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Lobster avocado roll ($32)
Octopus ($38)
Spanish omelette ($25)
Roasted meat canelon ($28)
Cheesecake ($14)
⭐️ 4.5/5 ⭐️
🍴Elegant, spectacular Spanish food that’s pricey but so worth the indulgence. We found everything we tried delicious, although our favourites (though this was more personal preference than what was done better) were the octopus with potato foam, and the lobster avocado roll. The former came with tender octopus and crispy pork belly - with melt-in-the-mouth fats - laid on a cloud of creamy potato goodness. The lobster avocado roll was pure indulgence, with juicy lobster meat hidden underneath a blanket of thinly sliced avocado. The meat canelon was also perfectly executed, with savoury shredded pork and foie gras wrapped with thin chewy pasta. Finally, we had the cod omelette, with a set exterior that revealed gooey luscious eggy goodness within. And of course, we had to end off with two slices of the family’s favourite cheesecake in Singapore (scroll to the end to see that ooze)!

Overall, we couldn’t find fault with any dish, as they were of extremely high standards with flavours and textures all on point. Our only gripe was that the portions were quite small for the price, but I guess that is to expected at an upscale place like this 😅
📍@oliviarestaurant_sg, 01-03, 55 Keong Saik Road, Singapore

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The cod omelette had a set exterior that revealed gooey luscious eggy goodness within.

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The 𝐩𝐨𝐫𝐤 𝐬𝐢𝐬𝐢𝐠 ($12) was a pork belly in a sweet-sour sauce and the fats were just a juicy explosion in the mouth. Despite not being a fan of fatty meat, the juiciness was unlike anything I’ve tasted and definitely worth a try for the fatty pork lovers out there.

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The smoked milk 𝐩𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐚 𝐜𝐨𝐭𝐭𝐚 ($12) was super smooth and soft, paired with fresh figs and herbs.

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Their 𝐒𝐚𝐧𝐠𝐞𝐫 ($20) remains one of our favourite burgers around. Stuffed with tender pulled pork balanced out by their homemade sauce and crispy coleslaw in a soft fluffy brioche bun, it’s super filling and relatively affordable. We personally felt that there was a tad too much pork meat: vegetable & bun ratio, and found that removing some meat made for better bites, but who is to complain about having too much meat 😅

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Duck Porridge ($36)
Beef horfun ($28)
⭐️ 4.5/5 ⭐️
🍴Second visit to this restaurant within a month because not only do we love the food, it’s also highly value for money with #entertainersg 1-1 discount (but sadly we are now out of coupons 😂). We really enjoyed the #duckporridge that had an ultra flavourful broth from the long simmering of duck bones, scallop, and prawns. Some of the rice grains were pre-fried till crisp - besides adding a smoky aroma to the soup, it gave a unique textural combination of crunch and softness (from the porridge grains) alongside the creamy broth. Only minor drawback was that there was quite little ingredients (i.e duck) and needed to be eaten quick as the fried rice grains became less crispy after awhile. The #beefhorfun had an interesting satay sauce that gave a nice spin to the usual horfun. It also had a strong wok hei and tender beef. We also previously tried and would recommend their signature duck and homemade tofu, as well as the yuzu egg tart as a sweet end to the meal!
📍@forbiddenduck.sg, 02-02, Marina Bay Link Mall, 8A Marina Boulevard, Singapore
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Signature duck ($58/half)
Steamed cod ($46)
Homemade tofu ($18)
Chinese gourd ($20)
Giant Egg tart ($6/2)
Overall ⭐️ 5/5 ⭐️
🍴Really delicious Chinese food of high execution and quality. The meal was made even more enjoyable with #entertainersg 1-1 😌. The #signatureduck was really tender with a crispy skin and paired well with the calamansi bao (that not only gave an aesthetic colour but also provided a refreshing citrus aroma), cucumber, garlic and homemade sweet-sour sauce. Was also highly impressed with their chinese gourd that came with an incredibly creamy and tasty chicken bone broth, shimeji mushrooms and big dried shrimp. The gourd was of great soft texture and soaked up the creaminess of the broth. The tofu was perfectly soft with a thin crisp exterior while the cod was also well-executed with a bouncy soft texture. Although a tad salty, the Mei chye was really tasty. Also highly recommend getting their giant egg tart that had really smooth egg custard with an interesting and refreshing balance of yuzu.
📍@forbiddenduck.sg, 02-02, Marina Bay Link Mall, 8A Marina Boulevard, Singapore
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