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Adam Road Food Centre

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Located along Adam Road, you can find a wide variety of value-for-money dishes and snacks at Adam Road Food Centre.
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Pretty good variety

Had black carrot cake and was decent. However, the sugar cane is honestly a rip-off.

Usually would eat prawn mee but decided to have something different.

http://repolitlebijou.blogspot.sg/2014/01/not-exactly-most-healthier-dinnersupper.html

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• 25 Feb 2014 • 26 reviews • 15 followers

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Had black carrot cake and was decent. However, the sugar cane is honestly a rip-off.

Usually would eat prawn mee but decided to have something different.

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• 20 Sep 2013 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

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Quite disappointing with the Cheng Ji Ee Mee.. Won't patronizing the stall for second time.. The noodle doesn't taste like Ee Mee, taste more like bee hoon..
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