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Featuring Two Chefs Eating Place (Commonwealth), Fynn's, Portico Host (Alexandra), The Disgruntled Chef (Dempsey), The Usual Place, Kampung Bowl Corner Burger, Sweet Monster (Plaza Singapura), Waan Cha (Novena Regency), LeNu Chef Wai’s Noodle Bar (Bugis Junction), Kaffles
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Different from their pop-up booths, Aroma Truffle’s flagship store will not just offer direct purchase of their hand-cooked chips but features promotional activities as well. Expect giveaways, games and new product testing!
Opened daily from noon to 9pm at level one of Chinatown Point (Unit #01-20), drop by to experience the gourmet snack if you haven’t already done so. Sourced from the Italian suburbs, bits of the finest Black Summer Truffles is embedded into the crunchy ridges of each chip. Lovers of the rich, earthy and aromatic flavours will also enjoy the heady fragrance from the use of herbs and spices in their recipe. Hooked on this, I strongly recommend the original yet for those who likes an extra oomph the Parmesan Cheese proved to be immensely addictive too.

Congrats @aromatruffle and thanks for inviting me @growpublicrelations!

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The relentless showers has put a downer on my plans of late but as always rainy days call for warming comfort food. And one that is perfect for any weather is Enjoy Eating House and Bar’s Grandma’s “Te Kar” Bee Hoon ($12.80). Made from Chef Joel’s grandmother’s secret recipe, the plate of pig’s trotters bee hoon ticked all the right boxes. Meltingly tender, the pork leg was certainly well-executed with none of the unpleasant porky smell and was replaced by a tantalizing savouriness of the braising liquid. Soaking up all the wok-hei goodness, the thin rice vermicelli was not lumpy and still retained a nice bite. To bring the whole dish to the next level, the sweet-tangy sauce presented alongside was an immensely gratifying accompaniment.

Thank you @enjoyeatinghouse for having us and @burpple for the kind invite!


At $38 each, a portion goes in support of ieatishootipost’s World Vision Myanmar school building initiative as a part of their Corporate Social Responsibility.

I dare say serving one of the best pizzas in town, their wood fired baked crust was quite remarkable - nice crunch on the outside, crispness along the leopard spotted edge with a light chewy bite in the middle. Prepared a la minute and plated hot off the oven, the dough was certainly praiseworthy. Loaded with quality ingredients, this special edition pizza had all that and more. Strewn with a good amount of thinly sliced Jamon Iberico over a bed of tomatoes, roasted garlic, mozzarella and rocket leaves; the centerpiece was the ball of fresh burrata cheese.

Savoury, sweet and tangy, the combination of flavours was spot on. I just love the burst of cool creaminess from the soft cheese when paired with the cuts of salty jamon. The balance of texture, taste and even the contrasting temperature was very appealing to me. So before I knew it, I had finished 4 slices with lashes of garlic-infused olive oil they had offered we try.


While there are quite the assortment of quirky and bold flavours on rotation at Butterknife Folk, a firm favourite of mine at any ice cream parlour is the classic Pistacchio gelato. Luckily their rendition came smooth, rich and completely worth the calories. And the scoop sitting atop is their Ondeh Ondeh, which captured the essence of thedessert. It was lusciously creamy with a strong dose of coconut, pandan and streaks of gula melaka as well as grated coconut for that extra bit of texture.


Mother’s day might be over but I believe we are in agreement that there's nothing quite like mom's cooking. Thus from now till Sunday (19 May 2019), savour authentic Southern Italian homestyle favourites prepared by Mrs. Maria Matera Carbotti - "Mamma Ria" - mother of Restaurant Manager Andreano Carbotti at Waterfall Ristorante Italiano.

The special a la carte menu available during lunch and dinner features 3 heart-warming pasta dishes. And my favourite was the Orecchiette pasta with fresh homemade pork sausage, mushroom, broccoli and shredded Parmesan ($35++). Food for the soul, the plate was a simple medley of ingredients that provided a delectable yet clean-tasting punch with loads of textures within. I just loved how the savouriness, earthiness and sweetness of the individual elements came together perfectly.


Enjoy 10% off when you dine at Yi Shi Kitchen by simply flashing this post, valid till the end of June 2019!

Dishing up modern zi char, Yi Shi Kitchen located at A'Posh Bizhub has a menu containing a wholesome array of familiar staples and unconventional offerings. Not your typical homestyle cooking, many of the items are pretty innovative such as their Thai-inspired Pattaya Style Grilled Pork ($12/18/24). Delivering a little bit of heat, hits of tanginess and sweetness, the slices of pan seared pork shoulder were balanced nicely with the crunchy green mango salad as well as the homemade Thai chilli sauce. Lots of flavours going on, the combination was so palatable - much like barbequed caramelized meat.

Thank you so much @yishikitchen.sg for the warm hospitality!


As stated on the menu, Tai Cheong’s Scrambled Eggs with Toast, Cheese and Chicken Chop ($9.50) is essentially a hunky portion of fried chicken chop perched above a pool of creamy mushroom sauce, stacked with a slice of thick airy toast, omelette and a blanket of melted cheese. A combination that can’t really go wrong, the chicken was the star element for me. Juicy and crunchy, the bonny piece of meat was not at all greasy and made the meal so much more substantial. The eggs were a tad underseasoned in my opinion but otherwise a great lunch option or something to share over teatime.


Switching out their Roast Spring Chicken, The Communal Place’s refreshed menu sees the addition of Yuzu Butterfly Chicken ($18) among their list of sharing plates. Marinated well with the distinct taste of the citrus fruit, the meat was exceptionally succulent and delivered a good depth of flavours - the perfect marriage of sweet and savoury. Served with baby potatoes and glazed vegetables, the dish was utterly lip-smacking and the portion was sizable for the price. The fragrance was also to die for, as the heady yuzu scent wafted over us with our initial cut through the glazed skin.

Many thanks to The Communal Place for feeding us and Burpple for the invite!


If you prefer rich flavours, Tiger Sugar's signature Brown Sugar Boba + Pearl with Cream Mousse is just the thing. Almost frothy in consistency, the bold mix of the mousse was a little jelat for me but I can certainly understand the hype as the cream was pretty fragrant. The pearls and boba were also distinct in sweetness and had a nice texture (chewy and soft).


Served with a base of basil seed pudding, Randy Indulgence’s acai blend was smooth and not too watered or icy. Giving the day a punch of antioxidants, the medium Hawaiian bowl ($11.90) comes with a medley of seasonal fruits (Grape, Strawberry, Blueberry, Passion Fruit, Kiwi), banana and crunch (Granola, Almond Flakes, Pumpkin Seeds, Flaxseed, Coconut Flakes). A lovely post-lunch dessert and a quick perk-me-up in the CBD, the bowls also came with a choice of sauce (add-on $1). Thus, with Burpple Beyond, we enjoyed two different flavours - one with lashes of nutty Almond Butter and the other with a spoonful of caramelly Cookie Butter which boosted the sweetness and sinfulness.

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Different from what we anticipated but delish nonetheless, KARA Cafe & Dessert Bar’s Warm PB Cookie ($13) was perfectly crisp and chewy within. Served with a tower of salted speculoos softie, he sizable cookies baked in the hot skillet, were not too sweet. Nutty, fragrant and with a hint of saltiness, the cookies seemed to also have small pockets of oozy peanut butter which went really well with the smooth cinnamony swirl. Apart from the textural experience, the contrast of the warm cookie and cool ice cream was foolproof.

Thank you @karacafesg for feeding us and @burpple for the invite!


Dedicated to serving a small array of unorthodox dumplings, Dumpling Darlings also delivers mean bowls of handmade egg noodles. With their lunch set ($16), the Miso Mushroom Noodles were flavourful, springy and had just the right amount of chewiness to each strand. A good toss with the juicy braised mushrooms, Japanese soft-boiled egg, fried shallots, sesame, spring onion and shredded nori added to the texture of the dish as well. More sweet than savoury, the bowl which lacked in the distinct taste of miso made up for in its substantial portion and overall slurp-worthiness.

Not forgetting to utilise my 1-for-1 lunch set deal with Burpple Beyond!


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