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I love sesame balls but I've only had the peanut ones, I didn't know that there were balls with salted egg filling! Was so excited to try these.

The balls are extremely oily. They are basically soaked in oil, both inside and out, making them extra indulgent. The sesame ball was really chewy and had the same texture as mochi, except tougher. The salted egg filling was surprisingly sweet and had little sugar crystals inside, I think? It was also slightly grainy.

The filling isnt as flowy after refrigerating and reheating so if that's what you prefer, have it fresh! It becomes much grainier after reheating. I still really enjoyed these but the amount of oil definitely makes it a snack to enjoy only once in a while.

⭐ Rating: 9/10 salted egg volcanoes
🤑 worth the price: yes
🦖 would I buy again: yes
💍 would I marry: yes

There's a very thin polo crust on top, providing it with a crisp, lightly sweet exterior. The bread itself is a little bit on the drier side, but it wasn't an issue because it went well with the bbq pork filling.

The bbq pork had that sweet, signature "quality restaurant meat" taste to it. Really love it! Such a good bun but omg so expensive :( probably wouldn't get it on my own unless there's some promo (I know that Shopback occasionally has that 3 for $4.50 promo but it's only for dine in and I want to dabao haizzz)

⭐ Rating: 8.6/10 endangered apple pigs
🤑 worth the price: a little pricey but nice
🦖 would I buy again: if I'm ever in a restaursnt selling these, I would get them
💍 would I marry: yes

The noodles were springy which went really well with the pork chop. Surprisingly the pork chop was tender, well marinated and flavourful, definitely comparable with Din Tai Fung’s. Would wish for the pork chop to be slightly thicker though.

Pretty good. It's needs the sauce so thankfully the sauce is very fragrant and the sweet and saltiness are perfectly balanced, light but super satisfying. The Cheong fun is the very soft kind, and the filling was good too. A classic, and absolutely worth a try

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There's an astringent taste, taste like 2 very familiar kinds of chili sauces mixed tgt lol

💸: $5.50

💬: Am a lowkey sucker for chicken claws so of course these were right up my alley, especially with that delicious savoury sauce!

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