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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!
Loong Wye
35w
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)
Cherie
37w
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.
Jason
38w
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Sea Urchin on Squid Ink Most of the dishes are designed for sharing. The umami from the Sea Urchin ($27) is not for the feint hearted. One or 2 bites is sufficient if not it will get very heavy on the palatte.
Nicholas
17w
If You Feel Like Socializing The famous signature dish - uni on squid ink and egg yolk pudding - is innovative and truly sublime! I could easily have several of those in one meal! Other dishes are quite good (the simple tomato salad oozes sweetness and freshness), but not necessarily memorable: the ribeye steak could be more tender; there’s not much tongue in the beef tongue hash; the white asparagus is slightly overcooked. The biggest compliment to Lolla is the fact that these talented local chefs have succeeded in coming up with such innovative and good western dishes, even better than at restaurants headed by western chefs. Excellent service. I prefer to eat at the counter, and watch/talk to the chefs, rather than at the big communal table in the basement; you also get the dishes directly from the chefs! Pricey, but worth it! No Nonya dishes cooked with canola but Lolla is still lollapalooza
26w
These Fruits Are So Fresh ($19++) The famous signature dish - uni on squid ink and egg yolk pudding - is innovative and truly sublime! I could easily have several of those in one meal! Other dishes are quite good (the simple tomato salad oozes sweetness and freshness), but not necessarily memorable: the ribeye steak could be more tender; there’s not much tongue in the beef tongue hash; the white asparagus is slightly overcooked. The biggest compliment to Lolla is the fact that these talented local chefs have succeeded in coming up with such innovative and good western dishes, even better than at restaurants headed by western chefs. Excellent service. I prefer to eat at the counter, and watch/talk to the chefs, rather than at the big communal table in the basement; you also get the dishes directly from the chefs! Pricey, but worth it! No Nonya dishes cooked with canola but Lolla is still lollapalooza
26w
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Seoul-Style Comfort Food Special Garlic Soy Sauce Chicke + Mixed Fries + Budae Jjigae Korean fried chicken with soju bomb is an ultimate Seoul-style comfort food to destress after a long work day. The garlic soy sauce chicken was a favourite as the marinate, having been caramelised from the heat, gave it a sweet flavour and the skin remained crispy. Enjoy it with a humble, hearty stew that warmed the belly and tentalised my taste buds with its spicy, savory and unami-rich broth.
Jessica
10w
Garlic Soy Sauce Chicken (Wings & Drumlets) - $25.80 for 18pcs As sinful as it may be, Korean fried chicken is on my list of comforting food that is worth every calorie and great pairing with ice cold beer. Each piece of meat was tender and juicy with a savoury crunchy skin. With an added coat of their special sweet and sticky sauce, it was addictive that I want to eat more. 🍗🍺
Jessica
11w
[ 🎉🎉🎉 GIVEAWAY 🎉🎉🎉 ] Capping the weekend with a Korean Feast at Kko Kko Nara. ❤ @kkokkonara is one of the pioneering restaurants to bring the Korean Fried Chicken trend in Singapore. 🍗🍗🍗 It's available in 4 flavors but I always go for their Soy Garlic Sauce . Aside from these, they also have other dishes like Japchae, Army Stew - Bu Dae Ji Gae, Bossam, and Seafood Pancake. 🥘 Will be giving away 1 x $40 voucher that can only be used only at the Tanjong Pagar Branch. 😃 To qualify: 1. Follow @kkokkonara and @thehungryfeet 2. Tag a friend in your comment 3. Send in as many entries as possible. Giveaway ends on 14th of June and will randomly select the winner and notify them through DM. 😃 Thank you @singaporefoodlisting @kenpgl for the invite 😃
The Hungry
25w
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