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Meat N' Chill has recently launched their NEW Monster Beef Bowl, featuring 1kg of yakiniku beef on a bed of tomato fried rice mixed with buttercorn! . Meat N' Chill has also introduced a food challenge for any challenger who could finish the Monster Beef Bowl 牛魔碗 within 15 minutes and walk away without paying anything! But you have to be either the FIRST on the leaderboard, or beat the fastest timing. . . Fear not if 1kg of yakiniku beef seems overwhelming for one to handle as another option, the 200g Beef Bowl $9.90 featured here would be just nice for regular diners. . Check out their other quality meaty option such as the Angus Cheese Burger S$21 with patty thick enough to satisfy a meat eater or end your meal with the Belgian Waffles n' Ice cream S$9! . 1kg of Yakiniku beef at S$42 . Where to dine? Meat N’ Chill 805 Bukit Timah Road 6th Avenue Centre #01-04 Singapore 279883 . Thanks @desertingbeauty for the review
Rachel
2d
Monster Beef Bowl (牛魔碗) - $42.00++ . ▪️Pure 1KG of melt-in-the-mouth sliced beef ▪️Aromatic tomato fried rice garnished with corn and spring onion ▪️Your choice of sauce for the juicy beef - Southwest Chipotle, Original BBQ or Spicy .
Conquer this in a quad or solo this yourself, we won’t judge. . 📸 & 📝 @myjream . Location: @meatnchill 805 Bukit Timah Road, 6th Avenue Centre #01-04, Singapore 279883 . #meatnchillsg #burpple #burpplesg
Joe
4d
Delightful Ribs Undiscovered In A Quaint Corner Of Bukit Timah Kissed by Smoke, Hugged by Sauce, Licked by Fire.🔥 The ribs are a must try here at @meatnchill. We had the Journey to the Yeast special. Definitely the meanest ribs in town as their baby back ribs are well marinated and very flavourful. Loved their Angus Cheese Burger as well :) Grilled to perfection, the juicy Angus Beef Patty was equally indulgent with melted cheese, caramelised onions and gherkins, sandwiched between two soft brioche buns. Choice of sides: you’ll never go wrong with fries and sautéed mushrooms. A hearty meal makes for a wonderful date night ✨
Chen
6w
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Mixed Fruit Cake With Custard Sauce (Dessert For Christmas Lunch Set, $22.50) Mariners’ Corner is one of the few places that serves traditional English bakes nowadays. Also available for purchase, their bakes are the type of pound cakes which are heavily buttered like this mixed fruit cake. Dense and oily, the butter aroma and taste are really strong but that’s also what gives the moist texture of the cake. Custard sauce was poured over the cake when served. I was a little worried that it would be too sweet but it wasn’t. Instead a little milky and went well with the cake, although sticky.
Miss Ha
24w
Traditional roast turkey, Honey baked turkey ham & Chestnut stuffing with Giblet Sauce (Main Course Of Christmas Lunch Set, $22.50) I always love coming to Mariners’ Corner for its cozy ambience and it’s old-school decoration which gives a homely feeling, a place to enjoy traditional western food. Therefore I was really looking forward to their Christmas menu. Disappointingly, it fell short of expectations. The traditional roast turkey was nicely done, lightly flavored though the meat was naturally more chewy and dry. However, the honey baked turkey ham was a turned off. It was thick, starchy and plasticky, as if it was artificially made. Thankfully the chestnut stuffing was fine. A little animalic overall which was expected from the giblet sauce. I wished they had bothered changing the side dish for different main courses.
Miss Ha
24w
Half Lobster Combo and Hainanese Oxtail Stew ($32) soOooOoo worth it omg all these goodness for $32?!??!?! everything was cooked so well, decently soft and chewy and went so well w the sauce. best part was the service!!! this guy was so friendly!! he offered us more cakes when he heard that i was still hungry haha and he shared w us his army story. and he's rly attentive to all the customers!! he heard this other customer coughing and asked if she was okay. such homely feels :')
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52w
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Yong Tau Foo (SGD $10) @ Soon Li. . Visiting this stall requires advance planning, with its iffy, unusual opening hours. . Went it alone this time, which goes against all advice and prior experience - you need at least 2 people to queue. . One queues for payment, the other queues to pick the ingredients. The latter has to regularly pop in and out of queue when items are replenished. . Still, managed to get by on the kindness of strangers, who helped save my spot in the queue. Couldn't manage a large portion, so didn't get their iconic metal bowl. . Must-get here: the pork belly, stuffed tofu, stuffed tofu puffs, and stuffed vegetables. I usually get both their robust soup (say yes when they ask if you want ikan bilis and chili), and the rich YTF pink gravy. . The soup has an addictive sweet savoury flavour with a light spicy kick. The gravy has a complementary depth of sweet savoury, making this bowl really delicious. . Usually open (but not always) from 12midnight to 3am. Best time to visit is actually between 11:45pm - 2:15am. Closed on Sunday night / Monday morning. . Go earlier if you want more variety of ingredients (with the risk they might open late + a long queue). Go later if you want a short queue (with the risk that some ingredients are sold out). . . . Soon Li Yong Tau Foo 115 Bukit Merah View #01-78 Singapore 151115
Ivan
1w
Midnight YTF $7 odd per pax, the elderly couple is known to be ferocious towards people who doesn’t follow their “rules”, and charges customers as they please... I wonder if they consulted a Fengshui sensei about their stall’s opening hours and their attitude toward customers (or could be the other way round, chicken-and-egg issue hahas). Back to the topic, love the peppery soup, as peppery as the stallholders, it reminds me of bak kut teh, with more dried chili flakes! Don’t order the pig innards, they just taste weird. Must take those 3-layer sio bak!
ZC
18w
For A One Time Try Only Having read so many good reviews so finally tried this out. Good points: soup got taste, crispy pork lard, fish maw (my favourite) Down side: pig stomach got smell, veggies not washed, got sand Dun understand why so popular with long queue Damage: $16 for 2 ppl
1y
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Vietnamese Delights Hidden among all these tall buildings of offices is Uncle Ho tuckshop. This has to be one of the better Vietnamese pho place I ever tried. Pho is generously plentiful, and wow that broth! It’s really another dimension! So lucky for those working near here!
Alfred
1w
Spring Onion Omelette Banh Mi You may easily brush-off this item on their menu a being one of those boring vegetarian options but Uncle Ho's Tuckshop does a simple yet delish Spring Onion Omelette Banh Mi ($7.90). Cradled nicely between the homemade crusty-soft baguette, the golden folds were fragrant and nicely seasoned. And much like a Vietnamese-style eggs on toast, the combination also makes for a quick breakfast perk-me-up with crunchy vegetables and tangy pickles stuffed within. Drizzled with a little Sriracha sauce, the bundle includes a slow, tantalizing tongue-numbing heat too (of course more so for me, due the fact that I can't handle spice).
Vanessa
1y
Hanoi Bun Cha A delicious hidden gem that I finally got down to visiting after @rinns recommendation, Uncle Ho Tuckshop located inside a commercial building offers some kickass Vietnamese noodles (psst maybe even one of the best in Singapore imho). Having their signature and the very dish made famous when Anthony Bourdain gave Barack Obama a crash course on Vietnamese cuisine in Hanoi, their Buncha Lunch Value Set Meal which includes a drink ($14.90) was simply delightful and amazingly appetising. Served with a sweet tangy broth with a mixture of grilled pork belly and grilled meatball, the Buncha is to be eaten like a Vietnamese Soba, adding condiments in to enhance the flavours and dipping the rice vermicelli into the soup. And of course in true Vietnamese style, a side of fresh greens and herbs to introduce different textures and taste to the bowl. Though a tad astringent with its base flavour being pickled vegetables, the sourish elements really supplement and amp up the broth. Won’t recommend drinking it as a soup but man it is super shiok - a balanced and harmonious blend. But the highlight for me was certainly the thin slices of pork that reminded me of bacon at first bite and the well-seasoned grilled meatballs. Slurps. Their iced lemongrass-pandan was two thumbs-up, too.
Vanessa
2y
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Hawker Centre Food Tour 4 09/06/19 - Commonwealth Crescent Market & Food Centre Hammee's Premium Beef Cheeseburger ($8) - Sweet caramelised onions, cheese, tomato, lettuce, jalapenos, thick beef patty, soft buttery bun - Really moist beef patty; strong beefy flavour throughout the entire bun - Bun on its own was slightly sweet and very buttery; When eaten together as a whole, its flavour was overwhelmed by the beef  - Definitely must-get if you're having burger cravings - Fries were crispy though slightly too salted for me Price: 7/10 Taste: 8/10 Overall: 7.5/10 See more at: https://www.instagram.com/p/ByfdAOZgNyh/?igshid=1i1fj0o6f1gvk
Sean
1w
New Burger On The Block Hands down the best in SG. Skip the queue at shake shack and head down to commonwealth Cresent food centre. I had the 120g premium beef burger with added smoked bacon for $10. Patty is so juicy and I wolfed down the burger in 5mins. I don't usually finish the bun but I did this time. The bun is so soft! It reminds me of In&Out burger from Cali. Well done guys!
Jaster
3w
Classic Beef Cheeseburger ($6) It’s always good to see young local Hawkers making a splash in the F&B scene! Helmed by 2 young chefs, Hammee’s serves up one of the best burgers that I have had in Singapore! I love how the buns had a distinct buttery fragrance is toasted to achieve crispy edges but remaining soft too. I also love how generous they are with the cheese slices and impressed by how the flavourful beef patty was able to lock in its juices! The fries here are also good on its own! Crisp on the outside yet fluffy on the inside, could definitely do with more of this goodness ◡̈ My only peeve about this place? I wish they could give me more of those caramelised onions!
Shaun
8w
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