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Tunglok Xihe duck is from Ireland's Silver Hill Farm which is known as the "Wagyu of duck". Loved the 3 methods of eating the duck especially dipping the crispy duck skin into the blueberry sauce & popping rocks dip. 🥰 The Braised Spinach Beancurd with monkey head mushroom is surprisingly delicious but the rest are mediocre hence the minus 1/2 ⭐. There are 4 methods to cook the remaining duck meat and we chose the cereals method. The meat became a bit hard after cooking twice and the bones make it relatively messy for consuming.
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Our favourite was the poached rice. (And that’s from someone who is not really a fan of pumpkin.) We heard that the pumpkin broth was slowly cooked to perfection for many hours. Indeed, the crispy bits, flavourful broth, fresh fish, mushrooms and wolfberries made for a really dynamic, sublime gastronomic experience. And it felt like a really healthy and nutritious dish for sure.
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There goes my second and last Burpple Beyond offer for 4oz cups at Tom’s Palette! Nooooo! With the choice of two flavours per cup at only $5, snagging two cups at $5 is a total steal with Burpple Beyond. Anyway, $5 for a 4oz cup is still affordable and they have 10% discount for students anyway, so I’m still gonna go even after finishing my Beyond deals.

None of my favourite flavours or waffles today so I was forced to try something new but I’m glad for that. I went for the Mocha Macnut/Yuan Yang while my dining partner went for the Kueh Dadar/Parmesan Cheese & Cream Crackers.

Mocha Macnut: this hits all the right spots if you love chocolate and macadamia nuts. The coffee flavour isn’t that strong, so even if you don’t like coffee, it shouldn’t be an issue. I loved how generous they were with the large macadamia chunks, which provided crunchy spurts of nuttiness to the chocolatey ice cream.

Yuan Yang: I love how you can see the tea leaves in there, and it actually legit tastes like a good old cup of yuan yang. The coffee and tea flavours are balanced nicely with one another, with neither overpowering the other. Overall this was a little milder in flavour than the Mocha Macnut, so it should be enjoyed first lest it comes off as a bit tasteless, but I liked this!

Kueh Dadar: one of my favourite kuehs in ice cream form! Yay! The ice cream base has a light pandan flavour, with grated coconut and gula melaka mixed in to give a gritty and chewy texture. If you love the kueh, you’ll love this ice cream. Unfortunately, this isn’t one of their regular flavours, so you’ll have to check before heading down if you specifically want this flavour.

Parmesan Cheese & Cream Crackers: totally judged my friend for choosing this as it seemed like such a strange combination, but I revised my opinion pretty quickly after actually trying it. I honestly didn’t know what to make of this flavour at first bite. The savouriness of the Parmesan Cheese messes with your mind on how an ice cream should taste, but my friend urged me to take a bite with the cracker and omg that was amazing. I really can’t describe how this flavour tastes, but you have to try it for yourself. Don’t give up on it on your first bite if it confuses your tastebuds, take another bite (hopefully with the cream cracker) and you might find yourself loving this flavour too.

*Note: If there’s a flavour you really want, drop Tom’s Palette an email and they’ll update you if or when they have it! :)

Naanwich wrap was filled with goodness. Burger was abit dry. All in all, good meal in an unassuming place

None of my favourite flavours or waffles today so I was forced to try something new but I’m glad for that. I went for the Mocha Macnut/Yuan Yang while my dining partner went for the Kueh Dadar/Parmesan Cheese & Cream Crackers.

Mocha Macnut: this hits all the right spots if you love chocolate and macadamia nuts. The coffee flavour isn’t that strong, so even if you don’t like coffee, it shouldn’t be an issue. I loved how generous they were with the large macadamia chunks, which provided crunchy spurts of nuttiness to the chocolatey ice cream.

Yuan Yang: I love how you can see the tea leaves in there, and it actually legit tastes like a good old cup of yuan yang. The coffee and tea flavours are balanced nicely with one another, with neither overpowering the other. Overall this was a little milder in flavour than the Mocha Macnut, so it should be enjoyed first lest it comes off as a bit tasteless, but I liked this!

Kueh Dadar: one of my favourite kuehs in ice cream form! Yay! The ice cream base has a light pandan flavour, with grated coconut and gula melaka mixed in to give a gritty and chewy texture. If you love the kueh, you’ll love this ice cream. Unfortunately, this isn’t one of their regular flavours, so you’ll have to check before heading down if you specifically want this flavour.

Parmesan Cheese & Cream Crackers: totally judged my friend for choosing this as it seemed like such a strange combination, but I revised my opinion pretty quickly after actually trying it. I honestly didn’t know what to make of this flavour at first bite. The savouriness of the Parmesan Cheese messes with your mind on how an ice cream should taste, but my friend urged me to take a bite with the cracker and omg that was amazing. I really can’t describe how this flavour tastes, but you have to try it for yourself. Don’t give up on it on your first bite if it confuses your tastebuds, take another bite (hopefully with the cream cracker) and you might find yourself loving this flavour too.

*Note: If there’s a flavour you really want, drop Tom’s Palette an email and they’ll update you if or when they have it! :)

The only place to go for your curry rice. Choose your ingredients and the uncle will drench it in generous scoop of curry sauce.

Approx $4 to $6 a plate, depending on the ingredients chosen.

The succulent cherry tomato, tart chilli paste and gingery elements passably distract from the key absence of the signature oily fragrant rice. 3.5/5

The tomato cream sauce was slightly bland. I would prefer the normal bolognese sauce which has a stronger taste to it

Order to share. If not it can be too gelat.

Warm, moist fluffy hotcakes with vanilla bean ice cream, berries and pumpkin seeds.

Expect to wait about 20 to 30minutes and these hotcakes are made fresh upon order.

Comfort food and not much waiting time involved.

Way more affordable and still taste reasonable as compared to other dim sum places.

Pizza ranges from $25 to $32.

Slightly thick crust with too little toppings in my opinion. But kudos to great ambience and fast service.