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Nasi ayam rendang + veggie @ $7

Nasi padang stall

Quite a bit of queue during lunch time so decided to join and see if it's any good. It's not bad but not fantastic which makes then price point a little high.

The rice is chicken rice which is a bonus.
The chicken rendang is tasty though rather ordinary.
The veggie is a little too salty.

Might try the dishes next time.

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Caramel Oreo Frappe ($4.50) (no whip cream)

No long time never try their frappe since graduation 😅 until I saw they got included crushed oreo with Frappe. So I did missed this taste since I always to order caramel 🥲 in the past. But its quite too sweet but once a while to order for this.

@my_lil_coconut is a homegrown brand that serves Thai-style coconut milkshakes, made with hand-picked coconuts, and freshly blended to form their coconut smoothie!

They have an interesting variety of refreshing drinks with crowd favourites such as coco milkshake with Red Ruby!

Their Coco Shakes are made with the same base - Coconut Flesh, Condensed Milk, Icecream, and then topped up with the respective toppings that you picked. They were generally q sweet because of the condensed milk, and I'd just focus on the toppings considering that's largely what makes the difference!

Mango Konjac Pearl ($5.30 - R, $6.30 - L)
I liked that the Mango Konjac was really chewy, and would be for those who like Mango Jellies.

Pandan Sago ($4.90 - R, $5.90 - L)
Pandan sago was only there for texture, as there's no flavour to it!

Red Bean ($4.90 - R, $5.90 - L)
Red bean was quite huge so it was a nice texture - for those who enjoy red bean!

Milk Pudding ($4.90 - R, $5.90 - L)
This was q light in terms of flavour, wouldn't mind even stronger pudding flavour!

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The 𝗧𝗵𝗮𝗶 𝗦𝘁𝘆𝗹𝗲 𝗙𝗿𝗶𝗲𝗱 𝗥𝗶𝗰𝗲 𝘄𝗶𝘁𝗵 𝗖𝗵𝗶𝗰𝗸𝗲𝗻 𝗖𝘂𝘁𝗹𝗲𝘁 ($7.50) paled in comparison to the former. The tom yum flavour was very faint, so the rice was mediocre. The chicken cutlet, though, was adroitly deep fried, and tasted terrific. The chilli also deserves special mention. Aromatic and punchy, it was mesmerizingly mouth-watering. Pairing it with the rice and proteins immediately elevated their flavour by several notches.

𝐅𝐫𝐢𝐞𝐝 𝐑𝐢𝐜𝐞 𝐁𝐨𝐲
Blk 682 Hougang Ave 4
Unit 01-346
Singapore 530682

Recently saw a video on this place on social media. Since Conveniently located near mrt station decided to give a try.

Apparently, the Baker uses French butter for their bakes.

One thing for sure, it certainly smells very good.

1) Plain Croissants @$4.50
2) Pain Au chocolat @$4.60
3) Egg Tart Croissants @$5.50

Generally all is quite good. The price of the egg tart Croissants very steep in my opinion.

The custard is quite good, but it looks too similar to egg tart. Around $2 can buy a good one already.

The crossiant is really quite good though, definitely will return to get them.

These porridges had the delicious classic “chouk” texture and were generously filled with the ingredients they promised! Though the taste wasn’t spectacular, it was a good filling bowl of porridge guaranteed to warm you up on the days you need it most :3

The last time i had frog porrdige was when i was a really small child and had no impression of that exp at all! This time I did not hesitate to order it from their extensive menu and was not disappointed! The texture of frog is really intriguing like fish and chicken at the same time HAHA the porridge was so delicious ! with the fragrance of the ginger and spring onions and sweetness from the frogs it really stood out as their Signature. Highly recommend!

Popiah @ $1.80

Love this kind of coffee shop popiah which tastes great and generous in amount. Considerably quite big in my opinion, had to take two bites for every roll. And it's served warm!

Especially great as compared to places that overcharge for such a simple dish.

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Hokkien mee @ $5

Been wanting to try this for quite some time and finally got to it. Tasty and saucy, that's how we like our hokkien mee. Good amount of ingredients too, almost having meat in every bite with some prawns and sotong scattered around.

Chilli is good but when it comes to hokkien mee it's never enough.

Also comes in $4, $6 and $8 portions.

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I don't know why this eatery changed name despite looking the same. Maybe there's really a change since even the combos like this aren't nice anymore.

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