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Pretty Decent Drinks For Just $15 @xiaoyatou.sg offers decent uniquely Singapore drinks at only $15 a pop. They fit in well with the endearingly tacky 60s vibes. My 𝗼𝗽𝗶𝘂𝗺 ($15) hit with smoke that wasn't too strong and slowly tapered off — like the menthol of a YP zooming past on a PMD. 🛴💨 It blended well with a touch of savoury sweetness. Easy to drink, addictive and potent, colonial oppression never tasted sweeter. 🙃 IG: @indulgentism
Evan
4d
All these talk about eggs of late may make some crave for good-old brunch food. Eggs Benedict is considered quite a ‘staple’ in many brunch menus in Singapore, typically consisting of an open-faced sandwich of two halves of an English muffin topped with a poached egg and hollandaise sauce. While this egg dish is popularised in New York City, many Singapore cafes have added their own spin, included with mackerel otah otah, beef cheeks, unagi, to even using prata as the base. Here are 10 exciting Eggs Ben you can consider having bit.ly/eggsbensg #DFDEggPorn
Daniel
13w
XYT Hokkien Mee The star of the show for me👏🏼👏🏼. Wet Runny Eggy and chock a block full of fresh seafood .. tart big prawns, scallops, sqiud and just enough pork lard to flavour it. And it didn’t have to rely on much garlic to bring out its true flavoursome self.. just the way I like Hokkien mee💕 If you’re the dry type this ones not for you but if like me your Hokkien mee runs like soggy heaven.. come join the party!
Yvonne
33w
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