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Lunch At Westgate Jurong, Singapore

After church service we went to Westgate for our lunch... my son told me that this west wing has just opened not too long ago.  Took some pictures before entering the mall to the Food Republic.... 
At the entrance leading to the Westgate...  
Sharon took our family picture... 
Yehhhh... here is Sharon from Somewhere in Singapore.. 
Big and vast blocks leading to the mall...
I don't remember coming by here last year.....
Panda, Panda... sorry, we seem to be blocking your view....
At the Food Republic, Sharon treated me to Duck Noodles...
The meat was tender and the noodles were "springy".... I like it very much!
Thank you Sharon for your treat!
I think my girl ordered this.... 
The bowl was big and deep... noodles seemed to be very small portion here..
My son's Pan Mee... he told me that he takes this very frequently....
Then I saw these TuTu, freshly steamed...
Queued up and get 10 for $6 .. 
Each of us ate two... peanuts and coconut fillings...
Happy Faces when our stomach were fulfilled... YummmsSS!

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  1. I love the...DO RE MI family pix. All the food looks good. Haven't had TuTu for so long.

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    1. hahahaa... yea, their heights showed the music note.. hahaha..

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  2. Gosh!!!! Andy is so so tall. Getting more and more handsome.

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  3. hey, how come you took a photo of Sharon standing there alone at the entrance, but didn't go and take photo together with her?? hey, Food Republic is like everywhere in Singapore, and in Malaysia hor?? haha~~

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    1. I was holding the camera and my kids have walked far far... so let Sharon be the "Main Actress" lor...

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  4. What's tutu? something like putu piring?

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    1. Yes... but this one, they do there and then...

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  5. Nice photos of everyone. Another memorable trip. Thumbs up.

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  6. The food looks good too. I prefer food in small portions.

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  7. Jealous la! You travel with your family so frequently! ;)

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    1. They are fully grown...so I follow them... hahaa..

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  8. The Duck Noodles look SO good!!! This mall is very nice and I like the pandas. How far away form you is it? My very favorite here is the wonderful picture of your beautiful children!

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    1. Yes, I love the duck noodles too... hope to visit there once again!

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  9. Wah, Food Republic sounds so canggih.. I like your family photo there.. Yummzz, I love your son's pan mee.. I can eat 3 bowls ! Errr, call me jakun, what's TuTu? Memang is that name or you name it yourself? Looks like putumayam.. Hehe..

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    1. er.. putu.. is tutu I think... only different spelling in Singapore.. hahaha..

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  10. Never been here yet. Jurong has opened a few malls lately.

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  11. And now Sharon has learned about your trademark..The peace sign.hahah

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    1. It is an international trademark.. everyone loves to use this hor..

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  12. Nice family pics. And hi to Sharon too!

    That duck noodle is just like the one that I had in Bangkok. Hardly can find such yellow egg noodles over here. Maybe the people here prefer the smaller kolok mee type. :p

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  13. Last year, when you were here, Westgate not open yet...

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    1. Alamak, i malu lah, let you paid for the tu tu...

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    2. You didn't take picture of Andy yong tau foo, kaka...

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    3. Aiyah... no need to count like that...next time see who is faster... hahaha..

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  14. I've been there to have lunch before when I travel around Singapore...but can't remember what I had already!!! o.O!!!

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    1. hahahaa... nothing special to remember about, right? I sure will forget if not for the pictures..

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  15. eh eh...i thought the putu piring from melaka

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  16. Good that you have met Sharon. We all think she is a humble and cute blogger!
    I toyed with a new blog name for myself - Somewhere In KL.

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  17. I really love Singapore very much from their clean and neat roads to their shopping centres & food. Even their folks are so well dressed in a small island. I often compare their currency with ours when they don't even have palm trees, rubber and even water! Their govt has good brains and planning.

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