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Kacang pool ($4.80) I have never heard about Kacang pool until I saw and decided to try it out. This rarely seen dish, is a stew made of broad beans and mashed into a mushy texture. Over at Aiman Cafe’s Malayan Delights, the kacang pool consists of chunky mashed beans, fresh onion slices, fresh cut green chilis, and a sunny side up with a runny yolk slabbed in the middle. On first look, it was somewhat like the mee rebus gravy. Other than its spiciness, the kacang pool is actually a combination of sharp and nutty flavours. Fresh lime was also given, which thankfully toned down the pickiness of the onions and chilis. Served with toasted baguette, I enjoyed dipping the bread and having all the spicy, beany, eggy flavors with a rich mouthfeel all at a go, except that it was a little diluted.
Miss Ha
Nasi Goreng with Fried Egg ($5) One of my favourite places to get mamak style fried rice and noodles. Too bad they don't serve pratas, or else I'll be there all day everyday.
Halal Bee Hoon Mee Soto, comes with a yummy bedegil (fried potato patty) SGD 3.50 Nett. It's getting harder to find nice Mee Soto and that's why I must share this! It's not the best I've had, but close. . The spice and salt level are very rational. Even when I mixed in all the chilli given, the spiciness is at a level I think most can handle. True blue spicy lovers will have to ask for extra chilli though! . And other plus points for dining here are its large variety of choices (Western, Sandwiches, Fried goreng pisang, Traditional Malay, Chinese style, Indonesian, Rojak, Satay and English style Desserts) plus it's windy and clean environment! . Aiman Cafe @ Jurong East 235 Jurong East Street 21 #01-320 S600235
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