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This dish comes with 6 fresh prawns topped with some big sliced chilli, scallions and some other seasoning. It’s not spicy at all so can be kids-friendly as well. Always a signature dish in Harry’s.

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Fish and chips was pretty decent. Fries are well seasoned. Worth it with 1-1

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salmon ahumado pancakes were dry and not fluffy. weird corn inside too. the mariscos marinara galettes was so drenched with a very salty sauce over a barely visible crust which became a soggy mess to even pick up and eat with hands or cutlery.. not going to eat here again..

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Service was good and pleasant. When we gave feedback to staff about the crab pasta as it was too salty, they kindly cooked a new set for us (the crab pasta is really good for the second round!) and gave complimentary drinks which was way out of our expectations. The fish tacos were amazing as well. Will come back to visit again! :)

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The Prawn & Seaweed Aglio Olio ($27++) pasta suffered the same predicament of being under seasoned, just like most of the other dishes during our Eatup. However, since said Eatup, I have been assured that @harryssingapore has made the vitally necessary revisions to this quintessential pasta dish.⠀

It’s actually a good dish if it’s the seasoning is spot on. Plump, ocean fresh tiger prawns grace the twirly mound of al dente spaghetti, and it’s garnished with some furikake and a good helping of chili. All that’s needed is enough garlic to kill Dracula from a mile away, and a good dose of high quality extra virgin olive oil & salt.⠀

Not gonna lie, I was shocked to discover that this pasta costs close to thirty bucks. But that’s where #burpplebeyond comes in clutch with the one-for-one deal! Harry’s is definitely one of the more generous Burpple Beyond partners, allowing you to get that sweet 1-for-1 deal on all pizzas, pastas AND mains! That’s right, almost all entrées save for their Asian selections are fair game! ⠀

Once again, thanks for the hospitality @harryssingapore & @burpple!

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I’m actually pretty amazed at the number of restaurants that do achingly tender, fall-off-the bone-cleanly barbecued pork ribs. Back when I was a kid, juicy tender ribs could only be found at Tony Roma’s & Dan Ryan’s. But then again, I shouldn’t be that surprised, because it is 2022, and the standards expected of food have skyrocketed in the last decade or so.⠀

@harryssingapore Dry Rubbed Baby Back Ribs ($33++) meats-sorry, meets, that high standard quite well, boasting meat that tears apart effortlessly & slides right off the bone. Glazed in a barbecue sauce, this truly tender pork is flanked by coleslaw and a good helping of Harry’s fabulous French fries. While the succulence & texture of the pork was impeccable, it was a little lacklustre taste-wise.⠀

If you want to do a spectacular rack of ribs, you gotta go extremely loud. Take the sweetness, smokiness & saltiness expected of a rack of BBQ ribs and turn it up to eleven. Unfortunately, Harry’s rendition is kind of muted, and it wasn’t nearly as impactful as it could’ve been. To be fair, all Harry’s outlets are adjusting & working out the kinks of the all new menu & recipes that have been developed, so I’d expect fantastic food from them in the very near future.⠀

While these baby back ribs may not be as tasty as they could be right now, their scintillating succulence has got me rapping Baby Got Back. Here at Harry’s, she’s got the rack AND the back, and imma risk it all to come back. Many thanks for having us, @harryssingapore & @burpple!

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@harryssingapore is a Singaporean institution, and they’ve come a long way from being a jazz bar with affordable drinks to offering beautiful burgers like their limited edition Martell Bullet Pepper Wagyu Burger ($27++, I believe). What sets this bacon cheeseburger apart from its peers is its special bullet pepper sauce that’s been jazzed up with the addition of @martellofficial cognac, concocted by the new head chef of Harry’s.⠀

The dummy T H I C C wagyu beef patty is incredibly juicy, but I personally felt that the beef within was ground up too finely. The texture felt more akin to a paste that had been compressed into a patty, like a fishcake. I reckon it would benefit the burger if the beef was ground coarser, giving you the familiar chunky bite & mouthfeel of an excellent ground beef patty.⠀

Texture aside, this burger was brilliant. The bullet pepper sauce was piquantly peppery, injecting a great deal of fire into the burger. Unfortunately, due to the strong, spicy pepper flavours, the Martell that went into this thick sauce was completely overshadowed. Oddly enough, this sauce wasn’t notably salty, and most of the savouriness actually came from the two beautifully browned bacon rashers.⠀

This bullet pepper burger is definitely a sumptuous gourmet burger, and biting the bullet has never been so painless & pleasurable. Many thanks for hosting me, @harryssingapore & @burpple!

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wasn’t crispy like how we imagined😞 however, it definitely was cheesy & the roasted potatoes were good

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𝐖𝐇𝐀𝐓 𝐓𝐇𝐄 𝐂𝐋𝐔𝐂𝐊! ($𝟏𝟖) was my reaction when I deadass forgot this was made using TiNDLE💀🐓 It tasted so similar to chicken!!! My personal fav🫶🏼

If you’re new to plant-based🌱 burgers, I’d recommend going for 𝐓𝐇𝐄 𝐂𝐋𝐀𝐒𝐒𝐈𝐂 ($𝟏𝟔)! Or if you prefer meatier burgers, double the Impossible beef patties (+$6). I promise it’s worth it👌🏼👌🏼

𝐓𝐇𝐄 𝐁𝐋𝐀𝐂𝐊 𝐓𝐈𝐄 ($𝟏𝟖) was a crowd favourite with truffle aioli. But I found 𝐎𝐍𝐄 𝐍𝐈𝐆𝐇𝐓 𝐈𝐍 𝐁𝐀𝐍𝐆𝐊𝐎𝐊 ($𝟐𝟎) the most unique🍔, housing a piquant lemongrass-focused sauce!

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mozzarella sticks ($8) were good!!! really liked them with the tomato salsa(?) sauce provided

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