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This is one of the stalls at the Malaysia Street Food Fiesta which is running till 7 July 2019 at York Hotel. While the rice rolls are thicker than Singapore’s version, the sauce makes up for it!

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▪️Daily Buffet Lunch: $60.00++/adult and $30.00++/child
▪️Weekdays (Mon to Thur) Dinner Buffet: $73.00++/adult and $36.50++/child
▪️Weekend (Fri to Sun & PH) Dinner Buffet; $83.00++/adult and $41.50++/child
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Location: Marina Mandarin 6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, Singapore 039594
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We took the Mala Chicken Hotpot with some side dishes. The soup taste good and very flavourful. But side dishes are quite expensive. Nevertheless, worth trying! oh yes remember to order the frozen beer too, we ordered Yuzu and Lychee, so good! Yums 😍 Total $96 for 2 pax

The meat was really tender and juicy, and didn't need any sauce to go with it. Rather than the variety, their quantity do shine for certain dishes such as their wood fire pizzas and bread pudding.

Worth it if you get the 1 for 1 @chopesg voucher for about $50!

The grains were individual and fragrant, and I loved the presentation of the rice, surrounded with gravy blend of lobster bisque and superior broth that elevated the flavour yet retaining the texture of the rice.

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Used Burpple Beyond, ordered small hotpot 1-for-1. House special chicken is somewhat like gong bao chicken, delicious gravy not too overpowering, perfect with steam rice. Spicy & fragrant chicken is a mild Mala version. If not big eaters, 2 small hotpots can feed 3 pax (or even 4). Perfect for our family of 2+2 children

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Had their Burrito bowl with spicy chicken ($10.90), Nachos with slow roasted pork ($12.90) and my favourite Quesadillas with spicy grilled steak and pan seared barramundi. I love their chunks of barramundi with their freeflow sauces! Just add $4.90 to complete the meal with fries and a drink.
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Psst. For some who do not know, there are seating area hidden behind the store too.
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Embedded along the Singapore River, in one of the city's oldest but finest hotels, is this gltitzy restaurant that is great for group celebrations. Start with their yummy Deep-Fried Prawns with Wasabi Mayonnaise ($14 per pax, $29 per portion) and the Crispy Roasted Pork Belly ($14 per pax, $29 per portion) to share. For mains, be sure to order the Simmered Egg Noodles With Lobster And X.O. Chilli Sauce (from $39) for fresh Boston lobster and springy egg noodles simmered in a pork-and-lobster stock. The dish is further accented by their housemade XO chilli sauce that adds a delicious spicy kick!
Photo by Burppler Veronica Phua

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Fitted with dim lighting and gold finishings, this ostentatious restaurant in Marriott Tang is excellent for business dinners or company lunches. Burppler Casey Tan adores their flakey Deep Fried Taro Dumplings ($10.50 for two) stuffed with creamy scallops and topped with mini abalone. The Siew Mai ($5/2pcs) is especially tasty when paired with their spicy Szechuan chili oil. If anything, be sure to order the quintessential Rice Noodle Roll With Prawns ($5.50) which is generously portioned, with large prawns. For dessert, get the Deep Fried Crispy Durian ($18 for 4pcs) that is both delightfully chewy as it is crispy.
Photo by Burppler Casey Tan

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Thick steak cut fries with a hint of truffle aroma but without the taste of the expensive mushroom. The parmesan cheese powder probably masked off the truffle taste from the fries.

Lamb shank was easily off the bone but the lamb meat was quite tough in the mouth. Quite an irony experience. It was layered on top of a bed of mashed potato with spinach.

Super thin crust pizza that it almost seems like you are eating biscuit with chili crab topping. It was real crab meat topping, which is something to applause as some places will just take crabstick for it. It was a tad too spicy for me but the overall taste was towards the savoury side which i like.