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Impossible Burger Tried the impossible cheddar. $23++, doesn't come with sides. The burger comes with ketchup, onion puree and pickles.. would taste better with lettuce and tomato. Patty tastes very fascinating.. just like meat! Still moist and juicy and nice!
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Fun Boy III Nailed it with the portobello, 21 days aged beef patty, melted cheese and the crisp brioche bun. Catching the sunset here on the rooftop with its chic ambience completes the meal. Beautiful scenery ($23)
Impossible Is Possible! I couldn’t have been more excited when I heard that the Impossible Burger was coming to our shores. I’ve tried their competitor before and was looking forward to how good the impossible patty really was and it did not disappoint! Impossible Chedda ($23.00) This was such a delight to have. It still baffles me how they managed to get it looking, tasting and feeling so much like meat when it’s all plant based. The only thing is, I wished the added less ketchup. It did feel like they were trying to mask whatever non-meatiness there was but having tasted the patty on its own, I think it would have handled itself just fine. The other parts of the burger was great too. The brioche bun was beautifully toasted yet remained soft and fluffy while the onion purée & pickles gave it an extra lift. Overall a fantastic burger Burning Rice ($18.00) The burning rice was pretty interesting too. A great option for friends who need something more asian while bearding to a burger joint. The rice had a good spice added to it and it’s interesting that they serve it with a burger patty. Be warned though, it’s a pretty big bowl of carbs! Sticky Icky Wicky ($7.00) Finally! A sticky date pudding done right. Too many times I’ve ordered a sticky date pudding or sticky toffee pudding in Singapore and it was a let down. This on the other when an absolute delight to have. It’s warm, sticky, sweet, yummy. The kind of dessert that warms your heart and soul while you swallow it. Contrast that with the ice cold ice cream it’s served with and it was absolutely yummy. Overall, we loved the place. The food we tried were really good and I will definitely be back. And yes, for the Impossible Burger.
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Broccolini, Pancetta, Pumpkin, Smoked Mozzarella (SGD $28) @ Amò. This has the same signature pizza crust that is thinly crisp on the outside and doughy limp on the inside. . But we loved the bright and unique combination of ingredients, which resulted in a pleasant contrast of vegetal sweet salty savoury meaty flavour. . There's tender broccolini florets, chewy pancetta / salt-cured pork belly, creamy soft pumpkin, and smoked mozzarella cheese. Fairly addictive. . . . Amò More details in profile & blog
Cioffe / Frappe (SGD $Complimentary) @ Amò. Also known as Italian Bow Tie Cookies, these dessert pastries consist of deep-fried pasta dough (eggs, sugar, salt, all-purpose flour, oil), dusted with icing sugar. . They have a fragile, crisp texture that crunches softly, and a grainy bready sweet flavour. . . . Amò More details in profile & blog
Margherita DOP (SGD $25) @ Amò. This won our hearts with its clean-tasting, bright, simple vegetal sweet bready flavours. . Their signature pizza dough is made with natural leaven, semolina, a secret aged yeast starter, and extra virgin olive oil. . The result is a pizza crust with a beautiful, thin, crispy edge, however, the center tends to be soft, doughy, and limp, unable to support the ingredients. . In classic Italian style, this is garnished with fresh tender basil leaves, San Marzano tomato passata (which is light but juicy fresh), and creamy Denominazione Di Origine Protetta (DOP) buffalo mozzarella cheese. . The latter 2 ingredients (tomato and cheese) are imported from Campania, Italy, a region known for producing the best quality tomatoes and cheese. . . . Amò More details in profile & blog
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