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It's the normal nasi goreng with minced mutton. The sauce was good, quite full of umami and has a nice heat. Decent amount of wokhei too, and surprisingly not too greasy. Rice was average

i think i prefer the normal banana split. the fried banana’s batter wasn’t as crisp as i would have expected

Sadly it didn’t quite impress😢, considering the fact that you might need to make a reservation 1 month in advance for dine-in. For those who somehow have not heard of @tiposg, it’s a halal pasta café serving artisanal handmade pasta at a pretty affordable price.

Here’s what we ordered at 20% OFF the total bill for pickup during P2HA.
👉Build Your Own Pasta - Pasta Short, Pink Sauce, White Button Mushroom, Smoked Duck Breast
👉Build Your Own Pasta - Pasta Short, Alfredo, White Button Mushroom, Sautéed Prawns

Not exactly sure if it’s because we didn’t eat immediately (after 30 mins upon pickup), but the pasta was far from being perfectly al dente. Just totally not what I’ve expected, mushy & overcooked. I guess a plus point would be their generous portion of ingredients, which includes the soggy pasta too🙃.

❗️ for 20% OFF delivery. SGD10 islandwide delivery, min. order of SGD35
‼️ for 20% OFF pickups

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️

📍Tipo Pasta Bar
785 North Bridge Rd, S198753
🚚Islandwide Delivery

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In collaboration with The Vegetarian Butcher, Burger King recently introduced their new plant-based Whopper to the menu.

The taste pretty similar with the smoky grilled patty, it is still chewy and wasn’t any weird taste even it is plant-based ingredients.

A Halal-certified South Indian restaurant 🇮🇳 nestled in @nex.singapore, @pavilionbananaleaf serves up tasty Indian cuisine that resonates with Singaporeans' tastebuds! 😋
Here's the feast that I had: 😍
🔹️Pavilion Fish Head CURRY ($28.90/Half) 🐟: loved the succulent yet firm & chunky fish meat 👍🏻, especially enjoyable with a drizzle of that thick & rich curry. 💗 Perfect with steamed rice 🍚!
🔹️Chicken Biryani ($13) 🐔: can't go wrong with their fluffy basmati rice with succulent pieces of chicken chunks! 🤤
🔹️Palamilagai Chilli Prawn ($15.90) 🌶🦐: featuring springy prawns in savoury-sweet gravy with black pepper aroma, this dish will certainly tantalise your tastebuds!
🔹️Okra Masala ($13.50): creamy without being too surfeiting, this would pair well with naan or rice! 🌟
🔹️Cauliflower 65 ($8.50) 🥦: my favourite! ❤❤❤ Featuring cauliflower florets marinated with aromatic spices & fried, this was such a treat! 🔥
The meal is not complete without their Mango Lassi 🥭 ($7) which boasts of tropical flavours & natural sweetness!

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Enjoying their new Spicy Buffalo Chicken Sub! 🔥 With a generous amount of chicken strips 🐔 , I absolutely loved the tangy & spicy buffalo sauce that rendered a whole lot of flavours!
The tinge of heat 🌶 aced it for me, though you can always ask for chilli flakes topping & jalapeños if you want to spice it up all the way! 😉

one heavy crispy meaty saucy big boi 👏🏼

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🥢 Served with "Volcano" Chilli paste, marinated minced Chicken, Chicken Chashu, Corn Niblets, Nameko Mushrooms, Seaweed, Green Onions and a Hanjuku Egg

🧾 SGD$11.90

✍🏻 ☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆〘0/10〙

💬 So I initially ate this bowl of noodles a couple of months back, but I was reluctant to post it because that was actually my first time eating halal ramen and it was not good, albeit the decent reviews online. I felt that it was unfair of me to judge without having tried other halal places yet, at least for a comparison before criticising. Now fast forward a few months and having tried others, it is safe to say that my previous criticism was not unwarranted. One of the key components of ramen would be the ramen noodles of course, and when the noodles are bad it is hard to salvage the meal. I do not know what happened but these noodles were soft, overcooked and the opposite of springy. Their texture reminded me of noodles from those Chinese lamian foodcourt stalls. The broth was also barely satisfactory, tasting rather mild even though it had this creamy look and milky flavour. The "Volcano" chilli was not spicy even at level 3, definitely underwhelming if you are a spice lover. The only thing I liked were the marinated minced chicken but I cannot justify paying $12 for that. Frankly, I am still rather hesitant in adding this into my ramen log as I did not feel like I actually ate ramen. However since they do call this Japanese ramen, it will therefore be rated as one.

Slightly pricey but very delicious nasi ambeng

Last week I had this intense craving for butter chicken, so I got me some from Al-Azhar Eating Restaurant. Packing quite a bit of heat, their rendition of the classic Butter Chicken Masala was lusciously creamy and perfectly spiced. The tandoori chicken chunks were tender and nicely seasoned. But the highlight was truly the uberly buttery gravy. Flavourful, the sauce was thick and full of tangy sweet-savouriness. And of course, the ideal companion to mop up all the richness is a warm garlic-studded naan. Yet a tad heavy for one to finish in single seating, the masala is best shared.

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Pick a main, 5 sides, base, add-ons (optional) and sauce. Shake it up together with the sauces for maximum flavours and let’s bibim!

My order goes like this:
Main - Cured Salmon ($11.90)
Sides - Beansprouts, carrot, corn, pickled cucumber and kimchi
Base - White Rice
Sauce - Soy Garlic Jang

This bibimbap is pescatarian. They cured their salmon in-house using Korean sea salt to give a melty tender fish texture. A healthy (<500kcal) meal that’s perfect for dine-in/takeaway and have it on-the-go.

Finally got to try this! Not too sweet, smooth and the crust was crumbly and buttery 👍🏼