Thursday, 31 March 2016

Gong Cha: Free Gong Cha Drink with FINDAPRO App (till 15 Apr 2016)

Source: Gong Cha Singapore Facebook
Gong Cha: Free Gong Cha Drink (worth $3) with FINDAPRO App (1 to 15 Apr 2016)

- Valid from 1 to 15 April 206 from 11am to 9pm
- Download "FINDAPRO" app and retrieve e-vouhcer
- Valid at Raffles City Shopping Centre, Jurong Point @NTUC, NEX ,Lot One, JEM, VivoCity, Ang Mo Kio Hub, Paragon, Tampines Mall and Orchard Gateway

Tuesday, 29 March 2016

Tracy Juice Culture (Fortune Centre)

Tracy's Special Udon $6.90
Tracy Juice Culture is a small vegetatrian eatery located at the first level of Fortune Centre. The eatery offers a variety of healthy drinks ranging from Apple Wheat, Creamy Beetroot to Sunflower Carrot. It does not offer much solid food other than the Udon and Wild Rice Congee. They also sell Thunder Tea Rice on certain days. The Thunder Tea Rice availability can be found via their Facebook.
Tracy Juice Culture has a small seating capacity of around 25. Most of the days when I pass by during dinner/lunch time, the eatery is packed. I visited on a Saturday afternoon and the eatery was packed as usual.
Tracy’s Special Udon is something which I had always wanted to try. Whenever I walk pass the eatery, I always smell the aromatic fragrance.  This is a dish which nearly everyone orders.
Tracy's Special Udon $6.90

The Tracy’s Special Udon $6.90 consist of Japanese Udon served with mushrooms, broccoli, mock meat, and cherry tomatoes in a soup base that is made from tomatoes and parsley blended with mushrooms. The highlight is the soup which is so (souperlicious) delicious! It was so good that I drank every single bit, till the bowl was sparkling clean (everyone does that too). As for the rest of the ingredients they were average. They could have cooked the broccoli a little long as they were a tad too hard and the mushrooms were hard and dry. A pity the mushrooms did not adsorb the essence of the soup, else it would have been fantastic. Nevertheless, the wonderfully executed soup made up for it.

Tracy Juice Culture (Fortune Centre) 
190 Middle Road #01-34 Singapore 188978
Tel: +65 6224 0701 / +65 6336 0754
Opening Hours: Daily 9 am to 7.30 pm

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Thursday, 24 March 2016

Caffebene: 1 For 1 Regular Beverage and Single Bingsu Promotion (till 31 Mar 2016)

Source: Caffebene Singapore

Caffebene Singapore: 1 For 1 Regular Beverage and Single Bingsu Promotion (till 31 Mar 2016)

- Valid till 31 March 2016
- 1 For 1 promotion valid for regular beverage and single bingsu only
- 30% off a Bingsu/Snowflake eligible only if 1 for 1 Beverage is purchased within the same receipt

Thursday, 17 March 2016

761 Fishball Noodles (Yishun)

Minced Meat Noodles (mee kia dry with chilli) $3
761 Fishball Noodles is located in a coffeeshop at Blk 761 at Yishun Street 72. The stall operates in the morning to early afternoon offering fishball noodles, minced meat noodles (bak chor mee) and laksa.
The waiting time is at least 20 minutes even on weekdays. Not an easy feat considering all the other stalls including other neighbourhood stalls have a lesser waiting time.
Minced Meat Noodles (mee kia dry with chilli) $3
I have eaten at this stall several times. Every time I would order the Minced Meat Noodles (mee kia dry with chilli) $3, also known as Bak Chor Mee. They have got every aspect just right. The noodles was cooked just right and was not lumpy. The chilli sauce along with the noodles and minced meat was delicious. As for the fishballs, they were big, bouncy and not fishy.

The Minced Meat Noodles may not be the best, but it was certainly delicious. This is probably one of the reason why the waiting time is so long even on a weekday! Worth a try if you are staying around this area!

761 Fishball Noodles (Yishun)
Blk 761 Yishun Street 72
Singapore 760761

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Tuesday, 8 March 2016

River South (Hoe Nam) Prawn Noodles 河南肉骨大虾面 (Macpherson)

Abalone Clams & Big Prawn Noodles $5.50
I have heard about River South (Hoe Nam) Prawn Noodles 河南肉骨大虾面 for sometime but have not tried it as I seldom pass by this area of Singapore.
River South (Hoe Nam) Prawn Noodles as its name suggest specialises in prawn noodles. It is so popular and famous that it owns the entire coffeeshop and in fact is the only stall in that coffeeshop (other than the drink stall). This reminds me of the famous Bak Chor Mee (minced meat noodles); Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle which also owns the entire coffeeshop. 
They offer a wide range of prawn noodles (normal prawns or big prawns) with the option to add abalone clams, intestines, pig tails or baby abalone.
Abalone Clams & Big Prawn Noodles $5.50
I visited on a weekday at around 2.30 pm. I wanted to order their Intestines & Big Prawn Noodles but it was sold out. Hence, I ordered the Abalone Clams & Big Prawn Noodles $5.50 instead.

I ordered the dry version which was served with a bowl of soup. The chilli sauce was decent. What stood out was the freshness of the prawns. Although there were not very big, the prawns were extremely fresh and sweet in taste. Also, the prawns were deshelled, except for the head and tail.

The bowl of soup also stood out. It was yummlicious! In terms of appearance, it was slightly cloudy and light brown in colour. Taste wise, it was robust and tasty; full of umami flavour. It is one of the best prawn soup I have had. Unfortunately, there is a charge of $1 for refill of soup. Else, I would probably have refilled the soup several times. 

Now I understand why the prawn noodles at River South (Hoe Nam) Prawn Noodles has been so highly raved about! 

River South (Hoe Nam) Prawn Noodles 河南肉骨大虾面 (Macpherson)
31 Thai Thong Crescent 
Singapore 347859
Tell: +65 62819293
Opening Hours: Tue to Sun 6.30am - 4.30pm
                          Closed on Mon

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