Mustafa: Real Cadbury Chocolate from the UK & Other Snacks

Besides the Value store, Mustafa in Little India is another place where you can get real Cadbury (and by that I mean the Cadbury from the UK which is so much more superior in terms of taste). I wonder how come it sells for so cheap. I guess perhaps these are older stock? I’m not sure.

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Scrutinizing the expiry dates.

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Not very much variety though. I was hoping to see Turkish Delight or more of the exotic flavours, although I do like milk chocolate with nuts.

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In another section I saw more cadbury. Just smaller bars of the plain milkones. The arrangement is a bit haphazard at Mustafa. You just need to browse and search.

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These butter cookies, imported from Denmark, were so much a part of my childhood. We got these as presents for birthdays as they were very expensive back then.

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I do love durian cake as well. The ones imported from Thailand taste better than the ones from Malaysia.

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12 Responses to Mustafa: Real Cadbury Chocolate from the UK & Other Snacks

  1. Laura says:

    Thanks for sharing this gem about the UK chocolate I really had no idea. I shall have to pay them a visit soon!

    • bookjunkie says:

      I will be on the lookout for more places with UK chocolate 🙂 What’s your fave snack in the UK that you just can’t get here? Just curious.

  2. Laura says:

    Well apart from my wrong assumption that you couldn’t get UK Cadburys chocloate over here. I guess there are a few crisp snacks that you don’t get here that I miss. They are really probably aimed towards children but are delicious, in particular Monster Munch especially the pickled onion flavour. Probably sounds yuck but they are yummy. As you might have guessed they are shaped a bit like monsters so are pretty cool. Also Frazzles which are a bacon flavoured crisp. I also love a particular chocolate biscuit called Penguins. They are similar to Tim Tams but in my opinion much better. Though my husband and I do disagree on this, he lived in Melbourne for four years and reckons Tim Tams beat Penguins. Trips home usually see me coming back armed with packets of these and the crisps. 🙂

  3. Crystal says:

    Our philosophy when it comes to life in Singapore is that “it’s got to be somewhere at Mustafa”

  4. 365days2play says:

    I think I ought to pay Mustafa a visit. Looks so interesting! Last I went was perhaps 10 years ago? I went around 12 midnight and it was damn crowded! Is it still?

  5. Lyle says:

    I have found a recently opened online store that sells British goods in Singapore….expatfoodhall.com. They deliver the same day too and seem to have a good variety so far..

  6. Rachael says:

    Thanks for the tip Lyle, I checked out expatfoodhall, and they have lots of variety, Cadburys chocolate and my favorite crisps here I come.

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