Treats & Sweets!

Swensen’s for a treat!

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So we had this last month, yep, on March 2015. I can’t remember what is the name to this dessert? Lol, but I gotta give this a 5/5 rating. Its just super duper nice for caramel lovers, banana’s lovers and chocolate chip lovers!

So we had this dessert at ION Orchard Swensen’s with my usual food buddy, Nur Susu! And a big thank you to her sister and also “Happy belated birthday!”

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The Chicken Rice Shop

Most Asian’s love “Chicken Rice”, whether the chicken are roasted or steamed. For me, I still prefer the steamed chicken (and the chicken skin must always be intact to it, unlike some food stall they will always remove the chicken skin to cut the fat out, gosh, chicken skin are my favorite, how can they do that), due to the juiciness that they have in it. Yummy! Not to forget the chili paste sauce that are brought together to create the combinations spicy taste!

So me and my buddy had this last year, no special occasion just a meet up after a centuries for not meeting up with each other.

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The Chicken Rice Shop located at Causeway Point. Yummy!

Spize – Fish and Chips

This was taken last year, so me and my husband decided to have our lunch at “Spize” which are located at “Simpang Bedok”. And I decided to choose “Fish and Chips’ from the menu. So here it goes, Fish and Chips from Spize’s. I would rate this 6/10 as I think they could improvised the Fish and Chips menu to add some mashed potatoes, more vege’s for vege’s lovers like me. Fish and Chips isn’t just about fried fillet fish and fries, maybe in the future if they could customized their own future version of “Fish and Chips”, then it would be good! ^^

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Fried fish fillet, some coleslaw, some fries and dipping sauce!

Indian Fried Noodles

Indian cuisine have always been my favorite, but I don’t really like kway teow that much, as I’m not really a noodle’s fan. Second best cuisine that I had in school during break few months ago, “Fried Kway Teow”.

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Indian Cuisine, Kway Teow Goreng and trust me it’s my school food! ^^ Credited to me, hee!