This Mee Siam ($4.8) was from Pondok, which is managed by Lau Di Fang. Pondok specialises in Malay Food, nasi padang especially. This mee siam looks really appetizing, I started to feel hungry already while staring at its picture. It was ordered by a friend hence I didn't get to try it.
Lastly, Thai Green Curry with Chicken Set ($16) from Bannok Thai. The set comes with a bowl of green curry chicken, stir-fried vege, rice, and sweet tapioca served with salty coconut cream.
Was it just me or does anyone else finding it unconventional to have broccoli and cauliflower in green curry too? D24durian thinks that this green curry tasted like sayur lodeh, an Indonesian delicacy!
Quite some of the vegetables had turned yellow. Frankly speaking, this stir-fried vege doesn't look appealing at all. Somehow, the sweet broth saved the dish, and the tomatoes added a sour twist to the broth making it appeals to my palate (I have a weakness for sour food).
The sweet tapioca was decent. Tapioca was cooked in sugar syrup until caramelized and drizzled with coconut cream. It was quite a filling dessert though.