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Ever since it became trendy, I haven't been a fan of Tom Yum pastas.. Simply because I've had too many that fall flat - either tasting too artificial or too watered down.

At first glance, you might think that At the Myo's Tom Yum Prawn Pasta ($12.00 nett) falls under the latter category - but you are absolutely WRONG.

I'm glad I read a review of this dish before I decided what to order (though, surprise surprise, it was a review from the year 2017!). What he said still holds true - it's a soup, as opposed to a creamy pasta. & that was a winner for me, because oftentimes I find tom yum cream pastas too damn artificial.

Despite it being a soup, it was still welcomingly milky, fragrant & harmoniously sour & spicy. I really wanted to slurp it down quickly, but I was already breaking out in a little sweat, so I had to pace myself.

The portion is pretty good - served in a deep bowl with plenty of spaghetti, cherry tomatoes, mushrooms & soup. The spaghetti was done al dente, & the prawns cooked perfectly to a nice glassy texture, with a good crunch to them. However, with their tails on, I felt they were difficult to peel in a deep bowl..

.. But I can overlook that since I enjoyed this dish so much. I am impressed.

💷 Cash/NETS only
🌬 Air-conditioned seats available
☀ Al fresco seats available
📞 Reservations possible - I just walked in, though
📱 Accepts GrabPay & FavePay
📶 No free WiFi

I rarely order soups because they disappoint easily. However, this being listed as a "Homemade Mushroom Soup" ($4.50 nett) piqued my curiosity.

Even though it isn't the chunky variant, I was pleasantly surprised by it's earthy flavours (which I tend to look for in mushroom soups), & a slight cheesiness that gave this soup an added dimension without any MSG-laden saltiness.

The only other soup on the menu, the French Onion Soup ($4.50++), will be the next one I try when I return. I kind of have my hopes up 😍

💷 Cash/NETS only
🌬 Air-conditioned seats available
☀ Al fresco seats available
📞 Reservations possible - I just walked in, though
📱 Accepts GrabPay & FavePay
📶 No free WiFi

Tucked away in a quiet corner of Everton Park, At the Myo is super non-descript & almost hidden. I've always wanted to dine here, but never made it here until today.

The space isn't very large - it was about half full when I entered, with the remaining 8 spaces being reserved. I squeezed myself into a corner, thankful for being a solo diner.

Surprised to find their menu pretty extensive - I will definitely be back to try other dishes. Most likely before my 10% FavePay cashback credits expire. Which is another nice perk here!

💷 Cash/NETS only
🌬 Air-conditioned seats available
☀ Al fresco seats available
📞 Reservations possible - I just walked in, though
📱 Accepts GrabPay & FavePay
📶 No free WiFi

They used to be a small stall in one of the coffee shop nearby. Since then they have moved to a bigger space in their own restaurant within the same area.

Came during dinner time and order their curry rice which was not bad. Portion was huge and the curry was tasty.

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Working its way slowly, the mild heat from At The Myo's signature Hae Bi Hiam Bacon Linguini ($12) was quite a killer for me (due to my exceptionally low tolerance level). But setting in after a while, the first few mouthfuls were pure bliss and by the time the tantalizing spices hit, I was already hooked on it.

Super shiok, it was my first time having Hae Bi Hiam (spicy dried shrimp) pasta and I was very pleasantly surprised by the combination and ATM's rendition. The localized flavour was very palatable and well-balanced - not too salty or heavy. Loving the tomatoes in the bowl, they added lovely burst of sweetness which really helped with the growing fire and cutting some of the richness from the generous bits of bacon. And serving the same purpose for me, the squeeze of lime and earthy mushrooms also managed to offset the meatiness. Tossed well in the mix, the noodles were well-executed and cooked to the ideal al dente texture as well.

Overall, a place I would definitely head back for some comforting fuss-free Asian fusion pastas.

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Essentially al dente linguine lazing sleepily in a bathtub of milky, gently spicy tom yum soup (yes, it's a soup as opposed to cream pasta) with an ample bevy of plump prawn concubines. 3.4/5

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