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Good first experience at Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro for brunch. Though burpple beyond discount was only meant for dinner menu after 4pm. Will be back to try out next time!

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Your turn to plan date night? Put this fun fusion spot on the list. To amp things up, leave your tummies in the hands of the trusty chef with the *Omakase Dinner ($98) menu. Expect interesting dishes such as the Ramen Egg and Buah Keluah Shiitake appetiser, and an exquisite Whole Live Boston Lobster and Uni Charcoal Cream Ramen dish. *Note that this flash deal ends on 30 June 2019.

Yummy Fried Chicken, Good Cocktails. Price is abit steep but expected in MBS.

Very nice experience, fresh food and good service. Worth it especially when you get a free Boston Lobster in the birthday month!

After the lunch at two-months-old “Banh Mi Thit” left us feeling rather underwhelmed, Burppler Dex Neo suggested we visit “Sia Kee Duck Rice”, a stall he has had on his Burpple wishlist, for lunch part two. So we walked less than half a kilometre down Geylang Road to the corner Sin Huat Eating House where the stall is located and in the spirit of true foodies everywhere, over-ordered.
That’s how we ended up with a platter piled with half a duck (very tender of flesh), duck liver (superbly creamy), braised eggs, “tau kwa” (this was the best!) and fish cake topped with sweet, soft peanuts, cuttlefish and blanched bean sprouts. Over it all went the distinctive aromatic and tasty thick braising sauce.
Tucking into this goopy-licious heap of protein lifted up our spirits. Coupled with the extremely cheery service from the Oh brothers - Ron, Laurence and Albert, who co-own and operate “Sia Kee Duck Rice”, we couldn’t help but be all smiles by the time we left.

Can’t believe it’s taken us this long to try this amazing braised duck! We got half a duck and added on the works; liver, gizzards, eggs and a whole slew of other goodies. Everything was super yummeh drenched in the dark, aromatic gravy. The duck was tender and tasty, the liver was soft, fresh and had an amazing bite to it. There was even this curious flat “jellyfish” like item that had a springy bite that we enjoyed – turned out to be duck’s intestines!

All this for $38, we’ll certainly be back. Friendly, affable service too though the midday Geylang sun is no joke, this was well worth a little discomfort.

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