5 Ang Mo Kio Central 2
#01-06 Djitsun Mall
Singapore 569663

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From the Burpple community

141 pineapple fried rice & pad thai ($8++ each)
+ clear tomyum seafood soup $12++
= $23.54

good service (the guy that tended to us is most likely from thailand bc he can write thai) and is very patient with us!
food is not bad, looks more than it seems, and the prawns in the soup was fresh and huge yumyum

but the soup is a bit too salty especially when it starts to cool

Will definitely go back to try for other foods! 😍
The Dark Chocolate ice-cream really nice as well!

Nicely grilled, liked the texture but the squid was a tad bland on its own, definitely needed the mildly spicy, tangy sauce on the side.

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Yes, Singapore’s going back into lockdown because some horny ass COOMERS COULDN’T KEEP IT IN THEIR PANTS AND NOW I CAN’T GO TO THE GYM OR FUEL MY OUT OF CONTROL ALCOHOLISM AT BARS AGAIN AAAAAAA-ahem, excuse me, I seem to be having technical problems.⠀

Hello, and welcome back to your regularly scheduled food review program. Tonight, we’ll be countering the bitter news of yet another lockdown with a sweet treat from @khaohomsg, made by the hottie that is Rung Mama. When I first heard of the Mango Sticky Rice Cake ($12++), I actually thought it was an actual traditional cake. As you can see, I was wrong, but that’s a good thing.⠀

A slew of sliced Thai mangoes were artfully arranged in a ring to contain the subtly sweet sticky rice, and the rice is concealed under an avalanche of diced Thai mangoes and red rubies, which are water chestnuts mixed with tapioca starch. A light drizzle of coconut milk has already rained upon the dessert, but there’s more if you wish to really make it rain.⠀

The mangoes were sweet & sour, with the sweet cancelling out the sour & vice versa. The sticky rice was a delight to devour, and its sticky softness contrasted perfectly against the firm mangoes. Most of the sweetness actually comes from the coconut milk, and so that’s entirely customisable by you. As such, we’ve got a lovely, nuanced dessert that ain’t just good for the gram, but good for your body (especially your stomach).⠀

For the final time now, ขอขอบคุณ @burpple & @khaohomsg for hosting us!

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I was always that weird kid who enjoyed braised pig’s intestines, and that exotic taste has followed into adulthood, where I’m now an average innard enjoyer. It isn’t everyday that you see a Thai restaurant featuring intestines on their menu, so I definitely had to get @khaohomsg Garlic Pork Intestines ($12++).⠀

While they could’ve been cleaned out more throughly, I definitely savoured the superb seasoning & masterful frying they’d been through. The texture of the intestines were delightfully chewy and incredibly satisfying to gnaw on without being rubbery. Deep fried intestines are definitely a fair bit chewier than the more common braised variant, but the texture is pretty damn satisfying.⠀

The deep fried garlic is awesomely aromatic & delightfully delicious, and the innards are scintillatingly salted. Despite being a little less clean than it could be, you don’t really taste any off putting flavours due to the bold aromas of the garlic and the strong seasoning applied to these tasty tubes. If you’re looking to get exotic for once, pounding Rung Mama’s gorgeous guts is a pretty good way to go.⠀

Thank you for the invite, @burpple & @khaohomsg!

Ten bucks before tax & service charge for this piquant plate of fried rice with honest to god crabmeat in there? Shoot son, get me more! @khaohomsg has an ample array of fried rice, and this one commands the highest premium of them all. Yup, they’re in the eight to ten dollar range. That’s some sick value right there.⠀

The fabulously fluffy fried rice is splendidly salted, with the wonders of wok hei amplifying the stellar seasoning of the egg & spring onion speckled rice. As for the crabmeat, they were delectably fresh and cooked competently. It relies more on the strongly seasoned fried rice for flavouring, and that’s perfectly alright.⠀

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