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Food Of The West

Food Of The West

The title says it all.
Hungry Ghost
Hungry Ghost

Chunky Lobster serves delicious lobster rolls and prawn rolls at affordable prices in Bugis Junction basement. https://hungryghost.sg/chunky-lobsters/

Caveman Food specializes in paleo diet, but it works for ketogenic diet or if you just want to eat more healthily. There are no grains, gluten, artificial flavorings or monosodium glutamate (MSG) in all their dishes. https://hungryghost.sg/caveman-food-square-2-novena/

Two Men Bagel House’s handmade bagels come in schmears, breakfast and heavy hitters (meat) filings and they are so delicious! http://hungryghost.sg/two-men-bagel-house-royal-square/

‪Burger & Lobster (Jewel Changi Airport)’s Original Roll is every bit as good as the one I had in London. For drinks, try B&L Pineapple Iced Tea which is refreshing and cute. ‬
http://hungryghost.sg/burger-lobster-jewel-changi-airport/

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Gyu & Tori is a small Japanese-inspired rotisserie stall at the basement of Paragon Shopping Centre that specializes in wagyu beef (gyu) and chicken (tori).
http://hungryghost.sg/guy-tori/

Citrus By The Pool is named as such because it is located right next to Woodlands Swimming Complex. It is halal and it serves a good selection of Western dishes of amazing quality. Sedap!
http://hungryghost.sg/citrus-by-the-pool-woodlands/

Tony Roma’s Suntec City outlet will be closing down in January 2019, they are offering 25-30% off all ala carte menu as closing down promotion till 30 November.

http://hungryghost.sg/tony-romas-suntec-city-closing-down-promotion/

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Ash & Elm showcases the finest European dining with 3 culinary theatres - charcuterie & cheese room, wood-fired oven and charcoal grill, using premium produce sourced from around the world. www.hungryghost.sg

Fynn’s is a casual Australian restaurant in South Beach Avenue that serves a good variety of lunch. Look out for the restaurant’s signature dishes such as Fish Fillet Sandwich, BBQ Pork Rib Bowl and Charred Lamb. www.hungryghost.sg

The Butcher’s Kitchen in Suntec City Mall has opened an express counter at the back end of the restaurant that sells only 4 items: The Butcher’s Flaming Hokkaido Beef Bowl, The Butcher’s Salmon Bowl, The Butcher’s Australian Beef Bowl and The Butcher’s Pork Bowl. There is an Introductory Promotion going on now where all bowls are sold at $11.90+ until 14 February 2018. Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg

Javier’s Rotisserie & Salad has revamped its menu. There are many new additions to the menu and all main courses come with free-flow Javier’s Salad Bar Buffet. Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg

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52 Sandwich Shack sells 6 types of savory sandwiches coupled with their signature 3 cheeses (cheddar, mozzarella, fortina). My favourite is still the original 52 Grilled Cheese $6.90). Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg

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