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[BUY 2 GET 1 FREE] 𝗟𝗶𝗛𝗢 𝗧𝗘𝗔 has crafted a series of Light Milk Tea @Cloud and Light Milk Tea catering to the demographics of Singaporeans! For those who prefer to savour tea at its real flavour, go for the Pure Tea series!

Light Milk Tea is tasty, fragrant and light on the palate. For a fluffy texture, go for Light Milk Tea @Cloud which features a light and fluffy cloud which melts in your mouth every sip.

Light Milk Tea @Cloud and Light Milk Tea will feature 5 ZEROs milk! The 5 ZEROS are:

✅️ 0 Preservatives,0 Trans Fat,0 Dairy Creamer,0 Artificial Creamer and 0 Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil.

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Handpicked for its fragrance and subtle sweetness, the Orchid Tea perfectly blends with the softness of light fluffy cloud.

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Enjoy the richness of Glutinous Rice Dark Tea paired with light fluffy milk cloud, a velvety creation that gently blankets the tea.

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Islandwide Launch Date: 8th December 2023
Outlet Availability: All LiHO TEA outlets
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Been planning to try this shop that serves good coffee and traditional peanut pancake, plus other traditional breakfast items. At 11am, the shop is still filled with breakfast customers.

Ordered coffee and one piece of traditional peanut pancake, not the crispy type. The pancakes were a little chewy from the fermented dough, ample ground peanuts sandwiched between the two slices of the wedge, and not too sweet which suits me fine.

Coffee was legit good with robust taste of roasted beans. It was most enjoyable to sip the bitter hot coffee (black without sugar) and interpose with slightly sweet mouthful of chewy dough.

Strongly recommend for light breakfast or brunch.

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What The Fish: https://www.whatthefish.com.sg/deals
Spicy Fragrant Limbo Fish - Half Fish with Tail set + Pearl Rice 🍚
(No additional toppings selected)
Flavour selection 4: Spicy Fragrant (herbs and broad-bean paste)

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Min 3 pieces

Radish was quite juicy. Abit fibrous though

Seaweed was good

Meatballs were firm, they burst properly and the filling was juicy

Having just had oden from an izakaya, I would say the difference is perceptible, but honestly in terms of umami the difference is not that great and this is much much more value for money

Not many Chinese are familiar w this dish, it's basically chopped up and stir fried prata. In fact I rarely even see this on the menu normally, so I'm glad I found it here

Their mutton is good as ever. It's abit unfortunate that their prata texture isn't the best for kothu prata, it's somewhat soggy when stir fried. However the combination of eggs and spices still made this quite enjoyable

It was quite soft and somewhat chewy but not very very mochi. A bit of cream cheese inside

Average overall

Regular sized
Would be nice if you stick to the standard sugar content/ level.
The mochi and mashed taro combo has an interesting texture but can get filling if you have too much.

White pork belly , white pork collar each 7.5nett/200g

The hotpot broth was quite decent, it's less strong than you expect and it's more savoury too rather than creamy.

The meats were good but not super tender, no matter how you cook it.

The collar comes in fewer but much bigger slices which were satisfying. Both should be fully cooked for best texture, not medium rare

The ingredients are reasonably priced at 80¢ per piece.

I recommend the handmade meatball, the plump dumpling and the tau kee that is bigger than my face.

With a minimum of six pieces and your choice of carb, a bowl comes up $5.60 which you can have either dry or in clear soup.

Apart from the usual sweet sauce and sambal chili, the stall also provide sambal belacan.

Read more: https://thedeadcockroach.blogspot.com/2023/08/hakka-yong-tau-foo-blk-132-jurong.html?m=1

For every Japanese cuisine enthusiast, a visit to Sakae Sushi is practically a culinary rite of passage! However, if you haven’t yet savoured the Gyuniku Curry Don ($17.10) at their Tradehub 21 outlet, it’s a delicious journey worth undertaking. This savoury dish features delectable Japanese curry, tender sliced beef, and perfectly steamed rice.


Pic creds: Darren Chng

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Flavourful and generous in portion 😋
Rarely see Japanese being open in the neighborhood, really a great suprise.

Miso soup are also very authentic, cooked with real ingredients instead of instant packages ❤️‍🔥

Price are pretty decent as well average around 8~15

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