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Comfort Food

Where I go for some happy, perk-me-up eats
Cherie Heng
Cherie Heng
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A stroll along geylang led us here: chicken banmian soup and dry banmian. (~$4.50 each). I liked my chicken BM a lot because the chicken slices were tender and not those shreddy kinds. Soup tasted of the greens. Nice meal to end the trip to geylang serai market.

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Got this comforting bowl of ramen with slices of tender sanchenrou. Lovely alongside the dumplings in red chilli vinegar oil! (~$14) before gst

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Love this jijidon ($10) with its generous servings of meat. All very tangy and delicious - I can't decide which I like the most. Extremely filling and satisfying, especially with the BBQ mayo sauce! :)

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Love this and will totally be back!!! For $18, it serves a piping hot bowl of soup with chunky, yummy meat, just right for this cold weather. The serving of meat is generous. Plus ordering the lunch set gives free flow of side dishes. We also ordered the seafood pancake that is rich with spring onion, it is slightly different from the usual as it is thicker and taste more like flour. Also, it is good for lunch for its ambience and spaciousness!

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I love both the soup - all so rich in flavours!! The collagen soup and mala soup are both good, its tough to choose amongst the two. This was a worth it Groupon deal for half the price (~$18 per pax), allowing free flow of mushrooms and corn!! Though I noticed that some sides are not available... Also, to note that there is only one kind of pork available here. Will be good if there's more meat varieties. Still, a steal in the town area at cuppage plaza

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Located at ion and for the price of $35 for two people, for a large steamboat of beef, veggies, two bowls of rice, I daresay this is one of the most worth it deal at Ion. The steamboat is not piping hot such that it can simmer till the veggies are soft, thus the veggie is on the crunchy side. Got the tonkutsu broth and it's good. Will be back for any beef and steamboat fix!!

For $10 and with a bowl of generous melt-in-your-mouth Salmon + Tuna, this is a place I will definitely revisit. Fresh and chunky, the way I like my Barachirashi. Many other dons seems worth it too, like the unagi don for $12! Yummy.

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Ultimate comfort food that is cheese and pasta - baked. You can also never go wrong with Mango cream (yums). Good people, great food indeed. This is my all time favourite combi :) also, the homemade lemon tea is soothing to the palate

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The tomato cream is irresistible and I would always finish every drop of it. Love the fusion pastas here but particularly this dish with all the fresh seafood. Comfort and indulgent food through and through.

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