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Mixed Porridge (S$4.50)
Addon Egg (S$0.50)
Lots of liao. Thick consistency.

Chai Chee Pork Porridge

4⭐ Maruhachi has opened the 8th store at Bedok since it first open at Punggol in Nov 2020. I read about the long queue when it opened in Punggol and was relieved that there's no queue when we went to the Bedok outlet on it's first day of opening.
I ordered the cheese menchi katsu set and WB ordered the pork katsu curry. The portion is similar to the restaurant but price is almost half of what the tonkatsu restaurants are charging. However it's considered pricey compared to the food sold at other stalls in coffeeshop and it's not something you will eat everyday from a coffeeshop.
The tonkatsu are freshly fried upon order hence a waiting time of at least 10min and served on the metal rack to prevent it from getting soggy. The panko batter is different from those tonkatsu we had from the restaurant which is more crispy. The rice served is not ordinary rice but japanese rice. The miso soup has few slices of fishcake and kelp, I'm able to differentiate the quality of their miso soup from the normal coffeeshop miso soup. The cabbage served was sliced finely and fresh. Overall the food at Maruhachi are of quality considering it's from a coffeeshop.
#Maruhachi #CheeseMenchiKatsuSet #PorkKatsuCurry

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4⭐ Maruhachi has opened the 8th store at Bedok since it first open at Punggol in Nov 2020. I read about the long queue when it opened in Punggol and was relieved that there's no queue when we went to the Bedok outlet on it's first day of opening.
I ordered the cheese menchi katsu set and WB ordered the pork katsu curry. The portion is similar to the restaurant but price is almost half of what the tonkatsu restaurants are charging. However it's considered pricey compared to the food sold at other stalls in coffeeshop and it's not something you will eat everyday from a coffeeshop.
The tonkatsu are freshly fried upon order hence a waiting time of at least 10min and served on the metal rack to prevent it from getting soggy. The panko batter is different from those tonkatsu we had from the restaurant which is more crispy. The rice served is not ordinary rice but japanese rice. The miso soup has few slices of fishcake and kelp, I'm able to differentiate the quality of their miso soup from the normal coffeeshop miso soup. The cabbage served was sliced finely and fresh. Overall the food at Maruhachi are of quality considering it's from a coffeeshop.
#Maruhachi #CheeseMenchiKatsuSet #PorkKatsuCurry

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Each bowl of mixian comes with beansprouts, beancurd sheet & chives. Ordering was done in 3 steps.

1. Choose Soup Base
2. Choose Toppings
3. Choose Spicy Level

They serve a total of 7 different soup bases such as Wu La Soup (charred pepper & spices), San Suan Soup (SamGor hot & sour), Suan La Soup, Fragrant Clear Soup, Vegetarian Clear Soup and recommended ones like Ma La Soup and Tangy Tomato Soup priced affordably between $5.40 - $6.20. Each topping is priced between $1.30 - $2.50.

I went with the tangy tomato soup base with enoki mushroom and sliced pork topping. The tomato soup looks light and clear with a portion of tomato puree placed above. While I would have loved the broth to be of a thicker consistency, this was actually quite flavourful and slurp-worthy. The servings are generous and the noodles are springy with a texture similar to our thick vermicelli (粗米粉). This is something worth considering for a comforting meal on a rainy day.

》Tangy Tomato Soup $6.60 + Enoki Mushroom $1.30 + Sliced Pork $1.80

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Hidden gem in the east. Coffee was surprisingly good too. Will definitely be back to try other items. Generous portion!

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Braved a 15 minute walk in the recent Singapore heat, from a church we were visiting only because of Burpplebeyond.
Also because I spied Denzy at i12 huggs outlet and thought this homegrown ice cream brand must be doing things right.
Our scoops of pistachio and yoghurt with speculoos (think firmer yole with ur favourite cookie sauce) were indeed promising and the waffles here are airy. They have crisp ends and are easy for 1 pax to finish off, well at least both mum and I had 1 each.
Was mildly peeved after spending 1 hour at the Bedok cafe when I enquired if they had wifi and the staff immediately chirped no; yet I later saw a “free wifi” sticker on the glass door while walking back to my seat. I should have asked “can I have the wifi password?”.

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A slice of signature mom’s fudge cake ($8.50) is made up of a soft sponges interlaced with decent layer of fudge in between.

Neither sweet nor bitter, it’s a relatively subtle fudge cake that meets the expectation of what a fudge cake off the block would be.

ROI: 69%

* Note: my taste palate leans towards dark bitter chocolate at a sweet spot of 65%-72% cocoa. So please use that as a gauge of my taste perspective.

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Here is a hawker take on Japanese fusion ramen and BCM. My order of Japanese fusion mee pok in shoyu comes with noodles, pork ball, pork slices, minced pork, abalone slices and cha shu then topped with loads of crispy pork lard.

The cha shu was tender and thickly sliced with a good ratio of fat to meat. The noodles are cooked to a springy texture with a generous amount of ingredients in flavourful shoe and garlic sauce packed with umami goodness. Overall a wholesome and satisfying meal for my hungry belly 》$8/large

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I thought it was a bit bland but good for those without a sweet tooth who love orh nee.

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Vegetarian Bee Hoon (S$2.50)
Also available in S$2 option
Fixed option which come with vegetarian char siew, stirred fried vegetables, crispy deep fried strips, and crispy zai er. Topped with sweet chilli sauce.

Meow Xiang Vegetarian Food

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Amazing kueh lapis! Love it! And the nitro coffee was so comforting! Atmosphere was soothing and cosy!

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Quaint cafe situated in Bedok North served with delicious Nonya food selections. The owner and owner’s cousin are so hospitable - gave us some Pandan lapis to try too. Highly recommend their lapis and ice cream!. They have a wide range of desserts and coffees as well which unfortunately I did not get to try.