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Throwback. Basically a Zinger with onion rings. Also came with pickles, smoky white BBQ sauce and hot sauce.

More cake like than normal, but we'll caramelised and quite good overall

Theirs is one of the best, it's deep fried so exterior is crunchy, and interior was quite fluffy. Seafood was reasonably generous too

The crisp dissipates though, so eat quickly. Further the sauce is quite weak

Very intensely seasoned w kimchiness, which rare. This alr makes it one of the better ones

Free flow except marinated egg

The quality of the spread was exceptional
Two kinds of kimchi were both fine, the veggies had some light bean paste, the fish cake was very flavourful, and the potato strips were super fragrant from sesame oil. Egg was nicely marinated and not dry

Lovely, we got a lot of refills

They have been baking their signature cheese cake for many years in this neighbourhood of Bukit Merah.

You will never have the chance to purchase directly from the store unless you are here very early as the first customer, yet the chance is not guaranteed.

All their cheese cakes have to preorder from their website at least 1 day before, as they only prepare based on the amount of orders they have for the day.

Even after so many years, they still have lots of preorder bookings; and you still see some people dropping by to hopefully trying their luck. But usually they would be turned away.

They sell a few different flavours of cheese cake and one of the popular flavour would be this pandan.

I can see why they constantly receiving lots of orders because their cheese cake was so fluffy and not too creamy. Really good as a gift or simply trying it yourself.

Swee Kee used to be popular for their affordable price, but of course they can’t sustain like this in the time of inflation now.

But people still queuing up for their noodles selections. For a bigger portion, you can request for more noodles like mine. Topped with slices of char siew and a bowl of soup with wantons.

First of all what a steal?! So cheap. The chicken was pretty soft and tender, not bad but we had a really nice one at yuhua recently (hup hong) and we felt that hup hong’s chicken was juicier. We like that the soy sauce is not too salty or sweet, and they give achar here too! Overall a pretty decent option that I wouldn’t mind having again~

Tasted q old school. The noodles weren’t really springy, but I liked the simple dressing it had, just a bit of lard, not heavy at all. Char siew was pretty lean and dry, wantons were alright but some might find it too plain. It’s passable and I’m glad to have finally tried it but I don’t think I’ll be hankering for it. I think this for those who like such old school flavours!

We also chose the 𝗥𝗼𝘀é𝗲 ($8.50), which looks like a teardrop with rose petals on top. The rose and lychee flavours combined well, but the soft, sticky skin wasn’t to my fancy.

Although the tarts weren’t perfect, I’m still inclined to return because of the 1-for-1 Tart + Drink deal on Burpple Beyond.

Fang Patisserie is a hidden gem. Located in a mall that isn’t near to any MRT station and doesn’t see a lot of human traffic, its tranquility provides the perfect backdrop for a quiet afternoon.

Among the gorgeous tarts on display, we picked the 𝗕𝗹𝗼𝘀𝘀𝗼𝗺 ($8.50), which looked like a tree without leaves standing on a patch of grass. The tangy yuzu interior tasted great, though the matcha was very faint.