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Featuring The Hungry Caveman, Garçons (Essen at The Pinnacle), Grain Traders (100AM), Xin Hao Ramen, Tian Wai Tian Fishhead Steamboat (Serangoon), NOW Noodles +, Hawkerman (SingPost Centre), RK Eating House, Japan Foods Garden, LeNu Chef Wai’s Noodle Bar (Bugis Junction)
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Vermicelli with Grilled Pork and Spring Roll ($9.50)
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Never a fan of vietnamese food but @mrspho changed my opinion. This bowl of dry vermicelli is full of flavour with its sweet and mildly spicy sauce poured and mixed into the bowl. The pork slices were a tad dry but the spring rolls were very crispy with an ultra thin skin and lots of meat in it.

Lechon Sisig ($14)
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2nd visit here after the first failed attempt due to the incessant queue that moves at a snail’s pace. A first time trying Filipino cuisine and so stoked that the experience was an absolute pleasure. The sisig is essentially made from chopped up parts of the pig’s head. There’s even chopped up pig’s ears added to this mix. So much flavour with a smoky charred taste and this went really well with white rice.

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Fried Crispy Pig Intestines ($5.50)
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Probably the best crispy intestines I have ever had and all for just $5.50 @chuanhungnoodle . The intestines were clean and had no hint of porkiness. This is also the first time I had intestines with leek stuff in the centre. The accompanying spiced pepper powder also went so well as a dip for these babies!

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Quarter($9.90)
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@chixhotchicken is definitely serving up one of the best fried chicken in sg. The skin is paper-thin but bursting with flavour and crunch and the meat is so juicy. There are 4 published levels of spice to choose from. I went for the medium which is a level 2. It would be suitable for Singaporeans with a basic tolerance level for chilli. We also had the chicken tenders of varying levels of hotness starting at level 3 and I threw in the towel at level 4 with tears and sweat thrown in too! Special mention to the coleslaw which provided a refreshing respite from the heat as their housemade coleslaw was extra aromatic from the cumin spices added.
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Thank you @burpple for the invitation to this eat-up and @chixhotchicken for the hospitality.

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Seabass & Crisps ($11.80)
Salmon & Crisps ($12.70)
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First experience with @bigfishsmallfishsg . Overall, loved the crispy seabass fillet and the handmade crispy chips. The white bait went so well with the 6 different self-service dips available. The salmon though, turned out a little too dry and the soup of the day was too watery to be missed.

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Ordinary Spicy ($5.30)
Ordinary Classic ($6.40)
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Definitely nothing ordinary about @ordinaryburgers . Tried the spicy chicken which was like a crazy rich asian version of the mcspicy. Think ultra juicy and spicy thigh meat coated with a super crispy exterior. The ordinary classic beef burger also pulled its weight with the perfect doneness and by the time I was done, i had 3x incidents of the burger juice just dripping down my hand. One of the best ways to enjoy $6 of happiness.

Kurobuta Hoho Don ($16)
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Grilled Iberico pork jowl on rice @aburien.sg that’s executed perfectly. Generous portion of sliced pork jowl that have been torched to perfection. Every bite is an explosion of flavour from the juicy and fatty pork jowl. I topped this with an onsen egg though the lumpy egg left much to be desired.

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Claypot Rice ($15 for 2pax)
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Currently craving @geylangclaypotrice which has recently reopened along beach road from their previous geylang location. Decor of the space has been hipster-dized but food remains traditional. The claypot rice comes with pork belly strips, juicy and tender chicken chunks (even the chicken breast!) and generous slices of chinese sausage. Especially loved the sausage’s xo-ish aftertaste. I only wished there was a lil more wok-hei. We also tried the tofu prawn ball ($12). Almost every table ordered this and for good reason. Tofu is silky smooth and we loved drenching the gravy on our rice.

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Salmon Burger ($9.90)
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One of the shortest queue options at Jewel is @pinkfishsg . First time trying a salmon burger and was suitably impressed. There are 3 flavours to choose from, Asian, European and American. My favourite was the Asian with Vietnamese spicy sauce and mango salsa. The combination of flavours work well together. Also enjoyed the Asian Thai green curry with salmon, coriander and lime ($10.90). Meaty chunks of salmon swimming in an aromatic curry that’s slurpworthy. The only dish I didn’t fancy was the Japanese sashimi salmon salad ($10.90) as there was just too much rice and too little salmon.

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Signature Wanton Fu Noodles Dry ($4.80)
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Mealtimes can’t get more economical than @wantonfusg with #burpplebeyond . For $4.80, we get 2 bowls of noodles that doesn’t stinge on noodles quantity or ingredients. Crispy pork lard is freeflow and the signature chilli sauce definitely packed a kick so go easy for people with low tolerance. The side of ngou hiang was fried fresh upon order but that felt steep beside the wanton noodles and tasted only average.

Salmon Sashimi
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Birthday cake never tasted so heavenly before. @sumobarhappy when celebrating birthday within a week of the actual date and 4 or more diners order a main each, we get this complimentary platter of salmon sashimi slices equivalent to our age (up to a max of 60). This bowl of salmon wasn’t [email protected] credit though but I was lucky enough to have pioneer gen in the group so we got the full 60!!! Salmon slices were definitely fresh and yummy and as thick as usual sashimi!

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Chef J’s Te Kar Bee Hoon ($12.80)
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Totally missing this plate of pig’s trotters bee hoon in my hood @enjoyeatinghouse tucked in a corner of Kam Leng Hotel. The hotel and the restaurant both pack a rustic 80s vibe evident from all the decor and display pieces. The slick beehoon coated heavily with all that braised porky sauce was so damn tasty that sharing this plate was just wrong.

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