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Featuring Mr Baguette (Golden Mile Food Centre), Angelina, Chabuton ([email protected]), Wrap & Roll (ION Orchard), Hokkaido Izakaya (Tanjong Pagar), Chow Fun Bar & Restaurant, Sky on 57, Piao Ji Fish Porridge (Amoy Street Food Centre), Hualong Fishhead Steamboat, Hong Yun Seafood
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This was their Assam fish head, although it was so thick it tasted much like a curry fish head with the sourness of Assam. The fish head was definitely fresh, bathed in spicy and sour gravy that packed some heat. What appealed also were vegetables and pineapple that always tasted so good with Assam curry.
Also tried their Salted egg fried pumpkin which were yummy starters. Our next trip would probably be to try their signature crab beehoon.

We enjoyed this gratinated bucatini bolognese for several reasons. It had interesting charred kinda umami that was smokey and good. There was generous amount of meat in the pasta. The pasta was thicker than usual, like an udon and was pleasant to chew.
Comparatively, there were more varieties on their dinner menu than lunch's. Quite like their kinda food so we'd be back again.

Found their chocolate particularly enjoyable. Not too bitter for dark, white wasn't too sweet and the milk was well-balanced. Together, this Rhapsody was a beautiful harmony.
There definitely was a lot to try here, from their gelato, desserts to chocolate-inspired drinks. The only drawback was their limited seats which entailed some waiting from from their popularity. Of cos, those waits could be shorter if some of the patrons would be more considerate not to hog after finishing their desserts.

Uniquely Benson's, these salted duck was not overly saltish as one might imagine to be. Their smoked duck also tasted as great. Be sure to order their mixed pork soup with fish maw b'cos it was so tasty and apt to complete the meal.
Another gem in our beautiful heartland.

Firewood baked crust that was thin yet had a little chew to it. We were happy with our choice of buffalo mozzarella with Parma ham, sliced tomato and basil leaves. A great alternative to the usual tomato-based pizza.
A relaxed meal here on a late Sat afternoon was a great way to enjoy their food, without noise from the peak-hour crowd and especially when the weather's cooling.

We'd returned not for their cheesetart but for this little Panna Cotta of theirs.
First time we tried it was from Tokyo, and so glad that it's here too. Available for takeaway, the package came with brown sugar and caramel sauce. Up to one to brûlée it or just mix them together for a darn satisfying dessert at home.
Gotta pack more next time.

Instead of their premium cut, we were distracted by their seasonal Katsu with ripen cheese (background) and this set that could be topped with a sake (main source of distraction). Verdict was that there appeared to be a lot of items in the set, but none of them stood out in terms of taste. The loin pork Katsu used with the ripen cheese was a normal cut and also didn't impress. Unfortunately, our craving wasn't satisfied, perhaps mainly due to wrong choices made. Nonetheless, we would likely return to one at Mandarin Gallery next time, one that not only satisfy but surpassed our expectation with their Katsu and also salad.

This was the Snapper sashimi with bale of truffle. Absolutely fresh cuts, beautiful paired with shaved truffle. And it was just beautiful to the eyes.

Nonetheless, it's not gonna stop me from enjoying this yummy matcha chocolate bar from Châteraisé.