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The serving was very reasonable for its price, and the waiting time wasn’t too long. The fish had a nice crispy exterior while the inside remained soft and juicy. It also came with quite a lot of chips on the side and they weren’t too oily either.

We opted for the sweet Thai chilli sauce and it went really well with the fish!

Redeemed “1 for 1” for the garlic chicken and jjimdak. Both were good. The portions were so huge we had to takeaway. Really worth the price!!!

Ordered the Wagyu and Pork Cheeks Combo ($16) and Signature Short Rib ($6/skewer). The pork was outstanding- incredibly tender and beautifully charred and smokey on the surface, balanced by a subtle brightness from the vinegar it was prepared with. The wagyu was well-cooked and had decent flavour, but lacked marbling and the melt-in-your-mouth texture of higher grade wagyu. The short rib had the same intense char as the pork and a great crust in some places, while still being extremely moist and tender inside. Everything was well-seasoned and flavourful. Would return for the pork cheeks and short ribs! No photos as it's my first Burpple review and I was only inspired to post by how good the pork cheeks were :)

This isn’t the lighting but this is the bread’s colour! The laksa sourdough ($7.80) from @lazyloaf_sg is very tasty and has laksa flavours with a slight spicy kick in this. The texture of the bread was nice and chewy as well, I loved this a lot and would want to go back to get more soon (too bad it’s so far away 😩)!

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▪️Baked Fluffy Black Swan Pastry with Minced Roast Duck ($12.00++ for 3 pieces)
▪️Steamed Imperial Lobster Dumplings with Juliennes of Asparagus ($18.00++ for 3 pieces)
▪️Steamed Blue Elf Drunken Crab Meat Dumpling ($13.80++ for 3 pieces)
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Location: Peony Jade @peonyjadesg Clarke Quay / Keppel Club outlet
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The larger bowl featured here gives you 2 extra dishes in your bowl for a mere $2, so go for that. Take your pick from quinoa or risotto for the base, and your choice of meat with a selection of vegs. Got the chicken which was tender and well flavoured. And cheesy cauliflower which had a lightly charred, smokey flavour to it was my favourite of the vegs. Hearty portions and a (relatively) healthy option for lunch.

makes the weekends feel so much greener...
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This outlet is relatively new and I gave it a try yesterday. A massive slab of chicken thigh meat with two sides costs $10.50 nett. The chicken was amazing. Thick and juicy, it was very filling. The choices of sides they have is very wide as well and I would love to try it all some day. Some interesting sides they have includes the parmesan asparagus, the cinnamon pumpkin, and the garlic butter eggplant. I chose to have the parmesan asparagus and coleslaw for my sides. The asparagus was a tad overcooked, resulting in it not having a crunch. It was also topped with slightly burnt cheese which was not really to my liking. The coleslaw was pretty good but not for those who dislikes celery as the after taste of the celery used in this coleslaw was rather strong. Long queue, relatively affordable and pretty delicious food. What else is there to say? A good way to end off a Friday!

Isaan Beef Steak Lunch Set (S$16.80++)
Served with Thai Salad, Soup, and Fruit.
Topup S$2.50++ for Lemongrass drink.
Available at @uykdsg from 11.30am - 2.30pm during weekdays
Served medium raw, the meat was tender except for the last 2 slices which were more on the veiny side.

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Address 🏡 : 57 South Bridge Road, Singapore 🇸🇬 058 688
Tel ☎️ : 6787 8575
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Mon - Sat : 11.30am - 3pm, 6pm - 2am
Sun : 11.30am - 3pm, 6pm - 10pm

Much as we always find pleasure in makan. Let the desserts at the end of the meal bring a sweet start to the weekend.
Chocolate ice cream on waffles with fruits will never go wrong. But loved that these were mini waffles that had much more crispness.
The unique Orh Nee was worth the try from its name itself. Yam ice cream with crunchy cookie crumbs and familiar ingredients from the original dish itself. The taste was definitely defining, except we would like to more of the coconut gravy perhaps.

Two chunky pieces of crispy beer battered red snapper in a crispy beer batter, served with French fries, malt vinegar and tartar sauce. Fish was well-battered and fried, so they were actually crispy even after being left out for a while, and not oily. The red snapper is soft and flaky, and the natural sweetness of the fish still stands out. Always love the combination of battered fish and malt vinegar, and the offerings here at The Chop House are good too despite them being a steakhouse. I didn’t enjoy the fries served with this or any of the other dishes. They weren’t crispy enough, nor were they seasoned with enough salt or spices. They were bland and lacklustre - save your stomach space for the coconut brioche dessert instead!

Visited @thaifestsg and got to eat a lot of yummy Thai food! This was tasty plus the meat was tender too, it wasn’t dry as well!

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Thick and foamy with a sprinkling of cocoa powder, but overall the roast isn’t particularly strong or aromatic. I’d pass on the coffee if I made a return visit to The Chop House.