the soup. So if you are a non-beef eater, best to order the other soontofus instead! We got the standard spicy level soontofu soup and it was already quite spicy! The crab and shrimp were quite a hassle to eat though. So if you are on a date or meeting someone for the first time, my advice is to best to avoid the seafood soontofus haha!

The soontofu pairs super well with the hot stone rice given! Although I found it slightly annoyed that rice is wasted because the rice stuck to the hot stone bowl and I dont really like to eat crispy hard rice (just like how I dont eat the crispy parts of rice in a traditional claypot rice lol)

Grilled Chicken (Spicy or teriyaki option) ($27.90++): Wanted variety so we got a grilled chicken meat dish as well. The spicy was so not spicy at all? The spice level was barely there! While ample portions of meat were given (since it comes with a hefty price tag too), the dish didnt really WOW me.

Freeflow iced/hot corn tea ($1++): They dont serve water here so we observed that most diners got this corn tea too!

Do remember to take your bottle of free yakult at the counter when you are about to pay! Hehe freebies excite me :)

It was only after ordering did we realise perhaps we should have ordered the combo meals instead, which may be more affordable although portions are also slightly smaller, will be back again to try!

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