Tom Yum Seafood Pasta

$17.00 Β· 28 Reviews

$15 for this one, quite interesting and flavourful! The truffle taste was strong and the texture of the runny egg complimented it very well. Also tried their tom yum seafood pasta ($17), the tom yum wasn't strong enough and tasted quite artificial.

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Was eating properly with "pasta form" and decorum until I tasted this and I couldn't help but start slurping down this amazing dish. Rather different from the usual Tom yum, not mentioning it's superbly creamy, but you can definitely tell the elements used in a Tom yum e.g. the lemongrass. However if your execution is this stellar any innovation is forgiven even if it doesn't stay true to its name. Certainly helps that the seafood was incredibly fresh you can tell immediately, be it the prawns or the mussels. The mushrooms were also a perfect compliment and is good enough to be served on its own. Combine that with cherry tomatoes and you're set for a mindblowing fusion pasta dish

Oh yeah ofc the pasta was al dente you can't expect them to mess that up right when everything else is great


Tried the Tom Yum Seafood Pasta and the generous serving of seafood, aptly-cooked linguine and spicy sour punch from the sauce was super comforting for a dinner after work. What more with 10% off the bill with @holler.out 😍 Head there for late lunch today!
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I don't usually settle for pasta especially in cafes, but this dish had been consistently mentioned by friends so often I thought I might as well try it as a treat before entering the exam hall (oh excuses ...). Pasta was al-dente and the seafood was actually rather fresh especially the prawns β€” the pasta was laced in this Tom Yum sauce with bright, tangy flavours that dances on the tongue that is lightly spicy but very alluring. It's actually quite near perfection β€” if only the sauce is less watery and thicker in consistency so it laces around the strands of linguine better; would really agree to this dish in a heartbeat!


A fusion style pasta that, in my opinion, nailed it.
Hitting that elusive point where East meets West appetisingly can be tricky but co-owner cum head chef Charles pulled it off with this Tom Yum Seafood Pasta. I like that he created the sauce to lean towards a dry-ish type of curry rather the thick, creamy sort. It's also fragrant and has a medium level of spiciness that should be acceptable to most people. For the price, there's a good amount of prawns, squid, mussels and mushrooms. What impressed me most though was hearing the other co-owner Karen say she actually goes to buy the seafood fresh from the wet markets in Bedok every couple of days. Now you know why this dish simply bursts with flavour.


Had the chili crab linguine and Thai iced milk tea which was pretty good!! 😁 Love their coffee as well! It's super smooth πŸ˜‹πŸ˜ Can't wait to try their highly raved Tom yum pasta and mentaiko sweet potato fries though!
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The cafe is tucked away in a corner and it was rather small in size nevertheless, the ambience was rather nice. We got the outside seats due to full house indoors. Just remember that it will be rather humid if you're going to sit outside on a hot and sunny afternoon! We ordered the Tom Yum Seafood Pasta ($17) and the Nacho Libre Burger($16). β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €The Tom Yum Seafood Pasta in my opinion is packed with a punch of flavor. Not only was the pasta al-dente, the sauce was adequate with a balance of sour, spice and creamy. The prawns and squids were nice but just a tad bit overcooked. Mussels was decent. I feel that this tom yum pasta was even better than 49 seats which supposingly claims to be one of the best? But my experience didn't tells me so.
Next up, the Nacho Libre Burger. It's a very interesting concept to put chips in a burger which gives a different texture to the burger itself. The salsa and guacamole was quite nice and not too overpowering. The chicken patty is grilled nicely without being too dry. All in all, this burger is quite unique, but I still felt that the Tom Yum Seafood Pasta top it off.
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Do note that you have to make your way to the counter to have your order placed, and also self service with the cutleries and water. However, they do not charged any service charge or GST so why not? The prices are very affordable with the quality of the food they serve. Instagram: takemefeedme

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It is way more stimulating than any salted egg yolk pasta. The sauce, fragrant with lime leaves, lemongrass, clings onto the spaghetti nicely. It is a little spicy, with creaminess rounding out the tangy edges. What gives the sauce its depth of flavour, which I found out later, is the shrimps stock which they have prepared by cooking the prawn shells for hours before reducing it to a flavourful base. No shortcuts. The prawns were succulent and squids were chewy, and its vibrant orange red makes this dish ever more appetising. Not to forget the stems of parsley that adds a great touch to the flavour. The nori does little to the taste, but it reflects the culinary background of Chef Charles, the soul behind kitchen, who is French trained but with strong Japanese influence.
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Because their tomyum seafood pasta with that generous helping of seafood would totally make me be an early riser, and I'll be so ever willing to grind my teeth for pasta. Hehe! Good try lah hor.
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