“People who love to eat are always the best people –Julia Child”. For most VJC students, or any student for that matter, break times are the highlight of the day, simply because that’s the time when we get to partake in our favorite hobby – FEASTING. The Victorian Press finds out more about the favorite foods of some of our very own VJ students.

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Name: Claris Kang

What is your favorite food from the VJ Canteen? : I like the chicken chop with rice from the Grill and pasta stall

How much does it cost? : $2.40

Why do you like it? : I like the brown sauce

What are you eating now? : Char Kway Teow from the Economic Bee hoon and fried noodle stall, add egg. It costs $2.60.

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Name: Jorell Ng

What is your favorite food from the VJ Canteen? : I don’t have a favorite food, but I have a favorite food stall. My favorite food stall is whichever that has the shortest queue.

How much does it cost? : Around $3

Why do you like it? : It varies because different stalls have different queues at different queue times

What are you eating now? : Chicken rice add potato cake and egg, with soya bean drink. It costs $3.40.

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Name: Chen Yu

What is your favorite food from the VJ Canteen? : Dancer drink from the Fruit and juices stall, but all the food in the canteen is nice.

How much does it cost? : $1.50

Why do you like it? : Its vibrant fragrances is appetizing, and orally stimulating to the taste buds. It also looks very appealing.

What are you eating now? : Chicken rice add potato cake and egg, with Dancer drink. It costs $4.40.

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Name: Frances Pek

What is your favorite food from the VJ Canteen? : Chicken cutlet from the Western Stall

How much does it cost? : $2.80

Why do you like it? : It tastes good and also comes with 2 sides. The sauce is also very nice.

What are you eating now? : Beef rendang with fish from the Malay food stall, with a milo drink. It costs $3.70.

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Name: Kum Kai Weng

What is your favorite food from the VJ Canteen? : Chicken cutlet from the Western Stall

How much does it cost? : $2.80

Why do you like it? : The mash potato and chicken are all fried to perfection, they are not too crispy yet not too soggy – the perfect balance.

What are you eating now? : Beef rendang with fish from the Malay food stall, with teh si bing drink. It costs $4.

Well, it looks like everyone has different food preferences, but what all of us have in common is our shared love for food. After all, Singapore is a melting pot of different cuisines and cultures, and our food is nothing if not representative of that!

Victoria Cheung, 16A14

Kwek Zhan Hao, 15S49

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