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Exploring Fun Places

Featuring Kra Pow Thai Street Food, Rakki Bowl, Porta, New Station Snack Bar, Umi Nami, LICKERS, dal.komm COFFEE (The Centrepoint), Mischief, Kovan 209 Market & Food Centre, aRoma (Plaza Singapura)
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Tried the Volcano Avalanche since it was featured on Food King and looked interesting with the smoke effect. While the aesthetics scored, the same couldn't be said about the food. Was looking forward to the molten lava cake within the volcano but it was so hard to cut even with a fork. The raspberries stuck easily to our teeth as well. The salted caramel ice cream and brownies were not bad though.

Chanced upon this eatery while cafe hopping. We had the red wine chicken meesua [$5] which tasted so good! There was a very strong wine taste but we are okay with it. The chicken pieces were tender but too small.

We also had the mixed soup with mee kia [$5] where we immediately noticed the contrast between a food blogger review's soup and ours. The handmade ingredients (foochow meatballs, 燕皮, dumpling) were so flavourful we ordered another bowl of 燕皮 soup [$5]. The soups here are kind of oily though. But for a Foochow like me, the food here tastes like home!

Sun Moulin has disappointed once again. For a ham cheese bread for $2, i got a very dry bread with slabs of ham stuck in between. The cheese was only on top of the bread. Never going back.

Is it me or is there a trend of ricebowl places on Burpple Beyond serving a smaller portion than expected? Order the Unagi Bowl and the Aburi Salmon Bowl. The fish tasted fresh but the portion was small.

In addition, the service wasn’t the most pleasant. Doubt I’ll be visiting again if I’m around the area.

Decided to visit this newly opened place. Ordered the beef and teriyaki chicken bowl. Serving was slightly smaller than expected but I have say the teriyaki chicken was quite nicely seared. Rice was a little dry without much sauce for the beef bowl though.

All and all a decent meal, but serving can be improved.

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This is hands down one of the best Korean restaurants I have tasted in Singapore. Any better, you most likely have to fly to Korea yourself.

Most Tofu Soups in Singapore are just a spam of spicy oil, but you could seriously taste the seafood broth in this. The bulgogi was well seasoned and cooked as well. Seafood pancake was crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside.

For the love of your oppa, please go and visit it!


Matcha latte and matcha cake. Nuff said.

Recommended for all matcha fans (don’t go during weekend nights as it will be flooded with people).
#matchalove 🍵

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Ordered the beef burger and pork ribs. Burger tasted just like any average beef burger, but the pork ribs were juicy and tender. Could taste that the ribs were well cooked for a long period of time.

Awesome place to chill as there were also darts machines. Great drinking place too.

Succulent and well seasoned chicken, with chewy noodles. Do also order the dumpling soup which is generous with the dumplings.

Haven’t tried the other original stall, but seriously this will suffice.

This place specialises in Hainanese food, and boy are their food good. We ordered the Hainanese Mixed Vegetables, Pork Chop and Chicken rice. The steamed chicken is soso, but the vegetable and pork chop are no joke! The umami taste of the vegetables and the succulent pork will leave you wanting for more!

Bring your squad so as to enjoy more variety of their dishes!

For $5.50, I got a satisfying bowl of fishball noodles with 6 big bouncy fishballs! The clear soup was tasty while the noodles were drenched with a blend of ketchup, chilli and spring onion. The noodles were quite oily but still delicious. Not as cheap as hawker centres but for a place like Ion, no complaints.

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Perhaps I went with high anticipation as I saw the long queue, I ordered the hainanese pork chop with 2 sides and was slightly disappointed at the small amount of non-crispy pork chop. Contrary to my experience at other curry rice stalls, I was not asked if I wanted curry on my rice and had to request for it when making payment. Food portions were small. Will consider other dishes if I try this stall again.

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