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If you have been wanting to try out Beans Factory, they have now opened their FIRST Singapore outlet at 100AM mall at Tanjong Pagar area!

@beansfactory.singapore is a well-known dessert brand from Malaysia! I had wanted to check out their Mount Austin Outlet during my previous Johor Bahru trip actually, but didnt have time to squeeze it in to my itinerary! So happy to know that they are now in Singapore!

Featured here are the following dessert items:
-Taro Family Tau Fu Fah ($8.90): This bowl comes with mini taro balls, taro balls and taro paste too! This is a must get for all taro lovers! Their signature is the TAU FU FAH which is freshly made everyday. Their tau fu fah reminds me of soy pudding! Very smooth and silky, quite different from tauhuey texture! Add the sugar syrup based on your choice of sweetness! The taro balls were also chewy good!

-Honey Lemon Aiyu with Mango and Taro ball ($8.90): If you are craving something sweet and sour instead, check out their Honey Lemon Aiyu Series! The aiyu jelly was smooth and large portions of mangoes were given! This has chewy nata de coco too!

There is a wide variety of menu item choices here! You can also customise your own bowl under the Mix and Match menu category! You can pick the base, topping and sugar base!

Their serving portion here is HUGE, so come with more friends to share more dessert bowls together!

⁣🚨DEAL ALERT: They are having an ongoing CNY promo from now till 5 Feb 2023! Spend min $18 to get 10% off your total bill!

Check them out at 100 AM Mall #01-13A now!

Ordered this decent tomato beef noodle via Eatigo 40%. Quite worth it and spend a total of $28.85 for 2 mains & 2 sides

Ordered this decent tomato beef noodle via Eatigo 40%. Quite worth it and spend a total of $28.85 for 2 mains & 2 sides

Located in a quiet corner of Tanjong Pagar, Urban Corner serves up no frills western food. The burpple beyond set comes with a chicken main with bratwurst, a fish main with prawn aglio olio, and 2 bowls of mushroom soup all for $22. The portions were huge and if you are looking for some no-frills western food, this is one place to consider.

The Chicken chop itself was tender and not overly salted. Bratwurst was juicy and tasted pretty standard. Fries were creamy on the inside and crispy outside.

The Fish Fillet itself was quite meaty and perhaps the only problem was that the batter was abit too hard. Prawn aglio olio was pretty standard and not bad.

Service was attentive. Definitely above than average food and is quite worth it with the burpple beyond set!

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Saw many posted about @beansfactory.singapore when they went to Malaysia JB (esp the Mount Austin outlet), and having not had it before, I was pretty excited to find out they opened a new outlet in Singapore - Tanjong Pagar 100AM Mall!

Black Sesame Shaved Ice (Mix and match) ($10.60)
They have default combinations to pick from, or you can choose to mix and match to build your own bowls! Decided to build my own bowl so that I could try both their black sesame and taro, so this was my flavour combination - Black Sesame Shaved Ice ($6.90), Handmade Taro Paste ($2.50), Taro Balls (3pcs $1.20)

Black sesame was evident, altho a little too milky as I personally prefer v gao and thick black ssm flavours. The taro balls were a pleasant surprise - they aren't only colouring, each flavour was really distinct - i.e. you can taste Matcha in the green ball, and the sweet potato was also strong in the orange one! 🀀 Taro paste sadly got overpowered, so it might be better to pair this with their lighter Tau Fu Fah instead!

Wouldn't mind going back for their other desserts tho, and especially the chewy taro balls!!

Overall Rating: 7.5/10

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New Tsukune Rice Burger ($4.40)
taste like grilled beef vibes but it's quite nice tbh even though it's grilled chicken burger

Teriyaki Mayo Fries ($4) (pic 1)

a lot of sauces on the fries for me and my sister and i think they should be putting on the tub instead. they put too much sauces alr and it's quite overwhelming lol.

Mussels Nuggets (regular - $4.30)
it's quite overcooked for the outer filling tbh and i think they cooked but reheat for serving lol. but it's quite juicy on inner filling :)

Is not easy to find authentic Jjajangmyeon in Singapore and I recently discover @gokjjajang_sg ,a Korean Chinese Jjajangmyeon specialty restaurant who is also the sister restaurant of @gokbbq_sg
While naturally the star dish of GO K Jja Jang Myun, their signature Jjajangmyeon, takes centre stage, you can also find mouthwateringly non-typical selection of Korean food here. Something unique for a change.
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Cream Joong Ha Sae Woo (Fried Prawn with Cream Sauce)
The prawns are huge, fresh and juicy despite being fried and the sauce is wonderfully creamy yet not to the point of jelat and is very flavourful!!! Absolutely heavenly delicious and tantalising. One of my favourite dish of the day.
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Is not easy to find authentic Jjajangmyeon in Singapore and I recently discover @gokjjajang_sg ,a Korean Chinese Jjajangmyeon specialty restaurant who is also the sister restaurant of @gokbbq_sg
While naturally the star dish of GO K Jja Jang Myun, their signature Jjajangmyeon, takes centre stage, you can also find mouthwateringly non-typical selection of Korean food here. Something unique for a change.
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I tried,

Kkan Pung Gi (Deep-Fried Chicken with Hot Pepper Sauce)
Nothing better than crispy deep fried chicken in a spicy sticky, sweet sauce. Fried perfectly crisp but not greasy. Sauce is so flavourful A very fusion amalgamation of flavours. Absolutely delicious.
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Is not easy to find authentic Jjajangmyeon in Singapore and I recently discover @gokjjajang_sg ,a Korean Chinese Jjajangmyeon specialty restaurant who is also the sister restaurant of @gokbbq_sg
While naturally the star dish of GO K Jja Jang Myun, their signature Jjajangmyeon, takes centre stage, you can also find mouthwateringly non-typical selection of Korean food here. Something unique for a change.
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Dong Pa Yuk (Steamed Pork Belly with Oyster Sauce)
Flavoursome, succulent with the fats give the pork that melt-in-your-mouth tender texture minus the greasiness that makes me go Mmm!! Eat with the vegetable that cut through the fatty pork, so heavenly.