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From @kiaptogether by @slake.sg; perhaps the mildest of the four but certainly just as satisfying, the Sukiyaki Beef Taco was simply a crowd-pleaser. Layered with purple cabbage, coriander, umami mayo, and thin beef shabu slices marinated with sukiyaki sauce, the familiar sweet-savoury profile was foolproof. I enjoyed the textures and the slight smokiness from the charred tortillas.

Priced at $6.90 each when you order them ala carte; score a deal with their 12 Taco feast at $65.

* To order, go onto https://order.slake.sg. Pick-up and delivery are available. Orders above $85 are applicable for free

From @kiaptogether by @slake.sg; my favourite of the lot of Asian tacos they offer was their Filipino Pork Belly Sisig Taco. Juicy and savoury, the pork belly sisig just ticks all the right boxes for me. The flavours came through beautifully and the ingredients complemented well with one another. It was mildly spicy but the seasoning was well-balanced - a little tangy and very lip-smacking. The bits of pickled cucumber also gave the taco a boost by delivering a zippy, almost sweet note as well as a touch of crunch.

Priced at $6.90 each when you order them ala carte; score a deal with their 12 Taco feast at $65.

* To order, go onto https://order.slake.sg. Pick-up and delivery are available. Orders above $85 are applicable for free delivery.

If you are seeking that extra kick and heat, the Vietnamese Cha Ca Cod Taco is the answer.

From @kiaptogether by @slake.sg; think sriracha aioli, charred spring onion, purple cabbage and battered fried Atlantic cod sprinkled on with some sesame seeds, all wrapped in a soft tortilla. Though it didn’t sear my taste buds, it was the spiciest of the lot. The fish was succulent and matched wonderfully with the heavier tasting elements.

Priced at $6.90 each when you order them ala carte; score a deal with their 12 Taco feast at $65.

* To order, go onto https://order.slake.sg. Pick-up and delivery are available. Orders above $85 are applicable for free delivery.

To get your Taco Tuesday cravings sorted, I would highly recommend @kiaptogether by @slake.sg for solid and quality Asian inspired tacos! Priced at $6.90 each when you order them ala carte; score a deal with their 12 Taco feast at $65.

The notable scent I picked up when I first opened the box was of the Torikatsu Curry Chicken Taco. Fragrant, thick and mildly sweet, the Japanese curry mayo paired superbly well with the lime leaf chicken. Although the torikatsu was not very crispy (having travelled at least an hour before reaching my place), the meat itself was sufficiently moist and seasoned nicely as you can discern the taste of spices. There was also a good crunch with the addition of purple cabbage in the mix.

* To order, go onto https://order.slake.sg. Pick-up and delivery are available. Orders above $85 are applicable for free delivery.

From The Whisking Well’s Mother’s Day special bakesale, the Lemon Raspberry Loaf Cake served as a sort of palate cleanser for me. Fresh lemons and raspberry jam made from scratch with no sugar added, the slice was moist and refreshing. The icing was thankfully not overwhelmingly sweet and unlike some others that I have tried, the layer wasn’t thick. The dark horse (pun intended), however, was the Black Cocoa Brownie which was fudgy, rich, and not overly dense. A quick pop into the microwave made it even better. The chunks of walnuts found in the bake also helped cut a tinge of the heaviness and added nice bits of crunch. And a close second was the soft Belgium Chocolate Crinkle Cookies. A chocolate lover’s dream come true, they were decadent, tender, and moreish.

Having snagged a box from The Whisking Well’s Mother’s Day special earlier this month, I was excited to give them a try and of course the occasion was merely an excuse to indulge in more sweets. Eyeing their exclusive Rose Burnt Cheesecake, I was initially drawn to the 'pretty in pink' slice. Softest of the trio, it had a very luxe and creamy texture. Limited to the particular bake sale, the cake’s gentle hint of floral was distinct but not too out of place with the savouriness of the cheese-rich layer. The flavours from the Matcha Burnt Cheesecake on the other hand, did not meld together as well in my opinion; being the bitterness of the tea and the saltish tang of the cheese. Hence, if I was to pick, the OG Burnt Cheesecake would be my favourite of the three. The burnt taste was most prominent with the original flavour and had a balanced profile.

Savouring every single bite, I utterly enjoyed
@ganache.sg ’s signature Pandan Chiffon ($22). One of the best renditions I have tasted, the homemade cake was soft, airy, and surprisingly moist. In all its simplicity and glory, the classic flavour was done superbly well. Freshly baked with no artificial colouring, flavouring or preservative; what stood out for me was the irresistible and distinctive fragrance that just lingers gently in the mouth. The cake was also not overly sweet, great for tea time and breakfast. Just fluffy perfection! So good that I have since ordered a handful of times.

*Order via DM or WhatsApp Lorrine. Delivery fee varies from $4 to $12 depending on location.

Savouring every single bite, I utterly enjoyed
@ganache.sg ’s signature Pandan Chiffon ($22). One of the best renditions I have tasted, the homemade cake was soft, airy, and surprisingly moist. In all its simplicity and glory, the classic flavour was done superbly well. Freshly baked with no artificial colouring, flavouring or preservative; what stood out for me was the irresistible and distinctive fragrance that just lingers gently in the mouth. The cake was also not overly sweet, great for tea time and breakfast. Just fluffy perfection! So good that I have since ordered a handful of times.

*Order via DM or WhatsApp Lorrine. Delivery fee varies from $4 to $12 depending on location.

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Savouring every single bite, I utterly enjoyed
@ganache.sg ’s signature Pandan Chiffon ($22). One of the best renditions I have tasted, the homemade cake was soft, airy, and surprisingly moist. In all its simplicity and glory, the classic flavour was done superbly well. Freshly baked with no artificial colouring, flavouring or preservative; what stood out for me was the irresistible and distinctive fragrance that just lingers gently in the mouth. The cake was also not overly sweet, great for tea time and breakfast. Just fluffy perfection! So good that I have since ordered a handful of times.

*Order via DM or WhatsApp Lorrine. Delivery fee varies from $4 to $12 depending on location.

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Nothing beats the aroma of a piping hot pie fresh from a wood-fired oven! But for now, we can only have the next best thing and that, I believe is Zazz Pizza delivered right to our doorstep. At $26, their namesake pizza comes with Australian ribeye, mozzarella, mixed mushrooms, parmesan, truffle cream, rucola, and cherry tomatoes. Although the pizza crust was regrettably soft and the ribeye beef chunks a tad dry, the flavours were certainly superb. A simple and elegant combination, the specialty white pizza had a good amount of greens to counter the heaviness of the meat. The earthy notes from the mushrooms and truffle cream also worked harmoniously with the savouriness of the cheeses as well as the burst of sweetness from the tomatoes.

*Free islandwide delivery for orders above $60

Foolproof and satisfying despite having been in a box for an hour or so, the Parma ($26) pizza arrived as a bare red pizza with melted mozzarella and the ingredients separated in another container; which I figured helped retain some of the freshness. Dressed with parma ham, rucola, pomegranate, and shaved parmesan; the classic pie was salty though not overwhelmingly so. The rucola as well as pomegranate adding a refreshing sharpness and texture to the dish. There was also a pleasant touch of smokiness from the distinct leopard-spotting.

*Free islandwide delivery for orders above $60

Foolproof and satisfying despite having been in a box for an hour or so, the Parma ($26) pizza arrived as a bare red pizza with melted mozzarella and the ingredients separated in another container; which I figured helped retain some of the freshness. Dressed with parma ham, rucola, pomegranate, and shaved parmesan; the classic pie was salty though not overwhelmingly so. The rucola as well as pomegranate adding a refreshing sharpness and texture to the dish. There was also a pleasant touch of smokiness from the distinct leopard-spotting.

*Free islandwide delivery for orders above $60