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    » 1 Review for “You-Tiao (Jurong Point) ” - Food & Beverages

  1. Great Sage
     21 Nov 2007 at 10:14 pm

    Where can i find breakfast early in the morning in a shopping center? I do not think this is possible till Joe my friend brought me here.

    It was around 7 plus early in the morning and Joe initiated to bring me over to jurong point shopping centre. At the particular time, i only thought of having a simple early breakfast in those 24 hour kopitiam rather than going to shop. But he assured me that there are early breakfast there.

    Since i decided to believe in him, we both make way to the jurong point shopping centre. I was rather amazed when i reach the place, true enough there are really stores that open early in the morning to provide breakfast for us people. I just wonder what time do they need to wake up in order to prepare the food.

    What this store attracts me is definitely the long queue. As there are no signage at the top of their store, i could not figure out what they are selling until i reach the front of the store.

    They actually sells you tiao, butterfly, salted bun, sweet bun, etc. In their open concept design, one could see how the dough is kneaded , fried and become ready to be served on the shelves.

    Their stuff actually sell at quite a fast speed so at times one will have to wait for some time before the next batch of food is ready.

    I loved their butterfly. I think they called it butterfly due to the similar resemblence of shape. Actually, it is just a simple dough without any fillings inside.

    Although there is no fillings to give the additional taste to the butterfly, it still taste fantastic just eating it alone.

    A lightly sweetened and sprinkled with some sesame seads butterly tasted real good especially when eaten hot. Not a wasted trip after all. :)

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    1. Polarbear
      Polarbear said:
      There is a shop that sells bao also very good.
      22 Nov 2007 at 9:59 am
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