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Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Jalan Kayu, Singapore.

I've been missing gong bao frog porridge ever since I moved out from the West, when I used to frequent the Sinma G7 Frog Porridge at Cheong Chin Nam.
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This is a good substitute that's readily available for me now. It's decent, but unfortunately lacks the strength of chilli, and the sauce fails to punch through to the interior of the frog. But, I'm glad to be able to have my frog fix near me now!

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in Singapore that is.
My favorite combi- if it's fully beancurd as I don't really like grass jelly!

Delight in a creamy blend of smooth vanilla soft serve and rich chocolate malt 》$3

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Eggs make everything better. The Eggcellent Mcspicy combines the original favourite with a golden layer of fried egg 》$8/Meal

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Pandan Coco Frappe (S$4.60/ M)
Aromatic pandan with a hint of coconut 🌴 flavour and grass jelly. Topped with whipped cream.

Kueh Salat Cake (S$5)
Pandan mousse, sponge cake and sticky rice topped with coconut 🌴 flakes
Available at @McCafeSG
It was a tab difficult to drink with normal straw with the chunks of jelly at the bottom. The cake was way too sweet. Could not taste the texture of sticky rice.
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McDonald's
Address 🏠 : 33 Sengkang West Avenue, # 01-04/05/06 Seletar Mall, Singapore 🇸🇬 797 653
Tel ☎️ : 6702 2967
Open 💈 :
Sun - Thu : 7am - 12am
Fri - Sat : 7am - 2am
MRT 🚇 : SengKang (NE16)
Note 📝 : From MRT change to LRT, drop off at Fernvale (SW5)

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garden salad ($7.90)
slightly small portion; fresh vegetables

black pepper chicken ($11.90)
lightly seasoned chicken; served with roasted potatoes and salad

beef burger and fries ($14.90)
soft and fluffy buns; juicy and flavourful beef patty; crunchy bacon; sunny side up; served with fries

ps sirloin (18.90)
slightly tough steak; flavourful mushroom sauce; served with fries and salad

*prices exclusive of 7% gst

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A far cry from what it used to be in its heyday a long while back. The prata was only decent at its higher price ($1.10 per piece) and the curry was almost industrial; not to my taste. I've had better prata elsewhere at a cheaper price...

The Indian Rojak was fairly standard so I've no comments on that. Hawker stalls around provide a similar taste so there's no real reason to detour.

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My kind of comfort food. Convenient. Pork ribs here are tender with a little fat. Go with the mee sua.

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My friend said the prata is usually flakier so we were quite disappointed that today's was quite cold and limp. It may have been because we were sitting under the aircon but oh well, I choose to believe that the steady stream of customers is proof of its popularity and that this may just have been a one-off incident. The good thing is, while it arrived glistening with oil, it didn't feel greasy at all.

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Traditional Toast Set (Usual S$5.40)
@DBSBank / @POSB S$0.90 Apple Pay promotion at @ToastBoxSG
Kaya butter toast, 2 half boiled eggs 🥚, choice of coffee or tea ☕️ in medium size
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Valid for month of May 2017
Valid for first 20,000 redemptions
Limited to 1 redemption per transaction
Available for dine in and take away
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Hidden spot at Jalan Kayu with cozy country atmosphere and the owner must be a true aeroplane fan to create such old school layout. Do challenge their buffalo wings at different levels of spiciness. We were humble enough to go for the Level 2, it was more of sweet-bbq than smokey-bbq type. Spiciness at level 2 was very mild. We also ordered the oxtail stew (tender oxtail cooked in peppery base), seafood platter (deep fried dory, prawn, calamari, potato wedges and coleslaw), beef brisket and pulled pork combo (both meat were rather dry and bland) and potato skin (generously loading with cheese but lacking the bacon factor). Total we spent $128 for these 3 mains and 2 sides.

More photos on: www.thejulietmike.com

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Prata craves are definitely strong as of late. Doesn't matter whether I'm having them for supper or breakfast or in the middle of the day – those crispy yet fluffy discs of dough coupled with rich, spicy curry never fail to hit the spot.

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