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Satisfying myself with the indulgent FRIED food at @mischief.sg! 😍😍😍 For big groups, go for The Chicken Farm ($48++)! 👏🏻 A huge platter of Buffalo wings, Singapore-style prawn paste chicken 🐓, cheezy popcorn chicken, grilled nachos with salsa & guacamole 🥑, this is perfect for sharing! ✌🏻
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If burgers are your kind of food, you'd be spoilt for choice here too! 🍔 Mushroom lovers will be delighted with Stoners ($20++) which features a grilled beef patty, slow-cooked mushrooms 🍄 with herbs & melted creamy cheese 🧀, sandwiched between toasted Brioche bun with a touch of ketchup 🍅, arugula & virgin olive oil.
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My fave was the Mamacita ($20++), which carried a nice spicy kick with the use of custom roasted chilli blend & sriracha mayo! 💕 The crispy shallots & spring onions enhanced the aroma of this burger also sandwiching a juicy beef patty 🤤🤤🤤
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For non-beef eaters, The Lovebird ($20++) will be a safe choice! You will find between the toasted brioche buns 🥯 2 golden deep-fried chicken thighs, melted cheddar, fried egg 🍳, charred onions & pickled jalapeno.
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Come & be satisFRIED too!

Ordered this through delivery for our company year-end lunch. The crackling was still crisp after we started eating. Although, I think the previous packaging of the food was better - it was wrapped in aluminium foil, and the sides were boxed separately; the Pork Knuckle then was still piping hot when I opened up (as the foil helped retained the heat).

In any case, it’s still my go-to option for Pork Knuckle!

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The decor here is stunning and interior looks grand and luxurious. The grand entrance walkway resembles Kyoto’s Fushimi Inari Shrine. With all the extravaganza their mains are actually quite reasonably priced. Sides maybe not, as a sashimi/sushi platter of 9 slices cost $78++ & $88++ respectively. Had Scallion fried rice ($32++) and Wafu Carbonara with Uni ($38++). Portion was decent and I like the fried rice, it’s wet version in sizzling hotpot. Texture is something like Mui fan, in between porridge and fried rice. Seafood/scallops chunks can be found in every mouth yums. As for the Cabonara, you will get what you expected for Cabonara but i’m not a fan of capsicum. Nothing remarkable for the mains if you ask me but this place perfect for celebrating special occasions. Will definitely return to try their sides and other mains.

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Best part is it’s usually quite healthy too as long as you don’t choose the fried ones, and go easy on the soya sauce.
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This we tried at Ten Sushi at Robertson Quay. Prices are pretty reasonable!
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Ten Sushi
📍60 Robertson Quay , #01-09, Singapore 238252
🚇Fort Canning MRT Station

A beautiful sashimi dish, served over ice, featuring 11 different varieties of raw seafood or fish.
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The fish varieties include tuna loin, tuna belly, salmon loin, salmon roe, Japanese amberjack / yellowtail, and flying fish roe, while the seafood varieties include squid, prawns / shrimp, octopus, scallop, and sea urchin.
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Fresh and succulent, each has their own signature texture; tender, bouncy, juicy, or creamy; but all are clean-tasting with bright sweet ocean flavours.
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However, quality of cut is inconsistent, some being sliced aginst the grain, while others have varying thickness. Have had better elsewhere, but this is still a decent dish to order here.
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TEN Sushi
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Gong Salt and Pepper Squid $17; Crispy Chicken Karage $18; and Florets of Cauliflower $14.
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Salt and pepper squid is one of the most common entrées in a modern Australian restaurant. The version here is spiced up with garlic, red chilli, black peppercorn, sugar & spring onion. Giving it the WOW factor when you bit into the crispy and springy squid.
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Who can say NO to Japanese style crispy fried chicken? Well marinated with soy sauce and deep-fried till crispy. Instead of the usual mayonnaise, The Gong version is served with a super spicy dip.
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Florets of Cauliflower [Slide Left]. A delicious entrée. You can expect a crispy texture on the exterior of cauliflower followed with a moist and juicy interior. The pesto sauce coated this dish add a refreshing and complex flavour to the dish together with the red radish. Meanwhile, the bursting sweetness of the grape added a touch of sweetness to the overall dish.
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Full review of The Gong us up on Chubbybotakkoala.com . You can follow the link at my profile page or copy this http://bit.ly/cbk-545 .
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A delightful, luxurious treat.
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Sufficiently sized for individuals, each piece is chosen by Chef from the range of seasonal seafood or fish that is available. Usually similar to what you'll receive in the sashimi platter.
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The presentation of this wows, but it has to be eaten quickly, before it warms to room temperature. If you want something more filling than sashimi, get this instead.
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TEN Sushi
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Basically dry laksa, sans noodles, baked into a tart. So-so only. Surprisingly the chips were quite shiok, despite being just potato chips.

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This small, cosy bar is named "TEN", because the Japanese word for this number also sounds like the words for "heaven" and "celebration", all of which TEN Sushi embodies.
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Served over ice with a sprinkle of lemon juice for acidity, these Japanese oysters are plump and meaty, with a big juicy bite that floods the palate with lovely sweet briny flavour.
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There's 2 types of garnish; big globules of ikura / salmon roe which burst with sharp briny salty flavour, and small globules of tobiko / flying fish roe which have a much lighter sweet salty flavour.
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Delicious and succulent.
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TEN Sushi
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This hole-in-the-wall pizza bar is perfect for catch-ups with your mates. You've come for the Green Machine ($25) — a veggie creation of bechamel, kale, pistachios and asparagus that will satisfy even the most die-hard meat-lover. Also good are the Umami Bomb ($29) and the popular Dr Pepperoni ($31) with red sauce, mozzarella, capers, chilli oil and thinly sliced pepperoni. End on a sweet note with Grandma's Carrot Cake ($12). Look out for their curated selection of wines by the glass or carafe.
Photo by Burppler Eunice Pang

Spend a lazy Sunday afternoon (12-3pm) at this glitzy bar ranked 11th in the World's 50 Best Bars. You're here for their Cocktail Brunch (from $158) featuring free-flow cocktails, beers and wine and fantastic food selections. There's a Gin and Tonic Station, a DIY Bloody Mary Room to build your own drink as well as boozy milkshakes! Line your tummy with a soft-boiled egg with rum-infused truffle jus before making your rounds at their indulgent food stations. Expect bagels and schmears, freshly shucked oysters, Maine lobsters, wagyu beef, a fine selection of artisinal cheeses and old-fashioned crepes Suzettes.
Photo by Burppler Shawn Loh

A showpiece plate.
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This features a thin yet chewy slice of raw Grade A4 wagyu beef, laid over a small sticky soft sushi vinegared rice ball.
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Chef torches this lightly tableside, brushes each piece with sticky sweet teriyaki sauce, then tops it with crisp spring onions to finish.
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Bite in, and you get bold smoky meaty fatty savoury sweet flavours, which is so succulent and luxurious.
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TEN Sushi
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