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A tad unconventional, the Tonarellj Nero ($28++) features thin pasta infused with squid ink - it had a creamy consistency and slight brininess. It complemented the fresh crab meat very well and speaks volumes about the thought behind each dish! The spicy crumb and use of fresh chilli gave it a pleasant spicy kick. A very enjoyable, unique pasta!

Cicheti is well known for its wood fire oven, which sits in a corner of the cosy establishment. We ordered the prosciutto e rucola ($28++), which seemed like a popular choice! The pizza base was delightfully crisp at the edges and chewy on the inside, topped with a layer of tomato and fior di latte. The parma ham was well seasoned and complemented by the arugula. This is easily one of the best we’ve had!

This starter is perhaps the most highly raved dish from Cicheti - it certainly lives up to the hype, and embodies the heart of Italian cuisine. Burratina ($24++) features a sphere of burrata, its mozzarella shell giving way to creamy goodness. The cheese is delicate and fragrant, pairing well with the toasted sourdough. It was complemented by savoury pesto and sweet onion jam, with a hint of saltiness from the pistachio topping! Would love to have a larger portion, but the quality of each component far surpassed my expectations 🌟 Cicheti also boasts of an extensive wine collection - we particularly liked their Italian Merlot!

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The best advice I was given (thank you @maria_hannah) was to clear my schedule for the rest of the weekend. Because after doing justice to the spread of food and free-flow of alcoholic beverages, simply rolling home to be a starfish was already an arduous task.
An adults-only affair, the Sunday Cocktail Brunch takes place between 12noon and ‪3pm‬ within the sexy, mirrored-ceiling space that is the Manhattan Bar. For the three hours we were there, my niece Amanda and I had a lot of fun discovering the wide variety of offerings from the food buffet and drink sections set up at opposite ends of the room, as well as trying out the mini-sized gourmet hot items from the menu.
Like every guest, we were first warmly welcomed at the entrance with a cocktail but our beverage choices escalated rapidly to include boozy milkshakes, a Mezcal-based Bloody Mary (you can choose to have it concocted with other spirits of course), gin and tonics, as well as a few cocktails (we started with the lighter “Diaspora” and ended strong with the “Fika”). All of them were made to order. What I particularly enjoyed were the two mind-boggling arrays of condiments we had at our disposal to dress up our drinks. That is how I ended up decking out my Bloody Mary in “bak kwa”, fresh herbs, sticks of cucumber and celery plus a dash of hot sauce, and Amanda’s G&T got prettied up with fresh fruit. I may have been rather minimalist decorating my raspberry-chocolate and hazelnut liqueur milkshake with Valrhona crunchy chocolate balls but Amanda didn’t play coy as she heaped nuts and fruit on her pineapple and almond liqueur version.
For food, the chilled seafood was our first stop. So pleased to see they had Alaskan King crab legs, Boston lobsters, Hokkaido scallops, oysters, ceviche and more. Next was the delicatessen section where we filled our plates with a few fresh mixed salads, cheeses (love the Taleggio and Brie most), excellent Italian cold cuts and marinated fish (the Drunken Gin Salmon and Marinated Anchovies were our top picks). It was the carvery after that. I zeroed in on the bourbon BBQ pork ribs as I am not into lamb but Amanda was happy to help herself to the mustard-crusted leg of lamb and whisky-infused Cajun lamb rack.
If you have a sweet tooth, you’ll be delighted to know the desserts at this brunch can be a meal in itself. Apart from the line-up of mini cakes and pastries (don’t miss out on the American Cheesecake, an amazing light-as-air scrumptiousness), there is also straight-from-the-pan Crepe Suzette. Make sure to pop a scoop of the Tahitian vanilla ice-cream to enjoy it a la mode.

PRICING.
$163++ per person with free-flow cocktails, wines and beers.
$199++ per person with free-flow cocktails, wines and beers and Billecart-Salmon Brut Reserve Champagne.

💵: $4.50

📈: 8/10

🤔: A buttery tart base filled with silky chocolate ganache, and topped with crunchy almonds. What's not to love! Tasted like a luxurious dessert, but it didn't even hurt my wallet.

I think I’ve eaten this at least ten times over the past three years, no kidding. Anything at La Pizzaiola is great, but I especially love the carbonara- there is a bite that comes with fettuccine and the rich creamy sauce is offset by pancetta. You’ll be scraping the plate.

Base: cold pasta
5 Essentials: edamame, sweet corn, roasted shimeiji mushrooms, tamagoyaki, steamed prawns
Sprinkle: bonito fish flakes
Special: grilled unagi (+$1)
Sauce: tangy yuzu sesame
Nice selection of ingredients to choose from. The mushrooms were my favourite, and the cold pasta was my least favourite. Everything else was pretty much as you'd expect.

Horrible experience at this outlet for the 2nd time. First time I takeaway 2 months ago, they gave me pasta, sauce and pretty much a pathetic amount of essentials.

Today was worst, I decided to dine in, and they “FORGOT” to add 3 items which were smoked duck, chicken and my tamago. When I told them, this guy just smirked, and add a pathetic amount of the items he missed out on. He didn’t even apologize when I asked him “Only add that much?”. And he just handed me back my bowl like that, without saying anything. After which he was laughing with his colleague about it. HORRID SERVICE!!!

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When the hot Soya milk cools down, a layer of beancurd skin is formed.
Commercially, this beancurd skin is harvested, dried & sold in the market as dried beancurd skin.
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Requested for the fresh beancurd skin w a bowl of beancurd.
Skin is chewy & firm against the smooth & softness of the beancurd, giving a different texture to the palate.
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It also known as the Katsu Sandwich. It is a popular grab and go snack for picnics, lunches and supper. It is easily available at Japanese convenience store.
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Featuring the PORK KATSU TOAST from @wheelersyard S$ 19.90
Hand-breaded pork katsu, sunny side-up egg. tomatoes, mixed salad,
white toast. tonkotsu sauce. dried bonita flakes, seaweed. Enjoy this Brunch Not too heavy and not too light. The layers of textures are amazing too. The crunchiness from the pork katsu with runny sunny side-up egg. ===============================
Wheeler's Yard @wheelersyard
📍28 Lorong Ampas
📍Singapore 328781
📞6254 9128
🕛Tue-Fri: 11am-10pm
🕛Sat-Sun: 10:30am-10pm
🕛Closed Monday
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Eggs Benedict with salmon, paired with Ice Lemon Tea/ Hojicha Latte. It is also a place suitable to get work done!