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Postby Tom28 » Tue, 16 Sep 2008 11:15 pm

I recommend:

a) Temporary Albert Food Centre which sells the Best Curry Mee I have ever eaten ( there are 2 stalls, the one I am talking about is the one on the side nearer to Bugis Junction).

b) Hawker centre next to Eunos MRT station where they serve the best roti john and chendol!

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:)

Postby lilSara » Sun, 09 Nov 2008 12:33 pm

I think it sounds not so good.
first..is the rice, second is those veg are fried with loads of oil, and the curry is coconut milk-base.

I think.. you can have those grill pork, chicken, maybe Satay (asian style) without adding anymore carb to you.. it's ok.

or those veg and meal that you normally have is ok, if they don't go with rice.

curry can be allowed once in awhile though.. not like everyday :)

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Postby Jojoleona » Sun, 09 Nov 2008 1:01 pm

dear all. im looking for nice bak kut teh...anyone w gd reccommendation?
i find tt balestier side is bad, so i dunno whr else cn i find? :D
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Postby icy » Thu, 13 Nov 2008 2:15 pm

[quote="Jojoleona"]dear all. im looking for nice bak kut teh...anyone w gd reccommendation?
i find tt balestier side is bad, so i dunno whr else cn i find? :D[/quote]

Try Alexandra Food Market (Near to Alexandra IKEA). There is one stall that sells good bak kut teh, not peppery type.

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Postby Jojoleona » Mon, 17 Nov 2008 2:11 pm

icy wrote:
Jojoleona wrote:dear all. im looking for nice bak kut teh...anyone w gd reccommendation?
i find tt balestier side is bad, so i dunno whr else cn i find? :D


Try Alexandra Food Market (Near to Alexandra IKEA). There is one stall that sells good bak kut teh, not peppery type.


thanks thanks, i will go down during weekends...
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Postby icy » Tue, 18 Nov 2008 12:31 pm

[quote="Jojoleona"][quote="icy"][quote="Jojoleona"]dear all. im looking for nice bak kut teh...anyone w gd reccommendation?
i find tt balestier side is bad, so i dunno whr else cn i find? :D[/quote]

Try Alexandra Food Market (Near to Alexandra IKEA). There is one stall that sells good bak kut teh, not peppery type.[/quote]

thanks thanks, i will go down during weekends...[/quote]

No prob. Cheers :D

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Postby Pguy » Tue, 18 Nov 2008 4:00 pm

Oh I simply love the food in Singapore - can't wait to go back! :-)

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Postby hermanchauw » Fri, 21 Nov 2008 11:03 pm

Fat is good. Coconut is good. Eat them.

But not transfat though.
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