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Yuzu Raspberry ($9)

Cottony-soft cake and an absolute dream, that barely survived my ride home. This is one cake that deserves full attention so the next time I would definitely head down and eat them on the spot, with their tea pairing.
Light fluffy sponge, yuzu meringue mousse, raspberry white chocolate (Which I usually shy away from but this was pretty subtle), with raspberry. The flavours were well-balanced, not overly sweet, and tangy, and we loved how delightfully refreshing this was!

Le Omm 🍰

Tried Le Omm, not very strong matcha flavour but is alright for me (im not a big fan of matcha anyway). The cream is light so I can finish the whole piece after dinner.

Torafugu

2 munchies: Recognised as the highest grade of fugu, the thinly sliced torafugu (also known as tiger puffer fish) featured here is loaded with collagen and protein. With a tougher body form, I wasn't a fan of the fish's overly chewy texture, though. The sashimi itself was also tasteless – thankfully it was paired with Chef Tomita's special ponzu soy sauce that had a wonderful mix of zing, tart, and savoury flavours. #doyoufugu

Sor Hei ($3.20).

A delightful black and white Danish pastry that was lightly crisp on the outside and oozing chocolate on the inside. Named after a traditional combing up ceremony for ma jies, the bakery serves up interesting baked goods with a tinge of Singaporean flavour and character. .
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θšη…Ž Fried Oyster Omelette

This is undoubtedly the best oyster omelette you can get from our hawkers. The εˆθ¨˜θšη…Žθšθ›‹ at stall number 73 of Newton Hawker Centre just gets more and more popular. Waiting time is a minimum of 30 minutes. After you have wolfed down your 松記 fishball kway teow and ice kachang, your omelette may still not be ready. However, it's still all worth the wait, the patience of its loyal customers, despite the many other stalls selling oyster omelette at Newton, is testiment that Hup Kee's a few notches above the rest. Using fresh and plump oyster is key. It brings out so much of the flavours. I can't think of any other oyster omelette at hawker stalls that even come close. A plate of small order at $6 comes with more than a dozen of oysters. Next generous amount of eggs are used. Many oyster omelette uses too much of the tapioca starch which ends up as a gooey mash especially when the frying is over done. Hup Kee's oil used its just nice. You can see it from my picture that there is no excess oil on the plate. Last but not least the tangy chili sauce that comes with the omelette is "home modified", what I came to know from the boss after "Olo-ing" about how fantastic is his omelette compared to others.