Demona: After the Sunday mass, we strolled aroung Joo Chiat area in search of some interesting goodies for our growling tummies. I am a bread enthusiast, and Dogma wanted to introduce to me an interesting toast bread near by the church. His brief synopsis of it got me tingling all over with excitement.
Demona: Dogma took charge on ordering a plate of rice with some Teo Chew dishes, while I took handled the bread and a regular dose of caffeine. He walked back with a mountainful of food. I remembered the first word that I uttered out was, "Whowwwwwwww....".
Some "Kiam chai" (salted vegetables), baby squidies, omelette, duck meat slices, and a little hill of rice. ONLY SGD 5. Gosh... you definitely can't get this at RM 5 back home, especially the fact that the dishes were of seafood, and meat like duck, and sooooo much of food.
The dishes were average, but for the price, I would say good overall performance! I wouldn't mind eating these often.
Demona: Some of the yummy juices available for us to coat the dishes with. Dogma's breath was like the king of dragonland. *close nostrils*
Demona: The toast bread was quite interesting, just like what Dogma said. It had a brownish toast colour but yet the bread was soft, fluffy, lovable to chew.... as if it was steamed. Maybe, they actually did both steps! The butter and sugar coating was a bit too 'economical'. The uncles should coat more! No kaya was added in their toast bread.
Verdict: Wear mask protection when the waiter uncle approaches, either that, or order your drinks and bread a metre away from him. When you tell him what you want, he immediately screams out your orders to another expert drink maker uncle behind the counter. I felt a few drops of saliva from this dear uncle... URKS. :(