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Kacang Pool Mustafa

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Located in Geylang Serai Market & Food Centre, Kacang Pool Mustafa sells Malay food.
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I've to confess this is my virgin taste of this dish. But in the true nicholas spark fashion, the romantism attached to this dish digs deep in my heart. Being one of the many dishes that I would beg my boyfriend to cook for me whilst we were stationed in Sydney. Its heart tingling spice inclusions and generous portions paired with crusty bread made for a delicious meal in the dead of a winters night. Back home in Singapore with less than a whisper of cool air in the breeze, I was praying the spiciness wouldn't leave a trickle of sweat down the back of my thin white blouse. Surprinsgly, the true rendition delivered in all aspects, and as I dug my spoon gregariously into it's warm innards, I grew to love it even more. No kidding.To those who haven't tried the dish. Put away your Roti Prata (as my boyfriend would say) and give the dish a go.

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I've to confess this is my virgin taste of this dish. But in the true nicholas spark fashion, the romantism attached to this dish digs deep in my heart. Being one of the many dishes that I would beg my boyfriend to cook for me whilst we were stationed in Sydney. Its heart tingling spice inclusions and generous portions paired with crusty bread made for a delicious meal in the dead of a winters night. Back home in Singapore with less than a whisper of cool air in the breeze, I was praying the spiciness wouldn't leave a trickle of sweat down the back of my thin white blouse. Surprinsgly, the true rendition delivered in all aspects, and as I dug my spoon gregariously into it's warm innards, I grew to love it even more. No kidding.To those who haven't tried the dish. Put away your Roti Prata (as my boyfriend would say) and give the dish a go.
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