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Came back to this 892C Coffeeshop. This time, I didn’t get the Zha Jiang Mian and dumplings but instead got myself this 3-meat set lunch of Char Siew, Siew Yuk and Siew Ngarp (叉燒, 燒肉, and 燒鴨). The set lunch also came with a plate of Yao Choy (油菜). All this for $6.90. Cheap or not...??

$8.5 for this bowl of goodness. $6.5 is the cheapest option. $0.5 for rice. thumbs up for the soup and minced meat. Always consistently good 👍🏻

Molten Chocolate Lava Cake with paddle pop, Thai milk tea and Vanilla ice cream 🍨
Mighty Milkshakes - Classic Vanilla, Double Chocolate 🍫, Strawberry Gem 🍓, Caramel Popcorn 🍿 , Cookie Rush 🍪 & Snickerhead
Have a good weekend everyone! <3
Once again thanks to @citrusbythepool for the warm hospitality and invitation!

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I waited for 50 minutes for this burger before I was served with it. This is called Da Burger Bomb - Peppered Teriyaki Chicken, cheese, sliced tomato, lettuce, an overdone sunny side up egg cos the edges of the egg were crispy - and I thought I bit into eggshells but was actually those burnt crispy bits on the side - anyway, all these sandwiched between a sesame seed bun.
Unfortunately, Da Burger Bomb did not cause a big explosion in my mouth - the thing that did explode was my patience... I had little patience left cos I reminded the staff to check on my order - TWICE - and still no lunch.
And as much as I appreciated it - I thought they went overboard with their service recovery efforts - gave me and my colleague a single scoop of chocolate chip ice cream each - which was actually very nice - and a 20% discount voucher... and when we were done with their freebies and was about to leave - we were served a Molten Chocolate Lava Cake. OK, OK... I get it... you feel really, really terrible over the poor service - you’re forgiven - just don’t give us any more food...!!

Citrus By The Pool introduces more than 20 new dishes, drinks and desserts to its menu. Expect more side dishes, burgers, milkshakes and desserts.
BIG Boss Burger (Double Patty) Beef & Mutton ($17.90) 🍔
This burger brings a local twist to the conventional burger by using satay sauce for that explosion of flavors at the first bite. Idk about you but this is the first time i have heard of anyone combining the best flavors of beef and mutton in 1 patty leh. Accompanied with crispy fried onions, sliced tomato, cucumber and crisp lettuce and purple cabbage slaw. Served with a basket of Cajun fries. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Catch of the Day: 🐟
Pan-seared salmon served with seasonal vegetables, mashed potatoes and cream sauce. A well-cooked pan-seared salmon should have crispy skin but retains its tender flesh and this is exactly what was served. Seasonal vegetables includes sweet potatoes, corn, mushrooms, broccoli and cherry tomatoes.
Cajun Lamb Rack 🐑
Pan-fried lamb rack seasoned with cajun spices, served with seasonal vegetables, and mashed potatoes, topped with their homemade brown sauce. There is no smell of old sheep's meat and it's probably because of their marinade. Scrumptious dinner! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Stay tuned for more posts~
Thanks to Dawn from @citrusbythepool for the invited tasting!
Check out their https://bit.ly/2OgMYwE for their current promotions and https://bit.ly/2T2eKC6 for their menu.


👍: the sauce which goes really well with the rice. Not too salty too! The pork portion is just nice for an entire bowl of rice. And it’s soft and tender and apparently it’s a family passed down recipe. 👎: the scallion didnt really blend into the taste. #burpple #pigstrotter

Lian Xiang Shu Shi always attract queue during peak hour for their famous fried mee.

Their prawn noodle served in much wet version, which pretty well cooked.


Taste: Traditional Dry You Mian. Super like this bowl of dry you mian. Generous portion of minced pork, fried shallots, ikan bilis and mushroom. It comes with 2 meatballs and some cabbage too. It is really flavourful and palatable.

Atmosphere: Very spacious hawker centre with lots of empty seating and very high ceiling. They are encouraging everyone to return trays after eating.

Service: Self service at this hawker. Staff was friendly and serve us well.

Price: $3.50

Where to find this place: Marsiling Mall. Store name: Hao Jia Ban Mian, located at the back of the hawker centre.

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okinawa milk tea and mixed berry with aiyu jelly. The okinawa milk tea was surprisingly good in terms of taste. mixed berry is on the sour side. only $1 with grabfood $1 deal!!!

Imagine trying to bite the patty while it’s falling out of the buns? Also they’re not shaped the same size as the round buns.

That apart, the patty was served piping hot and drizzled with a tart, takoyaki-like sauce. The lettuce 🥬 was super fresh and made the entire burger really refreshing. Squeeze the fresh lemon to get even more refreshing kick. 8/10, 2 missing points for the lack of a bite-friendly patty.

Had this Mixed Sauce Noodle (炸酱面) with some steamed dumplings from this Si Chuan Stall (四川名小吃) at this newly renovated 892C coffeeshop along Woodlands Avenue 2.
The portion of this “Chinese Spaghetti” was huge - could have shared this - noodles smothered in minced pork sauce cooked with Chinese black bean sauce with what looks like diced hard tofu, and topped with shredded cucumber - was refreshing and deliciously filling.
But the highlight of the meal was the dumplings - not just mine - but the fried gyoza, dumplings in Red oil, Xiao Long Bao and Boiled Dumplings that my colleagues also ordered to share...!! Not the best - and definitely cannot compare to those from Din Tai Fung or Crystal Jade - but decent and very reasonably priced...!!

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