Teriyaki Chicken & Lemon-Lime Chicken @ Astons, Jurong East

Teriyaki Chicken

Lemon-Lime Chicken

Lemon-Lime Chicken

After 2 days, we'r back at Astons, Jurong East to fill our stomachs. This time we ordered Teriyaki Chicken & Lemon-Lime Chicken. Other than our favourite fries & potato salad, this time we ordered Baked Potato as side dish.

The Teriyaki Chicken had this babeque sauce on it that didn't quite suit my taste while the Lemon-Lime Chicken didn't taste as good as I expected. I think those lemon chicken that are sold at chicken rice stall are more appealing to me.

The Baked Potato was nicely done but with only a little bit of butter on top. I felt that it could be improved if bacon bits could be added (like those at Delifrance). Yumm...

Overall I felt that it was still worthed the $11.80 with 1 set costing $5.90. I'll definately go back to Chargrill Chicken the next time I pay this stall a visit.

Check out other food from Astons:

Dinner Burger

Chargrill Chicken

Indian Rojak @ Jurong East

First time trying Indian Rojak.

(Trying to get us on the news, you know what I mean)

Didn't know what those ingredients were made of. Took a red one, a white one, a... and so on.

I thought it was going to be like fish cakes but when it came, I found out it was more like bread. Tried a first mouth of the one with the prawn on top and it was tasty. I carried on eating and got a little tired of it.

Maybe my tasted isn't suited to Indian Rojak or this stall isn't up to it. Well, to find out I just have to try it out at the one at Geylang Serai Temporary Market!

Ahhh... my stomach

Chargrill Chicken @ Astons, Jurong East

Oh my gosh! Ordered this Chargrill chicken for $5.90 to share and it was delicious! The chicken is nice but thats not all. It comes with 2 side dishes that we could choose. We made the right choice! The potato salad is one of the best I ever had and the fries had spices on it which was similar to the ones I had at Botak Jones. I have to say I still prefer straight cut more than crinkle cut fries. Overall its really good for value as we are having restaurant standard food at a coffeeshop! Definately going to be a regular customer.

Check out other food from Astons:

Dinner Burger

Teriyaki Chicken

Lemon-Lime Chicken

Gyu Misoyaki @ Sushi Tei

Dinner with my family!

I decided to try out something different in a Japanese restaurant (again). Ordered Gyu Misoyaki which is basically several slices of beef, covered with some spices, which you have to kind of BBQ is on top of this plate which I think is made by clay. This is a little similar to Sukiyaki which I have tried before.

Gyu Misoyaki 2
Cooking in process...

Yummy! It costs $14 and I have to order 1 bowl of steam rice which adds up to $15.60. Definately worthed it.

Other dishes we ordered:

Salmon Sashimi- 5 slices for $7... It's tasty but...


Ton Chasoba

Sal Mentaiyaki - The salmon was really nicely cooked. I had the last mouth ;). Oishii!

Chawanmushi- Reminded me of the time I had to finish 4 bowls of Chawanmushi alone in a Japanese buffet. Errrggghhhggghggg...

Fortunately, my father's friend's family was sitting beside us (long story) and they lended us a member card which gave us 10% discount! Xie xie ni!

Kore wa oishii desu!

20 Lorong Mambong (Holland Village)
Singapore 277679

Telephone +65 6463 2310
Facsimile +65 6463 2316

Opening Hours
11.30am to 10.00pm daily
(last order 9.30pm)

Claypot Chicken Rice

I haven't really eaten a claypot rice that is not up to my expectations yet. The chicken was very tender and tasty. We added 2 spoons of dark sauce and just a little bit of oil. The amount was just right for us although I'm not sure if mixing it with more oil would make it more tasty (or unhealthy). A claypot rice for 2 is $10 and it there were many other versions other than having only chicken. It was around 1pm but fortunately we did not have to wait too long a time (the signboard stated 30-45minutes during peak hours). Well, we were ready to wait for a good lunch!

thank u bibi! HAO CHI! (i'm didi) :D

Blk 328 Clementi Avenue 2 #01-220 Singapore 120328
Time: 1200 - 1330, 1700 - 2030, Off on Wednesday
Telephone: 67787808

Little Bobdog

So happy that we found this childhood sweet being sold in SCHOOL!
$0.50 per box in Singapore Polytechnic FC6!

How many people actually remembers this sweet which comes in little white sticks.
We'll go around and say, "Hey, want a smoke?"
Thats probably why we don't see it around much; the government probably banned it secretly or something.

Botak Burger Set w/ Cheese @ Botak Jones, Bukit Batok

Ordered this Botak Burger Set at Botak Jones' (Bukit Batok outlet) for $8.50. This is the second time I'm having a Botak Burger, but this time I decided to have the larger one with cheese instead of the previous mini version without cheese. I have to say there is not much difference between the both; regarding the cheese or the size so I'll recommend to buy the mini version (without cheese) for just $3.80 and get something else to go with it. I liked the unique taste of the patty and the coleslaw is one of the best coleslaw you can get in a coffeeshop. The fries were quite tasty because they are coated with some spices that made it a little different from the other fries which you get tired of eating after a few of them.

Block 233 Bukit Batok East Avenue 5

Singapore 650233
Phone / Fax: 6899 8225
Everyday 11:30 am till 10:00 pm (last orders)

Prawn Salad (Home Made)

Made prawn salad for our 10th anniversary. Dressing made from mayo and lemon juice.

Bai Guo Yi Mi (hot) and Cheng Tng (cold)

Chinatown to have desserts! There were about three different dessert stalls beside each other and we decided to go back to the one we went about 10 months ago.
Had Bai Guo Yi Mi for the first time. It is made of barley, beancurd skin and ginko nuts. Dear told me that this version is not very sweet and thus not nice enough. We also had Ching Teng to keep us cool. Didn't finish everything as we were very full after half bowls of each. Worthed it as it was only about $3.70 for both yummy desserts but I really want to try a sweeter Bai Guo Yi Mi, dear loves it too!

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