I got the White Rabbit Milk Tea at Cheers in Singapore. For those wondering how it tastes like, this is pretty much a reaction post.
It’s a do it yourself kit with toppings included too.
I did get to try the white rabbit milk from a carton in December 2019 too and that one was pretty sweet to my tastes like condensed milk but ‘smoother’ consistency as typical milk.
But first the ingredients for the milk tea in the White Rabbit cup.
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Yizun Noodles is at 45 Sam Leong Road. It’s Halal and it’s Chinese styled hand-pulled beef noodles by muslims from China!
Opens around lunch time till night for dinner.
I went there during the opening week so it got packed with social media people and guests (???)
Closest MRT is Farrer Park and it’s close by Mustafa Centre.
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Noods & Meats : Smokehouse by Firdauz Nasir is at BLK 414, Yishun Ring Road, #01-1871, Singapore 760414.
It’s just a feeder bus away from Yishun interchange. If you’re looking for the shop, it’s not some fancy restaurant but is in a neighbourhood coffeeshop.
It’s not ‘certified Halal’ but it’s Muslim owned. When I went, it was late afternoon in their first week or so of opening.
SAD FOR ME because since I went late afternoon, most of their main meats were not available except for the platter sharing ones and those are huge
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Our trip for Comic Fiesta 2017 has too many pictures and exciting things that I decided to just separate it into different posts. This is for travelling from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur via bus aka coach.
Our choice company has always been Aeroline since it stops at Corus Hotel which is just a walk away from KLCC and thus in total around fifteen to twenty minutes walk to Trader’s Hotel.
Anyway, Aeroline always provides one meal on board including a hot drink, a bottle of water and the seats are way comfortable and the service is great.
It also has an on board entertainment with some movies, music and games (it’s funner if you ask your friends to join in on the system instead of versus-ing the computer).
That’s a freaking giant cream crackers ad. I was amused.
If you haven’t used Aeroline before, the pick up is at Harbourfront centre at the carpark for coaches.
From there we drive off to Tuas checkpoint, get our passports scanned (first on the Singapore side) and then stamped at the Malaysian side.
At the Malaysian side, you have to take out all your luggage and put it in the x-ray scanner then after all that, reload it back into the bus and you’re on your way to Kuala Lumpur!
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(Click to enlarge the pics as always)
Is Din by Din Tai Fung, Halal? Yes it is. Where is it? The one I went to is at level 4, lot 417 at Suria KLCC in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
I think that’s basically what you guys wanted to know. There’s alcohol in the beverages part of the menu but like many restaurants there, the food is halal while the drinks are separate.
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It’s only for Android but you can get the Bazaar Geylang ’16 over in the play store for free.
What’s this app? It’s a list of food places that are pretty unique besides the usual vadeh or burger ramly stores.
Pretty much my brother went ughh, so hard to find all the places so in the end…
We made an app to just list them all down. Stuff might not be too accurate but we tried to take pics of the price list too. For more details, read the google play description of the app!
Sorry iOS users, it costs a pretty penny to be a developer and to set up a store there so… tough luck!
My bro and I went about the crowd taking pictures of nearly every stall of notable food. The rest were generic then no need to take pic. He coded the app, the end.
I just wanted to talk about this pulled beef fries with cheese I ate at Wilder. It’s under the ‘sides’ in the menu if you ever decide to visit them.
My crew and I just wanted to go there for the desserts but we did skip lunch somewhat just to eat dinner, so there. We ordered our mains which was pretty delicious and pretty much choped the tarts that was left that night.
However, this pulled beef fries and cheese.
This is not meant to be shared.
It’s meant to be hoarded by one or you could buy the pulled beef with the mashed cauliflower and vege instead because wow.
As Max said. This is like a Halal version of what char siew is.
The generous pile of beef under that baked cheese.
Oh no, oh no.
And there were four of us there.
It was gone.
And then our mains came so all was well.
I walked by Flavour Flings on my way to the coffeeshop previously but they weren’t officially opened yet.
Now they were and I walked in. It was a pretty simple layout with a chalkboard of sorts painted on the wall above their cashier (only cash please!) front.
Ok, very well.
I did flip through their menu, pages on a clipboard and settled for nacho cheese fries. Especially when I noticed something…
Their menu had turkey ham, salmon and chicken sausages. There were no signs of bacon at all. A hipster cafe always had bacon spammed (pun!) everywhere because it was a thing to do. This was a big clue to me… Was it Halal?
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Or in other words, bagedil that is made of toufu. Usually bagedil is made of potatoes but my family makes both variations. The potato and the toufu ones. You can probably find the recipe easily for the potato one since it’s everywhere, this is the one made of toufu. Also, cause my friends asked me for the recipe, so here you go since it’s a holiday today and I managed to take pictures on how to make it.
2 red chillies
A bunch of parsley (daun sup)
Fried onions or shallots
Handful of prawns
6 small firm toufu
As Asian cooking go, yes. It’s pretty much guess the amount of ingredients to put in. You can make it vegetarian by NOT putting the prawns in or if you want, you can substitute the prawns with tune or something.
We had some prawns at home so oooh, ok just added it, usually ours can be ‘plain’ without it and it is still heck delicious.
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