Budae Jjgae (Army Stew) $39 It was a cold and rainy day so we decided to try : Ham & Sausage Ramen in Hot Pot !! omg... the portion is so huge and worth sharing maybe for 2 or even 3. The kimchi stew was juz amazing!! Thanks to the lady manager, we got a free topup of the stew (coz it was so good that our stew was almost empty)... or was it suppose to be free? (not sure) (ᵔᴥᵔ) Worth trying guys!! Will definitely come back for more!!
Hanais
4d
Budae Jiggae For $39 bucks, this Budae Jiggae was good for 2-3 pax. Broth was tasty and worth it with a generous mix of chicken and veg. It wasn't spicy at all. The mushroom Japchae($8) we ordered was just meh. It was lacking ingredients like mushrooms (it's a mushroom dish), sesame oil and it had a strong raw carroty taste. We decided it tasted better dropped into our army stew. Would be great if they offered free banchan (side dishes) like other Korean places but they don't. One thing that could use serious improvement though is the customer service. We were blantedly ignored by 3 different waiters and waitresses even though the place wasn't busy. We only wanted to call for additional water and these service people saw us waving, but they all decided turned their heads and face another direction. They were idle at that point. Yeah... ummm real friendly. So when we finally got the female waitress to stop to hear us out 15 minutes later when she scooted past, first thing she did was to slot us a receipt. Which came as a surprise too because nobody told us iced water was chargeable and on a non-refillable basis. Water came 10mins later. What a tale lol. We might come again for the variety- food was decent but we think the service could be better. This place would be good for family gatherings or with muslim friends. Aside from the pajeon ($16 pancakes), most of the food seem reasonably priced. We paid about $20/pax.
Rianne
5w
Delicious Halal Army Stew Budae Jjigae - each pot comes with generous helpings of chicken, chicken ham, chicken sausage, Korean rice cakes, baked beans, an assortment of mushrooms, tofu, kimchi, ramen, and a slice of cheese. Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/muk-bang-korean-restaurant/
Maureen
7w
Army Stew Rich in flavour and ingredients, this army stew is delicious. It tends to be a bit too spicy for some people but I enjoyed it a lot
Ethel
9w
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Ticonderoga ($20) High west rye whiskey, averna coffee, smoked maple, black walnut – smooth and oaky with a spicy finish. A spirit-forward drink, for times when we need a drink and we need it strong.
Michelle Kayla
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Roasted Cauliflower Steak ($20) Some may baulk at shelling out $20 for a vegetable dish, but this Cauliflower Steak is worth every penny. The Middle-Eastern touches – saffron-tinged yoghurt and aromatic dukkah – delivered bold, punchy flavours that accentuated the vegetable's inherent sweetness. Paired with Moroccan millet "cous cous" and tangy marinated zucchini, it more than held its own as a main course; and even outshone its meaty counterpart, the bavette steak, in my opinion 🙊
Michelle Kayla
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Brandt Bavette Steak ($28) This was surprisingly flavourful and suitably moist, despite the lack of marbling in this lean cut. However, it started to get monotonous after a while – perhaps leaner cuts aren't quite my thing. The roasted grape salsa was delicious, though. Grapes were plump and in equal parts sweet and tart – great for balancing out the steak's rich, buttery flavours.
Michelle Kayla
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Mezcal Negroni ($20) A twist on the classic Negroni, Crackerjack's riff replaces gin with Mina Real mezcal, and pairs it with mancino chinato (vermouth) and cacao bitters. The end result is a smooth, smoky, and well balanced drink that's good for anytime of the night. I think I like this even more than the classic, which I happen to like a lot 🙊 Pro-tip: If you're looking for something bespoke, you can ask the lovely bartender, Lucinda (aka Luc) to customise one according to your preferred flavour profile and/or base spirit. She fixed us a Mezcal (yes, can't get enough of it) Old Fashioned with grapefruit bitters as well, and it has since captured my heart. I need to go back, pronto.
Michelle Kayla
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Another pretty cafe spotted to get caffeinated @groundstory_stories. As both a craft store and a cafe, it's a feast both for the eyes and the tastebuds. No food is served here though, only coffee and cakes. Coffee was not bad too 🙌🏻
Raine
8w
Long Black ($4) A beautiful space to drop by for a calming cup of coffee and to browse pretty house things like plates, vases and cushions. They use Common Man beans here. Coffee was pleasant!
Jayne
8w
Great Place To Get Some Work Done! During off peak times, it's a great place to get some work done or catch up with friends! Located within the same place, they sell very chio homeware and deco too! Friendly staff always ready to answer your questions👌🏼 enjoyed the coffee ($5.50), thought the black sesame slice ($8.50) could have more punch😅
Kat
8w
Banana Cake + Flat White From Groundstory Coffee and Crafts — a new cafe-cum-retail concept that just opened its doors at 758 North Bridge Road. The retail space takes half of the shop space on the right, selling pretty homeware including ceramic plates and other home decor while the left is taken up by the cafe. Opted for the Banana Cake; a gluten-free, nut-free, dairy-free Cake that is remotely similar to our neighbourhood style Banana Cake. Sourced from a home baker, I liked how the cake comes covered in desiccated coconut and even comes with a layer of it in between much like the frosting/icing/cream in a usual cake. Bits of dried cranberries also help to include a light tang to the cake for a slight contrast in flavour. Flat White was also well pulled — creamy, smooth and comes with a medium body with a nutty, earth flavour profile — brewed from a blend of 50% Ethiopian and 50% Brazilian beans.
Xing Wei
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Claypot Chilli Crab!! This is another of my favourites at @crab_corner ! . At first taste, the thick and eggy sauce is slightly sweet and only mildly spicy. But slowly, you will feel the spice kick from the chopped chilli padi in the sauce! . Where to find this? Crab Corner 📍 1 Joo Koon Circle, FairPrice Hub L3-26, S629117 . [This was taken during a food tasting.]
My
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If you often shop at Warehouse Club at Fairprice Hub, keep a lookout for @Crab_Corner ! . Literally located at a corner in the foodcourt area of Fairprice Hub, Crab Corner serves crabs (I know I'm stating the obvious🙈), roast meats and curry fish head among other zi char dishes. . Served in a claypot, their curry fish head features the usual complements like tau pok, lady's fingers, brinjal and cabbage. What's worth mentioning though is the aromatic laksa-like broth, one that is not overly milky and well balanced between the sweet, spicy and savoury flavours. . Where to find this? Crab Corner 📍 1 Joo Koon Circle, FairPrice Hub L3-26, S629117 💲 S$26.80 . [This was taken during a food tasting.]
My
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Claypot Chili Crab (Seasonal Price) Heavenly crab with great freshness and in savoury flavours of Singaporeans likes - an unofficial national dish from @Crab_Corner which we all secretly didn't want to share last night. The chili-drenched crustacean here has a friendly spice level and is on the sweeter end of the spectrum, with fleshy plump meat doused in thick luscious egg tomato-y sauce. Our "2nd meal" began when the fried mantous arrived & everyone started to sponge their gear up to every last bit of the gravy. It's okay to get our hands dirty here as long as we have our crab craving satisfied. . Thanks @IGHut for the media hosting & @Crab_Corner for having us!
Blanche
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Special Sauce Cripsy Beancurd With Crabmeat Presentation of dish was appealing with the beancurd placed like a shiny bright star !! Beancurd was crispy on the outside and soft on the inside..drizzled with pumpkin sauce and a generous lot of crabmeat!! Yums: 4/5
Foodie
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Very nice aburi sushi! Suntec branch: Super affordable sushi's! But be warned, their other foodstuff that i've tried on the menu was very underwhelming and pricier compared to similar counterparts. Probably their sales tactic - lure you in with cheap sushi and profit via the sales of main menu items. There is nth wrong, but at least make sure it's good! Rating: 7/10 Will i return/recommend: Yes/Yes (only for aburi sushi) Pros: I love the aburi shake, foie gras and hotate sushi's! Super good for the price you pay. Friendly, welcoming environment. Cons: Only the aburi sushi stood out to me. Tried a couple of their other main dishes and was disappointed even at a slightly more expensive price compared to other similar establishments. Price: S$0.80++ /pc for salmon & hotate aburi sushi. S$4++ /pc for foie gras aburi sushi. S$8++ for chawanmushi.
Eat.Swell
7w
Just thinking about the negitoro and spicy hamachi/salmon/tuna sushi that I had four hundred and seventy-three Tsuta Ramen posts ago at Sushi Goshin, which has outlets at Suntec City and VivoCity. The sushi, one of my favourites in Singapore, gets you hot under the mouthly collar with a one-two punch of chilli oil and wasabi, and the fumes fly up your nose with precision. On a related note, there's a $0.80 (!!!!) sushi promotion going on now, with selected picks like salmon belly and raw scallop (not the trashy boiled kind) going for criminally cheap. Sushi Goshin is one of my favourite sushi places around, and it won't be difficult to understand why once you've been.
Shawn
29w
Love this big cheesy scallop! It came with a little enoki mushrooms as well. Our tea-pot soup was a light and refreshing soup with pieces of chicken and Japanese fish cakes. Great when you just feel like having a little soup.
Ashley
1y
This is the first time I had unagi sushi which doesn't have any bones! I always don't take unagi due to the bones in them. But these prove me wrong. Lightly toasted unagi drizzled with teriyaki sauce and sesame seeds, on a tiny bed of sushi rice. Yum!
Ashley
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For a Business Meal in Town This family-run restaurant in Forum the Shopping Mall serves a variety of set meals that are great for hosting business associates. Using only quality ingredients like Alaskan crab, Soon Hock fish and South African abalones, the meal is bound to impress your dining partners. The Lobster and Dim Sum Set ($38) is very value for money, featuring three kinds of dim sum, a delightful double boiled soup, roasted duck and soya chicken, stewed lobster noodles and a dessert. Aside from set meals, the Beef Brisket Noodle ($12.80) is also worth ordering for its tender to bite beef chunks, and get the Steamed Malay Cake ($4) for a sweet fix. For drinks, the restaurant prides itself on wine pairing, evident with their racks of wine around the restaurant. Just ask the friendly in-house sommelier for recommendations. Pro tip: Feel free to BYO. There’s no corkage fee here! Avg Price: $40 per person Photo by Burppler Jayne Tan
Burpple
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Durian Glutinous Ball ($5.40) Love durian sticky rice rolls from Hong Kong-style dessert shops? These bite-sized balls wrapped by a thin glutinous rice flour skin filled with luscious durian pulp are so much better! . 😍 Love how it was chilled, not frozen or halfway through defrosting. A great way to end a meal for durian lovers! Available during lunch and dinner.
Muriel
29w
Steamed Malay Cake ($4) Can’t go wrong with this fluffy block of steamed cake from the Dim Sum Menu (lunch only) — not too sweet and uber pillowy!
Muriel
29w
Noodle Soup with Beef Brisket ($12.80) Miss Hong Kong’s braised beef brisket with super boing boing noodles? Get your fix sorted here! Not the cheapest but you’ll get your money’s worth with that super generous pile of fork-tender beef and melt-in-the-mouth tendon pieces. So satisfying! 😍
Muriel
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