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  1. thinkefy
     20 Aug 2013 at 1:02 pm

    If anybody remembered anything about West Lake, it would have to be infamous Kong Bak Pau (Braised Pork meat in Bun). I guess they have the best Kong Bak Pau in town. The meat is braised to perfection having the savoury and fragrant spices soaked through the thickly sliced pork belly. Coupled with black sauce and some fresh lettuce sandwiched by fluffy mantou (Plain) bun. Meat is tender and of the right balance of spices and sauce, its not too oily nor too fat, I must say just the right of everything. i can eat like 3 in a row....

    Their other take away snacks are also nice like the red bean pancakes and other chinese finger food kinda snacks but their restaurant menu is also fantastic. So if you really like their finger food, be sure to have a feast at their restaurant at Blk 4 Queen's Road.

    I have to stop here as i'm getting hungry from all the Kong Bak Pau Talk.

    Price: 3/5 (the Kong Bak Pau is a little pricey i must say) Location: 3/5 Cleanliness: 3/5 Yumminess; 4/5 (Just the Kong Bak Pau) Service: 2.5/5

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    1. Aries Tan
       19 Aug 2013 at 2:47 pm
         Westlake (Chinatown) - Restaurants   Westlake (Chinatown) - Restaurants

      If you are at Chinatown and feel overwhelming by all different kinds of food, why not have a taste of heritage with Westlake the stall located at OG Building :D

      I bought the Chee Cheong Fun which is my all-time favourite and indeed it did not disappoint me. Not only the sauce is special and different from the normal chee cheong fun i have tried at those coffee shops. The chee cheong fun tasted so soft and different! In fact, it wow-ed me.

      Within minutes, i finished up my $2 Chee Cheong Fun and headed to other places with my satisfying stomach. Approximate spending per head is about 2 bucks

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