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Thai Food And Desserts In Plaza Singapore

The next morning around 11am, we took a bus to the MRT station and from the station, we took a bus again....or didn't we?  I couldn't remember... but somehow we reached Singapore Plaza shortly....
Very quiet on a Saturday.....
This is called peaceful and serene....
No wonder my son likes to jog around the vicinity here....
Waiting for the bus to come pick us up.....
We were so hungry by the time we reached Singapore Plaza...
And we just walked in to one outlet here for our brunch....
For starters, we had pomelo salad...
Fried Olive Rice....
Rice with Basil Chicken Meat....
 Pad Thai....
Mini sized Tomyam... to our disappointment...
It is just not enough for the 4 of us!
All mini sized servings that comes with a big price.. LOL..
Don't ask....
As usual, someone wanted desserts after savoury food....
We went to Dessertshop and I saw my favourite dessert...
Yam pudding with gingko and pumpkin!
And Mango Snow Flake to quench the sweetness of the pudding...


Comments

  1. The basil chicken looks like minced chicken.. Enuff mou? White tomyam is my favourite.. Sure not enuff for the 4 of u, but since its so mahal, nevermind lor.. Each one take 1 sip only lor, hehe..OMG I love that mango snowflake!!! Look at that juicy glazy mango... Super like!

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    1. yeah lo..each one took a few spoonful and that was it! hahahaa... Hang Person.. direct translation!

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  2. They have Bangkok Jam in KL too, Bukit Bintang. Food's nice...but place very dark, too dark to take photos of the dishes. Should be a lot cheaper in RM.

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    1. Of course much cheaper here than Sing... don't think of it ... once eaten, forget about the price! hahaha..

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  3. Food looks good and I love the pamelo salad & mango snow flake. Small portion, guess they are not enough for your big size boys.

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    1. Yeah, you are right.. we are used to eating Big portions! hahaha...

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  4. hahaha, SG very expensive hor?? small portion of food in big bowls with big price!! haha, i agree with that.. nevertheless, the food looks good lah.. like the pomelo salad, the olive fried rice and also the yam paste!!

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    1. Yeah.. don't think of the pricing.. otherwise you won't feel happy eating.. right!

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  5. I like Singapore roads - so clean! Is the Pad Thai nice? Definitely expensive especially when you convert to Malaysian ringgit. Oh that yam pudding with gingko and pumpkin looks yummy!

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    1. Yes, dont convert! Otherwise you will feel heavy heart... hahahaa...

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  6. I like the look of the yam pudding with gingko and pumpkin too! Good that your son takes up jogging.

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    1. Yes, he loves to jog whenever he has the time... not often though....

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  7. I miss Thai food!! Especially their sweet dessert!

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  8. Bo jio me! You should have for another few days in SG. I can bring you out makan.

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    1. Aiyah... you are always not around during weekends.. how to call u!

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  9. Today, I love the pictures of you and your family better than the food!

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  10. U didn't ask someone to take picture picture for u all, hehe...

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    1. *opps should be family picture and not picture picture, hehe....

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    2. Same with Chris, u also bo jio me, lol...

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    3. Singapore Plaza? Plaza Singapura is it?

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    4. Yes, Plaza Singapore... we were there around noon...

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  11. pomelo salad...me likey...like the one in payung

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  12. I have never had a pumpkin dessert before, at least not like this! :)

    It looks good though, I will definitely order if I see it!

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    1. It is called Or Nee... more popular in Singapore and JB

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  13. Yummy food. I want that pamelo salad!

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  14. All are more pretty mini sized especially the Pad Thai, the kui tiao is like more than then "noodles"!!!

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  15. Oh I love that bowl that served the rice. So traditional and reminds me of my childhood days in Thailand. They really used funny bowls and containers to serve food there in villages.

    The Tom Yam soup looks like for One Serving! I would drink at least 2 bowls. Yum! Yum!

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