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Restaurant Eats In Singapore

Restaurant Eats In Singapore

Featuring Tanuki Raw (Orchard Central), Japanese Curry Express, Swee Choon Dim Sum, Tendon Kohaku (Suntec City), Miam Miam (Bugis Junction), Ramen Champion (Bugis+), Chir Chir Fusion Chicken Factory (Bugis Junction), Megumi Japanese Restaurant, Let's Meat Up, Nakhon Kitchen (Bedok)
Jason Ng
Jason Ng
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One look at this and you can imagine the size of the fish they gave us. They were generous in their portions and when you thought all of it is probably just batter, cut open and you will reveal a thick layer of fish that tasted really fresh and clean. Add some malt vinegar into your fish and chips to make it less gelat as you wolf down this delicious plate of fried fish goodness

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I was afraid that the burger was going to be small as I was hungry, but boy I was wrong. The portion of the burger was huge and the burger itself surpassed my expected standards. The bacon on the top was pan fried well, as its flavours were released without being too hard to bite. Although the patty was a little dry, I had no other complaints for the flavour of the patty had the right level of smokiness. I'm really glad for the tangy sauce used in the burger as it eased down on the whole jelatiness of meal.

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I've been to Swee Choon for many instances, but it is the first today that I've tried their noodle dishes. In my honest opinion, I'm not a big fan of it as the dishes are good but lack the wow factor. Their dim sum dishes on the other hand, are consistently good. Dim sums to get are the steamed pork ribs that are bursting with umami flavours, the fried mee suah cake, their salted egg yolk buns and to finish off, their Portuguese egg tarts!

On a side note, you can reserve seats through Chope and pay through favepay for some cashbacks!

The meal at Comida Fiesta was initially skeptical, as it was an empty restaurant located at expo. However, we were lucky that we weren't fooled by the external appearance as the food were really fantastic, especially the pork sisig. It has a good blend of savoury and smoky flavours, the lime added a citrus touch to the dish, and the raw egg held everything together nicely. Furthermore, the portion was amazingly huge. It was a really hearty meal! Will be back for more!

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The shrimp wanton noodle ($9.95) has a really good broth with 4 large wantons that are filled full with juicy shrimps. The winner of the meal has to be the chilli as they used roasted dried chilli with sichuan peppercorns for the smoky flavour and numbing sensation that added another dimension to the dish.

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Dian Xiao Er boasts high quality food, wonderful ambience and high standards of service. Their Mongolian pork ribs have a smoky garlicky flavour with a chilli spice that gives you a certain kick. Vegetable dishes wise they are not oily nor too salty. Their signature herbal roast duck is really good as the dangui herbs will offset the usual gelat-ness of roast duck, making it really addictive. The service in Dian Xiao Er is amazing, as although we were at the corner table, they did not forget about our request and served our dinner promptly. What a wonderful meal!!!

The sashimi slices were really thick and fresh, and the rice had the right amount of vinegar in them; they were good enough to eat on their own! The only small disappointment would be the size of the Don, as I would definitely want to eat more of such good quality food!

However, such will be a steal if you use burpple beyond!

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Fresh mala ingredients especially the mushrooms, cheap prices and in my neighbourhood? Those are what that are making me coming back for more. $13 for 2 people.

One word to describe this: SHIOK! The only way one should eat this is to mix everything together, and all of the ingredients harmonise with one another so well. Together with the onsen egg, everything sticks to the noodle really well. I would think this is the best bowl to get from Kajiken, as the minced meat is the easiest to mix together with the noodles and it has that wonderful umami flavour that is absolutely addictive.

Do upsize your noodles and get the bowl of rice at the end if you are feeling hungry, or just want to soak up all the delicious sauce and chow down everything! The fragrant chilli oil and white vinegar do add another dimension to the dish, highly recommended to add some!

Best of all, with #burpplebeyond, you can enjoy this dish which breaking much of a hole in your wallet!

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This is my first time trying the dry Bak Kut Teh, and I am really impressed by the sauce that coats around the meat. It is really savory and yet really fragrant, hence a great sauce to accompany with rice! The chilli frog legs were amazing as well, as it was really tender and flavourful at the same time. We also ordered a plate of clams which were SUPER fresh!

The Vongole Ppong ($17.90 1 for 1 with #burpplebeyond) is rather light on flavour, which is something great to have if you are having the whole bowl to yourself because the portion is really HUGE. They are rather generous with the ingredients as well, as the bowl came with an abundant amount of clams and mussels!

The Ro Ppong Roje, which is tomato cream Ppong with cheese is really heavy but satisfying at the same time due to the amount of cheese they added in. However, it can be really "gelat" after a few mouthfuls. Totally recommended to get these 2 using beyond to share with your buddy!

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The food at waa cow surpassed me and my friends' expectations, as the aburi wagyu beef Don sent us straight to food haven. The wagyu beef slices are really tender and juicy, and fats within the beef itself melts and complements perfectly with the charred flavour you get from the crust of the slices. Mentaiko with beef might sound gimmicky, but they actually go together really well, and in fact lifted the flavour of the beef. It's easily one of the best beef dons I've had in Singapore.

Service wise the service staffs were top-notch as they were polite, and treated us like a family. They looked after our needs and gave us extra salads that were very much appreciated.

Yes the total set might cost around $30, but it was definitely worth every cent. Will be back for more!

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