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313 Orchard Road
Level 5 [email protected]
Singapore 238895

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

$1.8. Saw this new stall had egg tarts so we had to try them!! It’s not bad, just that personally i prefer the hard crust type and this was more of a flaky crust type of egg tart

This was a surprising find as I didn’t expect to find such a gem in a food court. This stall specialises in nyonya set meals and I ordered the fried chicken leg set meal. It came with a juicy crunchy chicken leg, blue pea infused rice, coleslaw with cherry tomatoes, Indonesian prawn crackers and soup. The best part of the meal was the free flow of nonya chili. It was so good I went back for refills. I could seriously eat the chili on its own haha.

This is what happens when your friend from overseas come over, you stuff them with local delicacies.

Honestly wasn’t expecting any of the dishes here to blow our mind. Afterall, this is from a run of the mill foodcourt in a mall but the Carrot Cake ($5) here is one of the best that I have had! The fragrance of the egg plus the sweetness of the dark sauce and a hint of wok hei combined to make this the most popular dish on the table! We also loved the soup from the soup guru stall ◡̈

From the new Buta Kabayaki at Food Republic [email protected] which replaces the former premises of Monster Curry, serving up Japanese Curry Rice and various forms of Donburi involving different cuts and styles of pork.

Going for the Okinawa Style Pork Jowl Don which is currently on discount at $5 (usual price $7) for its opening promotion, the Donburi came with 5 slices of Pork Jowl, sous-vide egg, pickled vegetables and spring onion on a bed of short-grain rice. Whilst the Pork Jowl was brilliantly done being all tender and succulent, carrying a light hint of char without any hint of porkiness from the meat, the meat was slathered in a sauce similar to BBQ sauce which carried a sweetness that seemingly overwhelmed the flavours of the meat — a pity considering how well-executed the meat was. Otherwise, the other elements are pretty pedestrian, though kudos to them for serving up a sous-vide egg which carried a flowy and oozy molten yolk; all jiggly and wobbly. While this was decent for its price for the promotional period, I can't really help but to think if I would actually consider to have this again at its full price — I would not mind paying slightly more for more slices of meat, considering how it all seem to have ended too quickly, and definitely also doing away with the sauce which constantly interfered with the flavours of the meat as well.

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$5.8. Good warm soup for a cold day! The portion size is good also :-)

Beef and veg soup ($6.80)

Comes with rice. The soup is nice and lots of ingredients including spinach, beef, bean sprouts and vermicelli.

Worth the price!