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1st page!

 

 

1 dollar? So cheap?

Where got so good deal.

ya doc... unbelievable right?

 

$1 for dory fish and chips plus a can of drink delivered to doorstep

 

charge to certain credit cards can even get additional cash rebates

 

 

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This batch is good and cheap. The skin is very thin (shy :XD:). So, when peeling, can't cut too deep (like ipoh ones)! The bigger pink ones are very good too!

 

i'm really not a fan of pomelo.

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Finally a new thread...

FYI, there's a good Jap place, recently opened:

http://kanpai.com.sg/

 

Good food and service too...

How did they glue the squid to the ceiling?
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Heng ahhh...At least still in 2nd page.. update later

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Today, go up mountain and visit QingJing sheep farm. Next to the farm is a small pasar malam of hawker stalls. Simi mountain chicken and mountain pig and bamboo rice, all bo ho jiak. Chicken meat so tough and dry. Porky not tasty. Bamboo rice is just like sticky rice.

 

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Dinner settle at the Hualien hotel. Fried rice, no wok hei, a bit wet. 

 

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@Jman888 no, did not try the mochi. Never liked it saw it but skipped it. There were quite a few stalls selling. 

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Dinner settle at the Hualien hotel. Fried rice, no wok hei, a bit wet.

 

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@Jman888 no, did not try the mochi. Never liked it saw it but skipped it. There were quite a few stalls selling.

their fried rice add bamboo shoots that's why quite wet and taste funny. My first meal in my first trip to Taiwan in 1998 was the fried rice and I swear not to eat that anymore.

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Today, go up mountain and visit QingJing sheep farm. Next to the farm is a small pasar malam of hawker stalls. Simi mountain chicken and mountain pig and bamboo rice, all bo ho jiak. Chicken meat so tough and dry. Porky not tasty. Bamboo rice is just like sticky rice.

 

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Dinner settle at the Hualien hotel. Fried rice, no wok hei, a bit wet.

 

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@Jman888 no, did not try the mochi. Never liked it saw it but skipped it. There were quite a few stalls selling.

Because are at a tourist attraction. At any tourist attractions the food always not good one, plus more expensive.

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Finally a new thread... 

FYI, there's a good Jap place, recently opened:

http://kanpai.com.sg/

 

Good food and service too...

It's the silly attachment function...

Now you can call it a pot sticker..

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Today, go up mountain and visit QingJing sheep farm. Next to the farm is a small pasar malam of hawker stalls. Simi mountain chicken and mountain pig and bamboo rice, all bo ho jiak. Chicken meat so tough and dry. Porky not tasty. Bamboo rice is just like sticky rice.

 

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Dinner settle at the Hualien hotel. Fried rice, no wok hei, a bit wet.

 

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@Jman888 no, did not try the mochi. Never liked it saw it but skipped it. There were quite a few stalls selling.

竹饭 is just glutinous rice steamed in bamboo. Not my thing also.

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Buddy hoggies at simei.

 

Medium rare and steak at char grill really no where near.

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Today, go up mountain and visit QingJing sheep farm. Next to the farm is a small pasar malam of hawker stalls. Simi mountain chicken and mountain pig and bamboo rice, all bo ho jiak. Chicken meat so tough and dry. Porky not tasty. Bamboo rice is just like sticky rice.

 

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Dinner settle at the Hualien hotel. Fried rice, no wok hei, a bit wet. 

 

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@Jman888 no, did not try the mochi. Never liked it saw it but skipped it. There were quite a few stalls selling. 

i really think these village food taste are like that. Kenna hype by those  food shows as 原味 or 古早味. 

 

Went back hainan island and taste their wen chiang chicken,  not to our liking, but that's the true 古早味.  [laugh] 

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One of the best Kway Zap best on my taste bud

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Nasi Padang from Warung Nasi Pariaman at 738 North Bridge Road

This place famous for Ayam Bakar but I dont understand why Ayam Bakar got gravy one, thought it would be BBQ chicken since it’s supposed to be bakar. Anyway taste is ok but I’m surprised this place charges GST for their food!

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good offer again ... stock up

 

need to maintain my 165kg hot bod

 

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Lunch at NUS canteen.

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Nasi Padang from Warung Nasi Pariaman at 738 North Bridge Road

This place famous for Ayam Bakar but I dont understand why Ayam Bakar got gravy one, thought it would be BBQ chicken since it’s supposed to be bakar. Anyway taste is ok but I’m surprised this place charges GST for their food!

 

I concur. I thought that looks more like ayam kurma lol. Ayam bakar doesnt have gravy

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First contribution to part 6.

 

628 amk fc dabao for lunch...

 

All not bad.

Nasi Padang from Warung Nasi Pariaman at 738 North Bridge Road

This place famous for Ayam Bakar but I dont understand why Ayam Bakar got gravy one, thought it would be BBQ chicken since itâs supposed to be bakar. Anyway taste is ok but Iâm surprised this place charges GST for their food!

I've not eaten there. But saw it featured in some local documentary called food empires.

good offer again ... stock up

 

need to maintain my 165kg hot bod

 

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You need to buy 4 to get the free yogurt right

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I concur. I thought that looks more like ayam kurma lol. Ayam bakar doesnt have gravy

There is another stall opposite called Sabar Menanti which also sells Ayam Bakar in this manner. Apparently it’s their speciality as well. Trouble is their gravy is not warm though it’s tasty.

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First contribution to part 6.

 

628 amk fc dabao for lunch...

 

All not bad.

I've not eaten there. But saw it featured in some local documentary called food empires.

You need to buy 4 to get the free yogurt right

wah doc... you shop same place as me ah?

 

ya promo price for 2 pints, buy 4 get 1 pint yoghurt free and receipt above $15 can claim free scoop at hd cafes

 

 

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I've not eaten there. But saw it featured in some local documentary called food empires.

 

This stall was featured in previous Sunday ST as a top 5 old school eateries by the food critic Wong Ah Yoke.
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This stall was featured in previous Sunday ST as a top 5 old school eateries by the food critic Wong Ah Yoke.

It has a long history. Haha hence it can charge gst lol
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