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The slow roast whole Spanish-Style Suckling Pig (needs to be ordered 3 days in advance) is prepared estilo español. Each glistening piece of pork consists of a mix of crisp skin, fat and meat.

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[Halal] This premium (or atas, if you will) interpretation of the iconic chili crab may come at a wallet-singing price, but its quality is tough to dispute.

You get a whole lobster sprinkled with melted cheddar, mozzarella and gruyere cheeses, which is bathed in a pool of piping hot sweet-sour and-spicy soup. The meat was incredibly tender – devoid of resistance upon an almost effortless prick of the knife. Imagine this soaked in the hot soup; this is truly one dish to experience for yourself. 🙌🏽 (7.7/10)

This is the default destination for many when the craving for Malay-style nasi lemak hits. Obviously the big draw here is the all-you-can-eat fragrant, rich rice. That, and the two kinds of freeflow sambal because the world made up of two kinds of people - those whose tastebuds adore the sweet and those who swear by the savoury. I am firmly in the latter’s camp (Nasi Lemak Kukus’ version is wonderfully fiery so proceed with caution).
What’s cool is this place operates on a self-service model for the add-on’s and dishes (at least that’s what I experienced today). Apart from the basics like crunchy peanuts with ikan bilis, chicken wing, ikan kuning and cucumber, the other half of the displayed food is made up of hot dishes in pots. Here is where calorie counters explode. Lemak-till-can-die sayur lodeh, beef rendang, stewed beef lungs and other spicy chicken dishes wink at you cheekily, daring to be scooped up and ravished. I managed to resist them this afternoon but I doubt if that’s going to be possible on my next visit.

Not sure if they will be having other items in their menu but right now there’s only this humongous layered dessert that’s made up of fresh mango cubes, mango sorbet, fresh cream and mango juice (from top to bottom). The smaller version cost $8.90 but there’s a free upgrade to the large size (priced at $11.90) now! For fans of all things mango, you wouldn’t want to miss this.
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Mango King Thai Desserts
Address: 2, Orchard Turn, ION Orchard, Unit B4-63, Singapore 238801

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Dutch veal ravioli with sage and truffle emulsion

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Slightly greasy due to the chilli oil but overall a very comforting bowl to cure those hunger pangs. I would also highly recommend the Dan Dan Mien which might seem unassuming at first sight, but it was actually my favourite over the Mapo Don. The al dente noodles were coated thoroughly with the Szechuan spices and the all-important peanut sauce, creating an umami bomb from each bite. The tossed noodles were so good on its own that you don’t even need the minced meat that’s on top of it. The best part is that you can now have the best of both worlds as there is a set menu consisting of a Mapo Don and Dan Dan Mien for a single pax.
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Chen’s Mapo Tofu
Address: 6A, Shenton Way, Downtown Gallery, Unit 02-29, Singapore 068809

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I loved this ramen! Finally something different from the usual rich tonkatsu broth! After mixing in the black ball of squid ink and black sesame paste with minced pork, the newly turned black silky tonkatsu broth tasted so much better! With the kick from a level 3 fire sauce and the fragrance from the fried garlic, I just couldn't stop slurping the soup till the last drop. I NEED MORE SOUP! Surprisingly, the cabbage didn't cause the soup to become bland which was greatt 😊 The hardness of my [hard] noodles was also just right, making the whole experience very unforgettable for me:)

Couldn’t resist getting one since I was near the area, especially since hearing it’s barely just arrived on our shores - 2 days in fact! Cheese tarts, Hokkaido cheesecakes, cheese foam even; these I’ve heard of, but a cheese cone?? Everyone’s been getting their sundaes but no I just HAD to try these cone for myself! And guess what, totally #noragrats. Flavour was so distinct and discernible, strong and quite in-your-face I may say, though pairing very nicely with their soft serve without being overwhelming. To say I was pleasantly surprised is a total understatement. Some would prolly like to pair it with the milk soft serve for the flavours to complement one another, though I’d personally totally go for the cheese soft serve (which is honestly fairly mild) with the cone for a totally yummy cheese dessert 😋

Don't know what else to say but f awesome lean but juicy hugeass tonkatsu. The bread's a wee dry, mayo coming on a little too strong, but just $14.80 for such yumminess in the middle of Orchard? If that ain't a steal I don't know what is.

This Telok Ayer restaurant specialises in food and sake pairing, and their collection of the drink spans across 20 prefectures, and counting! The Sake here starts from $8 for a 90ml serving, or you can get a flight of three 50ml shots for $24. No fear if you're sake-savvy, for the menu details the tasting notes very succinctly. The food menu is packed with umami-rich plates made for sake-pairing. Expect the likes of ginger-infused Miso Pork ($12), Takoyaki Fries ($12) and Nasu Dengaku ($12, baked eggplant glazed with miso and yuzu) or, for a meal in itself, the Kabuke Wagyu Bowl ($28) of wagyu striploin with onsen egg, garlic chips and truffle shoyu. This isn't just an after dark place. These guys serve a compact lunch menu of mostly rice bowls (from $15 for the simple but good Gyudon). Lunch time is also when a 90ml serving of the sake of the day goes for $5. Just sayin'.
Avg Price: $50 with drinks
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