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Feeling less than satisfied for Mother’s Day dinner we thankfully found ourselves at Little Farms for dessert and small bites.
Another cake for Mother’s Day was the Pistachio Rose and because mum wanted something moreish she ordered the Beer Battered Smokey Paprika Cauliflower. The cake was faultless and I’d say on a crowded Saturday evening both items were good to have over conversations in a beautifully furnished space overlooking a street of the Joo Chiat enclave (we sat at the window seats).

Thought I could make a safe bet with this place since mum and I visited the Beach Road branch twice; but I forgot that this w was a few years ago (way before COVID). Sadly the yakitoris were less impressive as we’ve remembered it to be and my fresh water baby crab snack had shockingly shrunk in portion for the same price. Is this an exemplification of inflation?

I got 2 cold brews (hazelnut & vanilla), the hazelnut donut and the blueberry donut. I loveeeeeee both donuts, so good and full of fillings! The drinks were wonderful as well. Paid $6.70 for this, would come back again. Thank you for accepting deals on exclusion days!

Matcha Hojicha Latte Ice Blend $7 | Goma Slice $8.90

Quite a bit of ingredients stuffed in here and flavour was decent. Bread was a pity though, as it could have been a lot more crusty. Was not too bad a portion for its price. Definitely better to have this fresh.

📍Ba 8
Happy Hawkers
Blk 632 Bukit Batok Central #01-134
Singapore 650632

Was disappointed with this cause we thought it would be the type of cheong fun with the ingredients wrapped in, like what they had in their menu’s photo, and what we had in Vietnam. It was rolls of cheong fun with slices of ham and meat, vegetables and a sweet sauce that had a slight tang. Flavour was just average unfortunately ☹️

📍Ba 8
Happy Hawkers
Blk 632 Bukit Batok Central #01-134
Singapore 650632

Truth be told, I have never tried Sarawak Laksa before, until my 2 Teachers from Sarawak recommended this one by Tasty Sarawak Kolo Mee which happened to be a stone’s throw away from my house. Surely, it has to be authentic since it has been validated and seems like it’s the closest to what they get back home of all those they have tried in Singapore.

Not to discuss authenticity for us, but more of finding out how Sarawak laksa tastes like and how different it is from its Penang counterpart. Surprisingly, it wasn’t as spicy as I thought although the red broth appeared fiery. In fact, it exuded aroma of a complex spice blend which could well contain turmeric. Lip-smacking even if it wasn’t the thick, creamy consistency that we are familiar with. The thin Beehoon used here reminded of a firm texture somewhat like the 过桥米线, which goes pretty well with the broth. Some side toppings such as prawns and shredded omelette that characterise this dish can also be spotted. Happy to hear from more Sarawakians if this is comforting to satisfy any cravings for a taste of home!