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Burnt Cheesecake - Oozy Goodness🤤 🍴DINE OUT🍴 📍The Kins’ Cafe, Pasir Panjang📍 💸Scrambled Egg Croissant: $16 💸 Wagyu Beef Yakiniku Rice Bowl: $20 💸 Kins’ Burnt Cheesecake: $8 💸 Houjicha Burnt Cheesecake: $8.50 💸 Matcha Latte: $6 💸 Iced Houjicha Latte: $7 ... Late to the game, but we’ve been eyeing The Kins’ burnt cheesecake since forever and finally here we are! That oozy creamy layer sandwiched between the fluffy cheesecake layers was easily the highlight of our meal, totally worth all the calories consumed, yums🤤 We also tried their brunch/ mains menu and the scrambled egg croissant definitely fared better then the beef bowl. The beef bowl was a tad too oily for our taste😂 The Kins’ is conveniently located opposite Pasir Panjang mrt with outdoor🌿and limited indoor seating. Definitely recommend you to make reservations before your visit as there is a constant stream of customers so you’ll have to wait quite a bit but that cheesecake will make your wait worth it!!
Kins’ Scrambled Eggs On Croissant It’s been awhile since I had candied bacon. Definitely not a common ingredient here in SG but I am glad Kins offered. Their brunch and mains options are great and I love how simple, comforting and delicious the scrambled eggs and croissant are for this dish. Kins’ Scrambled Eggs on Croissant with Candied Bacon and Feta Cheese ($16) Latte ($6 + $1 ice option) Ratings: 🦖🦖🦖🦖
Original Basque Cheesecake Absolute sucker for basque cheesecake that are toasted on the surface with gooey cheese filling flowing out. Have been sourcing for alternatives of Olivia’s. This piece meets the expectations of gooey-ness but the filling does taste a lot more yoghurt-ish than cheesy. I do like how the cheesecake on the outside is soft and moist. Sadly their Hojicha flavour is OOS. Will probably come back to try and share my verdict! Cream Puff ($7.50) Ratings: 🦖🦖🦖
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One of the Better, More Affordable Ramen Out There! Priced at $10.90, this bowl of shoyu ramen came with 2 slices of pork cheek and half of an onsen egg. Simply delicious - I was polishing off this entire bowl. Bamboo shoots didn’t have to usual chemical scent to it unlike most stores, and they added raw onion as garnishing which gave the dish a depth. Swapped my noodles out from thick wavy ones, to thin and straight ones. Noodles were springy. Pork cheek was well marinated and tender, with a slight charring on its surface. Not bad. Service staff were attentive and friendly. It’s no wonder this place has a never ending queue during peak period!
a good bowl of ramen $10.90 for a bowl of Spicy Tonkotsu w/ Tamago. The egg texture and the softness of the Cha Shu just melts in your mouth. SO Ramen is alSO very genrous with the amount of meat.
Grand Tonkotsu Ramen ($13.90++) What is jealousy? Some might simply say that it is an emotion. Others might think it is an uncontrollable philosophy. When one perceives a feeling or a thought that appears to threaten the very fabric of their reality, often times jealousy would come to precede agitation. And that ladies and gentlemen, is how I feel towards my second favourite ramen restaurant only being available in the East and North while my waking desire for a warm bowl of ramen brews with envy for days on end. Sō Ramen prides itself on its affordable bowls of hot piping ramen served with simplicity in mind. Walking in to the restaurant alone presents you with an air of refinement and aptitude while still maintaining a depth of homeliness. From watching the chefs tirelessly cooking up a pot of broth that will then go on to serve hundreds of customers a day, one could truly experience their ramen first-hand from the very beginning. Their Grand Tonkotsu Ramen ($13.90++) is truly a remarkable bowl of ramen, hailing from a pristine silver place in my heart. The tonkotsu broth fused beautifully with their aromatic black garlic sauce, achieving a refined and effervescent soup that is both flavourful and light all at once. What’s even more incredible has to be the generous trifecta of luscious melt in your mouth various pork cuts. The holy trinity features a sublime Toroniku (braised pork cheek), Cha Shu (braised pork belly in cha shu) and my personal favourite, a thick and hearty slab of Buta Kakuni (braised pork belly in special sauce). Don’t even think about leaving the establishment without trying their Mustard Chicken ($3.80), a serving of golden-brown fried chicken drizzled with a playfully tangy vinaigrette and mustard seeds for a mild acidity that helps to cut through any greasy goodness from the chicken.
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Full Slab Baby Back Ribs Order this lunch set for $34.9. It comes with soup and drink. The ribs is good.
✨Morganfield’s 🇸🇬✨ ⁣ ⁣ Let’s countdown to a ribstastic new year! 😍😍🤩 ⁣ ⁣ Feat one of their sharing platters: The Morgan Ribs Sampler. ($123.90) This is a very good sharing platter to order if you want to sample their ribs in different sauces. From left to right: Christmas flavor Hazelnut (+$2), spicy asian bbq sauce & hickory bbq sauce. ⁣ ⁣ Out of all the sauces, I liked the spicy Asian bbq sauce the most cause it appealed to my Asian taste buds hahaha. ⁣ The hazelnut sauce was a miss for me. ⁣ ⁣ All in all, a good place to celebrate 🎉🎄🎉🥳 the year away & welcome 2020. 😘😌 ⁣ ⁣ 🍽 I dined at the outlet at @thestarvista ⁣ They have outlets at @sunteccity @vivocitysingapore @orchardcentral ⁣ ⁣ 🕰 Sun-Thurs 11.00am-11.00pm Sat & PH 11.00am-midnight ⁣ ⁣ #burrple #ribs
Orange Marmalade Glazed Whole Gammon Ham ($179.90 Set) @ Morganfield's. Served with another 5 side dishes, good for between 5 to 10 people. . This festive dish stood out because instead of honey, they've used oranges and orange marmalade to glaze the gammon ham. . This lends a bright fruity sweet flavour that isn't cloying, complementing the natural salty savoury smoky notes of the ham, making it nicely pleasant to eat, even in large slices. . Weighing 3kg before being cooked, this Christmas ham was a delight with its succulent tender juicy texture. . . . Morganfield's More details in profile & blog
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