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Clearly an afterthought. Denser than most, but nothing great.

You might not be able to tell, but this money bag is two to three times the size of the usual. I love money bags so this was shiok. Very interesting they sell such a thing.

Taking out & eating in has been a norm & we are constantly worried if the food we ordered via delivery will taste as good as if you were dining in.

The people at Takagi Ramen has helped to settle that problem! Their innovative packaging of splitting up the ramen & ingredients from the ramen broth has allowed us to enjoy the ramen! It's as if we had it at the store itself!

This allows for the ramen to still have that bite without turning overly soggy in the broth.

As part of their promo as well, you get 5pc of crispy fried Gyoza at a total cost of $12, almost as good as dining in!

The Karaka-men comes with a hot & spicy broth, made from their special blend of red chillies added to the creamy tonkotsu broth, definitely something for the spice lovers out there.

Available at the drinks stall. Not authentic but passable lah.

It's the big box and it's deep. I've never picked mlxg so liberally and it was fun. It's mostly my favourite ingredients, including mushrooms, pork belly, lotus root, yam, mutton, fish, beancurd skin and napa cabbage, although I did add black fungus for my family.

The fan favourite at Serangoon Garden is known for its tender and succulent Braised Duck Rice.

You can tell a stall is doing it right when the queues are snaking long throughout the day, and customers are willing to wait even in rush hours.

The regular portion of Duck Rice at $3.50 is quite quite its priced, while you can top up with other ingredients such as braised pork, pig head meat, pig tongue, pig ear, braised egg, tau pok and cabbage.

What people like would be the nostalgic Teochew flavours of tender duck pieces, paired well with the white rice drizzled with braising sauce.


Tar Pau
Frozen Dim Sum
Available at @kowloonhongkongdimsum
So one can steam them anytime

Chicken Feet 冰冻鸡爪 (S$12/ 600g)
Turnip Cake 冰冻萝卜糕 (S$6/ 6pcs)
Liu Sha Bao 流沙包 (S$10/ 9pcs)
Steamed Cake (S$5/ 4pcs)

Kow Loon Hong Kong Dim Sum 九龍香港点心
Address 🏡 : Blk 151 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5, # 01-3030 Singapore 🇸🇬 560 151
Open ⏰ : 8am - 9pm
WhatsApp for delivery : 8498 3161
MRT 🚇 : Yio Chu Kang (NS15)
Note 📝 : Take bus service 860 from bus interchange and drop off in front of the block

Fail. It turned out their fishballs are nothing special. Noodles don't come more ordinary than this haha.

From Old Bugis Kway Chap. This dish is basically a gooey version of kway topped with the usual kway. A bit sour and the pig skin was tough, but overall very good.

Cold Shoulder (4 for $30 or 1 for $8) was a creamy affair while the brownies (1 for $4) was my biggest regret of not getting three!

For fans of KOOKS Creamery’s offerings of handcrafted ice-cream on oozy signature molten lava cookies, you’ll be glad to know that you can now pre-order them via their online store - There is free Islandwide delivery with min. $65 spend, or if not self collection is available as well at their Serangoon outlet.

That said, featured is the Mermaid Spirulina Ice Cream atop Chocolate Lava Cookie that i had before the circuit breaker. The ice cream is actually mango passionfruit flavour mixed with the superfood spirulina, with a white chocolate mermaid tail topping. Tastewise the ice cream was zesty and pretty refreshing, and the combination with the hot chocolate lava and warm cookie made this a delightful treat!

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