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Tried the Curry Pork Chop Rice ($3.50) and there are lots of ingredients in it.

Cheap and generous amount of ingredients in Golden Mile Hawker Centre to get your money worth.

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Headed to Blanco Court Fried Fish Noodles after seeing pretty positive reviews about their fish noodles. A decent fish noodle option, though I am not sure if it’s all that rave. It’s a nice, comforting bowl which serves its purpose, but the flavour is not the most mind blowing.


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Sweet and sourish, Co Hai Banh Mi’s Ha Noi Bun Cha ($12.50) was slurp-worthy as well (though my favourite is still at Uncle Ho's Tuckshop). The tantalising dip really whets one's appetite and thankfully was not too lip-puckering. A little pricey for the portion but at least the pork patties were pretty large and were nicely seasoned.

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Their Fresh Spring Rolls ($6 / 2pcs) were on point too. The rice paper was beautifully delicate and thin - cause god knows I really dislike the overly sticky, chewy, and almost rubbery ones. The filling was pretty standard (the prawns were plump, the fresh greens crunchy, and the vermicelli noodles silky-soft) but overall a decent rendition. The dip at the side was good as well.

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Not your traditional Vietnamese baguette filling, Co Hai Banh Mi’s Stir-fried Beef & Cheese Baguette ($12) was like a hearty, decadent Asian cheeseburger. Tender and succulent, the sweet-savoury seasoned beef was covered in gooey melted cheese. Super buttery, the initial bite was a tad rich but the crunchy pickles, fresh greens, chili, and coriander helped to balance the flavour. The toasted bread was also very satisfying, wonderfully crispy on the outside and fluffy-soft on the inside.

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📍ATLAS, Parkview Square📍
💸 Afternoon tea: $64
*Prices not inclusive of GST/Servvice Charge

We've been wanting to try Atlas' afternoon tea since forever but it's so difficult to get a reservation🥺. Really lucky we managed to book a slot a few months in advance🙏! We really liked the pastries and desserts. Each had pretty unique flavour combinations that are different from the norm🍞. Usually for afternoon tea sets, there would be some items that are misses for us. But for this, all the items were pretty good🍮! Lovely selection of tea as well, we really enjoyed the Kukicha Green especially🍵. We'll be trying to book their Christmas afternoon tea next, hopefully we'll succeed!😄

Love their muffin from @sl_2_muffin 🤩 Got their strawberry, chocolate chip , banana and raisin muffin. Affordable and yummy muffin 👍 not dry at all ,my all time favourite muffin🧁.
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Last meal before they move to Aperia

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Double Shot Oat White (Rwanda Nyamurinda) 3/5

S$ 7
Earthy flavor of oolong soft serve pair with fruity passion fruit popping boba and osmanthus jelly.

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I saw the burrple feed that people order it with roasted tomato basil soup as a ala crate. It's quite nice when it's warm when it's served on the table. Cheese Toastie ($16.90) got that melted "pull" and when we pull it side by side. I do recommended to order if you're got cheese vibe or lover. But I decided to add on Tater Tots for $4 as side dish but got "fishy" smell on it. I guess that they cooked with fish side by side. They got spam bagel and buttermilk pancake as their specials on the menu.

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Tom’s Palette take on Bubble Tea
Frozen Peak Oolong soft serve topped with passionfruit boba, osmanthus jelly and citrus nut clusters