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Spaghetti Vongole ($18) Was rather apprehensive about ordering their pasta at first, but it turned out to be not bad! Their vongole was very tasty because they used a lot of garlic and the oil emulsion clung to the spaghetti well. The clams also weren’t sandy. One of the better vongole that I’ve tried actually!
Elizabeth
2w
Zazz Pizza ($26) Their signature pizza, the white-based Zazz pizza, consisted of mozzarella, Australian ribeye, mixed mushrooms, parmesan, truffle cream, arugula, and cherry tomatoes. It was quite unique! Tasted like a truffle mushroom pizza but with cherry tomatoes and arugula to balance it out, along with chunks of Australian ribeye. Although I didn’t mind the meat on it, I felt like the pizza could have done without it.
Elizabeth
2w
Parma Burrata Pizza ($36) Went back to Zazz pizza and it didn’t disappoint! The red-based Parma Burrata pizza has generous amounts of parma ham, topped with arugula and parmesan shavings and finished with a creamy burrata in the middle. Their pizzas here are particularly delicious because of how fluffy and bready the crust is, achieved by fermenting the dough for a few days. Despite it’s breadiness, it’s still chewy and quite light, making it the perfect vessel for the pizza toppings. The pizza was a bit too saucy last time I went, resulting in the middle of the pizza becoming soggy, but it was perfect this time. Overall a great experience again! Booked through @hungrygowhere so I managed to get a seat inside (recommended since they have limited seating). What they lack in decor they make up for in the quality of their food. Can’t emphasise how much I like their pizza dough!
Elizabeth
2w
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Not your usual Korean BBQ We ordered seafood pancake which was really nice and crispy. The grilled pork was not bad too, but no lettuce is given, have to pay for it. The portion is REALLY HUGE!
Sophia
11w
TERRIBLE KOREAN FOOD EVER MINGJIA III korea family restaurant is a TERRIBLE restaurant. The China lady whom I’ve ordered from was terrible. I’ve asked what’s inside the tofu soup and she ONLY told me in Chinese there’s CLAMS, PRAWNS and sotongs. SHE DID NOT EVEN MENTIONED THAT THERE ARE MUSSELS IN IT. I HAVE FOOD ALLERGY FOR MUSSELS and she refused to let me change. I understand that the kitchen is closed but she should rectify the damn situation. It made my dinner experience extremely unhappy and THE FOOD IS EXTREMELY PRICEY. Never going to patronise this shop again. BEWARE ORDERING FROM THE CHINA LADY. She can’t even speak a proper English sentence.
Fiona
11w
Tofu Stew Set ($10) Unlike what I heard about the crowd on weekdays, this place was utterly quiet slightly before meal time on a Saturday evening. What they serve here is Korean cuisine with a homely feeling. There’s a bento set where you could choose a meat dish and 2 vegetables at $6.50, there’s bibimbap, cold buckwheat noodles, seafood pancake, spicy tofu soup etc. I chose this non-spicy tofu stew set which comes with a choice of vegetable. A simple comforting stew of silky tofu blocks, enoki mushrooms, lots of cabbage, egg, some tiny pieces of squid tentacles and best of all, Sakura shrimps that contributed to the umami and sweetness of the soup. Nothing too complex, but I wish the vegetables were heated instead of serving cold.
Miss Ha
25w
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Black Bean Sauce Noodles A very homely Korean restaurant that offers a HUGE variety of dishes for each category: hotplate, pancake, bbq meats, stew, noodles, etc etc. This was the large black bean sauce noodles ($25, good for 2 pax). It was filled with flavour and the sauce was appetizing, with a generous portion of potato, onions, prawns and squid.
Xinyi
1w
Good Value And Good Tasting Meats For BBQ Although I don’t dine at Korean restaurants on a regular basis, I find the food I tried at “Joo Mak” to be exceptionally tasty and very good value-for-money. Besides serving what I consider the best Seafood Pancake in Singapore and a much-better-than-average kimchi as part of their banchan, they also do superb meats for barbecue. We tried the pork belly ($15) and the ribeye ($28), and thought highly of the quantity and quality of both. The venue is not that big and can feel a tad cramp. This also means during the weekend, you can expect long queues. The good thing is “Joo Mak” takes reservations so I would recommend making one.
Veronica
6w
The Seafood Pancake Is A Must Try ($20 + 10% Service Charge) Easily one of the best, if not the best Korean Seafood Pancake I have ever eaten. Finished with a light crisp, it has a layer of fluffy egg on top of the starchy one that holds all the pieces of fresh tasting prawns, squid and juicy chives. The accompanying dip, complete with sweetish pickled onions, is the perfect condiment for the superbly executed pancake. I can’t wait to return for another meal at this little Korean eatery.
Veronica
4w
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Steamed Charcoal Chicken and Shrimp Dumpling ($4) Deal: Burpple Beyond 1-for-1 Dim Sum Haus is a small eatery tucked away in Jalan Besar and to be honest, I wouldn’t have known about it if it wasn’t on Burpple Beyond. But I’m so glad that I found out about it! I particularly like their Steamed Charcoal and Shrimp Dumpling, which is an interesting take on the usual Siew Mai. It is bigger than the average Siew Mai, and is topped with prawn roe which gives it a nice bite. The shrimp and chicken goes well together, as well.
Wei Ting
21m
Dim Sum Honestly slightly underwhelming maybe bc we had high expectations frm the stellar reviews but the dim sum was alright, there r better options around tho :’) Fried rice was v meh. Crispy prawn Chee Cheong fun and baked salted egg bun was not bad tho!!
Victoria
10m
Good & Affordable Dim Sum Heard many good reviews and decided to come and try it, would pick this over Swee Choon anytime for its quality 👍🏻 My Cantonese Dimsum tastebud definitely giving this place a thumbs up! 1. Charcoal Chicken & Shrimp Siew Mai 😋 Siewmai was stuffed with a good ratio of Chicken and Shrimp fillings and the roe above it added a nice texture and crunch. Must order! 2. Steamed Pork Ribs w Yam A good portion of pork ribs and was quite well seasoned, the pork ribs were soft but could be more flavourful. 3. Chicken Feet w Black Bean Sauce Chicken feet here was well seasoned w the black bean sauce and was soft. 4. Xiao Long Bao Nth really stands out for this dish, the skin was on the thicker side and there weren’t much soup in it, can give it a miss the next time. :) 5. Baked Salted Egg Custard Bun 😋 This dish is another must order. Exterior was crispy and the interior was oozing w smooth & rich salted egg yolk lava. Note this bun is on the sweeter side. Eat it while it’s warm! 6. Century Egg & Lean Meat Congee Average dish, the congee is on the thicker consistency and wasn’t hot enough when served. Can give it a miss and order other staple food :) 7. Steamed Crispy Rice Roll w Shrimp 😋 This is another must order! Wrapped in a crispy inner skin & covered in a smooth layer of rice roll this dish is filed with fresh prawns. Pretty flavourful and savoury! Spent $39 on 7 dishes for 2 person, menu was rather extensive and portion was good! Would come again 😊 *If you are using burrple beyond, note that 2 pax is only entitled to one redemption*
Claire
1w
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conveyor belt dimsum!!! cheap thrill but i enjoyed how all my dimsum was served on the conveyor belt trains, and yet each basket was still piping hot!! but the quality and taste of the dimsum here was just divine, and with each dish i tasted, my satisfaction level grew higher and higher. the flavors were well-balanced and consistently good. these are some of the more notable dishes i tasted: 🌟🌟🌟 teahouse signature rice roll ‘cheong fun’ ($8.50): prawn and scallops wrapped in a crispy tempura like roll, and then enveloped in rice roll sheet and served with the normal chee cheong fun sauce. yuMZ, due to all the different textures 🌟 black sesame lava buns (the panda shaped ones in the picture) ($6.30): i guess you don’t rly see dimsum stores offering black sesame buns, which is why this made so excited due to how much i like the black sesame flavor. steaming hot black sesame lava oozing out of a fluffy bun, nothing better than this!!! 🌟 deep fried dumpling filled with pork, mushroom and dried shrimp ($6.30): the dumpling skin was of a mochi like texture so it was really interesting, for one side to be so crispy from the frying and the other side was still so soft and chewy. i liked the combination of flavors for the filling, especially with the taste of honey-roasted charsiew and the subtly spicy, savory dried shrimp!! the other dishes i tried were the usual dimsum dishes of xlb, bbq pork buns, fried prawn in beancurd skin roll and salted egg lava bun (which comes in a walnut shaped bun as seen in pic, pretty cute!!) the prices are a little on the steep side for dimsum dishes, but at the time i went (about 4pm on a saturday), there was a 20% discount for all dimsum items so that was a real bonus!!
bev
4d
Teahouse Signature Rice Rolls ($8.50) This photo seriously doesn’t do this rice roll enough justice - this was THE bomb! Imagine a rice roll covering so silky smooth it just almost slides off your tongue with a crispy tempura flake interior and right at the centre, a succulent and well-marinated prawn! This was an interesting twist on traditional rice rolls (I know in HK, they have the version with youtiao inside, but this one is hands down better)! Bought chope vouchers for use at either 5.30pm or 8.30pm and enjoyed my meal here at 50% off!
Lee
1w
Piglet Buns Cute piglet char siew buns, but nothing fantastic about the flavour. Technology used to deliver the food was quite novel, and can be a fun experience for the first time.
Ying
8w
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