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Purchased 2 boxes of 3 for 3 cakes and living up to its reputation, IT IS FREAKING AMAZING!! Absolutely loving'it & would return with the promotion. Cake is expensive for purchase without promotion.

Cakes flavours:
Lychee
Yuzu
MSW
Cheesecake
Oreo
Strawberry

Rating: 5/5 🌟

4⭐ Back at one of our favourite western food outlet. WB suddenly craves for chicken wing so we ordered the first time. The chicken wing is surprisingly good. We always the same side dishes, mac & cheese and onion rings for myself and french fries and tasty rice for him.
#AndesByAstons #LemonLimeChicken #FieryChicken #ChickenWings

4⭐ Back at one of our favourite western food outlet. WB suddenly craves for chicken wing so we ordered the first time. The chicken wing is surprisingly good. We always the same side dishes, mac & cheese and onion rings for myself and french fries and tasty rice for him.
#AndesByAstons #LemonLimeChicken #FieryChicken #ChickenWings

4⭐ Back at one of our favourite western food outlet. WB suddenly craves for chicken wing so we ordered the first time. The chicken wing is surprisingly good. We always the same side dishes, mac & cheese and onion rings for myself and french fries and tasty rice for him.
#AndesByAstons #LemonLimeChicken #FieryChicken #ChickenWings

This was better than the rice, which is a very low bar. I remember buying the duck rice to hall a decade ago and it was awesome. Now it sucks.

Disappointing. I remember buying this to hall a decade ago. It was awesome. The rice was rich, the meat was tender, it was wet with gravy and the chilli was addictive. Now it's a lame pack of duck rice. It's dry and the meat forgettable. The fact it's only $3 helps a bit, but it's no excuse considering what it once was.

Liked that this came with quite a lot of chilli! For $3, this came with a really generous serving of ingredients (meatballs, minced pork, mushrooms and pig liver). 😋 Feel free to add your own vinegar if you are a fan of it too.

However, I think the noodles were slightly overcooked, and it would have been even better if they were more springy!

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Ordered their seafood ramen which consist of big prawns and snow crab for only ($19.90) which I find it quite worth for that price and seafood is fresh

Decent portion of salmon, rice slightly vinegary, marinate for the salmon slices can be better.
6/10

I love taimei bbtea drinks using @lazada_sg coupons vouchers!

The queue at the Bukit panjang outlet was super long wait though as the outlet receives lots of foodpanda and grabfood orders. the wait was almost 20-30mins on a sat afternoon.

Decided to buy the Lazada vouchers because drinks sounded fanciful and looked pretty, but they fell short of my expectations.

🍹osmanthus fresh milk: this tastes way too milky to me
🍹sunny island: Hokkaido milk with fresh lemon juice, honey and mango, with popping mango, and butterfly blue pea tea. There is also mango yoghurt in it.

Continuing with this season of food week with something much closer to my neighbourhood: Malaysian-styled Wanton stall + Roast meats at Binjai’s Hup Choon Eating House!

Ever since we discovered Hup Choon Eating House hidden within the Binjai Park estate when I was a child, it’s been a staple in our breakfast diets for over a decade!

I remember covering the roast meats this stall has to over a bit ago, so today I’ll be focusing on my f a v item here: Their char siew wanton kway teow soup! (Yes, I know that is a very specific order.)

Some FYIs: The goodies tend to sell out after lunch; the entire coffeeshop is closed on Weds; the location tag is for the seafood stall that’s run by the coffeeshop’s owner, this stall is next to it!

Now that that’s out of the way, here’s why I’ve no problems eating their wanton kway teow nearly every single week for breakfast across multiple years (that trend is still going strong!):

The meat cuts you get here — be it duck, roasted pork, or char siew — are always freshly roasted, and are lean yet juicy. This doesn’t mean you end up with dry, bristled pieces. On the contrary, because of the roasting process, you get to savour the sweetness inherent to these cuts without being inundated with excessive fats and oil. (You can request for specific cuts — the uncle-auntie pair is really friendly and loves to chat!)

Their wantons aren’t anything to scoff at either. Each bulb is generously stuffed with meat and wrapped in a thin layer. The meat is never fatty, and seasoned just enough to provide flavour to pair with, but not distract from the soup. (Order a separate bowl of these/shui jiao on cold days for a treat!)

Finally, what really enamoured me to this specific dish is the soup. No, it doesn’t share a profile with complex double-boiled soups; instead, it offers a smooth, warm, comforting bloom of yellow beans suffused with vibrant greens — it’s the perfect complement to the heavier meats, and grounds you back into the simple yet blissful joy of enjoying a bowl of freshly cooked noodles. It’s a reminder that no matter how tough the day is, there is always a warm, homecooked bowl waiting to nourish you.

Curry Fish Head - $28
Sweet & Sour Pork Ribs - $12
Vegetable - $10

Able to call and place order in advance to pick up at a later time! 10/10 would recommend and the place was always crowded when dine-in was allowed.

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