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As a huge fan of financiers, I was really excited to try @leanbento's new Protein Financiers, which are halal-certified, fluffy, and low-calorie, but without highly-processed protein, artificial flavourings and additives.

These Protein Financiers were developed by their founder @yangyang.charles, who created this to make up for always missing his meals, his urge to snack, and desire to stay lean, while cutting back on processed foods and staying youthful.

It works very well as a lean pre/post workout snack, meal replacement, child-friendly snack, with just 179kcal per financier.

Flavours I tried included White Sesame, Black Sesame, Butter and Cinnamon. Cinnamon was my favourite, with it being the most flavourful, and overall all the financiers were pretty soft, not too dry, and great as a snack! There's also other flavours such as Chocolate and Matcha, which sounded pretty interesting too!

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One of the best salted egg chicken in town. Not the creamy type one, but the sauce is top notch ๐Ÿ‘Œ great combination of salty and sweet and you can really taste the salted egg

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Fried curry puff @ $1.60

Not much left when we were there at 12+pm on a weekday. Got the fried curry puff and it's not bad and filling was generous. The pastry skin can be more crispy throughout but it's mostly just on the top layer.

Would like to go back and try their baked versions.

I always take beautiful women to bed with me. Yes, all the ladies love getting into bed with me, and I have taken four vixens at once. Can you blame them? @b.e.d_sg is an upmarket foodcourt that has Erdinger on tap, a decent selection of wines, and their food options ainโ€™t too shabby.โ €
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@curryboysg is one of the tenants to set up shop in the foodcourt. They are a Japanese-Singaporean fusion concept, and their Signature XL Pork Panko Curry ($8.90 nett) is the paragon of this concept. Itโ€™s yet another Japanese katsu curry riceโ€ฆbut youโ€™d be wrong. Sure, the panko crusted pork cutlet is most definitely Japanese & is nothing noteworthy, but the starchy, stew-like Japanese curry is replaced by a rich, luscious Nyonya curry that mitigates the leanness of the pork cutlet.โ €
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While the tonkatsu is a tad bland & unappealing on its own, the spicy, coconut-y & felicitously fatty Nyonya curry flavours & lubricates the pork cutlet extremely well. The curry is dummy thicc, and thereโ€™s more than enough of it to lube up both the pork & the rice. Not a fan of the catastrophically overcooked fried egg, but it is what it is. Itโ€™s not a groundbreaking fusion dish, but it is a well executed one that works relatively flawlessly.
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Fellas, get out there and live your best life. Wine her, dine her, and get her gushing in B.E.D.

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Kangkong + omelette + begedil + fried chicken
Got another plate with squid + long beans + beef lungs
Total $15.50

Great plate of malay food. All the dishes taate great and the fried chicken was nice and juicy and not messy to eat as the meat comes off easily.

Only complaint is that the rice is quite dry and they didnt give enough curry sauce.

Both chillis were great!
They serve ayam penyet on mon, tue and thu, and mutton briyani on wed and fri. Expected it to be crowded but was quite empty when we reached at 11+ but subsequently became quite crowded closer to noon.

Will be back to try more dishes!

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The pork cutlets were slightly tough to chew, there wasnโ€™t much egg and the rice was quite dry and tasteless. I wouldnโ€™t recommend this dish - perhaps give the others a go.

We got this with the Burpple 1-for-1 deal, which makes it very affordable. It comes with a small bowl of miso soup as well. Do note the prices on the menu do not include service charge and GST.

Staff were friendly, and the decor of the place is pretty cozy and Japanese-themed. We visited on a weekday evening and easily managed to get seats for two.

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Nothing outstanding, just a bowl of comforting udon in soup. I loved that it was served piping hot, every sip of the warm dashi broth sent a gentle, soothing wave through my body. The fried tofu, fish cake and scallions were great accompaniments.

We got this with the Burpple 1-for-1 deal, which makes it very affordable. Do note the prices on the menu do not include service charge and GST.

Staff were friendly, and the decor of the place is pretty cozy and Japanese-themed. We visited on a weekday evening and easily managed to get seats for two.

Spent $26 for 2 mains and 1 sides. The aglio oilo spaghetti was just pure spicy, not sure why they had to add so much chilli to it.

They are generous in their portions. 5 mins walking distance from the MRT and there are other stalls as well.

I didn't enjoy the location as much as there was a lot of houseflies and we're just desperately trying to keep them away while eating.

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Letโ€™s toss to greater heights this CNY with @sukigrpsg ๐’๐š๐ฅ๐ฆ๐จ๐ง ๐๐ซ๐จ๐ฌ๐ฉ๐ž๐ซ๐ข๐ญ๐ฒ ๐˜๐ฎ ๐’๐ก๐ž๐ง๐ !

If youโ€™re a fan of Salmon Yu Sheng, this is for you! @sukigrpsg ๐’๐š๐ฅ๐ฆ๐จ๐ง ๐๐ซ๐จ๐ฌ๐ฉ๐ž๐ซ๐ข๐ญ๐ฒ ๐˜๐ฎ ๐’๐ก๐ž๐ง๐  comes with freshly thick cut of Norwegian Salmon. Available in 2 sizes - Regular $32.80+ (serve
2-4 pax) and Large $58.80+ ( serve 5-8 pax).

Beautifully presented in a golden gift box with step-by-step instructions, @sukigrpsg ๐’๐š๐ฅ๐ฆ๐จ๐ง ๐๐ซ๐จ๐ฌ๐ฉ๐ž๐ซ๐ข๐ญ๐ฒ ๐˜๐ฎ ๐’๐ก๐ž๐ง๐  makes the perfect gift this CNY season! Hurry place your orders now!

'cos pineapple tarts are too mainstream (and often too sweet)! Whisking bakes was started by a former air-stewardess who whisked away from her flight life when Covid-19 threw a curveball to her career. She specializes and got her fame from her orh-nee (yam) tarts, a twist to the pineapple golf ball tarts. Her yammy tarts comes in the shape of golf balls, with thin buttery crust that melts-in-the-mouth and crumbles when you hold it up with too much force. ie. every hand crafted ball requires tender-loving-care; holding one up with too much force will result in the pastry breaking apart because itโ€™s so thin and crumbly - and I guess thatโ€™s just a hallmark of 1) ideal tart-to-filling ratio and 2) crumbly smooth, melt-in-the-mouth crust!

Within each ball is a generous serving of yam paste - hand cooked (& stirred) with much love in a rather time consuming process, as with how the traditional good ol' orhnee is made. I like how it's not too sweet, hence making it a perfect treat ... and excuse to pop another one into the mouth. Iโ€™m sure a lot of hard work went into quality control as well to ensure the yam fillings are as fragrant as they can be, especially when theyโ€™re made from pure ingredients without any added flavourings or flavour enhancements!

As these are handmade with love, without preservatives of any sort, they're perishable and best consumed within 3-5 days. They taste the best on the day of purchase - which is also the same day when they're freshly rolled out from the oven (yes, baked fresh daily!)

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