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Served pretty good food and prices that don't burst the pockets. Double points from me as they allowed me to changed my beanpaste stew from seafood to all prawns. Only downside is that refilling of banchan is $1.

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Affordable grilled bbq skewers that opened about maybe half a year ago along Upper Serangoon Road. Enjoyed my late night snack here. My particular favourite was the sweet butter corn ($1.20) because I just love all things corn in general and this really didn't disappoint! It was sweet and crunchy, with just the right amount of butter.

Another favourite of mine was the omelette roll ($1.80). It was glazed very well which added a tinge of sweetness to it. Overall, will definitely come back again!!!

Save this skewer party for TGIF celebrations! Located along buzzy Liang Seah Street, this skewer house offers over 50 types of skewers marinated Asian-inflected flavours, from teriyaki to spicy miso kimchi. Must-haves include the fiery, chilli-dusted Mid Wings, tender Yunnan Grilled Pork Neck and the smoky Grilled Oyster with Minced Garlic.
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We decided to go for a 2-3 person platter ($65) and create our own favourite second platter. We have added Smoked Buffalo Wings ($8), 350g Angus Short Ribs ($42.35), 100g Angus Brisket Plate ($12.98), 100g Carolina Pulled Pork($12.40), Sweet Potato Fries ($8), Bone Marrow Butter Mashed Potato ($8) onto our platter that consist Brisket Plate, Pork Belly, Smoked Chicken, Pork Ribs, Sausage & Wings w/ Roasted Vegetable and Mashed as our Sides.
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I’m a beef eater so I went straight to the brisket as I was craving from my US visit since December and I love it! It was tender with good amount of fats and perfectly charred! AND the short ribs were to die for, the tender juicy soft meat literally fall off the bone without any fork and knife, it’s the best I had for the night. This is a perfect restaurant for a group gathering, perfect barbecue with affordable price point. 👍🏻
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Overall Experience: Price Point - 10/10, Food - 9/10, Ambience - 8/10

It’s hard to come by a good, delicious American style barbecue and Red Eye Does it right on point. Starting off with a very sinful “Macho Nacho” ($16) that lowed with fresh salsa, guacamole, cheddar cheese, ranch, chipotle aioli and beans. The chips were crunchy, a little salty but it balanced off with the cheese and fresh salsa. The heat and sourness from the pickled jalapeño and guacamole were my favourite. Perfect starter!
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Meat and army stew did not really stand out, a place that can hit or miss. Staff will help to cook the meat so you dont have to do it yourself. The korean pancake is quite disappointing.

Today, I took the plunge and decided to try it myself for good. BBQ pork belly!! Set lunch comes with a bowl of lettuce and rice at $14.90++ (one of the reason why I always ended up eating other items instead, because this was slightly too expensive for a normal lunch meal but today I caved, because I had meetings the whole morning and aftn). I was afraid that the pork belly will be too fatty..but luckily it wasn't! I love the charred grilled parts, which gave it a smoky taste. By itself, the BBQ meat was quite tasteless though.. but my my, the tomatoish chilli sauce that came with it was what made it spectacular! (It wasn't a really spicy sauce) the portions of meat is actually quite alot! I thought it will be better to share between two ppl #burpple #burpplesg #nantabbq #food #foodiesg #sgfoodie #whati8today #8dayseat #vscofoodie #iweeklyfood #sgfoodie #foodporn #foodstagram #vscofood #foodphotography #sgmakan #sgmakandiary #sgfoodstagram #singaporeeats #exploresingaporeeats #exploresg

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Dessert always so pleasing and comforting.
This was freshly made, crispy side, decorated roasted barley pearls, served with single scoop of ice cream.

Texture of pastry slightly chewy.

It is generally believed that hotteok originated from Chinese merchants who immigrated to Korea after the late 19th century.

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Expertly slow seared over charcoal and rested, this was such a dreamy piece of meat. I really loved how they portioned it to a point where you really get to enjoy the meat but enough to not overwhelm.

Buffet dinner with french onion soup and collagen soup base. It was fun to dip strips of wagyu into the french onion soup, which was already tasty on its own. The collagen soup was the highlight for me - super yummy and not cloying at all (even after 1hr of cooking)! Also loved that there is an al fresco area with pretty lights.