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Featuring Artichoke, Common Man Coffee Roasters, The Refinery, Paddy Hills, boCHINche, Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar, d'Good Café (Holland Village), Springleaf Prata Place (Jalan Tua Kong), PS.Cafe (Harding Road), Original Sin
Cam Paul
Cam Paul

This is chicken on skewers, grilled to perfection. It was well marinated, tender and you could eat without other sauce, though yoghurt was provided. Served with tomato and onion slices with two pieces of pita bread and fries. S$23.90.

Pretty good in terms of variety but quality of food suffers in exchange 😢😢 Sashimi section consisted of salmon, tuna, mock abalone, shrimp while seafood section had mussels and prawns, with jellyfish, seaweed, pickles and kimchi to go on the side, with a. variety of sushi (inari, tamago, sotong, California roll). Sashimi was decently fresh (first batch was messy and gross, but second batch was better cut and arranged) but definitely lower-grade sashimi (what can you expect right), liked the jellyfish too! Western section had roast pork (dry), beef stew (super tough), cream spinach, buffalo wings, vegetarian and chicken pizza, cream mussels. Western and the hotpot sections were the more meh ones, with the hotpot broth being bland and ingredients substandard. Yakitori and teppanyaki sections were much better. I particularly enjoyed the chicken skewers, chicken cheese balls (ok but these taste cheap), Saba fish and grilled corn. Salmon head was too oily with minimal meat and teppanyaki chicken was the only ok one. Oden was tasteless and left me going “oh then??” Desserts like cakes (red bean matcha, mango) and puddings (goma) were bleh, but ice cream (matcha, black sesame, chocolate) was decent with many many toppings (red bean!!!). I’m just sold by the red bean with matcha ice cream combi, plus dipping their waffles (though soggy) into the chocolate fondue 😍😍 Overall, the dinner price wasn’t worth imo and I could easily have gone for a hotel buffet at this price. But do try them out for weekday lunches ($22.80++), and clearing service was fast and no time limit on your eating too!

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New to the cafe scene of Serangoon gardens💕 @apollocoffeebar immediately rise to the top must-go cafes in the area✨ started by the same brains behind @atlascoffeehouse and @columbuscoffeeco ❤️ @apollocoffeebar serves great coffee and fresh nosh communal dining that is especially great for brunch🥳✨ we got their 1️⃣ pork and pear tartare ($19.50)🍐 🐷- roasted pears, bacon chunks, caramelized onions and ricotta cheese spread on a bed of fluffy ciabatta bread (unique!) 2️⃣Honey tatertots 🍯 (addictive) - mini potato hashbrowns coated in honey butter with yogurt dip✨👍 - paired with matcha latte 🍵 and kombucha💕 the perfect brunch spot with comfy natural interiors and seriously a menu that you can’t get bored of👏 definitely will be back✨
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This new chic casual restaurant is not to be confused with The Social Space, a social enterprise café in Outram. The best things about it are the very efficient, pro-active and friendly service, and the jolly atmosphere. The food is extremely innovative (both in concept and plating), and quite good, although there are few outstanding dishes. One exception is the seafood rice soup ($24.80++), simple but so yummy. Otherwise, several dishes are a tad too salty (eg. roasted quail, fried cauliflower with chilli), or a bit too sweet (eg. lobster glutinous puff, foie gras in rice wine, century egg with silken tofu). The wagyu char siu ($28++) is too dry. Still, a welcome addition to the eating scene in Singapore.

Kota 88 is by far our favorite Chinese-Indonesian restaurant in Singapore. The foods remind us of childhood when we joined our moms to Glodok
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The Nasi Campur is undeniably our go-to, if you’re a first timer here that is what you should try. This time we decided to try their Nasi Goreng Spesial Kota88 and Sup Baikut. Well, where have we been? The Nasi Goreng Spesial (Pork Fried Rice) is to die for. It has the smoky aroma as in nasi goreng tek tek, a thing that we’ve been looking for in fried rice. The Sup Baikut (Pork with Vegetable soup) has that classic homemade taste.
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Kota88 sells Bintang Beer and liquors, it opens until 3AM. Now you know where to go to fix that past-midnight hunger.

Cheesy lobster with fragrant basmati rice, spicy sambal sauce, fried egg, sliced cucumbers and crispy anchovies with peanuts.

Nestled at a kopitiam in Tampines Industrial Park, this is the Nasi Lemak Stall that blew up in popularity sometime back last year. Its claim to fame is their Lobster Nasi Lemak - a twist from the iconic Malay dish.

The show-stealing lobster definitely failed at its job. The meat didn’t come off from the shell easily and was slightly mushy. Though it was well-seasoned and tasty, it didn’t bring out that fresh crustacean taste. Priced at $22, I feel that the portion of lobster meat was pretty underwhelming too. The only saving grace was probably their homemade sambal sauce which suits my taste buds and spicy tolerance level 😂.
Rating: ⭐️⭐️

Tucked away in Bedok's Happy Hawkers, this stall opened by an ex-DTF chef doles out familiar favourites at a fraction of the price. Think ultra-comforting Pork Ribs Fried Rice ($6), Dan Dan Noodles ($6) and Pan-Fried Dumplings ($5), all under $10 each. The only catch? Weekends warrant about an hour's wait for food — hit this during off-peak hours instead.
Photo by Burppler Muriel AvdH

The egg fried rice is perfectly fried with the grains still maintaining its fluffiness. It’s packed with wok hei and fragrant aroma from the eggs. The highlight of the dish is the pork chop. It’s surprisingly tender and well-marinated. Definitely worth the calories!

Happy weekend! Finally, after a long hard week.
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Looking pretty, this rose had a crunchy crumbly exterior, encasing light rose mousse with a raspberry-lychee heart. The flavours are ok, but probably not good enough for me as a $14 cake.

Happy weekend! Finally, after a long hard week.
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Looking pretty, this rose had a crunchy crumbly exterior, encasing light rose mousse with a raspberry-lychee heart. The flavours are ok, but probably not good enough for me as a $14 cake.

Delicious with the local dish! Thanks &u a great day to LEE TAI FU

More for aesthetic purposes than taste, because it’s just toast after all. So what made the difference was the spreads, that consisted of matcha, strawberry and cookies and cream. Each of them had a bit of crunch to it and it provided a little more texture. Otherwise nothing much to shout about, though the effort put into presentation is amazing!!

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