Top 10 Places for Hidden Gem

Top 10 places for Hidden Gem

Latest Reviews for Hidden Gem

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Hidden Gem

This plate of pineapple fried rice was enveloped with wok hei and so full of flavours! Definitely coming back again for the other dishes!

Of which their staff still recommended I get a drink to douse the fire 😂 - but the less spicy version was actually VERY mild and manageable.
The fluffy fried rice was very tasty with a bit of heat from the chilli shrimp paste, chunks of squid/ prawn and fish were quite fresh! With my recent obsession with Thai omelette (very unhealthy but tbh, the oilier it is the better it tastes), we ordered the one with pork, pretty good but wasn’t what I had expected (not as fluffy) and they were not very generous with the minced pork. Also, it was more expensive than my fried rice and some meat dishes 🤷🏻‍♀️ #burpple


The crabcake dish might have changed in its presentation but we still enjoyed the taste.
And of cos, their affogato’s a must-order every time. Smooth with generous toppings of raisins and nuts, just sheer pleasure.

Utterly creamy and milky with a hint of spice, this green curry was packed with chicken chunks (there’s more drowned at the base of the bowl). It wasn’t very spicy but it could have been because my taste buds are kinda muted by the tomyum soup I had. Drizzled that curry over my rice and man, it was so good I could almost ask for a second plate of rice.

Before I embarked, it was a good thing I googled. Could not stop feeling gleeful when my research showed that my actual destination was just diagonally across from this shop. Yay!!
My selection were lodeh (curry cabbage), ayam goreng (fried chicken) and sambal sotong. And of course a generous dollop of sambal belachan. The lodeh was alittle sweet. Sambal sotong, surprisingly, the sambal bears no hint of heat. It was more like a sweet and sour tone thereby it brought out the natural umaminess of the squid. Fried chicken was crispy with a turmeric finish. This was actually quite tasty but it could be better if it was more moist inside. I was hoping the sambal belachan would pack a certain amount of heat. It turned out to be tangy.
Overall, it was a good eat at reasonable prices.

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ordered the gongbao chicken with salsa and wholemeal ciabatta! it’s really good (maybe since i went after an exam 👅) and the flavours go really really well together. it’s really worth it and super filling too! would take this over subway any day 😍♥️


How many restaurants can you still find this kind of orange juice on their menu?

No regrets. Staggering amount of ingredients. So shiok.

Located at 14 Scott’s Road, Far East Plaza #05-68/70, Singapore 228213. Was recommended by a friend who brought us to this hidden gem of a Japanese restaurant tucked in a corner at Far East Plaza level 5! They occupied 2 separate units with a limited of 15 seats in it, looks and feels of an authentic jap restaurant.. We ordered Aburi Salmon Maki $16, & Unagi Sushi Maki $15. Both comes with gigantic roll of 6 pcs each with thick slices of Salmon & Unagi.. Maki is stuffed with Tamago, Cucumber, wrapped with seaweed and finished with a thick slice of salmon before touching to perfection, and added roe to it! 😍😍 A mouthful of happiness! It’s so tasty, fresh and simply SUPERB! Fyi there’s NO GST & Service Charge too! Next time you know where to head to for a yummy Japanese lunch when you are at Far East Plaza! #hungryunicornsg #wasabitei #aburisalmonroll #fareastplaza #unagimaki

As someone cautious about tomato, this classic can be hit-and-miss for me. The version here is just nice, one that bothers to serve fries that are crispy.

This dish is pretty much always good. Maybe cos it takes a pro to dare attempt it. And the gravy here was heavenly.

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