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Saturday, April 29, 2017

Honolulu Cafe

Taking over Mak's Noodle at Westgate will be Honolulu Cafe. Origin from Hong Kong, Honolulu is best known for its flaky egg tarts and of course Hong Kong Dishes.

Honolulu Cafe
Was kind of shocked to heard so many people lauded about their tarts. It was a far cry to what was expected. It lacked the butter fragrance no doubt that the tart was flaky. The egg fillings was not too please too!

Honolulu Egg Tart - $1.80
Chilled and cooling however the tart as an overall was quite tasteless and its crust was not up to expectation.

Beancurd Tart - $2
Both addictive and stomach filling. Egg Roll was sweet with luncheon meat fillings added with cheese. Totally enjoyed the yummy watery roll.

Cheese Luncheon Meat and Egg Roll - $5
Chu Qian Yi Ding Instant noodle is my favourite but this was prepared dry tossed. Topped with a few tea spoonfuls of XO Sauce with shredded scallion on the noodles. Nevermind for the bad taste in noodle but I would have thought that the Pork Chop would have completed my meal. However it failed too. Pork Chop looked dry and tasteless, there was quite some fatty meat too.

XO Tossed Noodles with Pork Chop - $7.80
Pineapple Bun is also known as "Polo Bao" in cantonese. This bun is quite common in Hong Kong. The buns have flaky exterior as its characteristics and many times with a sinful slice of melting butter tuck inbetween it.

Pineapple Bun - $4.20
More of lemon water as there was not much watercress taste in there.

Watercress & Lemon - $1.50
Comparing to other Cha Cheng Teng we had in Singapore, sad to say that Honolulu Cafe is of no fight to them. There are better room for improvement for them.

Rating: 3 / 5

Honolulu Cafe
Location: Westgate Mall, Westgate, 3 Gateway Dr #02-06 Singapore 608532