Location: #03-01, 62 Sungei Kadut Loop, International Furniture Centre
Opening Hours: Daily 11.00am-6.00pm
Curry Puff from Mummy Yummy was much better than I expected. A flavourful potato masala in the center, and an expertly fried crust.
Price: $1.00/pc. 7/10
Olive Fried Rice was one of their special dishes. I was pleased to see that no egg was added inside the the rice. The fried rice isn't going to win any awards, but good enough to fill the stomach.
Price: $1.00. 6/10
Char Siew Rice. This portion was quite small, and was literally just mock char siew and rice. I selected a couple of pieces of tofu on the side as well, for an additional $0.50. Once again this is a very simple meal, so there is not much I can say about it. But the char siew quality was very nice, not the horrid doughy kind that many hawkers use.
Price: $1.50 (additional 50c for tofu). 6/10
Conclusion - I could talk in greater detailed about the quality of the food at Mummy Yummy, but that is not what's important here. Mummy Yummy isn't pretending or trying to serve restaurant quality food, they are simply trying to help people who need the help, and as long as the food is vegetarian, I will be giving Mummy Yummy my full support. What Singapore also needs is a non-human version of Mummy Yummy, for the countless stray/wild animals in Singapore, who are not only struggling to find food, but are being brutally murdered by
Food - 6/10
Service - 8/10
Value - 10/10