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They had the 1 for 1 promo for the baby back ribs ($40.90++). We ordered the garlic and hickory flavour. Hickory is the OG flavour and was delicious. For the garlic, it is kind of salty but good that they are generous with the amount of sauce.

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Second time here for brunch. Had the soft shell crab linguine which was superb! Nice touch of acidic from the tomato which kept me wanting me. Soft shell crab added nice crunch texture to the dish.

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3⭐️/5 [$37.95 ++ before GST]
(applicable for burpple 1-for-1)

If you like melted cheese over nacho cheese, the cheese fries would be good a good side upgrade. The spicy prawns, the buns, the sides and every thing is a plus point But the patty really pulls the dish down for being dry. I would go for their signature Baby back Ribs instead if Im craving for meat.

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The Seasonal Cobbler ($22) is a Southern classic that is great for sharing and it comes with brown sugar oat crumble with two large scoops of vanilla ice cream and topped with a red caramel tuile. For something tangy, the Key Lime Pie ($16) will awaken your tastebuds with the toasted mint meringue and seasonal fruits.
🍽️ Yardbird Southern Table and Bar
📍 2 Bayfront Ave, Marina Bay Sands Singapore, Unit B1-07, Singapore 018972

Clinched the SG Food Masters awards for 3 consecutive years from 2020 to 2022!

Established since 2003, @littlelazylizardsg is a quaint bistro bar that dishes out Western cuisine at relatively pocket-friendly prices! Their award-winning signature dishes include Rack of Pork, St. Louis BBQ Pork Ribs & Crabby Pesto Pasta!

Here’s what we enjoyed that night…
👉Rack of Pork - SGD31.80
duroc pork rack with cream peppercorn sauce, truffled mashed potatoes, sautéed mushrooms & garlic confit
👉Classic Ribeye - SGD31.80
pan-seared ribeye with peppercorn sauce, straight-cut fries & mesclun salad
👉Burrata (NEW) - SGD18.80
🍹Pina Colada - SGD13.80
🍹Nessie - SGD9.80

Hands down, the best Rack of Pork I’ve ever had, so tender and juicy! You must try it for yourself… As for the 2nd main course, the Classic Ribeye was done medium-rare and boasted a nice pink centre.

Their fresh & creamy burrata paired really well with the crispy butter toast and poached apple cubes. A great appetiser for sharing!

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📍Little Lazy Lizard
789 Bukit Timah Rd, S269763
🚇Very near Sixth Avenue MRT

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💕Jason Four Cheese.
My fav, Toasted Demi soft brioche bun served with 2 x 100 gr tender juicy Tasmanian beef Pattie’s with special blend of cheeses, three island mayo.
💕Sambal Man.
For person whose love spicy, wholemeal mango flour bun served with Tasmanian beef patty, served with gochujang ketchup, house sambal, smoked applewood cheddar, miso mayo and pickled onions.
wholemeal mango flour bun served with Hawkes Bay Ovation lamb patty, charred tomato, coriander mint salad, guacamole, lettuce and creme fraiche.
💕Wilfred brownie
Chocolate and walnut fudge brownie served with house vanilla ice cream, chocolate mousse, chocolate sauce and toasted white chocolate crumb.
💕Broc Party.
It’s a very good side dish, Roasted broccoli with miso mayo, parmesan reggiano, calamansi , toasted chases and chilli.

📍Three Buns Quayside.
60 Robertson Quay

Returned again to Lai Wah, was passing by the area here for lunch, realised I didn't bring my wallet with me, so was finding a place to eat that have cashless payment. So was rather glad that Lai Wah, despite being such an old school restaurant that has been around for over 50 years, has also embraced cashless payment modes.

Hor Fun, which usually goes for $8, is avaliable during lunch time(11am to 2.30pm) and dinner time (6 to 9.30pm) for only $4.50.

The half crispy chicken is also available for $10(usual price $20) for the same lunch and dinner time promo.

Wok Hei very strong, hor fun was flavourful. Ingredients were fresh as well, vegetables tasted like it was bought off market in the morning, the meat and seafood were fresh as well.

New York Strip Steak and Double Decker Double Cheeseburger

Petits Pois, Edamame, Banana Shallot, Smoked Garlic Jam.

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Mousseline Potato, Caramelised Vegetables, Béarnaise Sauce, Beef Jus.

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6 sticks with Rice Cake, Cucumber, Onion and Peanut Sauce.

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Agria Potato Rösti, Seasonal Truffle, Baby Greens Sous Vide Free-range Egg Yolk

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