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    Chateraise double fantasy cream puff. Very nice, one bite and the double fantasy cream will squirt out. One white and the other yellow. Best eaten cold.
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    Durian. The best natural food on planet Earth
  • 168sean168
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    Braised Pork Buns aka Kung Ba Pao. Using braised pork belly sandwiched in a steamed buns. Some called it Chinese Burger. Not readily available everywhere though they always appear in a food fair.
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  • 168sean168
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    Hokkien Mee. A stirred fried prawn noodle. Noodle is a mix of yellow noodle and thick bee hoon aka rice vermicelli. A popular Chinese dish. It is best if lard is used but during the years of saturated fats are bad, many stopped using lard in their stir fried.

    A lime and a condiment of Sambal chilli help to add onto the flavour.
  • 168sean168
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    Spinach seafood soup. Can go with rice or noodles as an option. Fairly popular these days as it seems to be a healthy eat and yet, can be a low carb meal.
  • 168sean168
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    Lychees. Though some look green, this particular breed is already sweet even when it looks green. The seeds are small too.
  • 168sean168
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    Oyster Mee Sua. Or wheat vermicelli. Oysters are eaten raw. A thick gravy and chilli for taste. A Taiwanese street food
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    This is called minced meat, meatball noodle soup. This presentation is not so common and only a few stalls are selling it this way. Usually minced meat noodles are eaten dry.
  • 168sean168
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    Teochew Porridge again. I like to add braised sauce into my porridge.
  • I'm rather Lazy so I'll probably just have a pickle with some crackers and cheese. XD
    ~Jaywolf~
  • 168sean168
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    Satay with a choice of Chicken, Beef or mutton. To be dipped into a kind of sweet sauce with peanuts. Some may add pineapple puree into the sauce. Served with cucumber and onions. Compressed rice is optional. The best satay are BBQ over hot charcoal.
  • 168sean168
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    edited July 1
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    Brown Sugar Boba milk from Xing **** Tang, a milk tea chain from Taiwan that uses stir fried brown sugar in the concoction
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  • 168sean168
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    Ah Balling aka Glutinous rice ball dessert. Inside the balls, we got a choice of peanut, seasme, yam, mocha or durian. The soup is peanut soup. Another choice is using ginger soup. This is served warm.
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    A mixed organ mutton soup Chinese style
  • 168sean168
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    Mala fish ball snack. Mala, from Chinese, means paralysing spicy. Served with cabbage. This is usually found in food fairs and sold by mainland Chinese
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    A pork meat and liver porridge.
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    A red bean soup dessert. Served warm.
  • 168sean168
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    Roasted pork claypot rice. Served with Chinese sausage. People say that the best part is at the bottom of the pot where you can find crispy rice. But I generally do not dig that deep as I do not like things that are too charred. I often see Jamie Oliver and Gordon Ramsay praising charred food as being gorgeous but I am concerned it would not be good for health
  • 168sean168
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    Black Mushroom fish maw soup and a side of minced meat with diced water chestnuts
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    McDonalds Bandung ice cream cone. Bandung is a popular Malay beverage consisting of rose syrup with evaporated or condensed milk.
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