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Steamed Egg In Claypot (Gyeran Jim) 계란찜 (Gyeran Jim) - Steamed egg in a hot claypot. This Korean-style steamed egg came bubbling towards us. When we scooped into its fluffiness, it was a smooth eggy flavour full with the sweetness from chicken broth. Never knew a simple steamed egg can be elevated this way by so much. 💫 Team lunch at this Korean outfit. The place is crowded at lunchtime, so be sure to reserve. Pretty decent, authentic Korean.
Tiara
12w
Quite Worth It For Its Price I am rather a big eater, so at first I thought ordering 3 items wouldn't be enough. I ordered the pancake, chicken bulgogi and bibimbap. The price of the chicken bulgogi was $22.80, but there is a 17% discount promotion during dinner for certain chicken dishes and bulgogi was one of them. I almost couldn't finish my food as the amount was quite alot. I find the food quite tasty despite reading some not so good reviews online. For its price I would say it is quite Worth it. I would probably come back again to try other items on the menu or the bbq. 1 thing I think they could improve is to increase the number of side dishes.
Caleb
22w
Filling meal Between the two of us, we ordered kimchi soup, chicken bulgogi and Pajoen. The Pajoen ($14.80) that we ordered is really delicious! It was chewy and crispy and the accompanying sauce was tangy. It is slightly oily though but that didn't stop me from eating piece after piece. I would not recommend the chicken bulgogi unless ib groups of 3 or 4 as the dish had very strong flavours (mainly sweet tasting) and it felt very overpowering after a few bites. But overall, it was great and we both felt very full after the meal.
xings
22w
Hotstone Bibimbap Good food with affordable price! It's such a big restaurant with lots of variety of Korean dish. One of the good Korean place for people working at city area.
Amberberber
1y
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BEST VALUE-FOR-MONEY HAMBURG For 150g of tender beef patty with sides of fried tau kee, tofu, ebi tempura, miso soup, rice, FREE FLOW EGGS and UNLIMITED ACCESS to a SALAD BAR OVER 25 INGREDIENTS at only $18.80 (top up $2 for CHEESE OOZING OUT OF YOUR HAMBURG), this is seriously the best deal for quality Japanese food in Singapore. Everything was so well done - hamburg was juicy and flavourful, ebi tempura was deep fried to a nice crisp, salad bar was constantly replenished with fresh ingredients (their noodles are good), and eggs were cooked well in a variety of styles. The queue can go up to an hour due to the sheer number of seats so I would recommend going at their opening times of 11am and 5.30pm, but it'll be worth the wait anyway for that quality of food 😋
Wan Ling
2w
Value For $ This joint is the latest venture by the Keisuke group. They ONLY serve Hamburg steak (with or without cheese) with free flow salad/carb/live egg station/dessert bar. The set comes with accompanying rice and miso soup (not pictured). Waited 30minutes or less during peak hour. I'm guessing the snaking queue migrated to Man Man Unagi after they were awarded the Michelin bib gourmand.
Jess
2w
🇯🇵 Keisuke is seriously up-ing their game. While it's free flow hard boiled egg at the other ramen outlets, this one is free flow eggs of all kind. Sunny-side up, Tamagoyaki, Scrambled and more. 🍳 My cholestrol cannot. 😂 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The food is pretty worth it with free flow salad bar and egg counter. The 90mins wait was painful though... But nonetheless, ごちそうさまですた! 😋
Eleanor
2w
What We've All Been Waiting For Finally!!!!!! After talking about this place for months after seeing it on the smart local, we decided to have it for dinner. We both ordered the triple cheese beef patty ($20.80++) which came with tempura and a few other sides, all of which were perfectly cooked. But the star of the meal was the tender beef patty that oozed with three types of cheese. It melts in your mouth with a distinct sweetness that you can't really get anywhere else. Let's not forget to mention the salad bar which comprised of a long row of assorted ramen, soba, pumpkin, sweet potato, potato salad, greens, toppings and salad dressings. The egg station sealed the deal, with 6 different types available (I highly recommend the tamago). It is basically a buffet. And a top notch buffet that I will gladly pay for with no regrets.
Victoria
2w
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Angus Burger ($21.95++) When very reliable sources like Burpple, and Burpplers Jayne, Muriel and Shao, tell you one of the best burgers in Singapore can be found at Greenwood Fish Market & Bistro, you sit up and listen, then zip over there pronto. I have been a little slow in doing so (excuse me while I kick myself a little more) but it finally happened - I got my paws on a burger of theirs this evening. The Angus Burger, to be precise. And it was epic. XL in every aspect, from the toasted and buttered, soft brioche buns to the exceedingly juicy beef patty, it was full-on in taste through and through. I found it a little tricky fitting the entire height of the burger into my mouth for each bite because the patty alone must've been an inch thick, and it came stacked with tomatoes, a portobello mushroom, gherkins and caramelised onions. But the struggle was well worth it. Anyone who knows me will tell you I am against tomatoes in burgers and this had two slices. Strangely enough though, they didn't behave the way most tomatoes have under such circumstances. So I dare say I did like them here. It could be because they sat on a bed of melted cheese, which prevented them from soaking into the bottom bun. Yes, wet bread is my ultimate pet peeve. So burger fans, make sure you zero in on this if you haven't had it before. And by the way, excellent crispy fries and a salad are served alongside.
Veronica
4w
Smoked Cheese Burger Yes burgers are amazing at this seafood place that's why they're in the top burgers list on Burpple. The patty is thick and juicy and the bread is nice too.
Colin
19w
Chargrilled Red Snapper You can choose from pan seared, fried, baked etc. Very fresh!
Colin
19w
Happening tonight at Greenwood Fish Market @ Greenwood Avenue, Bukit Timah - 13th Anniversary Gala. Feast your minds and hearts away 💋 Cold Smoked Salmon with Blueberries and Feta Pearls (tasty, bursting with flavours), Sauteed Spinach on Smoked Shirobuta with Fried Caper Aioli (giving us the best of their woodfire goodness), Cooked Prawns with Crabmeat Slaw (indulgent and saccharine), Hot Smoked Trout with Shaved Avocado (brilliantly combining smokey deliciousness with buttery rawness), Blue Cheese with Maple Syrup (light, non-pungent, the fig piece helped a lot), and Poached Halibut on Sea Lavender (palatable and well-balanced item).
Elle
34w
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Dak Galbi ($12) Stir fried chicken & rice cake with Kimchi sauce. This hot side dish was surprisingly tasty😋The chicken was tender & the rice cake was soft👍🏻 My 3rd visit back to this place and the hotpot soontufu indeed never disappoint me 😘The seafood miso soup base plus the thinly sliced beef was still my most beloved choice👍🏻It was so sweet & rich🤗 2nd visit for my younger daughter & she too couldn't stop expressing how yummy the tofu soup was✌🏻 1st visit for my hubby and yes, he enjoyed his tofu soup so much that not even a tiny droplet of it was spared 😁 Our verdict: the soontufu here is so so so much better & yummier than the other competitive tofu house located in Tanjong Pagar😜 We were so eager to savor the tofu that I forgot to take photos of the soup😱 Fortunately I did post about the tofu soup in my previous visits😀 Just come & try it for yourself 😁 #burpple
Judy
17w
Jyagachi Chijimi ($12) 😘 Japan No. 1 Potato Cheese Korean Pan Cake. Indeed a great side dish & the 'chilli mayo' dip is yummy 😋 #burpple
Judy
23w
Beef Sundubu ($17) 😘 Went for a healthy tofu hotpot lunch on a cooling Friday. This Korean stew with a Japanese twist not just enhances your health but also your beauty. The silky soft tofu is high in protein, low in calorie, rich in soy isoflavones stewed in collagen rich soup. The delicious basic soup seasoned with Tategi comes with shrimps, asari clams, tofu, semi raw egg and meat or seafood of your choice. There're 3 options of soup base: Salt & Ginger (my choice), Japanese Miso or Non Spicy. Level of spiciness can go up to 6 but I'm perfectly happy at level 3. Those who know me will know that I'm totally not a fan of tofu. This tofu however wowed me as it was indeed superbly soft without the 'bean' taste. And I super love the rich & thick soup base. Once in a while having this tofu is definitely fine with me for the sake of the capsaicin and collagen 😋 #burpple
Judy
23w
For Tasty Tofu Stew With 24 variations of sundubu (traditional Korean stew with tofu, egg, seafood and spring onion), the first Tokyo Sundubu outlet from Japan is the place to go with your female lunch kakis, especially on a rainy afternoon. Choose from three different soup bases and four levels of spiciness before selecting the type of stew — options include tomato sundubu and miso sundubu. While many places pre-slice the tofu, the slabs here are left intact, so you can mash it to your desired consistency. Try the Health & Beauty Sundubu ($18), served with chicken, lady's fingers and a scoop of collagen for a midday complexion boost! Avg price: $20 per person
Burpple
1y
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Pork Belly Confit So this dish was prepared by special needs people. The pork belly was extremely good cause the meat was tender and the skin was super crispy! The mash potato was very velvety and soft and it melts in the tongue. The price is very standard for a cafe but i support this cafe cause it really gives these special needs people a chance to work in the society. So thumbs up cause it's worth the try!!!
Sharon
17w
For Western Fare and Cheery Service in the Northeast Set up by the parents of Joan Bo Wen, a young lady with special needs, this social enterprise in Jalan Wangi (Potong Pasir is the nearest MRT station) trains and imparts kitchen skills to youths with special needs, and the cafe is run almost entirely by its team of young staff with special needs. The menu is pretty basic but the food is beautifully plated, generously portioned and delicious — it can certainly rival any cafe at the same price point! — and the service is cheerful and heartfelt. Out of our several favourites here, we highly recommend the Chilli Crab Pasta ($18), with a sauce that strikes the perfect balance between sweet, spicy and umami, and the delectable Rosemary Lemon Chicken ($12). For something less heavy, try the Oriental Chicken Salad ($12). Avg price: $20 per person Photo by Burppler Cedric Lim
Burpple
48w
Pasta Capretto ($18) While the super meaty Chilli Crab Pasta ($18) was my favourite here, this rarer find is worth a try too. We were told that an Italian chef shared the recipe and taught the kitchen staff how to whip this interesting dish up, so you know it's legit. 💪🏼 Capretto translates to the meat of a kid (as in, young goat 🐐) in Italian, but the waitstaff said that they use lamb here (though their menu online says herb-roasted goat meat so... the jury's still out on that). In any case, the chunks of meat were very tender – although a tad gamey, esp if it was really lamb. I particularly liked the rich cheesy sauce (enriched with Parmigiano-Reggiano, methinks) that coated the streamers of tagliatelle was an umami party in the mouth. It can get a little too much after a while, so it's best to share this with someone and get another pasta/main to share. 🍝
Muriel
48w
Chilli crab pasta I've had many a chilli crab pasta and I felt that this was definitely on my must try list. The sauce is as authentically Singaporean as it goes. Sweet, spicy, full of umami and eggy goodness with loads of fresh crab meat and a shell or 2. My only gripe is that they do not serve buns for dipping. Perhaps I'll snuggle my own buns in next time. 😂😂 #hungryhungrymonster
Cedric
1y
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