with our favourite chinese food and with a view of our beautiful bay.

Had the baby abalone meesua ($30), pre-ordered claypot chicken rice ($32), and garoupa with garlic and vermicelli ($38, not in pic)

The baby abalone is chewy though the meesua is as usual. Enjoyed eating the claypot chicken rice with its mild ginger taste, tender chicken, and consistently crispy rice bits (!!). Do note that there's only 4 portions of the claypot rice, which has to be reserved in advanced. I am lucky that its still available even though I only called in 3 hours in advance.

The garoupa also captured my favourite taste of garlic in soy sauce.

For $136 including some dimsum and tea, it makes for a good meal amongst 4 people!

Caved in to the $20 3 course set lunch, with me going for a medium rare sirloin steak while my friend went for the bello burger. We sat at the bar top in this chic setting, and wolfed down the meal. The steak goes decadently well with the bearnaise sauce.

($20+ gst per pax, just below Asia Square Tower 1)

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At Partea OUE gallery walkway, its easy to cave in to just getting a chill drink. Their peach oolong milk tea is new, and while it taste quite mild, it grows on you and aint too sweet like most bubbletea (i chose 25%)

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Gangsta slang for your bowl, or a sweet way to say Honey in korean. This salad bar is quite an unfound gem in the CBD, and its not too crowded during lunch time.

Their S serving is on 141 however do note it goes a little light! Everything is extremely delicious, and their unique broccoli puree is worth a try (+$0.50). They also win with their sauces, with the irresistible roasted pistachio sauce. Its on the second floor.

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Hendrick's Gin, saffron syrup and lemon juice makes a sour, citrusy concoction that makes it an easy drink. Lovely that its nestled in a glass shaped like a bird

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Botanist Gin, strawberry & lychee puree and lemon juice brings out a more intense bittersweet flavour. It feels heavier to me with the alcohol masking the berries undertones

$22 each, hosted by KOMA

Truffle and unagi goes make an irresistible pairing, and it fits well in this Japanese inspired KOMA setting: the finest and most sophisticated Japanese food here. Dining here is like a scene from Pontocho Alley, Kyoto back in the times - dark, mysterious and exquisite.

($25) - Hosted by KOMA

"the best sisig!!" - JG's Grill at Moalboal

Recommended by our host and rated 4.5 stars on google, we had to try it:

• Pork Sisig with extra egg - a teppan style stir fried pork pieces with eggs and green chili
• Bangus - their national fish, milk fish, extremely crisp and light
• Gambas - stir fried prawns in tomato, slightly too sweet

Hard to go wrong with filipino food!! So extremely fragrant and homely

Finally got my hands on these famous BBT from Taiwan, and its an indulgence that feels healthier than most bubbletea. Highly effective in keeping me up too.

The matcha milk tastes v fresh with the qq pearls. Also, the taro milk exceeded our expextations. Its not too sweet, and nostalgic in the old school dessert taste.

~$5.60 for the matcha milk, and $6.60 for taro milk with golden pearls!

Ps. 30% sugar is just nice

The braised beef won me over, its comparable to that of din tai fung. Also, love the Just-in-time lamien, where you can see the chefs pulling it just in the kitchen based on your customised noodle (i chose hard, wide and flat noodles)

We had the beef bone soup brewed for 8 hours, and tomato based soup - which does taste uncannily like the spaghetti bolognese sauce. Nevertheless, both are refreshing, with the lava egg being the cherry on the top.

Would also recommend the Tofu + Century Egg in mala as a side dish. Overall, a noodle joint with value for money dishes (even without burpple beyond!)

Worth supporting while in Funan mall! ($22.40 for 2 noodles, 1 side dish, 1 drink)

This winner of the Michelin Bib for 4 years (2016-2019) definitely deserves the throne. The sauce brings out the fragrance of 30+ herbs, without being too potent - and it has been constantly cooked for 30+ years. Plus each plate packs about 1500mg of rice collagen. Unique taste no doubt.

I love how there's both delicately cut duck and chicken drumstick meat along its smooth hor fun which you can easily slurp it up. Also, those big, juicy chunks of mushrooms - just 👌👌altogether.

The pride in this hawker food won my heart. #supportlocal #traditionalfood

New flagship store at Laupasat - check it out!

Always on the lookout for places to chill on sunday, and found this on #BB. Matcha cookie with hokkaido milk chai is my go-to. We also had fun with the Mermaid flavour (mango passionfruit...but somehow...green)

Their citrusy fruity teas also goes well! Love the mild Sea Wolf Apple, and for something stronger, the berry-ish Prince of the Forest.

On burpple beyond, hence we snagged this deal for $14.70 for a cookie, icecream and tea each! (free tea refills!)

Trying their crispy pork katsu set for the first time, which includes ebi, crab croquette, chawanmushi and! free flow miso soup, rice and cabbage.

The pork katsu is well fried, v lean and my favourite is the rare fatty bits of the cutlet.
The miso soup together with rice feels so homely... towards the end, the cutlet may get a little soggy.

Filling feast:)

$24.90 usually, but there's 50% promotion for its birthday, you can catch it in the upcoming Saturday at 100am mall!