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For 1-for-1 Rice & Noodle Bowl (save ~$15) Find joy in delicious local fusion donburis at Izy Fook. Indulge in their Duroc Cha Shu Don ($14) featuring honey glazed pork and fluffy nanatsubashi rice, or their springy Izy Mee Pok ($17) that comes with tiger prawns and lap cheung. Order their crowd favourite, Miso Chicken Don ($14), and a side of Onigirazu Fried Chicken ($8) for a midweek treat! Photo by Burppler Mich C *Eligible for 1-for-1 Takeaways till 30th June
Burpple
7w
Char Siew Roast Pork Platter Highlights of the dinner at @izyfook the other night! Favorite 4 includes (1) Char Siew; Roast Pork (the golden ratio of fats to meat, sweet caramelised taste for the char siew and crackling good for the roast pork) (2) Superior Prawn Mee Pok (very localized flavors with broth brimming of hei bee flavors) (3) Apollo Roast Half Spring Chicken (very tender with ginger and scallion herbs blend. Hints of spiciness resemblance of that thai flavor.) And (4) Steamed Clams in Dashi (plump sweet clams in a broth filled with sweet umami flavors. Give me some mee sua to go with it!
Rachelle
7w
Easily the most impressive donburi I’ve had of late I wasn’t 100% sure about trying this Wagyu Truffle Don ($34) cause of the steep price, and also cause I ain’t the biggest fan of truffle oil. But then I took a bite, and alright Izy Fook you got me convinced. There’s literally nothing bad I can say about this, nothing for me to pick on. First of all, they used nanatsuboshi Hokkaido rice in this and it was superbly cooked. Moist and just the right amount of sticky, if that makes any sense. Thin slices of wagyu were flavourful, tender, and juicy, with the perfect meat-to-meat ratio. Underneath that hides a slow-cooked egg with a beautiful runny yolk, and when you mix it all up that lends a wonderfully rich flavour to the whole rice bowl. But most importantly, the truffle oil wasn’t overly potent. Just enough to perfume the dish without overpowering everything — and that really sealed the deal for me.
Nobelle
30w
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For Adventurous Wine-ing and Dining Impress your date at this hip, unfussy joint on Club Street that's great for inventive cooking and natural wines (they carry small quantities of ~200 types). Start with their House-baked Sourdough ($6) and house-cured Charcuterie ($16). Then, have the Cedar Jelly and Foie Gras Toast ($16) for a melt-in-your-mouth moment you won't forget. The menu changes frequently, but the Beef Tongue Sammy ($26) and the Endive ($21) — a salad that is perfectly complemented by Kyoho grape and tete de moine cheese — are mainstays you must not miss. If available, end your meal with the Birch Syrup Tart. Photo by Burppler Kel Song
Burpple
18w
Beef Tongue And Gribiche Sandwich ($26++) Generous beef tongue with creamy mayonnaise-style sauce in between well toasted sliced bread. It’s good but portion is smaller than expected. This was the best dish of the night. We also ordered their cedar jelly and foie gras toast $18 (tasted like buttered toast), mushroom and black truffle croquettes $24 (2 mouthful of deep fried creamy mushroom croquette) and molasses tart and orange chantilly $12. Overall the food tastes good but not as amazing as I thought it would be from the reviews and the portions are small. Will I come back again? No. But I’m glad I’ve tried it.
Ting
24w
For Adventurous Wine-ing and Dining Impress your date at this hip, unfussy joint on Club Street that's great for inventive cooking and natural wines (they carry small quantities of ~200 types). Start with their House-baked Sourdough ($6) and house-cured Charcuterie ($16). Then, have the Cedar Jelly and Foie Gras Toast ($16) for a melt-in-your-mouth moment you won't forget. The menu changes frequently, but the Beef Tongue Sammy ($26) and the Endive ($21) — a salad that is perfectly complemented by Kyoho grape and tete de moine cheese — are mainstays you must not miss. If available, end your meal with the Birch Syrup Tart. Photo by Burppler Katherine Catapang
Burpple
29w
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Bento(Delivery) Overall quite good, esp the sweet and sour pork which was well marinated. Omelette was decent as well but the fish was wayyyy too salty(even for a guy who loves strong flavours)
Wuu
2h
Here is a great deal that deserves our attention, imagine a chock full of braised seafood over a bed of rice at a promotional price of $19.90, almost 50% off the usual price of $38. Will that entice and pique your interest? If it does, you have until 30 June 2020 to place your order via WhatsApp (contact detail below) and enjoy this rate before the promotion ends. Shining brightly on the spotlight is the popular Lè Fusion’s Braised Abalone Seafood Rice, which is value-for-money and the portion can easily fill 2 pax. Not only does each set comes with a reasonably sized 6-head abalone, you can also expect jumbo prawns, scallops, mussels, fish and squid on top a bed of white rice. The braising consommé will be packed separately for the delivery and all you need to do is to heat it up before pouring it over like a Chinese mui fan. Besides the braised seafood rice, you can also get classic zichar dishes under the Lè Fusion’s Asian Specials such as the Stir Fry Dragon Green Scallion with Silver Sprout ($12), Sweet & Sour Lychee Pork ($16) or the Crispy Pork Belly Mantou ($12), which I especially like as the pork belly has zero of that porky aroma. In addition, it is slow-roasted with a crispy crackling skin that is similar to the Philippine’s lechon and then paired with marinated salted vegetables, mayonnaise and crushed peanuts; all sandwiched over a steamed mantou for a truly fusion dish of two cultures. When you order from the online shop, there is a free islandwide delivery for orders above $100 or enjoy 15% off when you quote LEFUSION15 for delivery orders. •••••••••••••••••••• 📍Lè Fusion 80 Mohamed Sultan Road, The Pier at Robertson, Unit 01-07/08/09, Singapore 239013 WhatsApp +65 6363 9966 for Braised Abalone Seafood Rice promo https://lefusion.oddle.me/en_SG/
Julius
4w
So my FB feed has been showing this every day, so this morning when the Mrs ask what to eat for lunch, I said I’ll order you seafood. (Happy Face appeared) I ordered the Braised Seafood Rice from @lefusion_sg. (with 1 abalone, 2 prawns, 2 scallops, 3 mussels, 1 mushroom, 3 pieces of sotong, 1 ‘plant’ of vegetable (not 2 or 3 leaves only) Price only $19.90, if you call or WhatsApp, not via website). I Whatapp them early not expecting any answer till later coz they only open at 11 am, but someone replied at 10.39! So they confirm my order, I paid via QR Code and that’s it. I opted to self collect, coz no ERP now. Also it’s around 15 mins away. So happy and full. Now back to work. Churning data for my users....
Keropok
4w
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Never Have I Ever... gotten my favouritest prawn noodles as a takeaway until yesterday! But I am thrilled to announce, Circuit Breaker or not, there is NO COMPROMISE to the taste of Da Dong Prawn Noodles. If you order the soup version, they pack their famously concentrated-with-rich-umami-goodness broth separate from everything else. Therefore, if you’re not having it immediately, you can warm up the broth before pouring it on without affecting the al dente-ness of the noodles or overcooking the prawns. We didn’t have to since it‘s only a short drive home. As for the dry version, it is also epic shiokness once you splash on a tiny amount of the robust soup and give the noodles and savoury housemade sambal a proper toss. My standard order is the $10 portion with prawn and pork rib and I recommend you just zero in on that. There’s a generous portion of noodles (I go for a mix of yellow mee and thick beehoon) and comes with large prawns that have been peeled and halved lengthwise as well as a few pieces of flavourfully-simmered, tender pork ribs. Sometimes, if I want to take things up a notch, I add on pig’s intestines or liver. They do both very well.
Veronica
8w
Pork Rib Prawn Noodles Comes with prawns, bean sprouts, kang kong, pork ribs and crispy pork lard. The ribs were tender soft which detach from the bone easily. Soup was more creamy rather than rich and it’s not refillable. A little pricy for the portion served too 》$8/regular
Triffany
14w
Dry Pork Rib Prawn Kway Teow 5nett Chili was normal, pork ribs and prawns were not bad. But I really liked how their did they kway teow, it's soft and almost sticky, quite different from my favourite stall at yuhua. Their sauce base was also quite fragrant, if subtle. Theres no refill for the soup and for good reason, it's the most intense bowl of prawn broth I've had. It's pure prawn umami and sweetness, not like other places with gao soup beefed up by pork stock. Sip slowly, I needed to take gulps of water in between sips lol. Definitely a must-try, I love super gao prawn broths and this is the first bowl up to my standard
Wuu
14w
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