Usually I don’t write twice about a place but because of the upcoming Chinese New Year, and since I’m gonna miss it in my home country Singapore, I’ve decided to write about traditional new year cakes eaten in HK and some can be found in Singapore as well.
I was served a big slice each of each cake for me to try at the shop at Lok Ma Chau MTR Station and I dug in! 🙂
Rating: 4.5/5. Service is tops!
Taste: Overall pretty good! Love the use of ingredients and loads of it. Of course the prices comes with it as well. 😉
Price: They sell in slabs. HKD$65 for all except the Mango Dessert which cost HKD$85 or soemthing like that. Other than the bpx……..xzXC
RTE: Only good for CNY period so I bought 3 slabs of yam and carrot ones for personal consumption. 🙂
This is my first vegetarian stall review. Not exactly a restaurant but more of a coffeeshop. Came across this place while looking for breakfast one of the mornings when I was back in Singapore recently. Quietly tucked in between very old HDB blocks of Upper Aljunied Road, I don’t think anyone would have spotted this place if they don’t live or work around there. So I parked my car in front of the place and checked out the place with my mummy.
Taste: Quite good considering the fact that it’s non meat. Don’t order the coffee though… quite bad.
Price: As stated.
Location: Blk 4 Upper Aljunied Lane #01-22, Singapore 360004. Opens from Mon-Sat 7.30am to 8.30pm. Close on Sundays, except 1st & 15th day of the Lunar Month.
Was driving around Geylang area on Sun with my mum to look for the acupuncturist her friend was recommending and we decided to have Bak Kut Teh (Pork Ribs Soup) for lunch. So I drove to this pretty good Bak Kut Teh place which not many people know, so maybe I thought I should feature them here.
The coffeeshop is located at the end of Lor 27 Geylang, on the left side. Right side is the famous You Tiao Wang place. Manage to find a parking lot near the coffeeshop (which is rare) and so mummy and I sat down to order a bowl of soup each. We were asked if we wanna order a side dish of Braised Pork Leg as well, so I told the man I only want lean ones. And we ordered yam rice as well to go with the soup. The food came and to our surprise, the soup was fish soup and not pork ribs! Then I realised that the pork ribs stall only opens at 5pm… AARRRRGGGHHHHH… but after peering into the bowl of fish soup, it looks really tasty so we didn’t mind hehe…
Taste: Batang fish is very fresh and not fishy smell, soup is boiled from fish bones, very nice. Pork leg and yam rice rounds up a very satisfying lunch outing. Really a must-try!
Portion: Adequate for all items
Price: Fish soup $4.00. Yam rice $1.00. Braised Pork Leg $5.00. Plain rice $0.50.
RTE (Return To Eat): Confirm + Chop + Sign + Seal with a kiss
Location: End of Lorong 27A Geylang. Try to find parking before you reach the end. If not then try either Lor 27 or Lor 29 and the cut through the back alleys.
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