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Latest Reviews in Beauty World

Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Beauty World, Singapore.
White Carrot Cake

Carrot cake from He Zhong. A lot of eggs. Texture was fluffy. But a bit dry and tasteless. The chye poh definitely added some much needed flavor to it. But bcos they were unevenly distributed, sometimes I didn't get any in my mouthful. I still prefer Fu Ming in Redhill food centre.

Hot Chocolate

This cold rainy day got me thinking of hot chocolate - and I miss this one from The Signature Patisserie. It was an absolutely comfort, chocolatey goodness all velvety smooth and rich with a lovely crunch from the chocolate pearls!

Breakkie after walkie.

Pur茅e jam on toast. Too much for one. Perhaps coz I had something earlier and saving space for lunch later on. #coffeesg #sgcoffee #sgcafes

Spicy Chewy Noodles, Jjolmyeon

Good for sharing because you will get tired of it easily. Refreshing and noodles were very chewy.

Xiao Long Bao

One of the better Xiao Long baos at $7.50 for 10 pcs. Thin skin that doesn't break when you pick them up & filled with just enough soup. I'd go back there for these!

Tomato Egg Noodles

I thought they'd do a decent tomato egg noodle like the type i had in Shanghai...not even close! Way too salty soup that didn't have any tomato or egg flavour & just one measly piece of tomato. 馃槕

Crispy Pork Belly Burger + Fairy Fries

The pork belly (sio bak) skin is super crispy and hard for biting. With hosin and mustard sauce, the burger is nice as it is filled with large portion of pork belly at a affordable price (S$5.50). Eat the fairy fries while it is still hot (S$1.50).

Dory Fish Burger

Dory Fish is smooth and soft, no fishy smell. The amount of fish given is quite a lot for the burger at a affordable price (S$5.50).

Feng Ji Shu Shi Char Kway Teow

Not too oily, one egg was used for a plate of Kway Teow but a bit too sweet for my liking. Overall, not bad (S$3.00)!

Spiced Pulled Pork

$5.00
There are super few food places in Singapore that I would take the liberty to travel down to and Hambaobao has now officially become one of them.

Crisp and well cooked buns with an amazing coleslaw and perfectly cooked, soft and spiced pulled pork, the spiced pulled pork is cheap yet delicious. I originally wanted to get the Pork Belly burger, but it was, unfortunately, sold out but when one door closes, another opens, and now I've got a new favorite burger in town 馃崝

It's $1.50 more for fries but I didn't get them this time round. I will definitely try it next time, though!

Ultimate Ramen

$6.90
This is one of the better hawker ramens out there. The soup was more on the watery side and the flavor wasn't too overpowering. The ramen was a "legit" ramen and wasn't those maggie mee ramen you can find anywhere else! The best part of the dish, however, was the pork belly. Charred and grilled to perfection, it was juicy and tender and paired very well with the whole dish.

This wasn't mind-blowing or anything, but definitely worth it's price and if I'm craving a cheap Japanese meal when I'm in the vicinity, this is the place I would turn to. 馃崪

Minced Meat Tom Yum Noodles ($6)

Minced meat tom yum noodles ($6). Essentially the Sister of thai boat noodles, the thick Tom Yum gravy isn't as spicy as I expected it to be. While it have its usual sour notes, it have a good balance of sweetness to the gravy. Fret not to those who love a punch in the stomach, they have condiments of Chili flakes, cut Chili and sweet thai Chili if you need extra. The soft minced meat, together with the runny egg, is makes this bowl quick and oh so satisfying.