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Prawn capellini aglio olio [~$22] Very impressed with the size of the grilled tiger prawns and how juicy sweet the meat was. Simple but yet very satisfying dish.
Firebake Wagyu Cheese Burger ($18++, add $2++ for bacon) . 🥣 Ingredients: Wagyu, sourdough buns, Swiss raclette cheese 💬 Wagyu beef patty was medium-done, hence still juicy, and sandwiched between smoky house-baked wood-fired sourdough potato buns. 💬 Sauce was unique - it came in a form of traditional pastitsada stew (a Greek meat sauce). ________________________________ 📍 Firebake - Woodfired Bakehouse & Restaurant 237 East Coast Road, Level 1 Singapore 428930 ⏱ Tuesday to Friday - 11.30am to 10 pm; Saturday to Sunday - 9am – 10pm (last order); Closed on Mondays 📞 6440 1228 ________________________________ [Tasting] #burger #firebake #americanfood #foodphotography #fujixh1 #fujifilm #burpple #lovefood #sgfoodies #sgfood #foodsg #instasg #foodstagram #instafood #instafood_sg #f52grams #hungrygowhere #cafesg #sgfoodblogger #sgig #cafehoppingsg #thedailybite #makan #burpplesg #foodie #stfoodtrending #handsinframe #cafehoppingsg #cafehopping #sgbrunch
Yummy Argentinian Striploin Love the food quality here, it’s decent with their freshly baked bread, spring water & special oven. You can see the Chef / owner pottering around - total dedication. I had the striploin medium rare that came beautifully done, with a generous heap of salsa verde. Not my first time here and the food has always been great!
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Near Lavender MRT is The Beef House, commonly known for good Hakka Yong Tau Foo. However, when I was there at 12.30pm on a Saturday, they were completely sold out. So, I just ordered what was left - Beef Ball Soup and Noodles [$4].⁣ ⁣ Because it was not planned, those 2 dishes certainly caught me by surprise. Firstly, the beef balls tasted springy with strong umami. The owner makes them by hand everyday and I can assure you their taste is completely different from any beef ball you buy outside. Secondly, unlike the usual MSG soup from many noodle shops in Singapore, the soup here was very refreshing. It was a clear soup but it had good concentrated flavours. Lastly, the noodles were thin, chewy with a strong onion taste. It may not be suitable for everyone but I certainly liked it as it paired well with the beef balls.⁣ ⁣ Overall, I may not have gotten to eat the famous Hakka Yong Tau Foo set there but the Beef Ball Soup and Noodles were definitely not subpar. In fact, they were so tasty now I wonder how good the Yong Tau Foo is that it overshadows the success of these 2 dishes. I shall return another day, albeit earlier to make sure I try them. -Foodier✌🏻
Handmade Hakka Beef Balls This corner stall located along Syed Alwi Road is famous for 3 things, their Hakka Beef Ball Bee Hoon Soup, Hakka Yong Tau Foo and Hakka Beef Kway Teow. Although I’ve never tried the latter, I must admit both their Yong tau foo and homemade beef balls are seriously good. Their beef balls are dense with a nice chew to it. The flavour is legit and tastes miles better from what you typically get from factory-made ones. For one, you can actually taste the beef in the ball. They’re also really massive which is a major plus too!
Hakka Yong Tau Foo Set ($3) With or without the noodles, the price tag of this set remains the same. The number of decently sized yong tau foo pieces (beancurd, bitter gourd, mushroom, fish and pork balls, fried wanton and wuxiang) is totally dependent on your luck as it can hover between 6 to 8 of them. The springy noodles were tossed in pork lard and topped with minced pork. So yum! Definitely missed this old school taste/ 古早味! According to my mom, you might be delighted to find dried oyster wrapped with meat if you were to join the morning crowd!
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