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Slow Cooked Wagyu Beef Brisket (SGD $32) @ Mischief. So taken with this, we have no beef with this beef. . Served with sides of fresh crunchy lettuce and crisp shoestring fries, the star is the incredibly tender Grade A4 wagyu beef brisket, which is coated with a black pepper crust, infused with liquid smoke, and slow-cooked for 24 hours. . As a result, the beef brisket turns really tender, coming apart with a light chew, and holds a robust depth of meaty peppery spice savoury flavour. . Invited tasting. . . . Mischief More details in profile & blog
Ivan
9m
The Chicken Farm (SGD $48) @ Mischief. This 4-person sharing platter is perfect for bar snacks, served with house buffalo chicken wings, Singapore style prawn paste chicken wings, nacho cheese coated popcorn chicken, and nacho chips topped with salsa and guacamole. . The respective chicken wings have moist tender chicken meat that comes off the bone easily, the buffalo chicken wings being sweet spicy in flavour, while the prawn paste chicken wings were savoury salty in flavour. . The small nuggets of popcorn chicken alternated between moist and dry, but the creamy nacho cheese sauce lends it good depth of cheesy salty flavour. . The nacho chips have to be eaten quickly while crisp, and the salsa and guacamole combination lends a bright refreshing vegetal sweet earthy flavour. . Invited tasting. . . . Mischief More details in profile & blog
Ivan
1w
Stoners Burger (SGD $24) @ Mischief. You won't stone with this burger. . A pair of fluffy soft toasted brioche burger buns, sandwich a succulent 150g wagyu minced beef patty, which is so juicy and tender. . Completed with crisp lettuce, juicy tomato, gooey melted cheddar cheese, a touch of rich tomato ketchup, crunchy bourbon infused dill pickle, and creamy smokey thousand island mayonnaise. . Bite in and you get the big, bold, burst of meaty vegetal smoky savoury sweet salty cheesy flavours, so decadent yet comforting. . Served with medium thick shoestring fries and crisp battered onion rings. . Invited tasting. . . . Mischief More details in profile & blog
Ivan
1w
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Remarkable Western Food at Pocket-Friendly Prices! Grilled Chicken Chop. Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/peters-pan-western-food/
Maureen
1y
Peter the Crowd Pleaser Classified this under Asian favs cause this is clearly the way we like our hawker western food done. Peter Pan’s not the most fabulous in terms of the best sauce or most tender chicken but it does a fair job and at 6 bucks, it does bring a great deal of satisfaction. I personally love it cause fries are traded for wedges, that’s the winning ticket for me.
XYING
1y
Chop Chop Into Neverland While the rest of my dining fellows weren't quite impressed with Peter Pan's pork chop ($6), I rather enjoyed it. Or perhaps it's a sign that I'm never gonna grow up. Two tender pork fillets that don't have the distinctive hallmarks of excessive use of tenderizer are bathed in a thick, sticky brown sauce that is more tomato than brown, and is somewhat reminiscent of a meatloaf gravy. The savory sauce is sweet and salty in just the right amounts, and it flavors the sufficiently seasoned pork chops just right. The coleslaw and baked beans are pretty much standard issue, on par with any western food stall you can find in sunny Singapore. However, the bog standard French fries are replaced by those wondrous wedges which are simply sublime. Crunchy on the outside, and delightfully moist, dense and fluffy on the inside, these wedges were gone in sixty seconds just like Nic Cage. It's not the most mindblowingly delicious pork chop in Singapore, but I'll never say never to a tasty trip to Peter Pan. #burppleBTFC
Russell
3y
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