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snacc 🥠

Featuring MuYoo+ (Jurong Point), Mr. Obanyaki (Ngee Ann City), I Love Taimei (NEX), Tuk Tuk Cha (Waterway Point), Shake N Dog, Shake Shake In A Tub (IMM), Cheeselads, DON DON DONKI (Waterway Point)
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did reviews on the custard obanyaki and the azuki red bean taiyaki so feel free to scroll below/check it out! this is the menu, feels more limited than before :,) still yummy and worth eating tho!

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this is the custard obanyaki ($1.8)! filling is generous and rich, tastes like … custard lol nothing overly unique (which is a good thing, we don’t want custard tasting funny) tasted kinda like chateraise’s double fantasy custard puff. definitely a cop

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haven’t had taiyaki in a looonnnggg time! it is better than i remembered it omg the flour is reminiscent of japanese pancake batter (well makes sense) and the azuki red bean is sweet and yummy (as a person who doesn’t really like local red bean). this costs $2, so worth the money as the filling is pretty packed in 🥞 a little sad that there are fewer options in the menu though (i think only cheese, chocolate, azuki red bean for the taiyaki. more options for obanyaki like matcha red bean mochi etc!)

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this is the huge popcorn combo, $9.80 in total! the menu link on burpple is not updated with the pricing, it says $8.70 so we didn’t expect it to cost $1.10 more so boooo but overall a snack worth the money~ we both got truffle and the guy said we can’t mix the flavours for fries and the chicken if using burrple so yep all truffle it is! fries is just as expected but the chicken didn’t really taste like chicken lol but the texture is crispy and nice

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thoroughly enjoyed this as a person who doesn’t know much about cheeses! love the truffle cheese, gouda, and nougat especially

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this is the soya sauce dango! it’s exactly what it sounds like but the soya sauce is sweet. it’s not bad but just not used to it. extremely reminiscent of very dense sushi rice dipped in soy sauce HAHA

yummy and spicy it is a go-to snacc. staff is a friendly gworl

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this is the Pandan Taro Shibuya toast in a large it’s $8.9 so kinda expensive but it’s good as the toast is quite crisp outside and soft inside and yes that’s Oreo and lotus biscoff cookies ;)

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this is from the mochi bread series: banana chocolate! as u can see there’s actual mochi in it (white bit). very indulgent, filling is rich and worth the money compared to any typical bakeries

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this is the chilli dog! it’s $9.8 so definitely on the pricey side. there’s a generous serving of chilli, great for sharing after a meal. would love to visit again to try the kimchi dog and shakes :)

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