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Legit Taiwanese Cuisine Ordered 鸡排w/蛋炒饭, 盐酥鸡, 牛肉汤面 and 红油虾肉抄手. Amounted to arnd $42 for 4 dishes which were all so damn good! My fav is the dumplings, love the chilli oil that came together with it and there were so much fillings inside each dumpling! Also loved the chicken cutlet cause it tasted so similar to the ones at the night markets in taiwan. The smaller chicken cutlet balls were more peppery and crunchier so it depends on what kind of texture you like more. The fried rice tastes good toooo, kinda like the ones in dtf. Lastly, the beef in the soup were so tender, melting with each bite, and the knife cut noodles were chewy and well cooked. The soup was herby and really refreshing to drink on a chilly rainy day. All in all, 5/5! Love the food here so much!
Can this beat the King of Fried Rice at Golden Mile Tower? Hidden within @northpointsg B1 food street, @fengfoodsg serves a wide array of Taiwanese delicacies that includes renditions of @dintaifungsg famous signatures. 。 👉Fried Rice w Specialty Marinated Pork Chop - SGD12.30 。 In terms of flavour and texture, their gleaming pork chop definitely exceeded my expectations👍. But as for their egg fried rice, there’s still room for improvement. More of that eggy flavour and wok hei will do the trick! 。 Available now on @grabfoodsg & @foodpandasg. Don’t say never share, you can enjoy a 10% off for takeaways only. Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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Taiwanese Gem One of my fav places for Taiwanese food! Comparable to Din Tai Fung and slightly cheaper too. Sells plenty of food items that I like - egg fried rice with pork chop, beef noodles, braised pork rice, 盐酥鸡 🤩 Everything that I’ve tried here has been pretty top-notch, would recommend! The pork chop is particularly delicious. A pretty cozy spot, there are not a lot of seats so you might have to queue during peak periods. But service is quick and friendly. ☺️ Prices are affordable too. Will be back again!
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🤫Hidden gem café in a commercial kitchen equipment showroom?! Serving up aesthetically-pleasing all-day breakfast, brunch & rice bowls with a Japanese twist from $9.50, the menu at changes every 3-6 months and the current highlights are worth your next visit! • Potato Mochi ($8) • Squid Kara Age w Tobikko Tartar ($10) • Yakiniku Wagyu Rice Bowl ($9.50) • Mentaiko Carbonara ($10) • Charcoal Grilled Baked Salmon ($18) • Nuevo Breakfast ($17.90) • Croque Madame ($14.90) • Charcoal Grilled Hamburg Steak ($12) • Burnt Chicken w/ Cheese Sausage ($14) * Swipe for more. . 📍Nuevo Cafe #01-01, Zhao Lim Bldg 115 Eunos Ave 3, S409839
Well Hidden Cafe Squared away in the industrial estate of eunos, this place is quite a chill place to have lunch and hang out with friends. The food here is pretty good too and I enjoyed their onion rings thoroughly. The best item I had had to be their earl grey lemon tea. It had very strong earl grey flavors and a subtle hint of lemon. Very refreshing.
Nuevo Cafe . Featuring: [SIDE] Potato Mochi(V) ~ $8.00 = Fried Squid Tentacles ~ $10.00 | Squid Tentacles | Tobiko Tartar Dip | ~ [WEEKDAY LUNCH & DINNER] {{AVAILABLE FROM 1130 ~ 2000}} Teriyaki Chicken ~ $9.50 | Pearl Rice | Chicken Thigh | Teriyaki Sauce | Onsen Egg | Furikake | Pickles | = Yakiniku Beef ~ $9.50 | Pearl Rice | Beef Striploin | Yakiniku Sauce | Onsen Egg | Furikake | Pickles | ~ [PASTAS] Mentaiko Carbonara ~ $10.00 | Linguine | Bacon | Fish Roe | Mentaiko Cream | Bonito | ~ [WEEKEND BRUNCH] {{AVAILABLE FROM 1130 ~ 1430}} Nuevo Breakfast ~ $17.90 | Brioche | Cheese Sausage | Bacon | Japanese Mushrooms | Duchess Potato | Mesclun Salad | Tomato | Pistachio Furikake | (Choice Of Eggs : Poached / Scrambled / Fried / Coddled Eggs) = Croque Madame ~ $14.90 | Brioche | Honey Ham | Fried Egg | Cheddar | Mozzarella | Parmesan | Duchess Potato | Mesclun Salad | Tomato | Mentaiko Bechamel Sauce | Pistachio Furikake ~ [WEEKEND LUNCH & DINNER] {{AVAILABLE FROM 1130 ~ 2045}} Burnt Chicken w/ Cheese Sausage ~ $14.00 | Chicken Thigh | Cheese Sausage | Fries | Coleslaw | = Charcoal Grilled Salmon ~ $18.00 | Salmon Fillet | Sweet Potato Mash | Mesclun Salad | Miso Butter Sauce | Charcoal Grilled Hamburg Steak ~ $12.00 | Beef Patty | Fries | Mesclun Salad | Ponzu Glaze | . FYI if you love feeding your camera 1st 🤣, you may always head over to their demo kitchen (where they prepare your food at an open spaced kitchen) so head over there to snap a shot of hardworking team of Chef that prepped your palatable meal!! 😋😋😋 🛎️Operating Hour: Weekday: 1000 ~ 2200 Weekend: 0800 ~ 2200 . 📍Address: Nuevo Cafe, Zhao Lim Bldg, 115 Eunos Ave 3, #01-01 Singapore (409839)
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I've never had quinoa cause I thought eeee healthy grains confirm not very nice one. Oh boy, @thesnackculturecompany has revolutionized the quinoa movement by making YANG ZHOU FRIED RICE USING THESE GRAINS. It was so, so, so good, I had 2 portions of it! I'm not even kidding, I don't think I'll ever want to eat the normal fried rice again. This is their weekend only, Cajun Panko Chicken - deep fried, sous vide chicken breast, served with THREE different dips. I'm now officially a quinoa convert. GET ME SOME NASI LEMAK USING QUINOA! Oh wait, snack culture has that too. 😱
Make Your Own Healthy Bento (3 items, from $9.80) If you don't want to top up, you can either pick Bulgogi Beef with Tofu or Chicken with Tofu in Thai Green Curry for proteins. I wanted fish so I opted for the Salmon Confit (+$3, medium rare/well done – go for medium rare for a pink, melt-in-the-mouth centre😍😍). The fish was superbly cooked but I really wish the portion was sliiightly bigger – maybe even reduce the amount of brown rice in exchange for more meat. For grains, red/brown/rice requires no supplement but quinoa is a $1 extra (or $2, if you want it dressed with cold-pressed virgin coconut oil). For the final item, the meal felt more complete if I opted for one of the veggies than a drink. You can get a Tom Yum Minestrone, the minimally seasoned blanched broccoli florets or the cauliflower in light, slightly spicy green curry. The tofu in green curry, tzatziki salad, pico de gallo, ratatouille and patatas bravas are all $1 extra.
Celebrating Christmas Around The World In 7 Plates Back at Snack Culture Company, this time for their Christmas special (7 instead of 9 plates, for $49++) <The Teochew "Christmas Ravioli"> with a great story behind its creation! One reason why I like eating here is listening to the inspiration behind the dishes. I don't dislike a lot of food but teochew Giam Cai Ark (salted vegetable duck soup) is something that I usually avoid. This, however, was acceptable to me and that says something haha! Very appetizing, especially with the addition of green chilli, dash of lime AND cognac! Together with what looks like Chinese dumpling (which I didn't think was a good fit with the soup), the ravioli is stuffed with smoked duck and ham. <Good things start in a trio> - starters. Sweet potato espuma with freshly grated nutmeg for a touch of Christmas, smoked duck buah keluak wanton (which wasn't distinct in taste but very nicely crisped) and my favorite from Around the World's laksa prawns with hae bee hiam cookies. Wanted to get a bottle of cookies but oos :( <Gumbo> this Louisiana stew was so packed with flavour! Fresh sea prawns, clams, mussels, luncheon meat and okra. Served with crispy roti prata puffs. <Ham Quinoa Fan Choy> - chunky homemade honey baked ham with quinoa fried rice, one of their best sellers (they do bento!). Texture of rice was great and tasty. Served with side of mushroom gravy.
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Indulgent Meats 𝘾𝙝𝙖𝙧 𝙎𝙞𝙚𝙬 𝙒𝙖𝙣𝙩𝙤𝙣 𝙉𝙤𝙤𝙙𝙡𝙚𝙨 (~$4.50)— One word: indulgent. With layers of melt-in-your-mouth fattiness embedded within the fibrous lean meat, this char siew had both soft and hard textures to it. Its shiny sweet exterior gave the perfect minor crunch before you sink your teeth into the inner layers.🍖 - The wantons were sufficiently meaty without the whole over the top wanton skin, allowing you to appreciate the meat rather than its covering. 🥟 - As for the noodles, I liked how QQ it was, though the chilli got me 🤪 Ig @goodfomood
Best Char Siew & Roast Meat Looking at this photo makes me wanna head right back to this place. I dare say this is is amongst the best char siew & roast meat in SG. It’s an unassuming little store nestled in a coffee shop, but the queue quickly grew long while we were there. This plate of assorted meat (we swapped out the roast duck for more char siew) was $17. It was every bit worth it & the fats were melt-in-your-mouth amazing. I’m already looking forward to coming back here again!
A few people recommended 88 Roast and I just had to go try it. The char siew was gloriously fatty and not too sweet, and the roast pork has a crispy cap and moist. I ordered a wanton noodle too, which was ok but not earth shattering. I was early so there were only a few in the queue, but at about 1230, a crowd formed. It’s a coffee shop so no space for social distancing when queuing or when eating, and I wish the cashier didn’t let out a cough because he wasn’t wearing a mask, but otherwise, it was a delicious experience!
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