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18 April 2013

Bloggers Food Trail At Bugis Junction (Part 2)

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AND THE FOOD TRAIL CONTINUES WITH 3RD STOP!

Here's part 1 incase you haven't read it: Bloggers Food Trail Part 1


Nanxiang Steamed Bun Restuarant


Now open in Singapore, the first Nanxiang Steamed Bun Restaurant dates back over a century and still remains a culinary icon at Shanghai's Cheng Huang Temple today.

An established brand that has gained international status and undisputed popularity, Nanxiang continues its legacy of serving up the best award-winning "xiao long baos" here.

In addition to an extensive selection of "xiao long baos", Nanxiang in Singapore boasts an expanded menu of over 60 tantalising dishes. To preserve the culinary standards of Nanxiang in Shanghai, our kitchens here are helmed by veteran Chefs from the original restaurant in Cheng Huang Temple!

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Nanxiang Drunken Chicken

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Shanghai Spicy & Sour Soup

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Xiao Long Bao (小龙包) & Crab Roe & Pork Filling Steam Bun

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King Sized Nanxiang Crab Roe Steamed Soup Bun

THIS IS MY FAVOURITE!!!!

LOVE THE FACT THAT ITS SO HUGE!

Also! This is the first time I've encountered such dish!

SUPER CREATIVE!

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Definitely a must to camwhore with it!!!

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Double Boiled Shark's Bone & Fish Maw Soup

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Vermicelli with Crab Roe

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Its super delicious when added with Vinegar!!! :D

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Nanxiang Lion Head Balls

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Here's a photo of the dishes we had on our table!

MAJOR YUMS!!!

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My Review

For me, I'm not really a Chinese Restaurant kind of person, but you can sure go try their King Sized Nanxiang Crab Roe Steamed Soup Bun!

Definitely worth every cents paid! Of course, you can try some of their dishes over there as well!

For more information you can visit their website at http://www.nanxiang.com.sg/ or their Facebook page here

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4th Stop!!!


SIAM KITCHEN
(More Than Just Thai Food)


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1) GRILLED HONEY-MARINATED BONELESS CHICKEN- $12.90
(GAI YONG- A classic favorite, found on almost every street corner in Bangkok)

Didn't manage to take picture of this dish!
Photo Credits to Noelle :D

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2) TOM YUM SEAFOOD SOUP- $7.60
TOM YUM TALAY, Authentic hot, sour and spicy wit seafood and fragrant herb, an international winner!

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3) SIAM SIAM GRILLED COMBO PLATTER- $22.90
An attractive mix of chicken, squid, beef and prawns- slowly grilled to perfection

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4) DEEP FRIED WHOLE GAROUPA FISH WITH CHILLI DIP/ MANGO SAUCE- $23.90

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5) THAI MIXED SALAD WITH NZ BEEF FILLET- $8.50

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6) GREEN PAPAYA SALAD WITH SHIRMP FLAKES- $7.50
An addictive blend of tastes and textures of exotic green papaya salad.

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My Review

Personally I feel that most of the dishes are rather spicy, if you're a really big fan of spices, Siam Kitchen is definitely the place for you!

For me, I personally like their Tom Yum Seafood Soup!!! (Eventhough its quite spicy for me)...

Here are some additional information for you guys!

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5th Stop!!!


KAZOKUTEI


Established since 1947, Kazokutei is one of Osaka’s most well known brands of udon restaurant. With over 200 outlets in Japan, the company prides itself in the delicious and high quality handmade udon, and the healthy cooking methods used by its chefs to bring out the natural taste of the noodle.

Kazokutei offers udon from both eastern and western Japan, with 2 different types of soup bases. Kokudashi Udon is from Eastern Japan where katsuo bushi (dried bonito) is typically used to make a stronger flavoured soup, while Shira Dashi Udon is from Western Japan where konbu (sea tangle) is generally used to make a sweeter taste soup.

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With Noelle while waiting for our food to be served...

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AND FINALLY! THE FOOD!!!

Do note that the photo you see below are just sample portions and not the actual serving of the dish itself.

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Zaru Udon

Love their Udon! Its like super Q.Q!!!

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Zaru Soba

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SUSHI!!!

IMMA HUGE FAN OF TAMAGO PLEASE!!! Absolutely love their Tamago!!! ♥

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My Review

Everyone should come and try their Udon!!! Its extremely springing its like eating chewing gum in a Japanese restaurant!!!!

HAHAHA!

Their Tamago is also the highlight of the sample portion that we tried!

For more information you can visit their website at http://www.kazokutei.com.sg/

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ALRIGHTEE!

Thats all for part 2! Part 3 will be out tomorrow! Do check out Part 1 of it if you haven't.

Cheers! dOnnlicious`

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