Takoyaki Balls

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Takoyaki Balls

Postby Guest » Sat Mar 27, 2010 1:53 pm

Recently, I am a bit :siao: over those Takoyaki Balls. Found the one at AMK quite nice and cheap (4 pcs for $2), so just wondering if there are better ones around? :?

Seldom see them as permanent stalls, apart from those at Pasar Malam. Anyone knows where the permanent stalls are, maybe can list them here? Thanks.

1) AMK, not sure of block number, same row as Bee Cheng Heng 美珍香, 4 for $2. There's ham, prawns, squid and tuna. Can mix.

2) AMK Hub, B2, food street near NTUC. Quite expensive 3 for $2.20, chicken, prawns, squid. Cannot mix.

3) Gindaco at ION Orchard, #B4-64/65, food stall infront of the food court.

4) the basement of BUGIS junction

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Re: Takoyaki Balls

Postby KoalaMummy » Sat Mar 27, 2010 1:58 pm

25hourmaid wrote:Recently, I am a bit :siao: over those Takoyaki Balls. Found the one at AMK quite nice and cheap (4 pcs for $2), so just wondering if there are better ones around? :?

Seldom see them as permanent stalls, apart from those at Pasar Malam. Anyone knows where the permanent stalls are, maybe can list them here? Thanks.

1) AMK, not sure of block number, same row as Bee Cheng Heng 美珍香, 4 for $2. There's ham, prawns, squid and tuna. Can mix.

2) AMK Hub, B2, food street near NTUC. Quite expensive 3 for $2.20, chicken, prawns, squid. Cannot mix.

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i thot there's quite a lot of places selling it, like Bishan Junction 8, Plaza Singapura etc. I think most mall have them too, if i'm not wrong. Tho i'm too too sure of the prices... :oops:

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Postby tankee » Sat Mar 27, 2010 2:01 pm

go try this

Gindaco at ION Orchard, #B4-64/65, food stall infront of the food court

once you have tried this one, i doubt you would like others found in Singapore :wink:

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Postby Guest » Sat Mar 27, 2010 2:08 pm

KoalaMummy, thanks for the listing, but I have not ventured to those places for quite a while, so have not seen them.
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Postby Guest » Sat Mar 27, 2010 2:09 pm

tankee wrote:go try this

Gindaco at ION Orchard, #B4-64/65, food stall infront of the food court

once you have tried this one, i doubt you would like others found in Singapore :wink:


Really ah? :lol: Will go and try it the next time I am in that area! Thanks for the lead! :wink:
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Re: Takoyaki Balls

Postby VitoRelax » Sun Mar 28, 2010 12:44 am

25hourmaid wrote:Recently, I am a bit :siao: over those Takoyaki Balls.
Paiseh, what balls are these that you are crazy over ? :?

Japanese satay balls ?

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Re: Takoyaki Balls

Postby Guest » Sun Mar 28, 2010 7:29 am

VitoRelax wrote:
25hourmaid wrote:Recently, I am a bit :siao: over those Takoyaki Balls.
Paiseh, what balls are these that you are crazy over ? :?

Japanese satay balls ?


No, don't think it is called Jap satay balls.

These Takoyaki balls are about the size of ping pong balls and they usually come with a piece of either chicken, prawn or squid inside. Then they put some mayo and BBQ sauce (I think) over them before throwing some 'leaf-like' stuff over them. They usually come in 4s and are served in those stereform boxes that Macs used to use for their burgers.

Alamak, I hope I am making sense here. :slapshead:
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Re: Takoyaki Balls

Postby VitoRelax » Mon Mar 29, 2010 12:37 am

25hourmaid wrote:
VitoRelax wrote:
25hourmaid wrote:Recently, I am a bit :siao: over those Takoyaki Balls.
Paiseh, what balls are these that you are crazy over ? :?

Japanese satay balls ?


No, don't think it is called Jap satay balls.

These Takoyaki balls are about the size of ping pong balls and they usually come with a piece of either chicken, prawn or squid inside. Then they put some mayo and BBQ sauce (I think) over them before throwing some 'leaf-like' stuff over them. They usually come in 4s and are served in those stereform boxes that Macs used to use for their burgers.

Alamak, I hope I am making sense here. :slapshead:


Hmmm ... got picture of this Taroyaki balls boh ?

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Postby tree nymph » Mon Mar 29, 2010 2:03 am

the basement of BUGIS junction has got one.

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Postby tree nymph » Mon Mar 29, 2010 2:05 am

tankee wrote:go try this

Gindaco at ION Orchard, #B4-64/65, food stall infront of the food court

once you have tried this one, i doubt you would like others found in Singapore :wink:


tankee,

is this the one from Ginza Food Street in Japan? Cos the best one i have had so far is from there. The queue is horrible!

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