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Buongustaio Pasta.
Penne with Chicken, Mushroom, Onion in cream sauce.
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From Hainan XiaoChi, these Hainanese Kueh is handmade, filled with so much ingredients using traditional recipe.
Each selling at $1.20, really awesome!

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From Wang’s western, #01-23, this juicy tender pan grilled pork chop is $5.50 with baked beans, fries and coleslaw.
Simply tasty.

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I’ve always been a fan of Creamier’s waffles which i rate as one of the best i’ve tried in Singapore. The waffles here are so crispy, buttery & nice; and when paired together with the ice cream (they offer a good variety of flavours), it is just so delectable.

They are also one of the participating cafes on Burpple Beyond, and thus we got to enjoy one extra waffles with double scoop ice cream for free! ✌️

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Chicken Chop with Garlic Yogurt Sauce (comes with salad, side and soup of the day) - $6.80

Delicious tender chicken.

Location:
Blk 126
Toa Payoh Lorong 1
Singapore 310126

The texture of the noodles were just right but it lacked flavour and gravy. Brownie points for having big and peeled prawns. 🍤 #Burpple #toapayoh #foodfortoapayoh

to satisfy the craving! Nothing fantastic, except the rare option of having mee sua instead of bee hoon. Bloop! 🐟 #burpple #toapayoh #foodfortoapayoh

Since time immemorial people have fought; World War 1, World War 2, North Korea vs South Korea... some have concluded while others rage on till this very day. But there is one conflict that has stood the test of time, KOI vs Gong Cha.

Like many people out there in Singapore I take my bubble tea seriously and have been a die hard fan of Gong Cha since day 1. You could imagine the heartbreak when Gong Cha left the market some time last year. There was a milk tea void which couldn't be filled in me and though I occasionally dabbled in other franchises like Koi and LiHo, it just wasn't the same.

But Gong Cha is back in SG again and they are better than ever. Although the prices have increased for most drinks (20 cent increase minimum) it's still quite affordable where a normal medium milk tea costs about $2.80 where it previously was $2.60. My personal favourite is the Oolong Milk Tea at 30% sugar because it doesn't taste overly milky while still having some sweetness too it without it being overwhelming!

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Hiang Ji Roasted Meat & Noodle House is located at Toa Payoh's food alley. It is fairly popular during lunch time so I thought why not give it a try? Unfortunately, the prices are quite expensive and you can expect to pay $5 - $7 for a normal plate of Soya Sauce Chicken rice or noodles depending on whether you add meat.

I ordered the Soya Sauce Chicken noodles with added meat (which comes with complimentary soup) for a total of $7. It was quite pricey and the meat wasn't all that great. Although at first glance it may look like a lot of meat, they end up giving you slices with more bone than meat on it. Noodles were springy and the added chilli was flavorful which was a slight plus!

Their particular saving grace is their Chicken Rice Chilli which is extremely aromatic and zesty. The chilli itself isn't overly spicy and the extra sourness really enhances the flavour. Would come back just to eat the chilli again but everything else is really a miss for me, you can definitely get better chicken noodles at a cheaper price :(

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Hungry Wok Prawns.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/hungry-wok/

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Whether you prefer peanut or black sesame, here at Hougang Muah Chee, you can get half of each and these will all be devoured within minutes. Though this might seem like an easy-to-make snack, it is not that easy at all and in fact quite labour intensive if you observe the preparation process. Each ball of muah chee (made from glutinous rice) is pinched to proportionate size, dipped in a shallot oil mixture before being rolled into either the grounded peanut or black sesame. The balance of sweet and savoury is indeed an enjoyable treat. if you are around the area, do drop by and give these a try as I have heard that there will not be anyone taking over the stall once the original owners decide to call it a day. Additionally, the muah chee here is not the regular run-off-the-mill kind and hence, it might cost slightly more than what you would normally pay for if you get it elsewhere. However, the passion and hard work that goes into making these will more than make up for the price difference.
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Hougang Muah Chee
Address: 480, Toa Payoh North, HDB Hub Gourmet Paradise Food Court, Unit B1-01, Singapore 310480

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