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Hot 100 2019
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It was intriguing how this place has always been packed and seen with a queue outside, with pretty much just Hamburg and a limited few other items on their menu. We checked it out when we saw the moment without a queue outside the entrance. Besides its popular cheese Hamburg steak, we also had its A4 Wagyu steak. Frankly, neither impressed us in ways we expected them to be. The cheese Hamburg didn’t stand out in flavour even though it was filled with a cheese center. The thin slices of Wagyu were fatty but lacked the grill finishing which was a real pity. Ironically, we enjoyed their salad bar and egg station more than the mains. The former offered quite a substantial range for salad mix. Their free-flow tamago was the best thing for the meal; but it wouldn’t make sense to come and pay to mainly enjoy that. Unfortunately, the tamago was the only thing we remembered after the meal.
I makan
6w
Triple Cheese Prime Hamburg Steak Set $21.80 The patty was great! Love the salad bar too!
Rongrong
13w
Teriyaki Chicken Set ($19.80) One thing I love most about this place is their salad bar which boast an extensive range of food ranging from salads to fried tofu to cold noodles and my ultimate favorite which is their scrambled eggs. Their coffee jelly for dessert is highly recommended !! Bitter but goes super well with the cream. I was basically half full even before starting on my main item. As part of the set, I had 1 fried prawn, 2 tofu puffs, 1 tofu and 5 huge chunks of teriyaki chicken. Very filling and very affordable.
Chu
18w
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impressive seabass pasta Dined at Scaled some time back and have not stopped raving about it since. The seabass pasta ($22) was my personal pick! It certainly was another dish with a daring combination of ingredients. The tagliatelle was smooth and had a good bite, evenly coated by nori cream sauce with a distinct flavour. The pickled radish was far from pungent and contributed a delightful acidity to the dish (I asked for more!), while the tobiko added dimension. Best of all was the seabass - panfried with a crispy skin, it remained unadulterated with its moist and sweet flesh. Really love the farm to table concept that SG is otherwise sorely lacking, and the restaurant truly brings it to life with their warm kampong hospitality.
R
2w
homely & comforting Dined at Scaled some time back and have not stopped raving about it since. Canto grouper ($26) had an interesting traditional Chinese influence that really shone through. Paired with lala and sweet potato noodles, it is served in a broth that tastes exactly like the gravy of steamed fish: hints of ginger and garlic, faint chilli and a slight sweetness. The grouper was also perfectly steamed, falling apart easily.
R
2w
seafood done right 👍🏼 Dined at Scaled some time back and have not stopped raving about it since. The pan seared seabass ($22) featured poached pear, pickled shimeji mushrooms and mussel vichyssoise. Perhaps the only dish that didn’t wow me, because I wasn’t a big fan of the complex flavour profile. My friends however, found the dish well executed! And the seabass itself was terrific.
R
2w
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Oreo Mint Ice Cream With Waffles ($9.10) Creamier has moved to a new outlet in Toa Payoh! The new outlet is more spacious and has more seats, but it was still very crowded when I went on a Sunday night. I’m a HUGE fan of chocolate peppermint, so I was pleasantly surprised when I saw that there was not one but two variations of the flavour - oreo mint and peppermint chocolate!! 😍 Oreo mint is mint ice cream with oreo bits, while Peppermint chocolate is a dark chocolate base infused with peppermint. While both were really nice, I decided on the former because I really like how refreshing the mint ice cream was! And it was paired with warm, crispy waffles and drizzled in maple syrup and chocolate 👍🏼 We had to wait around 20minutes for the waffles though....but it’s well worth the wait!!
Wei Ting
5d
hands-down best waffles in sg! back here for the 12345th time and it still amazes me!!! the waffles here are just the right texture and taste and the ice cream is just as gooood!!! my favourite flavour is pistachio because it is really rich and fragrant 😆 do try the dark chocolate one too, super satisfying (‘: very affordable, only about $10 for double scoops on waffle (‘: a solid 11/10, must-try!!!!!!
Jess
1w
Pistachio And Rum & Raisin W/ Waffles ($14.80) So happy that creamier reopened just across the road from their flagship branch with a significantly upgraded seating area!! We came at 5.45pm-ish and didn’t have to queue or wait for a seat at all. The offerings are just as they were before - same flavors, same standard of taste, just the way we like it! As always, I recommend the rich & nutty pistachio ice cream with an order of waffles, which are made on order. The rum and raisin was a little sweeter than we remembered, so maybe give it a miss if you’re a fan of more natural flavors.
Eunice
3w
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Hot 100 2019
Featured In 4 Guides
MUST TRY !! i loveeeee the buttermilk chicken burger ($17) and the mushroom sandwich ($16)! both are so good i cannot choose between them 😭 the chicken was fried perfectly and there was so much mushrooms 😆 this place is a must-go!!!! 💯💯👍🏼👍🏼
Jess
1w
PBJ ($10) White & choc bread encrusted with cornflakes, with alternating layers of peanut butter and jelly. Was delicious but also very heavy, so we shared 1 for breakfast which was just nice.
aggs & xi
4w
When The Ting Went Quack Quack Quack After a long absence from @parkbenchdeli, I finally found revisitation motivation in the form of their monthly special. October is the month of the Bull Duck Sandwich, which sees a P H A T slice of chili glazed confit duck leg thrust between a pair of soft buns, while dressed with watercress salad & sauerkraut. The duck wasn’t as tender as I thought it would be, but it wasn’t that much of a challenge to chew through so no harm done. The gochujang aioli was truly inspired, effortlessly hooking up with the chili glaze while adding a deep, sensationally savoury flavour to the burger along with a decent dose of spicy heat. The sauerkraut played the rule of the fun police (typical German), but its sharp sourness worked well to keep the very heavy gochujang sauce from running absolutely riot. It’s most definitely messy delicious, so leave your decorum & dignity at the door. Hurry up though, cause this fat ducker is only sticking round till the end of October.
Russell
4w
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review by guy who doesn’t know much about food Me meeting my Dad for dinner on a Friday night aptly paralleled how Lobster met Crab in a Laksa broth— basically the same thing so you aren’t surprised they go well together. We were here on a 1-for-1 deal and had 2 pastas that came with fries (one of which had parmesan truffle toppings) and a serving of seafood soup, as well as kaya and whiskey ice cream respectively. However, while the $53 we paid was a modest sum, it comes close to the number of minutes we waited for the food to be served. While this usually isn’t a problem understanding it is a Friday night, the kitchen took a gamble and prepared their batches of fries a few customers in advance. The dice were rolled, our fries were cold. However, that didn’t stop me from enjoying the half Lobster, half Crab pasta. The rich Laksa broth really put the Asian in Crustacean, while the bits of crab and lobster in the pasta tasted like an anxious introvert— fresh out of its shell. The seafood soup though fragrant, did have hints of “food court” as the onions reminded me of chicken rice’s embarrassing friend— chicken rice soup. But dad loved it, and he’s the foodie. Finally, to top off the spread we had for dinner, what better way than to end with dessert that, well, was also a spread— Kaya Ice Cream. This Nyonya treat tasted so good that it sent me into 小娘惹 territory, which I only thought of because it was almost 9pm by the time dessert had arrived. But I shan’t go in too hard on the kitchen given it was an admirable effort for 2 people in a kitchen the size of my toilet. Also, just like me in the toilet, these people really worked their butts off to put food in the bowl. Jokes aside, it was a great meal, and it would be shellfish of me not to recommend this to my friends!
Wesley
1w
Yummy lobster rolls & pasta! Checked out this place cos of Burpple Beyond and both my hubs & i were hooked! Tried their seafood rolls (½ crab ½ lobster) and love how warm and buttery the toasted bread is! A pity they didnt include the pure lobster roll under the 1-for-1 deal though - personally prefer the lobster meat to crab meat. Also tried their seafood pasta with seafood broth as well and i was blown away by the rich and tasty broth! Wished the pasta portion could be bigger though. Their regular prices are a little steep but the 1-for-1 deal made it really worth. Would revisit!
Yee Wen
1w
Lobster & Crab Roll Good service, ambience and food! Ordered one Maine style and one chilli crab style. Both flavours are great! Set meal will have to add $6 or $5. Price exclude service charges.
Isabel
1w
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