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Outside People’s Park Complex: Authentic Snacks from China

If I was not already so full from the Sichuan noodles I would have had these snacks which are really good. I especially like the pancake filled with minced pork and really spicy chilli oil.  You can spot the long … Continue reading

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Chinese New Year at Johor Bahru (JB) Malaysia

I was impressed by the decorations at City Square JB. Especially the huge zodiac installation with paper cutting illustrations of the animals. I find the traditional paper cutting depictions the most pretty. I’m sure many Singaporeans come here to buy … Continue reading

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Yummy Cheap Meals at JB Coffeeshop

I absolutely love this coffeeshop in JB which is pretty near City Square. It’s actually two coffeeshops but they are side by side. I’m not sure of the road name or how to get here but B knows it by … Continue reading

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Tiong Bahru Pau at Toa Payoh: Yummy Snack

Sometimes the queues are justified and this one moves fast. I always get one char siew and one tau sar pau. Pretty mini sized so not too heavy. The filling is really nice and is what makes this place famous. … Continue reading

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Changi Airport Terminal 3: Shanghai Style Souffle Balls

These egg white souffle balls stuffed with red bean and banana at Crystal Jade Shanghai are so divine. With the the dusting of icing sugar it’s just perfection. It’s a bit oily though being deep fried and all. I wish … Continue reading

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Hokee Chicken Pau

I’ve recently discovered that Chicken Pau (steamed bun with stuffing) is really tasty when my cousin R bought us some. Yes, it’s only a recent discovery as I usually only have Char Siew (BBQ Pork) or Tau Sar (Red Bean … Continue reading

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