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Available ALL day at @district.sushi!

UN-UN-UNBELIEVABLE (omg I'm so outdated) but omg?! Pretty decent bowl for lunch in the Selegie area at Sunshine Plaza today! Relatively fresh chunks of sashimi and you guys got to order the mentaiko tamago!

You can find them at: ๐Ÿš‡ ROCHOR OR BENCOOLEN ALSO CAN.
91 Bencoolen Street #01-15, Sunshine Plaza, Singapore, Singapore 189652

Opening hours:
Closed on Mondays
Tuesday to Sunday: 12pm to 2.30pm / 6pm to 8.30pm

Smoked egg wagyu uni ($12 for a pair) - all the yumminess compact into one mouthful swift move. Tasty! ๐Ÿ˜‹
. Crab Arancini ($12 for 4pcs) - gone in 3 seconds! Very soft & creamy!
. Burrata cheese with San Daniele ham ($15) - not the best that I ever had but got standard lah ๐Ÿ˜‹
. Fresh Japanese Oyster & Ikura ($8 each) - totally overloaded with the Ikura but was super fresh & juicy! Just shoved the entire goodness into your mouth to enjoy the outburst. Could be slightly salty for some ๐Ÿ˜˜
. Grilled squid with spicy tomato sauce & squid ink sauce. The sotong was soft & chewy and well executed & complimented with the sauce
. Luka Housemade Wagyu Bresaola 30g ($12) - savor this air dried salted super dark red beef ham with your favorite drink ๐Ÿ˜€
. Salsicca ($14) - Luka housemade sausage was soft & nice! Love those radishes too ๐Ÿ˜˜
. Gamberi ($15) - grilled prawns with garlic, mustard seed & curry leaf ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป But why the prawns so skinny huh?
. Wagyu Beef Tartare ($16) - fantastic to share in group as it seemed like we had overdose of tartare for the nite. Wish it came with more fries (potato fritter as the menu stated) ๐Ÿ˜œ
. Tuna Negitoro Crab Meat Ikura Tartare ($15) - not bad lah but Iโ€™m not a โ€˜tunaโ€™ fan ๐Ÿ˜…
. Trippa ($16) - beef honeycomb stew with egg. Not my cup of โ€˜baked beansโ€™ ๐Ÿ˜œ
. Wakasagi Fish Fritto ($13) - looked good but I didnโ€™t try, not very keen on fish, especially pregnant ones ๐Ÿ˜…

@bochinchesg has the juiciest steaks ever I've ever had in Singapore; imagine juice flowing out with every cut you make! ๐Ÿ˜ฒ

The steak I had is a 180g Argentinean Ribeye that is part of their daily lunch prix fixe ($29++ for 2-course and $35++ for 3-course; menu changes every week or so - check their Ig page to know what's available!). It is considered the specialty dish of the restaurant and I do say it's pretty impressive and is perhaps the nicest one I've had so far in my homeland. However, I can't make much fair judgement as I have not had much steaks here.

You get to choose chips or salad on the side and I went for the former. There's garlic on the chips and chimchurri mayo for dipping but each wedge is so darn flavourful on their own I personally feel the dip ruins it.

So be it the festive mood or just a mad craving, do check out boCHINche for a good steak and an overall pleasant meal. Indeed, it's pricey but for the quality you get I personally think it's worth the price!

Aaaand on that note, The Fussy Foodie wishes everyone a very blessed Merry Christmas! ๐ŸŒŸ

Back in this pretty place. Pasta was a little past al dente but that didn't stop us from enjoying the dish. Generous with the crab meat and a more than decent seafood sauce. Light but satisfying. Yum.

You know how some burgers sound great in principle but always end up terribly disappointing(looking at you, doubledown)? Not this. This is legit awesome stuff. Hoping they make it permanent on the menu!

Cooked till the meat almost falls off the bone, like rendang, this dish packs a punch and doesnโ€™t hold back at all. Not for those who canโ€™t tolerate heat. I found it yummy! Perfect with the four angle bean salad and masak lemak

Finally!!!!!! After talking about this place for months after seeing it on the smart local, we decided to have it for dinner. We both ordered the triple cheese beef patty ($20.80++) which came with tempura and a few other sides, all of which were perfectly cooked. But the star of the meal was the tender beef patty that oozed with three types of cheese. It melts in your mouth with a distinct sweetness that you can't really get anywhere else. Let's not forget to mention the salad bar which comprised of a long row of assorted ramen, soba, pumpkin, sweet potato, potato salad, greens, toppings and salad dressings. The egg station sealed the deal, with 6 different types available (I highly recommend the tamago). It is basically a buffet. And a top notch buffet that I will gladly pay for with no regrets.

Ordered the upsized bara-chirashi ($18.80). Was good and worth it, just that the sauce was slightly too sweet for me. Loved the different textures in the bowl. Go early to skip the queue!

The only 2 choices for steak on the menu: The Flat Iron ($22) & the more expensive Short Rib ($25). Both come with a little bowl of house salad drizzled with a pleasant vinaigrette.

Each steak has its own merit; the former is leaner, & the latter with the marbling gives you a more decadent melt-in-your-mouth experience. Honestly, I love both.. It's really difficult to choose.

I could eat the steak on its own; the flavours of the steaks themselves needed no seasoning with the either the salt on the side or the chimichurri sauce (which was great, btw).

๐Ÿ’ณ Accepts credit cards
๐ŸŒฌ Air-conditioned seats available
๐Ÿšซ No WiFi
๐Ÿ“ž Accepts reservations - call them
(& best to reserve as it does get crowded in the small space they have!)

Yes, this is a non food picture - because as someone who dines out often, I am sometimes curious about what restaurants look like. So here you go!

& of course, my generic overview of my experience gets written here lah:

The menu at HANS IM GLรœCK is extensive with different kinds of beef burgers, & for those who don't eat beef, there's a page on the menu for chicken options. You also get to choose your burger bun: Sourdough, Multigrain or naked.

Pretty value for money, considering this is in the heart of Orchard Road. Opted for the dinnertime special (after 5PM) where you get a side of your choice & a cocktail for an additional $15 only. The burgers themselves weren't mind-blowing; would've liked the patty to be juicier, but in all they weren't terrible. The burgers are more wide than they are tall, which makes them easier to eat, but the flatness of the patty could very well explain its well-doneness.

๐Ÿ’ณ Accepts credit cards
๐ŸŒฌ Air-conditioned seats available
โ˜€๏ธ Al fresco seats available
โž— Splitting of bill permitted

Head to the Singapore Botanic Gardens for your next girly brunch date. Situated next to The Ginger Garden, The Halia, which means โ€˜gingerโ€™ in Malay, has both alfresco and indoor seating, with lush greenery surrounding the compound. Order the refreshing Iced Halia Infusion ($10), a house specialty made with sun-dried ginger and wild mountain honey, to sip on as you catch up on all the latest gossip. The weekend brunch menu includes upmarket Western grub like Truffle Scrambled Eggs ($20), as well as other Halia signatures. That includes the tangy Lemongrass & Ginger Tiger Prawn Salad ($19), a zesty dish with fresh mango and tomato salsa, glass noodles and a ginger flower dressing. Donโ€™t be fooled by its appearance โ€” the glass noodles are substantial and can be a filling meal for one! For something heartier, opt for the Paperbag Oven-baked Halibut Fillet ($40) โ€” soaked in a mirin-sake ginger broth, the fish is served with sesame Japanese rice, wakame and the addictive truffle mayonnaise. Be sure to drench your rice in the flavourful, earthy broth! Alternatively, you won't go wrong with the crowd favourite โ€” Haliaโ€™s Singapore-style Chilli Crab Spaghettini ($26). Finish off the meal with the exquisite The Ginger Garden ($12), ginger flower sherbet paired with vanilla-infused banana, ginger crumble and edible flowers, before taking a stroll around Botanic Gardens to walk off the meal.

Ambience: Classy and modern
Price: Avg $100 per couple

Just thinking about this makes my mouth water. The simple, tomato-based sauce really shone. It was flavourful, perfectly herbed and had just the right tartness. The minced lamb was well-seasoned, still oozing meat juices, and had none of that sandy mouthfeel that some minces do. The smooth pliant sheets of papardelle were the perfect vessel for slurping up every last morsel.