Have been tapaoing from here since COVID started in March 2020. We’ve tried almost more than 20 of their dishes and finally now, we get to try their Curry Fish Head. Let’s just sum this up, this is THE PLACE for our Curry Fish Head fix from now onwards!
Check out my reviews in the video below and let my video do the talking:
Taste: 🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳 Portion: 🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳 Service: 🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳 Price: $30. A tad expensive but it’s Red Snapper head and very fresh. Ambience: Coffeeshop RTE: Yes! Our go to place for Curry Fish Head now!
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Tried many Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodles in Singapore and this is definitely one of the best in my humble opinion. Tried a couple of times to be sure so far never failed my cravings.
What I like about this stall is that the broth was really on point. Rich and umami-filled. Plus the generous use of eggs, fry till fragrant then add stock in to simmer to a rich milky base. Yums when the noodles are soaked into it! Not forgetting the seasoned crispy lard and the super spicy chilli sauce. All blend very well with the noodles.
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Taste: 🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳 Portion: 🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳 Service: 🍳🍳🍳🍳 (Comms can improve and lady taking orders can be quite fierce but she’s ok one if you’re a regular.) Price: $4, $6 or $8. Tapao $6 and it was huge packet! Ambience: Hawker Centre RTE: At least once a week!
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I was here with a friend to check out the unique interior of this cafe and this is an area not known to many as it’s out of the city. Tourists will not come to this place. After reading about this cafe, I made the effort to check it out. It’s actually quite near my place via public bus.
Ambience is nice and relaxing. Great place to catch up with friends. Cakes are good but the coffee is very bad. They seriously need to ramp up their coffee preparation skills. They have other hot meals as well but we didn’t try as dinner was approaching. You can see my reviews in the video below:
Ok I know they could be around for a long time already but I’m base overseas so this is new to me haha…
First time trying the lava cake and I must say it’s pretty darn good! Not so sweet as well and very rich dark chocolate which I love. I heard the chocolate cakes are pretty good too which I will try the next time when I’m back in Singapore. Check out the vid below.
Alright folks, firstly I would like to thank y’all for your great support that this blogsite has hit more than 70k unique hits already. Awesome job guys! Secondly, I would like to apologize for not updating this site, reason is I’ve been bogged down by my move from Suzhou to Shenzhen. And immediately after my arrival, I got into work mode already and been busy till even today. I’m squeezing some time over weekends to update now and I have so much backlogs not just in Shenzhen but also my trip to Xiamen! I’m telling you, the food there… I really need to go again. This time I may organize a group of foodies to check out the place together. 🙂
Anyways, I would like to start with a place which I’ve checked out not too long ago. This is a famous coffee chain which is franchised from Korea, with more than 200 stores worldwide! Of course I didn’t know about this place ‘cos I’ve never been to Korea. But I found out the first store was opened in July 2012 in Shenzhen. So far they have 4 outlets in whole of Shenzhen! Check out my reviews below:
Rating: 4/5. Extra points for ambience and service. Not so much for coffee and food though.
Taste: For those who like sweet stuff, you may like it here but nothing very special ‘cos all the sauces used are all readily available from supermarket.
Service: I must say service is pretty good. Don’t like the self-collection part though (even for food).
Ambience: Very good. But during summer the aircon may not be cool enough ‘cos of the high ceiling.
Price: The 2 entrees above with 2 grande lattes costed around RMB$130+. Pretty alright.
RTE: I wouldn’t return to eat but it’s a nice place to hang out and of course, eye candy! 😉
Location:罗湖区宝安南路1881号万象城. It’s hidden around a corner so you may wanna ask the security guard from the mall (That’s how I found it too!) They would bring you to the road and show you which way to walk! Talk about good service yo!
From the name you know it’s somewhat related to Singapore cuisine. This place took over the previous Lau Pa Sak restaurant and started not too long ago. I was there to have some Singapore food but realized they changed hands. Nevertheless, it’s still Singapore food! But isn’t 东海岸 known as East Coast Park? Hmmm…
Taste: Pretty close to home and love the fish!
Portion: Above average.
Service: Not enthusiastic. Must remind them to top up water even though I placed the empty cup beside the aisle.
Ambience: Comfy and you won’t come out smelling like what you ate.
Price: RMB93 in total. Around S$19.50.
RTE: I’ll probably would if I’m in Shanghai again! Haven’t try all their extensive menu offerings!