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Tapas Style~ Octopus Galician Style - Grilled octopus with crushed potatoes were pretty good. Croquettes were decent but seafood paella was kinda underwhelming. Quite pricey but i guess you pay for the service.
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6w
Finally gathered the village to try the tapas at @focpimpam We loved the Patatas Bravas ($10) which were fried potatoes topped with spicy salsa and aioli. Just can’t go wrong with that combination. The crab ($12) and mushroom ($10) croquettes were amazing, as expected. However we found the seafood paella ($35) a pity cuz everything else was right except that is was too salty for us.
Weekendeatwhat
17w
Spanish cuisine is commonly known for 3 dishes; tapas, paella and churros. Out of the trinity of foods, I feel that the tapas fared the best out of all. The PIM PAM Trinxat ($20) particularly caught my attention at first glance of the menu as the plate comes with pan fried mashed potatoes, cabbage, stewed pig’s ear, eggs and kale. This combination is something that I haven’t heard or tried before which pique my interest instantly. Upon the first bite, you will experience a myriad of textures from the crispy potatoes and kale, followed by the chewy pig’s ear while the egg when mixed into it provides a creamy consistency and flavour. It was followed with the Iberico Pork Secreto & Mushroom Paella ($33) which packs a bite but it was not as filling. Last but not least, the quintessential Spanish dessert, the classic Churros with Chocolate Sauce ($6). Nothing to shout about for the churros as it might have been in the fryer for a little over as I preferred mine slightly less crisper with more bite. _________________ FOC PIM PAM Address: 442, Orchard Road, Unit 01-29, Singapore 238879
Julius
25w
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Double Grilled Chicken Jade Noodles ($5.90/Lunch Menu) For a simple but satisfying lunch, consider Noodle Thai Thai Kitchen. Their revamped lunch menu features their signature jade noodles with either basil pork or their double grilled chicken. The chicken is grilled with a charred, sweet glaze, but if you’re looking for a more savoury option, go for the basil pork. The star here however is the springy, QQ noodles! Add a dash of their chilli flakes for some intense heat, but just a dash cause I almost burnt my tongue off. 😝
Dex
7w
Their Signature Jade Noodles Are A Good Choice ($5.90 per bowl) Hopped over to @noodlethaithaikitchen yesterday for a quick lunch with @that_dex and @alicia.kho and was pleasantly surprised by how things have changed (for the better) since I was last there. Not that it was ever bad before but the whole set-up seems to be a lot more slick and snazzy now as opposed to the quieter, homely vibe of before. Clearly it’s working out well for them because the place was packed! The redesigned menu offers enough options to please most people. We made a beeline for the signature jade noodles with Dex and Alicia choosing the Double Grilled Chicken for topping while I picked the Basil Minced Pork (each priced at $5.90). Theirs came with cut-up slabs of lightly smoky, tender, boneless chicken that’d been marinated in a sticky, sweetish sauce. If you are drawn to this kind of taste profile, that’s the one to order. I personally much preferred mine because savoury flavours appeal a lot more to me. So the stir-fried spicy minced pork was perfect. All bowls of jade noodles here come with a half-boiled egg. I feel the best way to enjoy this dish is to break the egg and stir it around, so every strand becomes coated with lusciousness.
Veronica
7w
Basil Chicken Jade Noodle Basil minced chicken with Jade Noodle ($5.90). This a hidden gem for thai noodle. This place is crowded during lunch hours. Their signature Basil minced chicken comes with Jade Noodle (spinach noodle) and a soft boiled egg. You give the bowl a good mix and slurp it.
Angeline
8w
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Checked Off The Quality And Value Boxes Can be pricey as compared to other bbq places but we talking about Wagyu beef spread here. What’s best? B&J ice cream is part of the buffet package. 1:1 deal on burpple is totally value for money.
JT
8w
Ten For Tenkaichi Let’s be brutally honest with ourselves here for a diddly darn minute, shall we? Without Burpple Beyond, the overwhelming majority of Burpple users would never even take a second look at quite a few of the places on #burpplebeyond due to the sheer cost. Tenkaichi Yakiniku Restaurant is one such establishment, as a 90 minute meat maelstrom will set you back by a minimum of $70.88++. However, with Burpple Beyond’s 1-for-1 premium buffet set ($114.90 before taxes), there’s quite a bit of savings to be had. My dad and I quite enjoyed the slices of wagyu beef ribeye cap on the left of the plate, which was lean(er) and majestically meaty, and the marvelously marbled wagyu short rib, which was rather fatty but oh so sinfully sensational. The kurobuta karubi (black pork belly) was also rather redolent, and is a nice primer for the heavyweight that is the wagyu beef. All that meat was gone in short order, as it should be. Skip the subpar sushi rolls and cooked items, and save your precious stomach capacity for all that marvelous meat.
Russell
10w
Wagyu Tan (SGD $65 per person buffet) @ Tenkaichi Japanese BBQ Restaurant. . A premium Japanese barbecue and grill buffet restaurant, specialising in wagyu beef. If you like wagyu beef, then this is among the most value-for-money dining options in Singapore, else, there is little reason to visit. . Loved the thinly sliced wagyu beef tan / beef tongue having a tender crunchy texture, with a light savoury meaty peppery flavour. Grills really fast too, so it's best to start with this. . Ambience could be improved though. . . . Tenkaichi Japanese BBQ Restaurant More details on blog
Ivan
18w
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👉4 Tier Pagoda Steamboat Buffet👈 By making a reservation through Chope, you can get 10-20% discount by purchasing their cash voucher beforehand. 。 Overall, it was a great experience being able to steam, bbq and boil your food all at the same time. The unlimited cheese fondue was the MVP, complementing well with almost anything.
Mr Digester
5w
Pagoda Steamboat A very worthy find with a good range of meat and seafood and condiments with different menu types for steamboat available. Good service too! Location: Level 1, 73 Upper Paya Lebar Rd Singapore 534818
Regina
10w
| 🥘 Popular Halal Buffet offering 50 over items !... ~ · Pagoda Steamboat Buffet – Supreme Package – Weekday Dinner $38.90 Weekend $40.90 · It’s called the Pagoda Steamboat for a reason, there’s 4 tiers, Soup Base – BBQ – Dipping Sauce – Steaming. Cheese dip is my personal favorite that will go well with most of the food. Buffet also consist of free flow of seafood, tender marinated meat, steamboat items, vegetables and drinks. With over 50 items for you to pick from, go ahead and indulge like a king, lobster could be included too! There aren’t a lot of places that offers Halal Steamboat, so it’s a great place to hang out with you friends and colleagues to chit chat over the meal. They offer D.I.Y Pizza too, go give it a try if you are feeling adventurous. Remember to end off the meal on a sweet note with a big scoop of ice cream · Thank you @burpple & @cafeflame for hosting · The Flame Café @cafeflame
Jaden
33w
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For Hot Pot and Cheap Beer This is our go-to for reasonably priced hot pot and affordably priced beer; the industrial chic setting of brick walls and cement floors is a nice plus. Along with standard ingredients like sliced meat, seafood and veggies, the Steamboat Buffet ($29.80) also features lesser provided ingredients like pig intestines, prawn paste and beef omasum (a part of cow stomach). The latter is especially delicious having soaked up all the flavours in the mala broth. Like Guo Fu Steamboat, the price here excludes the broth base — expect to pay an average of $18 for two soups, so come in a group to keep the cost down. Some favourite broths among the Burpple community include the Sichuan mala, the pork-based bone soup and sweet tomato. Beer lovers would appreciate that the beer here averages at $6 a serving, with four big bottles of Qingdao going for $20! Avg price: $40 Photo by Burppler Jason Yeo
Burpple
1y
55 Steamboat If you are looking for all you can eat buffet concept hot pot yet with fresh ingredients, check this one out. Good ambiance and very price friendly beer ($6) as well. They've made a lot efforts in the whole decor also. Will come back again! 👍🏻
Ni
1y
Steamboat Buffet Steamboat Buffet (~$40/pax) Newly opened @55steamboat serves up excellent soup bases like their pork bone soup and mala soup. The rich pork bone broth is already very tasty on its own. Overall, ingredients were very fresh. I particularly enjoyed their big intestines strips, an item seldom available at buffets. Another item deserving special mention is their handmade prawn ball. Served in a piping bag, the service staff will assist you to add the prawn paste into the soup in the shape of little prawn balls! Once cooked, the balls are a nice pinkish red and delivers the sweetness and crunchiness of the fresh prawn meat! 55 Steamboat is currently running a 10% discount opening promo so capture the opportunity to try this at a steal😉!
Jayson
2y
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