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As part of their Asian Palate menu, the Seafood Spaghettini “Mee Goreng” (S$24.00) was done dry, Singapore-style with distinct ketchup flavour.

Stir-fried with their fried octopus, fried white fish fillet and tiger prawns, I felt that this mains was actually fairly decent to try. Even though they had chosen pasta as a substitute for noodles, the doneness of the spaghettini was quite balanced with the dry cooking, though it might also be an added bonus if it could be served with more eggs fried in.

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First time trying this brand. Please go try, too. Paid $6.50 for two large drinks after 1-1. I liked the konjac jelly, very soft.

Purchase their popcorn combo (inclusive of fries) and it their mala & bbq flavour!

Portion was quite huge and the damage was $8.70 but my tummy’s definitely filled and satisfied! Would definitely head back there again to try their other seasonal flavours!

Oh yes, for those of you who wants to head down to their Suntec City outlet, so know that this is located at Tower 5, B1.

Sweeten your day with assorted cheesecakes to share with friends and family from home! Other than their classic Over The Moon ($5.90) New York cheesecake, other noteworthy flavours include the tiramisu-based Sicilian Wild Cats ($6.90), Milo Dinosaur ($6.90) and the molten Basque burnt Charred Eclipse ($5.90). Spoilt for choice? Have a go at their Fickle Feline ($20.90) — an assortment of 10 classic flavours — instead!
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Hidden inside City Gate, there’s this place serving some Eurasian food using grandparent’s heritage recipe.

Their signature devil’s curry used premium pork cuts and succulent chicken cocktail sausage, simmered in a rich spice curry.

Gotten the small portion for $10 ($10.90 comes with drink during lunch time). And you get to choose the spice level from mild to spicy.

The mild wasn’t spicy at all to me, but definitely flavourful taste. Enough portion of meat in the curry for one person.

They recently secured the Singapore Environment Council’s (SEC) Eco F&B certification, thanks in part to sustainable sourcing of ingredients.
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The Goat’s Cheese Salad features home made fresh ricotta goat's cheese, locally sourced from Singapore's only goat farm.
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It's light and crumbly with a pleasant milky cheesy flavour. Paired with a thin silver of wispy air-cured prosciutto / parma ham with bold meaty salty savoury flavour, and juicy cubes of rock melon with bright fruity sweet flavour.
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Fresh crisp lettuce with vegetal sweet flavour completes the dish.
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Available on the 4-course festive set menu, available from 15 - 30 December 2021, prices start from SGD $88++ per person. Invited tasting.
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Winestone
More details:
https://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.com/2021/11/winestone-tasting-session.html

We got the pulled pork and cheesy beef burgers. Both were slightly above average. What made the place great were their 1 for 1 drink promotions and the interior design. We called ahead and managed to snag one of the few indoor seats with AC. The rest of the seats are al fresco, so do be mindful of that. Would be back as I find the food and drinks to have great value, especially with Burpple Beyond!

This was an average plate of carbonara that was pretty overpriced. The sauce is pretty runny and tasted of cream rather than eggs. Nevertheless the ingredients were generous and the pasta texture was ok though not fresh.

The pizza was definitely not worth it as it tasted quite underbaked. The grilled chicken ($4 add on) tasted bland. We also felt that there were not enough ingredients. Mushrooms were definitely lacking. Wouldn't get it even with burrple 1f1 again.

We were looking forward to try this unique looking pizza which looks like a mega curry puff instead of a traditional flat base pizza but we found it underwhelming. The crust was not bad, slightly salted and chewy, though at the edges it got a bit too dry and hard. Guess that's what the small cup of tomato pasta sauce is for – to dip the edges? The filling (mozzarella, tomato, mushrooms, ham) was not very well distributed as the majority of it was at the centre. Even when we reached the centre, we thought that there wasn't enough filling and perhaps more ingredients (maybe onions and capsicums?) could be added to make the taste less monotonous and more flavourful.

We ordered this as part of the pizza set under bupple beyond, and overall we would say that the set is worth the money and a try since it comes with bruschetta, truffle fries and 2 drinks as well for $39++.

Tasted their steak cuts (Denver) and it was amazing. It’s extremely flavourful and tender. Would recommend this place for anyone who enjoys a good steak!

Had a great time at Fat Belly tonight! Burrata is one of my favourite cheeses and this restaurant paired it well with their Toasted Sourdough. We loved how the Charred Broccolini was not overcooked, and had a good sharing size. We were served two different cuts of the Black Opal Wagyu, both were tender and had the right amount of fat. We then ended the meal with a Basque Burnt Cheesecake—it was the perfect finish with a passionfruit drizzle to cut through the richness of the cake.

The service was great too, would love to come back again!