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My go-to for midday caffeine re-fuel. The staffs obviously know what they are doing and are happy to chat about anything coffee brewing. If you're lucky, you could catch them roasting a fresh batch through the glass.

Nylon needs no introduction. Its quality of roasts is so top notch. The notes of their espresso blend is not what I would typically go for but Nylon does their coffee really well that it is much better, with clean aftertaste and low acidity that keeps me coming back for more.
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• 7oz white, extra shot [$5 with BYOC]

Since we are having our lunch nearby, decided to grab some of this ang ku kueh back home for snack.

You shouldn’t leave Outram Park without buying some of this.

Traditional Beancurd (S$1.50)
Smooth but breaks into pieces quite easily.

Original Jelly Beancurd (S$1.50)

Grass Jelly (S$1.50)
Quite smooth.

Honey Ginger (S$2/ 330ml)
Not too sweet. Can feel the ginger’s heat.

Ginger Extract (S$5/ 330ml)

Available at @beanosingapore

Beano
Address 🏡 : Blk 6 Everton Park # 01-02, Singapore 🇸🇬 080 006
Tel ☎️ : 9852 7900
Open ⏰ :
Mon - Fri : 7.30am - 7pm
Sat & PH : 7.30am - 2pm
Website 🌐 : https://beano.com.sg/
MRT 🚇 : Outram Park (EW16/ NE3)

Even after posting a non-Instagrammable photo and you are still here reading on, thank you very much as it means a lot to me. I am not someone who takes the best looking food shots but just a regular foodie who loves eating and sharing good eats that need not necessarily be expensive. Despite many who chase the finer things in life, I’m comfortable in my t-shirt and shorts hunting for the best hawker stalls or even shining the spotlight at one of our fast disappearing heritage foods such as the ang ku kueh in which Ji Xiang Confectionery makes them excellently. This will not cost you an arm or a leg, probably just loose change in your wallet, but the mochi-like texture of the outer casing with the peanut sugar filling is just pure magic happening in your mouth from each bite.
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✨ Ji Xiang Confectionery
📍 1 Everton Park, Unit 01-33, Singapore 081001
🛵 https://delivery.jixiangconfectionery.com.sg/product/delivery/
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Got myself the earl grey lavender [$6.5]. The lavender is not as strong as the earl grey flavor, but both do not come out strongly either. It is not jelak and quite filling too, however some might find the flavor to be too weak. Nonetheless I will come back to try their other bakes and makes. The place is really quaint (somehow it is good they reduce the indoor capacity otherwise it may be so stuffy) and super aesthetic!
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P.S. They encourage BYO to save on packaging, and also cash payment (possibly to reduce commission imposed on credit card payment fees). Support small business!

These scarlet treats look simple, but their simplicity is exactly why they are hard to get right. This famous shop though, got their 𝗔𝗻𝗴 𝗞𝘂 𝗞𝘂𝗲𝗵 ($1.10) mostly right.

Not mind-blowing but this is comfort food, and might just be what some need to tide over these stressful times. But maybe breaking down and crying helps too (PS not a therapist).

I thought the skin had just enough gummy chewiness and it enveloped a generous amount of filling, with a golden skin to filling ratio. Many would gravitate towards flavours like green tea, but their traditional fillings were also great and not too sweet.

IG: @indulgentism

These are hands-down some of the best ang ku kueh ($0.90-$1 each) I’ve ever had! Each piece is massive and packed solid with filling. They have a wide variety to choose from and they are just the right level of sweetness! I liked yam and peanut the most, but my favourite part was definitely the chewy & pillowy soft skin!!