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Featuring Mad For Garlic, La Pizzaiola (Braddell Heights Estate), Arbite, Ramen Santouka (Clarke Quay Central), Two Blur Guys, db Bistro & Oyster Bar, Brasserie Les Saveurs (The St. Regis Singapore), Nosh, Sandaime Bunji, Hua Ting Restaurant
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Crab was damn shiok. However, to use real, soft crabmeat, the patty couldn't hold together and made eating quite a chore. Loved the mango salsa and truffle fries.

Mains here aren't cheap but are generous. That doesn't excuse wrapping fries and then serving truffle fries on the side too lol. Angus striploin used is decent and did its job. It's however kinda strange to wrap steak when steak requires slicing, and when you slice a wrap everything falls apart.

Not very visible but that's their signature guan miao noodle. Sorta like our ban mian, but wavy and thinner. Soup was great, which is minimum expectation of Taiwanese beef. Sadly the cut of the cow meant a lot of chewy areas that couldn't be eaten.

Flawless. Rice was how egg fried rice should be. Meat had right amount of bite, was fatty enough and obviously huge.

Original white. Homemade noodles were unique but that's about it. Very deep soup although that's pretty much the only highlight.

With spicy black sauce. Homemade noodles were unique but that's about it. Dumplings were a major indulgence. Soup was excellent although the greens kinda messed up its original taste.

For a stall specialising in this, it's poor. The pork, supposedly the star, was tough and dry.

Better than my first time here. Made more sense that it's so famous. Batter is really crumbly. Quite shiok but still not spectacular.

Not enough people appreciate pork chops. This was damn good. Fatty and flavourful. That's sweet potato mash which tasted like samosa filling - interesting.

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Curry was distinctively Indian and not the type you'd wipe empty. Fyi the bread is lightly toasted - there'll be lovers and haters. Came with potatoes and cauliflower.

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