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Good To Be A Student ($8.5 After Gst And Student Discount20% Off Ala Carte) When i saw the bowl i tot i made a mistake for paying double the price of a hawker centre char siew noodles but boy was i glad to be wrong! Signature fei po char siew noodle didnt disappoint and the char siew was probably the best i've ever had. Super tender and fatty, the char siew had an amazing sweet savoury glaze as well. The dark sauce drizzled over only served to amplify the umami of the char siew, while it worked with the noodles and the chili for an amazingly fragrant bite deserving of accompanying the char siew. No service charge but no complains about that! Service was pretty good though
Wuu
1w
Cozy Cafe serving Delicious HK Favourites Croissant with Char Siew from Kowloon Bay HK Cafe which comes with a side of salad and fries. Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/kowloon-bay-hk-cafe/
Maureen
4w
Signature Fei Po Char Siew & Crispy Pork Belly Returned with mum since we were around Hillion Mall wondering what to have. Decided to order these two meats and paired it with their Sesame Rice (which was pretty similar to the rice we get with Chicken Rice). Sure; they could probably do better in terms of presentation but the Char Siew was still pretty much as tender and sweet as it used to be; it is also noted that the Char Siew was also sliced thicker than the ones served with the noodles that I previously had. The Crispy Pork Belly was also pretty impressive; despite the slightly coarser meat that we had, the skin was biscuity crisp and the meat was pretty flavourful from the spices rubbed into it — could have been better if it was slightly more fatty but still pretty good looking past the texture of the meat!
Xing Wei
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5w
Signature Fei Po Char Siew Noodle Was told that their Signature Fei Po Char Siew is one of the highlights on their menu, and hence revisited to try that out. A pretty palatable bowl of noodles here; it's decently springy and tossed in a savoury, dark sauce but it's indeed the Signature Fei Po Char Siew that is in the limelight here — caramalised and sweet while tender, soft and juicy; the only qualm was that I wished it was more chunkier for more bite. That being said, it's probably sliced this way since the portion here is just nice to compliment with the noodles; would probably have to go for the single portion of solely meat the next time to get myself satisfied!
Xing Wei
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Anarchy Wine + Brew Bar - Invited Tasting - Bites : Mussel Fritters with Yuzu Miso (💵S$15) 🍋 • One of America's most dangerous export was never nuclear weapons or Jerry Lewis... or even Baywatch reruns &/or Their decision for the current Whitehouse Mr T (Okay maybe that deserves of a post by itself, Oh America~) 🇺🇸 It was, is, & probably always will be their obsession of frying things up, Deep Fried Food & fast food outlets. 🍟 • ACAMASEXPLAINS💮: An ounce of Sauce covers a multitude of Sins. Just like the "Fake News" or as John Oliver mentioned "Stupid Watergate" plastered all over it. 🖖🏻
Acamas Teo
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Truffle Ribeye Bowl with Foie Gras By incorporating whiskeys and wines into a number of their items and dishes, Anarchy Wine + Brew Bar’s revamped menu was perhaps catered to a more mature palate. Hence, hits and misses for me, my favourite was the Truffle Ribeye Bowl with Foie Gras [$22]. A healthy bowl that came with a base of mixed rice or gluten-free quinoa, sous vide egg, bruleed foie gras and hearty Australian ribeye finished off with an earthy truffle glaze. This was a hosted tasting by @thewineanarchy, thanks @Burpple for the invite!
Vanessa
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1w
Okay Lah Foie Gras tasted a lil funny tbh, but the rest of the dish was quite okay. $22 is steep but typical, might come back again. Service is meh.
Wan
1w
Our dinner spread at Anarchy Wine + Brew Bar last weekend. There were some hits and misses, and we concluded that the Mussel Fritters with Yuzu Miso ($15) and Truffle Ribeye Bowl with Foie Gras ($22) were the more interesting ones. This was a hosted tasting, thanks @burpple for the invite! #burpple #burppletastemaker #flatlay
Kelly
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2w
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5- Spice Duck- Smoked Duck Breast, Spiced Duck Leg Confit, Homemade Hoisin Sauce, Apricot Coulis, Steam Buns; XYT Ayam Percik- Chargrilled Spring Chicken with Spiced Coconut Cream and Lime; Crispy Otah Rolls with Tangy Tamarind Peanut Sauce; Braised Baby Spinach with Hand-picked Crabmeat, Goji Berry, Egg Flower Scallop Broth; Charred Eggplant with Sichuan Pepper Spiced Lamb and Pickled Chilli Yoghurt Upscale meal with inspiration from around the world- yet consisting predominantly of Asian flavours (i.e Lamb and Yoghurt combination primarily seen in Indian cuisine; steam bun with smoked duck breast a fusion of western and Chinese cuisine). I throughly enjoyed the meal although guilty of failing to capture all flavours carefully as we hungrily chow down our food. The charred eggplant was a stunning combination that surprisingly worked though it would be a home run if the Yoghurt was more pronounced. The 5-Spiced Duck was a delight to have with the steamed pocket baos as well. On the other side of the table, the baby spinach broth- was a winning classic that was worth trying. Because we decided to head over to apiary for desserts instead, we will be back for the full course with their 2 interesting dessert items on the dinner menu.
Tammy
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2w
Pork Knuckle Fritters ($18) This was super shiok. You get x5 very crispy deep fried pulled pork potato ball-like things dressed with sriracha mayo and served with a cucumber som tam. The batter of the fritter was what made it for me (of course, the tastiness of the filling and tenderness of the pulled pork also helped). They do work out to be $3.60 a fritter so... many small bites. 👍🏼
Phoebe
5w
XYT Hokkien Mee ($16) I'm not usually a big fan of Hokkien mee because... I'm Team Black Hokkien Mee (🇲🇾) and also the siapsiap aftertaste of yellow mee does not sit well with me. However, this was deliciousss. The use of thick rice noodles ensured it wasn't too starchy (and siapsiap-free) however, it was not as "wok charred" as described in the menu. There was a generous serving of large prawns & clams and the overall flavour had the right amount of prawniness. Prawness? I'm going with prawniness. Service was excellent, our hostess came over to give recommendations and check on the food. Also, the interior of the place is a sight to behold: lanterns, kitsch posters, old school telephones and booby art. 👍🏼 I'd defo come back to try the rest of the menu.
Phoebe
5w
"East meets West". . Brunching with an Asian touch when Egg Bendict meets fried mantou as a base and topped with slabs of grilled unagi coated with savoury bbq sauce. . An interesting pairing option indeed.
Lewis
9w
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dagwood, elvis, reuben. the meat:bread ratio in this sandwich is not great but it ended up a satisfying meal. was hoping for a katz's deli kind of sandwich but i guess that kind of food only exists in america. nevertheless the mix of corned beef, emmenthal, sauerkraut and reuben dressing was at once savoury, creamy and tart. the guinness stout bread was fantastic, though - toothsome crust with a nice, moist crumb. went in at 3pm and the place was nearly empty. it's a good thing lunch lasts til 4; schedules can be busy at times.
Nathanael
17w
Pappardelle with beef ragu. The ragu had a meaty stench from poor seasoning? Not recommended.
Yvonne
17w
First burger of 2017 and look - tiny pickle! The double decker burger sounded good on paper but failed the impress. The seasoning of the patty seemed a little off. However the fries were done well.
Yvonne
17w
A Bakery On A Hill? Finally decided to visit nassim hill after reading reviews/looking at so many pictures and viewing the menu so many times hehe plus got entertainer 1-1 so even greater perks beside the tasty looking food!!!! Was q bummed that the main menu item offer did not apply to salads but I was determined to still order the Asian BBQ Chicken salad ($15). Was rather impressed by the juicy meat and flavorful BBQ rub on the chicken breast, the freshness of the cucumbers, red peppers and carrots as well as the crunchiness from the sliced almonds, edamame and golden wanton skins. That was q a lengthy description wasn't it, but all these individual elements that laid on a bed of greens was complimented well by the soy ginger dressing that (thumbs up to the cafe) was placed on the side. I don't like saucy salads so I was glad when I had the choice of how much dressing I wanted to add and boy, it was good. I will definitely come back here to try the sandwiches or even the breakfast menu on my not-so-detox day 😛😛😛
Victoria
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