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The Tiramisu was to-die-for. Super luxe and indulgent cream in between layers of coffee infused sponge. The cup looked fairly large but we polished it quickly. Part of a 3 course lunch set made even more affordable with the burpplebeyond deal.

Roasted Shrimps ($14),

Shrimps were super fresh and the gravy was so flavourful that we just had to order a basket of sourdough bread($4) to mop it up.

Lechon Sisig ($14)
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2nd visit here after the first failed attempt due to the incessant queue that moves at a snail’s pace. A first time trying Filipino cuisine and so stoked that the experience was an absolute pleasure. The sisig is essentially made from chopped up parts of the pig’s head. There’s even chopped up pig’s ears added to this mix. So much flavour with a smoky charred taste and this went really well with white rice.

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Costillas Adobadas ($35)
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The Chile rubbed pork ribs @lasalsasingapore were well flavoured and carried a nice smoky char. It [email protected] been perfect if the ribs were a bit more moist or fatty the way I love my ribs.
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Thank you @burpple for the invitation to this eat-up and @lasalsasingapore for the hospitality.

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Fried Crispy Pig Intestines ($5.50)
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Probably the best crispy intestines I have ever had and all for just $5.50 @chuanhungnoodle . The intestines were clean and had no hint of porkiness. This is also the first time I had intestines with leek stuff in the centre. The accompanying spiced pepper powder also went so well as a dip for these babies!

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Kway Chup
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The queue at Ah Kwang Kuey Chup located in tampines is evident of its popularity. Unfortunately, due to the stall owners’ age, their last day of business is 23 June. After about 30mins of queuing, we finally got our order. The braised big intestines was my absolute favourite, so tender and so tasty with no hint of the porky odour. All the other ingredients had been braised to perfection and was not too salty. The kway was also silky smooth. I’ll miss this when they are gone for good.

Nasi Ambeng ($32 for 2pax)
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Been craving nasi ambeng for the longest time and chanced upon this @padibussorah ’s version. The allure of being served multiple crowd favourite ingredients altogether on a platter shouldn’t be undermined. This platter appeared too ginormous for 2 but once we started attacking, almost everything was gone by the time we were done. My favourites from the platter were the beef rendang, the curry chicken, begedil and the fried coconut flakes. The mishmash of ingredients slathered with coconut gravy over the rice is a heavenly combination. This is definitely not the best ambeng I’ve had but good enough to satisfy the craving.

Rose Latte ($7.90)
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Homemade rose syrup with warm milk @nicolesflowersg . Simple but perfectly executed. Aesthetically appealing, subtle rose fragrance and comforting lukewarm milk. Petals did get in the way at times though. Loved the space adorned with an abundance of dried flowers. Every dish was also decorated with them

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Quarter($9.90)
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@chixhotchicken is definitely serving up one of the best fried chicken in sg. The skin is paper-thin but bursting with flavour and crunch and the meat is so juicy. There are 4 published levels of spice to choose from. I went for the medium which is a level 2. It would be suitable for Singaporeans with a basic tolerance level for chilli. We also had the chicken tenders of varying levels of hotness starting at level 3 and I threw in the towel at level 4 with tears and sweat thrown in too! Special mention to the coleslaw which provided a refreshing respite from the heat as their housemade coleslaw was extra aromatic from the cumin spices added.
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Thank you @burpple for the invitation to this eat-up and @chixhotchicken for the hospitality.

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Peanut Butter Slice ($8.90)
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A superb cake loaded with thick luscious and rich peanut butter @awfullychocolatesg . Definitely on the sweeter side but the savoury peanut butter helps cut the sweetness a tinge. The cake is a perfect match with the signature Hei ice cream ($8 double scoop) as the dark bitter notes of the chocolate compliments the peanut butter so well.

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Stirfried Sambal Chives with Duotou Clams ($22.80)
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It’s clam season again @putien_sg and this season is always a must visit. There’s a running promo of 2 clam dishes for $39.80 while members get 2 dishes at $35.80 which is a super food deal. I loved both clam dishes. The sambal chives isn’t overly pungent or spicy and the clams are cook perfectly. The salted spicy clams is like a spin-off salt & crispy chicken pop. I also love the steamed duotou clam with minced garlic as the gravy is fantastic to drizzle over rice.

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Big Breakfast ($19.80)
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Weekends be like this @thegardenslug . I should thank my baby @taro.the.dachshund for having diarrhoea 😂 since a trip to the vet also net me such an appetizing breakfast? This platter is just everything i want. Scrambled eggs, bacon, sauteed mushrooms, grilled tomato, 3 sausages, hashbrowns and 2 slices of bread. Also in picture is the tomyum pasta vongole ($19.50) that was so appetizing with its pasta noodles coated with a zesty and tangy sauce and a generous serving of white clams.

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