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Unless you have a super high sweet tolerance, this dish is best enjoyed with company. You can choose to pair your crispy churros with the torched custard or the vanilla ice cream and nuts. My recommendation: eat a mouthful of the churros with custard and follow it with the ice-cream!!! Super duper delicious and your belly will definitely be happy after this treat.

The staff plated this dish so nicely and made me feel like I was ordering it from a high class dessert place.

Cup of smooth aromatic coffee, two soft boiled eggs and basic rice noodle rolls.
Not bad.

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For a limited time only
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I opt for regular size
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Milo softserve dusted with milo crumble and topped with a milo cookie
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I could taste the rich malty flavour from the milo softserve and the milo cookie added a bit of crunchiness
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Halal certified! Boat noodle at $1.50 per bowl. 4 Broths - Pathumthani (i prefer this- dark soy sauce based, sweet and sour), Ayutthaya (creamy and coconut based), Creamy tom yum and Sweet Kueh chap. You can choose between beef or chicken and springy noodle (maggie mee like) or rice noodle (i prefer this). Thai iced tea was good too. Two outlets- Changi city point and Bugis Junction #boatnoodlesg

Halal certified! Boat noodle at $1.50 per bowl. 4 Broths - Pathumthani (i prefer this- dark soy sauce based, sweet and sour), Ayutthaya (creamy and coconut based), Creamy tom yum and Sweet Kueh chap. You can choose between beef or chicken and springy noodle (maggie mee like) or rice noodle (i prefer this). Thai iced tea was good too. Two outlets- Changi city point and Bugis Junction #boatnoodlesg

Halal certified! Boat noodle at $1.50 per bowl. 4 Broths - Pathumthani (i prefer this- dark soy sauce based, sweet and sour), Ayutthaya (creamy and coconut based), Creamy tom yum and Sweet Kueh chap. You can choose between beef or chicken and springy noodle (maggie mee like) or rice noodle (i prefer this). Thai iced tea was good too. Two outlets- Changi city point and Bugis Junction

Boat noodle at $1.50 per bowl. 4 Broths - Pathumthani (i prefer this- dark soy sauce based, sweet and sour), Ayutthaya (creamy and coconut based), Creamy tom yum and Sweet Kueh chap. You can choose between beef or chicken and springy noodle (maggie mee like) or rice noodle (i prefer this). Thai iced tea was good too. Two outlets- Changi city point and Bugis Junction #boatnoodlesg

Chilled pack of thirst quenching drink.
酸梅汤 : smoked plum juice.
Shiok!

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Can never go wrong with the rich, chocolatey, decadent sticky chewy chocolate! So sinful but soooo good!!!

This was once a happy discovery from Grabfood. We had been exercising a wee bit of self control on not ordering it every week because it isn’t the healthiest of choice. Now I have one more reason to not order it and get my lazy ass out because.. the price of convenience is almost double😂.

Prices start at $4 if you’re eating at the food court, and I think it’s pretty worth the satisfaction. The fried chicken thigh ($5.50) is incredibly crispy and fragrance from the spices with tumeric and a distinct lemongrass flavour, while the insides were tender and juicy! And the rice - we prefer the nasi dagang for its texture, but the steam rice is equally good because it’s so fluffy and lemak.

For sides, our go-to is the Sambal Assam Sotong ($3) which usually tastes very fresh with a good bite (this round seemed to be an off day or perhaps I was a little late for dinner, as it was slightly more rubbery but it’s the first time it happened). It isn’t too spicy (may be disappointing for those who’re looking for more heat), with the addition of pineapples for sweetness. The other would be their curry mutton ($3) which are just tender cubes of delishness, and it’s not too gamey.

The mildly sour yet refreshing achar helps to cut through the richness of the dish, and the sambal balacan really packs a punch. Ambitiously mixed it with my rice and I’ve never, purposely, added it again😂 But spicy-lovers should like this!

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