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Life, eyeliner, everything.
#AATeats #friedchickenwings #chickenwings #chickenrice #burpple

Refreshingly delicious strawberry and vanilla flavours!
Great for our Singapore HOT Weather! 😅
Like it that it is not too sweet too.
Leeu SG @leeusg
📍1 Esplanade Dr
📍Singapore 038981
📞9489 7433
🕛11am – 10pm

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#leeusg #singaporefoodblog
#sgfoodblog #icepop #icecream #esplanade #dessert #merlion
#selfietime #selfie #foodsgram

Ah Tan Wings serves as an inspiration to new and up and coming hawkers that anyone can be a successful hawker if you have the Paassion for it! Happy National Day Folks!🇸🇬

Celebrating the nation birthday with the newest Sushi Birthday Cake from Sushi Airways! This is so Creative! Our first time trying such “cake”. It’s actually Sushi rice with various toppings on top! Brilliant 🎂! Pre-order this in advance, this is absolutely free for bill over $150, or $30 otherwise. @sushiairways @ndpeeps #hungryunicornsg #wearesingapore #ndp2018 #sushiairways #sushicake #sushi

Have u ever tried dining in complete darkness? Now I can say I have. As one of your senses is made redundant, your taste buds senses become more sensitive.

The food we had was very flavourful, we had a fun time trying to identify the food we had at the end of dinner.

Very very expensive though

Great experience, but I may not return again due to the price of this place.

Total damage for two(with cocktail package):$340(after gst)

We were just amazed how this SambalKuroRibs was priced below $10. Iberico pork ribs steamed overnight in sambal marinate and aburi-ed with Buah Keluah. The taste was so addictive and meat so tender it was readily off-the-bone.
The LaksaVongole was another dish below $10 and strong in flavour. The Korean clams were served in lemak Laksa sauce that went aptly well. It came with steamed Mantou although we would prefer fried ones to go with the Laksa sauce, much like those chilli crab dip.
Overall, both these were distinct and strong in flavours they would actually go very well with some rice or even Wanton Mee style noodles, although they were meant to be eaten on their own. Keep up the tasty and good value-for-money stuff guys.


Their affordable menu offers an extensive variety of bite-size to big-plate dishes with quirky names such as BellyRollMe, DuckedByLaksa or MythicalChawanmushi. That’s b’cos these guys had creatively put in twists to familiar Japanese and Peranakan or local dishes. The thoughts put into each creation were evident from its presentation and combinations of flavours.
The MythicalChawanmushi, for example, was visually spectacular with the squid-ink Dashi Unicorn that would “disappear” into the Chawanmushi topped with generous serving of Ikura. The BellyRollMe was an unique take on classic Porchetta with Mee Siam gravy, conceptually and tasted really interesting.
While popular items will be kept, they seek to mix others in the Omakase meal to continually introduce surprises in the dining experience. And experience is what they seek to create here. We certainly enjoyed the warm services with great enthusiasm in explaining the story behind each creation. Even the placemat has meaningful messages in its design.
We also appreciate the social-minded efforts from the guys at Uncle Kiisu. What do we mean and what Uncle Kiisu really stands for? It will be more enjoyable to discover and experience it yourself, as what they seek to achieve.
For a limited period, the Omakase meal is going for 1-for-1 with @chopesg booking. Also check out their wine-pairing b’cos we certainly enjoyed it with ours.

You know how when it’s usually a themed cafe, expectations of food are lowered a notch? Not here though, because this chilli crab pasta more than exceeded expectations ($17). Plenty of crab meat with spicy al dente strands of pasta. There is smoked salmon pieces too atop this, which though nice to have, came across a little bizarre in combination.
Another item to get - the shoestring thin truffle fries ($12) that are crispy in every piece and so aromatic in truffle smell. The bucket seemed like always-replenishing because it didn’t seemed like it would end no matter how much we ate. Guess this is magic. Good to share for 2 very hungry souls, or between 4 as a nice side. Skip the butterbeer, or the whipped cream on ice cream soda.
Feeling the magic come to live this Thursday. #accio #trufflefries #platform1094 #herpenandfork #sgblogger #sgfoodie #8dayseat #burpple #vscofood #openricesg #cafehoppingsg #instafood #instafood_sg #onthetable #stfoodtrending

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Being the first Chinese halal seafood kelong located in between Changi ferry terminal and Pulau Ubin, Smith Marine is a unique place to host lunch and (early) dinner as this floating restaurant is only accessible via a bumboat that can be arranged by the restaurant.

Food served here is mainly by set menus, which are catered for at least 8 people. We had the 10 pax menu and one of the dishes was this green mussels in Thai herbs. The brightly coloured mussels here were nothing but fresh. By simply steaming, the fresh ozonic sweetness of the juicy mussels was retained. This sweetness was further enhanced by the Thai herbs that included galangal, lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves as a citrusy aroma was infused into the mussels. Dip them into the Thai sweet chili for a sweet spicy kick!