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Came here with the buddies and used Burpple Beyond 1-for-1, which makes this $26.90 Lamb Shank very affordable. On its own, the portion is really large and it was served with a generous serving of mashed potatoes, and sauteed veges. Overall, a nice meal and made better with BB 141:)

Had the two course meal today and had the C&C&C&C Pasta for starters and the new Angus Beef Cheeks today.

This is their usual signature C4 pasta - angel hair pasta soaked in a cold crab/lobster bisque, topped with crab, caviar, clams, and chorizo.

Always lovely.


Had the two course meal today and had the C&C&C&C Pasta for starters and the new Angus Beef Cheeks today.

My dish came last after everyone's else but everyone was in awe because it came in a traditional Chinese claypot - sizzling hot and was so colorful. The dish comes with what I think is Chicharron, roasted carrot sticks, potato puree and the star Angus beef Cheeks. The dish is overall very yummy, though the hot claypot meant the dish was very hot to eat.

But I enjoyed it alot, as it is very heartwarming, even on a hot sunny day like today.

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I've been frequenting this place for a few times now, and I really like this shop. Well, likely because I love the herbal duck from Dian Xiao Er, or if people know about Ya Wang or HaoBi Duck from JB. For $4.50 you can enjoy a plate of roast duck rice, paired with a sweet and savory herbal sauce. Simply worth it!

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The signature dish here in this restaurant is undoubtedly the char siew, so I had to try the rice dish. Awesome. The dish comes with a very well done and soft medium rare omelet, atop very fragrantly fried rice with loads of smoke and wok hei!

And of course the lovely char siew that comes with it!

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Decided to use Burpple Beyond 1 for 1 at SouperStar. I got two combos - 1) Boston Clam Chowder Soup with Sesame Chicken Popiah and Genmaicha; 2)Double up Potato Soup with Thai Sweet Chicken and Fruit tea.

Thought the overall for this joint is alright, nothing that wow-ed me. I particularly liked the Double up Potato Soup and the popiahs! Thought the popiahs were a nice local/Asian burrito and they tasted really good!

The soups though were abit watery for my liking and they didn't have that heaviness I was expecting from Western soups.

Food here is incredible. The atmosphere here is chic and relaxed, but clean and posh at the same time. I've been here a few times and have never been disappointed by any of the foods I've tried.

This is their Char Siew Noodles, which boasts their signature pork belly charsiew. The portions are just about right. The noodles are Hongkong style egg noodles, tossed in a balanced soy sauce and topped with spring onions, fried onions and caramelised onions or shallots. Awesome mouth feel.

This cost $10.90+.

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Overall, I felt this was an alright pass at Thai Beef Noodles boat noodle style. The soup was very rich, thick and satisfying but had an acidic aftertaste, which isn't bad to be because I like sour-y foods. The noodles were chewy with a nice bite. But I did have issue with the beef. I felt the quality and portion of the beef was "meh" - didn't feel fresh and tasty to me.

This bowl costs $5.50.

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Wow, yet again. We wanted 1 spicy dish in our array of dishes we ordered and this too did not disappoint. The skin of the dumplings were smooth yet firm. The pork fillings were tasty and balanced. The spicy Sichuan chili paste with the chili oil gave a minor spicy kick to the dish, but not unbearable (Those who are afraid of spice, I'd say this is safe to order). And of course, there was the numbing/ma effect from the paste. Love this alot!

This one was very unique. Out of all those on the list, the first choice I wanted to try was this. And it was da bomb. The skin was so smooth yet firm. When you bite down, you get some diced smoked duck with some other filling which I couldn't figure out. And if you swipe some of the vinegarette on the plate, Mama Mia!

Love it. so much.

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Enjoyed this dish alot! Very simple ingredients but when tossed together makes a dish with a great mouth feel! The noodles are springy and the overall taste of the dish is well balanced, not too overpowering with flavors from the different elements.

I even stole some chili oil from my Sichuan Dumpling dish to added a tinge of spice.

Tried Kajiken for the first time today. I guess Mazesoba is a relatively new concept coming to Singapore, and I like it alot!
The Mazesoba ($12.90) comes with generous serving of spicy minced pork, seaweed, negi, and an onsen egg sitting atop the soba noodles. Mix in the ingredients well and maybe some chili oil and vinegar and you've got a hearty bowl of dry noodles. I like the noodle texture alot - it's firm with a springy bite.

And made better with Burpple Beyond 1-for-1 offer!