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Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Bukit Gombak, Singapore.

Ordered the roast chicken, char siew and the recommended sesame chicken.

The first impression of the sesame chicken is dry and i'm also wondering does it taste too sesame. After my first bite it's like wow the chicken is not only tender, the skin is very crispy and the fragrance of the sesame isn't too overpowering. The texture of the roast chicken isn't as crispy as the sesame one. The char siew is not bad but i would prefer ordering their roast pork which is very crispy.

$5 for char siew
Total price: $17.20

This place is the Creamier-equivalent for the Westies! The waffles is very crispy & fluffy while the gelato tasted good too! Plus the service here is very warm & friendly.

Emerging from Shi Mei’s repertoire of roast meats is the Sesame Chicken, which is an unusual find. You get chicken meat heavily coated in sesame seeds and a sweet gooey sauce. A roasted and nutty flavour follows every bite. We found that the nutty fragrance complements the sweetness of the sauce. I

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If you've eschewed going green because of the notorious prices tagged to healthy eating, then a visit to this popular Bukit Batok hawker stall may well change your mind. With prices averaging at a very pocket-friendly $4, Jing Yi Vegetarian makes going meatless affordable and more importantly, tasty. Burpple Tastemaker Wei Zhi Chiang highly recommends the Fried Dried Hor Fun ($4). The deceptively simple looking dish, which comes with just vegetables and a few slices of mock fishcake and mock meat, won her over with its smoky wok hei. The hor fun comes with eggs, so heed her advice to let the chef know if you'd like to go without. Other tasty eats include the Tom Yum Mee Soup ($5) with its punchy, tangy broth, the wet Hor Fun ($4) and the Deep Fried Mushroom in Sweet and Sour Sauce ($7). The latter sees a plateful of crunchy deep-fried oyster mushrooms, slicked in a coating of sticky sweet and sour sauce — wonderfully addictive and great to share. Pro tip: According to Wei Zhi, a 30-minute waiting time is common, especially on the first and 15th day of the lunar calendar.
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Wei Zhi Chiang

Among the many interesting flavors they had to offer, we tried the cheesecake, biscotti (premium +80c), dark chocolate & Thai milk tea. I especially liked the premium biscotti flavour for its unique mix of chocolate & coffee, and the rich dark chocolate. The ice creams are creamy and smooth without being overly sweet. While the waffles are lacking in taste, they have a crispy exterior & fluffy interior.
📍@beansandcreamcafe, 347 Bukit Batok Street 34, #01-260, S650347

Not to be confused with Milk & Honey Gelato, this dessert palour at Hometeam NS serves ice cream, drinks, some savoury dishes and donut waffles.

Berry Malt is a scoop of malted ice cream resting on a mini donut, topped with flaky pastry and strawberry pieces. It works.

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Teh Cino - $2.20 (approximately)
Teh Tarik Ice - $1.90
Very good especially the Teh Cino. People with sweet tooth would love it but of course, one can also request for less sugar. They also have lots of other types of drinks as well.

Mee Soto - $3
Plain Prata and Egg Prata - $2.60
Fish curry and Dalcha gravy (Indian mutton stew)
Mee Soto was very delicious and the chilli sambal that was topped off was very spicy and very good because I like spicy food.
The Prata was very fragrant, crispy, and slightly sweet and can also be eaten on its own because it's really good.
The Fish curry and the Dalcha gravy also tasted really good and went well with the Prata
It's good place to have supper because it's open 24hours.

The Fried Dried Hor Fun is one of the most popular dish here and I totally get why! It's a very simple looking dish studded with just vegetables, a few slices of mock fishcakes and mock meat, but done really well - fragrant, fried thoroughly and not greasy. What won us over was definitely the wok hei (not extremely strong but was enjoyable to have), something I don't think is as common in vegetarian dishes. Take note that they serve this with eggs so be sure to inform the chef if you don’t want any.

📍锦憶素食 Jing Yi Vegetarian
铭顺发美食中心 Meng Soon Huat Food Centre
359 Bukit Batok Street 31 #01-401
Singapore 650359
🕑 2pm to 9pm Daily, Closed on Mondays