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Authentic KBBQ from Korean Chain The side dishes were perfectly seasoned, with the basic kimchi, spicy pickled radish and cucumber, fish cake slices etc (We had multiple refills!). The BBQ plate also comes with a ring of cheesy egg mixture. The meat was also well-seasoned, albeit quite expensive for its portion sized. The kimchi pancake is definitely worth a try for its flavourful batter and crispy exterior, as well as chunks of seafood. Overall a nice mid-range KBBQ restaurant to visit if you are in the area!
Korean bbq Ordered the meat combo. Thumbs up! the egg w cheese at the side was good too
Ala Carte Korean BBQ Meat~ Beef Combo [$130/M], Pork Combo [$115/M], Pork Belly [$19], Seafood Pancake [$20], Somac (Soju Tower) [$45]. Beef Combo includes: Thin-Slices Prime Brisket Prime Beef Boneless Short Rib Prime Beef Rib Finger Marinated Prime Short Rib Marinated Chicken Pineapple & King Oyster Mushroom Kimchi Stew & 4 pcs Beef Sushi. Pork Combo includes: Special Pork Neck Pork Belly Marinated Pork Collar Pork Skirt Meat Marinated Chicken Pineapple & King Oyster Mushroom Kimchi Stew & 4 pcs Pork Sushi. Thin-Slices Prime Brisket seriously is EXTRAORDINARY Thinnnnnnnnnnnnn ๐Ÿคฆ๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ and why do we even have Chicken in our both Combo? ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ Combo meat portions are small although we already ordered both size Medium. We have total of 4 pax sharing the Beef Combo and we ordered 2 ala carte Pork belly. Pork Combo shared by 3 pax. Good location in CBD area but pricy meat $19 for a 1 small pieces of Pork Belly seriously expensive. Maybe due to the "Prime" words stated on every Beef meat. Egg is complimentary for the first round, subsequently will be $3 per round. Somac (Soju Tower) already mixed when they bring to your table. What I can taste is beer and a "mild" soju. :) Well, Exploring new places :) Prices stated before SC, no GST.
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No Frills Korean BBQ I wouldnโ€™t say this place is very affordable, but service is great and food is pretty decent! The waitress helped us cook our meats and while she burnt our last meat dish a bit, we still appreciated them helping us cook our meat and topping up our banchan timely. The chicken feet was surprisingly good, but devilishly spicy. Love the potato salad and kimchi too! One down side here is that the army stew was quite salty.
BBQ Beef Ribs Being one of the few Korean BBQ joints in Singapore that uses charcoal grills, @superstark_sg is a no-frills restaurant with round silver-ish tables (alike in Korea) and simple interior design. Offering traditional Korean BBQ with unlimited servings of Korean side dishes (Banchan), you can expect your BBQ meats to be perfectly cooked by their friendly waiter/waitress. ใ€‚ Good food, good service, good company! ใ€‚ Let me know which Korean BBQ restaurant in Tanjong Pagar stands out the most for you ๐Ÿ˜‹? Rating: โญ๏ธโญ๏ธโญ๏ธโญ๏ธ
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Amazing BBQ Stumbled along this place and was glad we took the leap of faith. Despite the long waiting time and small restaurant size, was not disappointed by the BBQ meat and the sides as well. For each order of meat entitles you to a free serving of steam egg. Ordered King sized beef ribs ($35). Meat was soft and tender. Seasoning was nice but koreans do like their seasoning to be slightly sweet. The salted pork neck meat ($18) was tasty but nothing to rave about. Was satisfied that it doesnโ€™t have a very strong pork taste. Seafood pancake ($26) was a pleasant surprise and would encourage customers to order this too! Overall was very satisfied with the food here and will definitely return for more.
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Olivia's Homemade Creamy Cheesecake ($14) This restaurant's blue cheese cheesecake was stellar but not worth the bad service. While we were ordering (a cheesecake and a cocktail), the waiter suddenly told us that we were not able to 'just order a cheesecake' at the area we were just seated at because people who just ordered a dessert were supposed to be seated near the entrance. FYI, it was nearing 9pm and there were empty seats around us. Yet, they insisted on moving us to another seat because we were not ordering food at 9pm at night! Honestly, the new seat did not really bother us, but it was the way our relocation was executed that made us feel like some sort of pariah. Especially since there were many empty seats around us in the 'dining' area, and that it was already 9pm so not many newcomers would be ordering mains anyway. Nevertheless, the blue cheese cheesecake was extremely light and creamy yet had mild but rich blue cheese notes that came through only midway. It was honestly splendid. Too bad the service left such a bad taste in our mouths that we could not enjoy it fully and left hurriedly. And those empty seats were still there when we left. ยฎ๏ธ: 6/10
Spanish โ€œTorrijaโ€ With Icecream Quite possibly the most underrated dessert amongst @oliviarestaurant_sgโ€™s sweet selection. Torrija translates literally to French toast, so this is Olivia restaurantโ€™s twist to a traditional Spanish French toast. A warm crisp and caramelized housemade brioche sits atop vanilla crumbs, confit kumquats, bright and zingy orange gel, then finished with a schmear of vanilla icecream and a crisp milk paper. Very generous with the vanilla here, just look at the flecks on the milk paper! Excellent ending to a usually heavy meal, with the right amount of acidity in each mouthful. 14bucks/serve #FTrecommends
Jamon, Mozzarella & Truffle Open Omelette Perfectly cooked open-faced omelette, slightly runny, combined with the stringy mozzarella, savoury Jamon ham and I enjoyed that itโ€™s just with a light hint of truffle. We ordered double portions of their Pan Con Tomate (toasted sourdough with a tomato spread and olive oil; dish in the background) just so we could wipe up every delicious morsel within the skillet. After my first mouthful, the only words that popped up in my head: Weep Worthy Combination. Then proceeded for second and third helpings. 26bucks/Jamon Mozzarella Truffle Open Omelette 14bucks/Pan Con Tomate #FTrecommends
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Elegant Strokes Of Minimalism This was a beautifully minimalistic lounge, underscored by tasteful strokes of vintage romanticism. In the same vein, their cocktails were minimalistic in ingredients in a bid to avoid convoluted flavours โ€” the poetically named ๐—ค๐˜‚๐—ถ๐—ฒ๐˜ ๐—œ๐—ป๐—น๐—ฒ๐˜ ้™ๆฑŸ($25) was a striking example of this idealism. - Umeshu and rum melded elegantly into a lightly sweet and fruity concoction. Then granny smith apple bled, ever so slightly, into the mixture and imbuing an understatedly sour vibrancy which was ideally complementary of the spirit base. Little excitement was apparent but perhaps as the name suggested, it's a gentle drink meant to evoke an air of introspective zen. ----- [๐™Š๐™ช๐™ฉ๐™ง๐™–๐™ข ๐™‹๐™–๐™ง๐™ ] ๐™‡๐™ž๐™ซ๐™š ๐™๐™ฌ๐™ž๐™˜๐™š ๐Ÿ“ ๐Ÿฎ๐Ÿฌ ๐—•๐˜‚๐—ธ๐—ถ๐˜ ๐—ฃ๐—ฎ๐˜€๐—ผ๐—ต ๐—ฅ๐—ฑ, ๐—ฆ๐—ถ๐—ป๐—ด๐—ฎ๐—ฝ๐—ผ๐—ฟ๐—ฒ ๐Ÿฌ๐Ÿด๐Ÿต๐Ÿด๐Ÿฏ๐Ÿฐ โฑ๏ธ (Mon-Thurs) 6pm-1am, (Fri-Sat) 6pm-2am ; ๐’„๐’๐’๐’”๐’†๐’… ๐’๐’ ๐‘บ๐’–๐’๐’…๐’‚๐’š๐’”
Ebi & Corn Sando ($22++) H O S T E D This new bar speaks in a quieter, more modulated tone than its sister bar - Jigger & Pony. She exudes a low-key yet unmissable worldly confidence. In terms of aesthetics, she oozes eyeball-grabbing mid-century Western-meets-Japanese style, mixing handpicked vintage pieces with admirable nonchalance. Knowing our moods, Live Twice is versatile, offering different seating arrangements to suit. Her cocktails, crafted in the Japanese spirit of shokunin by Group Beverage Director @bartenderaki and female Head Bartender @woofyinying are meant to satisfy the two sides we are known to have: the life we live for ourselves, and the one for our dreams. So thereโ€™s a list of the classics (but done with a twist) and another featuring concoctions inspired by fantasy and hereโ€™s a fascinating fact, named after geishas. Although the cocktails are the stars at Live Twice, the compact food menu boasts gems like Wasabi Cheese Terrine (this is fantastic with the โ€œVesperโ€ cocktail it seems) and Tuna Katsu ($22++). My number one pick though has to be the extremely tasty Ebi & Corn Sando ($22++) shown above. The thick prawn and corn cutlet was outrageously sweet, juicy and crunchy. Definitely the munchie to get when youโ€™re feeling peckish.
Quiet Inlet ($25) Okay new favourite here. Kayuki ume spirits, kill devil long pond rum, Granny Smith Apple. It is a spirit-forward, intriguing concoction I canโ€™t get enough of. Right up my curious palateโ€™s alley.
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Soup Isn't Thick, But is Delicious I've read about this stall for the longest time, & have always walked past it but never tried. My dad ordered a bowl of laksa ($4 small/$5 medium/$6 large - prices are nett) & wanted to share - I couldn't say no. I was surprised to find the soup not viscous at all; in fact, I was afraid with such thin soup, I'd be disappointed. My fears were alleviated as I slurped my first spoonful - the soup is on the lemak side, but overall good flavour. Without adding any extra chilli paste (i.e. this is the default), the spicyness really hits the back of your throat. Have a drink prepared if you, just like me, don't eat spicy food much! The thick bee hoon ็ฒ—็ฑณ็ฒ‰ noodles were a bit too soft for my liking, but absorbed the soup well. In terms of ingredients, they were alright in terms of variety, & fairly fresh. Plenty of shredded chicken, a dismal single prawn, several taupok pieces, cockles & beansprouts. In all, this was a delicious bowl of laksa. I'm not head over heels in love with it, but I'd eat it again. Just not too often as it isn't the most healthy dish!
Large Laksa with Large Beehoon Worth the hype!!! The soup was not as thick as 328 Katong Laksa but just as good. I appreciated that there were no cockles and the inclusion of tender chicken was much appreciated. Wish there were more tau pok though.. :C
Depot Road Zhen Shan Mei Claypot Laksa. Located at 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1, stall unit 01-75, Alexandra Village Food Centre, Singapore 151120. . . . Claypot Laksa Small $4, Medium $5, Large $6. Continuously awarded Bib Gourmand award from 2016 till current. Love indulging laksa in claypot, keeping them hot till our last sip of gravy! Thick and qq thick bee hoon fully infused with their fragrant laksa gravy with lots of juicy taupok, beansprouts and cockles! So comforting and shiok, definitely satisfied our laksa craving! . . . #hungryunicornsg #depotroadzhenshanmeiclaypotlaksa #zhenshanmeiclaypotlaksa #claypotlaksa #bibgourmand
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