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SL II Muffin

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Located in Golden Mile Food Centre in Beach Road, SL II Muffin specialises in muffin.

Daily: 9.00am - 7.00pm

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This place was packed each time we went past. Ate there on a Thurs night and again a high turnover of people. Food was good value tho' not particularly special. Rice paper rolls were disappointing. Pho was good (not that we're experts) and broken rice was Ok.

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• 31 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

New location at Bukit Timah. Good muffins

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Nice Muffins, it's available at Bukit Timah Food Centre too. Generally traditional tasty ones. The texture and softness is good.

All nicely baked and fresh daily, so the muffin is warm at times. I normally eat around 2 at a go.
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• 25 Aug 2012 • 239 reviews • 0 follower

Sweet muffins

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Muffins - http://phuachiuyen.wordpress.com/2012/08/23/slii-muffin-golden-mile-food-centre/

The muffins cost around $1.30 to $1.60 each. Quite cheap!

They tasted quite normal to me - a bit on the sweet side though.

It would be more appetising if there're more decorations on the muffins.

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• 01 Jun 2010 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Not really the best out there

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They have an interesting variety of muffins - old favourites but still appealing. If you have not tasted good muffins, these are good representations as they are not dry, not too sweet, and not too stingy with ingredients. However, I'm more partial to the ones sold by the outlets at Tanjong Pagar Plaza or Shunfu Market. But SL II muffins will definitely come a close second.
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