From Hot Pans at The Bedok Marketplace, a new stall which serves Dutch Baby Pancakes. This was a classic flavour that can't get wrong; caramalised apples, apple cubes, raisins, cinnamon and salted caramel ice-cream atop a Dutch Baby Pancake served in a small pan. The pancake was eggy and crepe-like, crisp on the edges though it gets a little bit denser further in. At $7.50, this is possibly one of the most affordable baby pancakes you can get; would probably try their classic variant when I am back in the area some day.
The steak was done medium well..usually i take medium rare but was sharing with a friend and she doesn't want to see a bloody mess.. (in Singapore, better to ask for medium rare coz it always ends up being medium well or well done when its serve). Surprisingly it was done perfectly. The meat was very tender and juicy..i couldn't get enough of it. And the sweet potato mash was equally good.
This is an overhyped korean dessert with more and more shops opening. Tbh it tastes like the normal snow ice desserts which existed in sg before this. But the ice shaved is much finer. Priced close to $20. I doubt i'd be going back anytime soon :x
The best chirashi don i have ever tried. The rice itself beats everything. The rice mixed with fish roe seems to be bursting with flavour with every bite. Strongly recommended. But a little pricey. $40 for the chirashi. But definitely worth it
$13.50 | the portion of smoked salmon is far too little the salad side was tasty, the scrambled eggs were a little salty on one side. Overall, this dish was worth it 🙌🏻👍🏻
My virgin experience trying geoduck ("That's a sea creature!?" was my response). This is equivalent to sashimi, but in Chinese cuisine. Served cold with wasabi and soy sauce, which make me doubt about the true origin of this dish, it's slightly rubbery and without any fishy taste and smell. An eye opening experience for sure!
Pretty legit. Tastes quite like the ones I had in Bangkok (if you discount the fact that we cannot use pig blood in Singapore). If you're looking for a real meal, don't bother with the small bowl ($1.90)-- just go for the big one ($5.50/6.00) which tbh isn't that big, but good enough for a meal. 🍜
Braised beef tendon noodles has better quality meat than if you DIYed your bowl with the "beef slices" option, & only for 50 cents more. Yum yum in my tum tum.
They messed up my order (I asked for non-spicy) but willingly cooked me a new bowl, with an apologetic half of a boiled egg to make amends. Thanks guys, appreciate it!