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Don’t Ignore The A La Carte Items. Besides the Bento Sets, I added on three items from the a la carte menu ($10 each) for my family to share. The “Burnt Chilli Chicken” was easily my fave. Charred in a pan with Szechuan peppers and Chinese chives, the pieces of thigh meat were mouthwateringly good. In second place, the “Crunchy Fried Oyster Mushrooms and Smashed Baby Potatoes”. This was dangerously addictive, due in part to the coating of piquant plum powder. The “Braised Cabbage with Bamboo Shoots and Minced Pork” was decent but I‘d have preferred the bamboo shoots a little less hard. For deliveries, The Salted Plum charges a flat $10 is charged for a minimum spend of $30. Orders above $60 are delivered free. As food is prepared fresh and requires time for delivery, customers are encouraged to place their orders at least 2 hours before mealtime via call or WhatsApp at: 𝟲𝟳𝟮𝟭 𝟵𝟯𝟵𝟴 P.S. Do quote “5566" to get $5 OFF your order.
Veronica
6w
Your Tastebuds Can Still Travel To Taiwan. T R E A T With the extension of the “Circuit Breaker” till 1st June 2020, it looks like we aren’t able to travel anywhere for a bit longer. However, our tastebuds can still go places. Like to Taiwan for instance, thanks to @thesaltedplumsg’s Takeaway/Delivery Menu of Taiwanese delights. My family and I got to try their Bento Sets recently, and we found the food appetising as well as great value for money because of the generous portions. Unlike the classic “Lu Rou Fan” or #卤肉饭 where the pork belly is minced or cut into very small pieces, their Bento Set serves it in a large slab, albeit a very tender one as it’s been braised for hours with a mix of spices. This also means both the meat and sauce are fragrant and tasty. If you are a fan of fried food, you won’t be disappointed if you zero in on their Fried Chicken Bento Set ($11.90). The batter used to coat the boneless chicken is well-seasoned, which makes all the difference in my opinion. Besides the above, The Salted Plum also does Taiwanese Style “Zi Char” dishes such as “Mei Cai” (preserved mustard greens) simmered in a house-made soy mixture with pork belly and shiitake mushroom. They’ve even designed a “Family Set” with “Red Tea Jelly” dessert and drinks ($68) as a convenient and complete meal for a few people. For deliveries, a flat $10 is charged for a minimum spend of $30. Orders above $60 are delivered free. As food is prepared fresh and requires time for delivery, customers are encouraged to place their orders at least 2 hours before mealtime via call or WhatsApp at: 𝟲𝟳𝟮𝟭 𝟵𝟯𝟵𝟴 P.S. Do quote “5566" to get $5 OFF your order.
Veronica
6w
Lor Bak 2.0 Hands down one of the best Braised Pork Belly I’ve had. A must order when you’re here.
Johann
10w
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For my #letinstagramdecide dinner last weekend, the majority voted for zichar and staying in the East, there are several options for me to choose from. I initially wanted to get from New Ubin Seafood but was instantly put off by the exorbitant $18 delivery fee and $2 packaging fees. The fees for that alone is absolutely daylight robbery and almost costs as much as my food. Moving onto the next option in the list is the trusty Hong Kong Street chain of zichar stalls, which are priced affordably and tastes yummy too. In the end, I got the usual suspects of coffee pork ribs, sambal kangkong and a fried rice. •••••••••••••••••••• 📍Hong Kong Street Jia Kee Coffeehouse 144 Tampines Street 12, Unit 01-400, Singapore 521144
Julius
1w
For my #letinstagramdecide dinner last Sunday, the majority voted for zichar and staying in the East, there are several options for me to choose from. I initially wanted to get from New Ubin Seafood but was instantly put off by the exorbitant $18 delivery fee and $2 packaging fees. The fees for that alone is absolutely daylight robbery and almost costs as much as my food. Moving onto the next option in the list is the trusty Hong Kong Street chain of zichar stalls, which are priced affordably and tastes yummy too. In the end, I got the usual suspects of coffee pork ribs, sambal kangkong and a fried rice. •••••••••••••••••••• 📍Hong Kong Street Jia Kee Coffeehouse 144 Tampines Street 12, Unit 01-400, Singapore 521144
Julius
1w
Salted Egg??? Salted egg pork ribs Unfortunately, the salted egg gravy tasted negligible. Meat itself was tender though Not the best dish this place can offer. One might prefer to order their Har Cheong Gai and XO fish soup
Yong
1y
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Not your usual Korean BBQ We ordered seafood pancake which was really nice and crispy. The grilled pork was not bad too, but no lettuce is given, have to pay for it. The portion is REALLY HUGE!
Sophia
45w
TERRIBLE KOREAN FOOD EVER MINGJIA III korea family restaurant is a TERRIBLE restaurant. The China lady whom I’ve ordered from was terrible. I’ve asked what’s inside the tofu soup and she ONLY told me in Chinese there’s CLAMS, PRAWNS and sotongs. SHE DID NOT EVEN MENTIONED THAT THERE ARE MUSSELS IN IT. I HAVE FOOD ALLERGY FOR MUSSELS and she refused to let me change. I understand that the kitchen is closed but she should rectify the damn situation. It made my dinner experience extremely unhappy and THE FOOD IS EXTREMELY PRICEY. Never going to patronise this shop again. BEWARE ORDERING FROM THE CHINA LADY. She can’t even speak a proper English sentence.
Fiona
45w
Tofu Stew Set ($10) Unlike what I heard about the crowd on weekdays, this place was utterly quiet slightly before meal time on a Saturday evening. What they serve here is Korean cuisine with a homely feeling. There’s a bento set where you could choose a meat dish and 2 vegetables at $6.50, there’s bibimbap, cold buckwheat noodles, seafood pancake, spicy tofu soup etc. I chose this non-spicy tofu stew set which comes with a choice of vegetable. A simple comforting stew of silky tofu blocks, enoki mushrooms, lots of cabbage, egg, some tiny pieces of squid tentacles and best of all, Sakura shrimps that contributed to the umami and sweetness of the soup. Nothing too complex, but I wish the vegetables were heated instead of serving cold.
Miss Ha
1y
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Thunder Tea Rice Or “Lei Cha” For Takeaway. Singaporean Chef Pang Kok Keong of @antoinette_sg and @hakkapang has an assortment of Hakka specialties for takeaway and delivery now. This Thunder Tea Rice or 擂茶饭 included. I have always been a fan of this healthy Hakka dish so it’s lovely to try Chef Pang’s version which features brown rice topped with more than just the usual. He also throws on unconventional ingredients such as crisp wing beans and soft-cooked kidney beans - the latter adds a hint of sweetness to the dish which works nicely. The fresh herb paste which is more flavourful then others I’ve had, is packed separately so you just have to pour in hot water before eating. At $7 per portion, I think this makes for a healthy, tasty and value-for-money meal. Ideal to send as a #mytreatsg to family or friends too. To order this (minimum order is 5 portions), or his other delicacies like Traditional Abacus Seeds (this is very good as well!), Hakka Mee Tai Mak, Leek Kueh, Yam Cake and Muah Chee, please Whatsapp: 9021 7507.
Veronica
8w
Cakes After Lunch Gotten 3 at one go... All are super pretty ones, cost wise is above $10 each... Good service, nice place, taste wise we prefer the cutie cloud... New on their menu...
Karolyn
18w
[Antoinette] - The seasonal Crispy Pork Belly ($28) is a favourite with pork belly cured and confit in duck fat for a day pressed to shape and fry over low heat to achieve the perfect tender consistency, well-rendered fats, and thin crisp skin. The dish is served with savoury cabbage braised in chicken stock, pomme puree, and an umami-laden mustard sauce made from Dijon and Pommery mustard for a hint of spice. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/05/antoinette-penhas-road-ushers-in.html . Antoinette 30 Penhas Road Singapore 208188 Tel: +65 62933121 Nearest MRT: Lavender (EW Line) Opening Hours: Mon-Thur: 11am - 10pm Fri & Eve PH: 11am - 11pm Sat: 10am - 11pm Sun & PH: 10am - 10pm
SG
28w
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Set A I have recently taken quite a liking to Korean food and flavors. 🤔 And I was so super impressed by this new Korean joint in the CBD! The 2 pax set ($48) comes with pork belly, prime rib, pork shoulder and marinated chicken. It was the perfect portion for two people. The meats were all really good especially wrapped in a lettuce leaf with a piece of kimchi (my favorite was hands-down the marinated chicken thigh; incredibly juicy and flavorful!!) The fact that they provided a charcoal grill resulted in a nice smoky char imparted on the meats. Among the banchan my favorites had to be the chuka wakame (cold and refreshing), sweet beancurd skin and some gochujang-marinated beansprouts. The silken tofu was really nice too. In addition I really appreciated the ring of refillable egg (with crabstick) around the sides of the grill. Provided that extra protein kick. 😜 I had it refilled thrice! Oh there's also self-service ice cream ;) chocolate and mango flavor when I made my visit Definitely value for money especially when shared out among 2 people!! :) 9.5/10
Chew
39w
Amongst many joints for Korean BBQ in the vicinity, this place was bustling with activities and a consistent queue when we visited for dinner. Their BBQ meats were as good as some others we have eaten at. The free-flow egg around the BBQ plate was a nice touch. Their menu also offered a pretty good variety of Korean dishes (but not my favourite Jajangmyeon). Undisputedly, the star of the meal was their Korean pancake served in a straw basket. Larger than any of our faces, it was alluringly golden brown and amazingly tasty. The best pancake we had in SG by far. The order allowed half-half combination for kimchi and seafood which was great for trying both flavours. So yes, their pancakes would be the reason for us to visit this over other Korean BBQ places.
I makan
45w
Let’s BBQ Part of the soulmeat set. (3-4 pax.) Sliced pork, marinated pork collar and spicy chicken. Loved the Korean salad too. Mashisoyo!
Kevin
51w
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Hot 100 2019
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Throwback to Sunday Folks 🍦 the quintessential instagrammable cafe spot every teenage girl has visited. The ice cream tastes as good as it looks and is worth every second of the long wait you typically have to endure to enter this popular cafe. ®️:8/10 I really miss cafe hopping and well... Going out in general! .
Cole
5d
Sea Salt Gula Melaka & Pistachio Soft Serve on Waffle The soft serves are still pretty good, with a nice balance between sweet and salty for the sea salt gula, and a pleasant nutty flavour from the pistachio, although I wouldn’t consider it very strong. The waffle standards seemed to have dropped. The mochi toopjng is still delicious though!
aggs & xi
3w
Sunday Folks Signature Pistachio Waffle . •Signature roasted Pistachio baked waffles ($11.50) •Add waffle ($2.80) *price excludes svc charge & gst - Roasted pistachio ice cream, roasted pistachio nuts, lotus biscoff biscuit, maple syrup and chocolate sauce - If you guys don’t know, Sunday Folks and Creamier is under the same company🍦. The first time I went to SF, I went straight to choosing my creamier go-to flavour - Earl grey lavender (no doubt its good!) but I’m really glad I opted for roasted pistachio this time round!😁 - I was surprised I liked the roasted pistachio ice cream better than the earl grey lavender one in SF because in creamier, I like the earl grey lavender better, maybe because of the texture. SF serve softserve while creamier is like gelato🍨, so they scoop from a tub. - The roasted pistachio ice cream is not too overpowering at all, its very mild but still impactful which I like (I don’t like rich, zhong kou wei stuff)👍 Presentation, gooddd! I didn’t need much effort to beautify it🤓 - The waffle😍.... It doesn’t only smell good but taste very good too! They did a really great job on the batter! The waffle is soft and not so cripsy on the outside so don’t expect those big, hard, crunchy kind of waffle. - Price wise, tbh I’m a little sad they only gave us 1 waffle for $11.50/$13.50 if you wanna DIY your own but maybe the ice cream here is bigger and they gave toppings? I personally think creamier is way more affordable with the same quality/satisfaction, just no topping lot which tbh I don’t care about - Verdict: will definitely come back if I’m around Holland V la although the price is kinda steep haha 💸. That’s why in f&b business, the most important thing is the taste because if your food is good, most Singaporeans would be willing to pay.
Karen
8w
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