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Chilli crab potato skin with a great sunset view 😋☺️ imagine eating huge soft potato wedges with generous servings of chilli crab. food here was great with great vibes

Both of us are October babies, just a week apart. Very blessed to spend it with someone who does not judge me #epitome of a true friend.
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As always, the food @birdsofafeathersg does not disappoint us. My 3rd time spending my hatched day here. Thank you @slurp.lim for "birthday-ing" with me. Big 💕 to @eugene.see @vincentyong1107 for the amazing attentive service and very warm hospitality.

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Kung Po Chicken $10.
Haus Kung Po glaze, Chicken thigh, Crushed peanuts, Onsen egg, Greens.
Not spicy, as opposed to the Kung Po Chicken in Chinese restaurants.
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Mapo Tofu with Minced Pork $10.
Haus Mapo glaze, Egg Tofu, Minced Pork, Greens.
Served on a hot plate, the minced pork rest on top of a layer of egg cooked by the hor plate.
Slight variation from the typical mapo tofu is the chef presented a tube of egg tofu deep fried topped with black beans and black Fungus amongst the egg base. The degree of spiciness is very family and kid friendly.
We prefer the spiciness to turn up a few notch higher.
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Revamped Fish $20.
Deep fried Seabass, Plum Dust, Ginger Scallion, Cilantro.
A very Cantonese presentation with the plum dust at the side instead of drowning the fish with plum sauce.
The ginger scallions & cilantro, normally used a condiment for steamed chicken, give the fish a very fresh palatable flavour.
The fish is deboned of the main backbones. Love this fish.
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Crispy Karrage $8.
Juicy chicken thigh, Cilantro.
With a choice of Dip (from top): Balsamic Mayo, BBQ sauce, Wasabi Mayo, Szechuan, House TarTar.
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Orange Cow Rice Bowl $12.
Australian Beef Cubes, Orange Sugar, Sous-vide Egg, Enoki Tempura, Crunched Peanuts and Cilantro.
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Sambal Squid $10.
Homemade Sambal Belachan, Deep Fried Anchovy, Squid & Greens.
Squid is fresh, succulent.
Everyone’s favourite as the spiciness of the sambal belachan hits the right note.
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Chinese Olive Egg Fried Rice $4.
Egg fried egg topped with Black Olive leaves, giving the fried rice an additional savoury flavour.
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Revamped Kitchen & Bar
61 Tanjong Pagar Road
S 088482
Tel: 9050 5303
Opening hours:
Sun-Tues: 11am - 12midnight
Wed-Sat: 11am - 1am
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Thank you @esth3r_esth3r for extending the invite; Chelsia @revamp_kitchenbar for hosting.

M E D I A P R E V I E W
Opening on 21st October to the public, VUE is the new bar and restaurant that sprawls across the penthouse level of OUE Bayfront, and its name couldn’t be more apt. Because, once you exit the lift on the top floor and pass through the dark passage, your jaw will surely drop at the view before you, and pretty much stay dropped as you take in the entire VUE within and without.
General Manager Benedict Tan is warm and friendly, and because he played a major role in the set-up of VUE, deeply knowledgeable, so you can ask him anything you like. Executive Chef Sam Chin hails from Penang and he has come up with a menu that doesn’t attempt to be gimmicky or complicated, focusing instead on executing the usual beloved suspects very well. The beverage menu is masterminded by Head Sommelier of OUE Restaurants Joel Lim who happens to be the 2018 Southeast Asia, Taiwan and Singapore Sommelier Champion. Together, they and the team strive to ensure every visitor’s evening at VUE is one to remember, just like they did for us.
We began with spritz cocktails (it is their speciality) and complimentary canapés at the bar before being led on a tour of the premises by Ben. When he showed us the private dining room which seats a maximum of 12 and has a minimum spend of $800 for lunch and $1,600 for dinner, I immediately thought what an ideal spot it would be for business lunches and intimate meals with those you hold dear.
We then proceeded to the main dining room where dinner was served. After the housemade breads came fresh La Friandise oysters from France and an excellent charcuterie platter. A zingy ceviche of halibut from Kyushu and Hokkaido scallops was next before the main event of binchotan-grilled Emperor A5 Wagyu. The exquisitely fatty steak was accompanied by a few solidly done sides.
Dinner finished with chestnut ice-cream and mousse in a cocoa nib tuille, with fresh and freeze-fried raspberries and grated truffle.
We also enjoyed all the wines selected by Joel throughout the meal.
A surprise element of the night was the elegant light show on the extremely high, curved ceiling of the dining room. Scheduled to take place at 8.59pm every night, it is a prelude to MBS’ laser light show that’s also visible from every seat at VUE.

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Sake ribeye portion stated for two good value but we were 5 ladies were struggling to finish it! With sides of truffle mash potatoes MAC n cheese n vegetables! Excellent service by the staff! Good environment!

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What a gorgeous sight these rosy-hued cuts of steak were, and they tasted as good as they looked, especially so when enlivened with an umami bone marrow jus and mushroom pate. Enjoy this in the coming months on Oxwell’s festive menu.

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Taste: 3/5

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Just look at all that beautiful layers! 🤩🤩🤩 Here at @izyfook, you can look forward to enjoy succulent cubes of pork belly with the perfect meat-fat ratio cooked to perfection! 👏🏻
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Besides their signature roast pork on its own, their Charred Pepper Pork ($13++) is bound to delight you too! ✔ The meat remained obnoxiously tender & juicy which gives you a burst of flavours in every bite. 💯 Of course, the best part would be that nice crackling skin that gives a good crunch! 🤤
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Briefly stir-fried in teriyaki sauce & curry leaves, the luscious coat of sauce lends an oriental touch to the dish without losing the crunch. 💕

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Game can be hard to get right(and might not appeal to everyone), but for something different, do try the braised rabbit on Oxwell & Co’s newly launched festive menu. Not dissimilar in terms of taste and texture to chicken, the meat is tender and soft. What makes this dish really shine though is the rich and tangy creme fraiche and mustard sauce studded with prunes and smoked bacon.

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Taste: 3.5/5

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Just the sight of the gleaming sheen of fat and strips of crackling on the pork belly was enough to convince me this was going to ge a cracker of a dish. The melt-in-your-mouth meat lay on a bed of crunchy Savoy cabbage and was paired with a heartwarming clove and apple sauce that immediately brought to mind a mug of mulled wine in hand, in front of a crackling Christmas fireplace.

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Taste: 3.5/5

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Fat Prince is simply Middle Eastern cuisine done right, and I've found many gems on their new menu
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Their Duck Pastilla, in particular, was a show-stopper. Not enough can be said about the heavenly blend of vegetables and almonds with some stunningly flavoursome shredded duck — juicy and devoid of any gameyness. Parceled within a delicate layer of filo pastry, which also imparted traces of fragrant butteriness, the dish was a sublime exercise in combining textures.

If you enjoy having a Kong Bak Bao, you’re gonna have your cravings satisfied here at @mamasoisg 💯 as they offer several variations to these buns! 😍😍😍 For me, anything with a hot piping fluffy bun works! ✔
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🔹️Braised Pork Belly Bao ($11++): features a thick slab of braised pork belly 🐖 sandwiched between soft buns, topped with coriander, crispy shallots, haus relish, crushed peanuts 🥜 & haus sauce! The cut of meat used was pretty lean which I really liked as it wasn’t overly fatty nor greasy! 👍🏻 While I would have loved the pork belly to be more succulent, I must say that it was flavourful! 😋 The crushed peanuts added an alluring nutty fragrance to every bite! 💕
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🔹️Beef Rendang Bao ($11++): filled with a generous amount of braised beef 🐄 with burnt chili mayo 🌶 & caramelised onions, I utterly enjoyed the flavours! Very well-marinated & seasoned, the sweet-savoury taste profile really appealed to me. ❤❤❤ Would be perfect if the beef could be even more tender, but I enjoyed this nonetheless! 👍🏻
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🔹️Bird Man’s Chicken & Cheese Bao ($11++): just who can resist fried chicken! 🍗 Chicken thigh meat is battered & fried to the perfect crisp, & that layer of savoury melted cheese 🧀 just aced it. Together with truffle mayo & crushed peanuts, this was akin to Chinese take on burgers. 👌🏻
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Personally enjoyed the first 2 more especially the Beef Rendang Bao as the braising liquid really permeates the buns, making every bite a flavourful one. 🤤🤤🤤 Would gladly settle with the mess!
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