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Praying for a smooth Food & Hotel Asia 2018 from tomorrow till end of Friday 🙏🙏🙏.

Amidst all the instagrammable and trendy food, simplicity and familiarity still feels much better.
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Liang’s Wanton Noodles
Address: 348, Bedok Road, The Bedok Marketplace, Unit 02-07, Singapore 469560

Grilled bone-in, this is an absolute masterpiece with the robust flavours from the dry-aging process and the sweetness from the cognac rub.
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The District 10
Address: 3, Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall, Unit 01-514/515, Singapore 038983

I can literally eat teochew porridge anytime of the day. After going the hawker centre several rounds and undecided on what to have for lunch, we settled for teochew porridge and can you believe that we only paid $10 for this spread of food for two pax? What caught our attention was definitely the braised cabbage and greens, which goes perfectly with a bowl of rice porridge. Besides the two vegetable dishes, the beancurd with leeks has a homely flavour, while the fishcake and fried fish completes the meal.
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勿洛南潮州糜饭
Address: 16, Bedok South Road, Bedok South Market & Food Centre, Unit 01-63, Singapore 460016

The dry aging process breaks the connective tissues in the muscles of the beef, creating a natural tenderizing method for the bone-in cuts. As a result, it creates a layer of flavours that are seeped into the heavy marbling of the meat. To further intensify the flavours, Chef Luca gives the bone-in tomahawk a nice cognac rub every single day for a total of 30 days long to infuse the alcohol and allow a spectrum of flavours to accentuate through the aging process of the meat. What you get 30 days later is a Cognac Dry-aged Tomahawk Steak that costs $23++/100g with a minimum order of 1.6kg.
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The District 10
Address: 3, Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall, Unit 01-514/515, Singapore 038983

Both were made to shine in their own limelight as the Grilled Calamari has a nice smokey flavour and aroma, complemented by the tomatoes, capers and kalamata olives while the Grilled Scallops are a joy to eat as each pop of scallop is wrapped with pancetta ham.
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The District 10
Address: 3, Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall, Unit 01-514/515, Singapore 038983

If I’ve to pick one then it has to be the Kinder Bueno Twice-Baked Mochi Croissant ($5) as you get the flaky crust on the outside and a chewy texture in the inside with an additional surprise of the rich milk chocolate that’s infused with hazelnuts.

If you’ve missed out on reserving a box of mochi croissants, fret not as you can always check on their Instagram page for updates on reservations and flavours. Also, letting everybody in a little secret is that they will be relocating to a new place very soon, so have your eyes peeled on their big reveal soon!
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BrotherBird Milk & Croissants
Address: 114, Lavender Street, CT Hub 2, Unit 01-05, Singapore 338729

These pastries are from Brotherbird Milk & Croissants, an extension of their original outlet, and it is a bakehouse/milkbar operating on a takeaway basis for their mochi croissants and soft serves. For their bakes, as they do them on a small batch basis, you have to reserve prior to going down as it sells out pretty quickly everyday. Also, do check out their Facebook and Instagram for updates as they refresh their menu and introduce new flavours regularly.

This box contains the previous week’s flavours such as the Original, Kinder Bueno Mochi, Lemon Meringue Cheesecake and Chrysanthemum Tea.
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BrotherBird Milk & Croissants
Address: 114, Lavender Street, CT Hub 2, Unit 01-05, Singapore 338729

The easy choices were to order both the Burgs Bacon & Cheese Burger ($6.50) and Tokyo Fried Chicken Burger ($5) so that you can have the best of both worlds. Between the both, I would prefer the beef option for it’s juicy patty, beef bacon and the sliced cheese. To up the ante further, I highly recommend you add a sunny side-up, which is what I did and it totally change the entire ball game from being a great burger to an awesome one. You definitely have to visit this stall when you are here at Golden Mile Food Centre and for people who is living in Bedok; rejoice as they have opened their second outlet with a different menu at the Viva Business Park.
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Burgs by Project Warung
Address: 505, Beach Road, Golden Mile Food Centre, Unit B1-24, Singapore 199583

My next food adventure led me down central to Two Men Bagel House 2.0 for their in-house legends, the Primal, a bagel filled with smoked brisket, house pickles with some cheddar and a squeeze of mustard bbq, and the Ribs, another meat-filled bagel of sticky bbq ribs with braised red cabbage, roasted pineapple and a drizzle of smoke mayonnaise. Back at their original outlet, they have never once failed me for their bagels and this new lineup of menu just brought it up another notch.
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Two Men Bagel House 2.0
Address: 103, Irrawaddy Road, Royal Square, Unit 01-04, Singapore 329566

Even though you see an Almond Magnum submerged in an espresso shot and sprinkled with toasted coconut, this is not a dessert for the young as it has been spiked with sufficient kahlua. The burst of alcohol shot was a refreshing sight to see it being added into an affogato.

On a side note, with no relation to this photo, a shout-out to people who just want to see the world burn; the world is already complicated as it is so adding fuel to the fire and making it messier.
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Craftsmen Speciality Coffee
Address: 173, Thomson Road, Singapore 307623

It was my first visit there and my craving for watermelon cake was at an all time high after trying the original from Black Star Pastry during a pop-up event months ago. Upon the first few bites, I concluded that a certain magical spark is missing and this is definitely not at the same level as Black Star Pastry’s. The watermelon sandwich that day was not sweet and the rose aroma was very mild. Overall, a decent rendition that you can try here since taking a plane to Sydney is much more expensive.
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Cream & Custard
Address: 46, Jalan Bukit Ho Swee, Unit 01-894, Singapore 160046