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Amanda Quek
Amanda Quek
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Tokyo Eater pop-up stall had seen a slight switch in its menu; taking over the previous Tendon menu, the new menu now features a whole variety of Mentaiko dishes — most of them being pretty familiar dishes such as Aburi Salmon Mentaiko Mayo Donburi and Mazesoba that is served with Mentaiko.

The highlight of the new menu would probably be the Mentaiko ice-cream; served in a pre-packaged cup, the consistency is pretty much like the ice-cream one would pick up from the convenience store — a little hard though still creamy and requires a little bit of digging through with the plastic spoon provided within. Carrying notes of umami and a slight tinge of spiciness, this is something meant only for the more adventurous; not that I love it, but certainly interesting and something I don’t really mind having again.

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From Singa Toasty at National Design Centre — the stall is a pop-up that last till this weekend, and run by the folks behind KKi Sweets (their cakes are available at The Providore, OUE Downtown).

There is quite a thought process behind the brand, from design elements to the business model; the core focus would be their Kaya Toast Gift Boxes that works as a good gift idea for tourists or friends overseas. The Kaya Soft Serve is essentially a showcase to what they offer — the Soft Serve comes creamy, yet with a hint of sweetness that we all find familiar with the coconut jam; comes with a Kaya Toast stick on the side that is crisp and sugared for some flavour and texture. Pretty good I would say.

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