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Milo is my secret guilty pleasure. I can remember days queuing for at the milo van to fill our bottles full of iced milo.

Liang Liang Garden has a rather interesting dessert with milo. I'm sure most of us are familiar with milo dinosaur, a drink which involves heaps of milo powder on top of a thick cup of iced milo. Liang Liang recreates this over a bowl of iced kachang.

I am not a big fan of this tbh as the milo powder coagulates and becomes lumpy when the shaved ice melts. It doesn't really go well with the ingredients of an ice kachang as well.

Perhaps a better option would have been to use milo to flavour the shaved ice and dust the powder sparingly on top.

I have been craving a good bowl of noodles for quite some time and managed to satisfy it at a quiet non-descript stall at Tiong Bahru Market.

Hui Ji is one of those interesting stalls which serves both fishball noodles and yong tau foo. But fret not because it usually comes with the best of both worlds. My $4 bowl of fishball noodles comes with big bouncy fishballs and various yong tau foo ingredients.

The star of the show however was their noodles. They are cooked perfectly al dente and coated with chilli, lard, vinegar and soy sauce. Though I must admit though that it was kinda a miss when I returned two weeks later.

If you are hankering for a good and value for money bowl of noodles, do check out Hui Ji!

Lee Hong Kee is one of the stalls at Tiong Bahru Market which attracts a long queue no matter what time you go. I managed to get some of their freshly made sio yok during my recent visit.

It's hard to resist sio yok when it comes hung on the rack fresh out of the oven. The golden brown crackling and the alluring aroma just makes me sallivate.

Their char siew is decent but I really enjoyed the super crispy crackling on their sio yok.

Ba Leaf Fish Head - The crimson red snapper came adorned with lady fingers, tomatoes, onions and a generous amount of tomato-based assam sauce. 

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We managed to catch their char siew this time. Overall nothing to complain. Their sauce is the killer.

Must come at the right time to get this Putu Ayu before it's sold out.
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Location: Tiong Bahru Galicier Pastry, Blk 55, Blk 55 Tiong Bahru Rd, #01-39, 160055
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very delicious! must try during cny. the sauce is very nicely blended

One of my most trusty dessert stalls.

Lightly sweetened with tender bean.

Prices are extremely reasonable and service is friendly always !

Very tasty fried carrot cake. Call me “suai gu” but I have not eaten such flavourful carrot cake before. It’s really 忘不了!! Can’t eat other carrot cake after this.

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