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My experience at 328 Katong Laksa & Awfully Chocolate

Hi guys! Zelia and I finally met up after such a long time and this time we went food hunting instead of an ordinary shopping/movie date. We actually did a lot of things on that day! But it will be in 2 separate posts because I'm a bit particular about food posts so I will just focus on the Katong area!!

We actually had a hard time finding that place because we came down from Bishan and we don't know where to stop at Kembangan, Paya Lebar or Eunos. Well, I suggested Kembangan and we ended up losing our way so we went Paya Lebar and LUCKILY there was a shuttle bus to bring us to 112 Katong Mall. So we explored 112 Katong Mall for an hour and headed out to find food!


and came across the FAMOUS 328 Katong Laksa!
We reached there about 4:30pm and it wasn't crowded at all! So we were kinda having our early dinner/late lunch at the same time.
Small - $4.00
Medium - $5.00
Large - $6.00

Time for some laksa!
Love the focus effect! Look at the mouth-watering, hot, superb bowl of laksa!
Another chio shot of the laksa by Zelia! Can smell the *heavenly* delicious laksa!!
Here's an unglam photo of me!
and pretty Zelia!


haha Zelia told me that

"A good bowl of laksa does not need a pair of chopsticks"


So our efforts of coming down to Katong to eat was not wasted! Haha! 328 Katong Laksa is a must try! ^.^

328 Katong Laksa is located near 112 Katong Mall and Holy Family Church.


So after that we headed to Awfully Chocolate located just opposite 112 Katong Mall to have some cakes and ice cream! (Okay I lied) we actually had that before we went to eat the laksa.

The really tempting and the sweetness of the ice cream, simply just love it!
Zelia tried Cake Of The Day and it was Strawberry Nutella Cake! It was quite a big slice and you can taste the creamy taste of the strawberry ice frosting and the brown colour cream you see is the nutella cream! Haha I thought it was peanut butter!

Another chio photo of Zelia.

and ending of the blogpost with a photo of myself!
Bye! (:


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