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Featuring Free The Robot Coffee, Portico Prime (Dempsey), KUVO, Red Star Restaurant, Meatsmith (Telok Ayer), Beauty in The Pot (The Centrepoint), VLV , Kim Keat Palm Market & Food Centre, Chong Pang Nasi Lemak (Sembawang Road), Golden Mile Complex
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They haz awesome pizza that goes quite awesomely with the tap list. The accompanying craft beer was Canadian but for the life of me I can’t remember what it was 😂

Germain. Love the texture and that thick, slightly crisp top; and wonderfully paired with herbs (and then honey...cos I asked for it). Good quality baked Camembert is hard to come by in Singapore, and for this price ($18), I’ll be coming back for a lot more of it. Thank you @feliciengourmand for the hospitality and the chat!

Privileged to experience this tasting of @janicewong2am genius with Kochi’s best citrus offerings. I am still dreaming of it. I hope it would appear on the menu eventually. Thank you so so much @pegasusmt for the opportunity!

Pop Corn Chicken, the absolute right thing for a long night. Thanks @katrinayap15 for taking care of us.

@wakeysg is a new coffee joint at the concourse skyline. Coincidental or not, it seems that she has come full circle, seeing where we were first introduced was just across the road; and perhaps where dreams of coffee were made and plotted.

I could get used to this routine. Congrats @raelska !

I have always had their pasta and they rarely disappoint. Today, after years of hiatus, the pasta was al dente, dish sprinkled with fresh ingredients and for this Bacon Mushroom Aglio Olio, just the right amount of heat and oil. Perhaps one of the more underrated pasta places in Singapore; then again, it’s ok, just means I get a space more often than not. Lunch was made all the more charming with the company.

😊 It helps that the frites are free-flowing but more importantly, the sauce is one of the better ones we have tasted (in the world).

Yes, I like the “Southeast Asian” version; dry, soya sauce and lean slices of char siew with the wanton separated in the soup. The noodle’s taste was balanced and texture springy. Char siew was lean and not dry, you could chew on it (without it being a jerky) and the soya sauce sauce was divine. Wanton’s mince was marinated well and wrapped properly, good balance of filling and skin too. I didn’t get a photo of the wanton cos I, well, finished them before I got to my camera. RM5.50 for the medium portion.

Other than the fresh ingredients and a slightly thicker skin, the moisture from the bang kwang (radish) was just so so right. So flavourful and with the chilli, it’s an explosion of taste and texture in your mouth. It would have you at “pop...”