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Yummy Eats Worth No Deals

Yummy Eats Worth No Deals

Featuring Ramen Santouka (Cuppage Terrace), Dessert Bowl, Tong Heng Confectionery (Chinatown), Relish by Wild Rocket (Bukit Timah), Ming Fa Fishball (Upper Thomson Road), River South (Hoe Nam) Prawn Noodles, Loo's Hainanese Curry Rice, Milk & Honey Gelato (Bedok), Shin Yeh, Watami (Junction 8)
Ade Tan
Ade Tan

Not bad at this price point, but definitely pales in comparison to their dry truffle ramen (in my personal opinion). Thin noodles were not as hard as I would have liked, but was thoroughly impressed by the thickness of the opaque pork fish broth, though the flavour wasn’t as robust as it looked. Nonetheless the half onsen egg was nicely done, and thin chashu slices with plenty of black fungus and seaweed were nothing to shout about. Do try their Dry Truffle Ramen though - something I’ll definitively go back for! 😋😋

Still amazed by the level of umami, especially at this price point 🤯🤯 Essentially a bowl of mindblowingly good zhajiangmian with its stir fried shredded pork, the thin ramen noodles were so springy and QQ, and held up the house made sauce with truffle oil so nicely! Definitely a must try when you’re here! Not the most ideal space for a catch-up, but there are some small sitting area for you to catch a quick meal, and trust me the umami-ness is easy on the palate and on the wallet 🥰🥰

This was surprisingly actually quite nice! Crumbles on top was crisp and encased the moist gooey appley goodness inside! Liked that it was a good balance of sweet and savoury, and definitely enjoyed this more than their chocolate tart! 😋😋

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Everyone recommended this sandwich and actually really liked it too!! 🥰🥰 Definitely a very Asian taste for a very Western looking sandwich, and wow this is probably the maximum anyone can stuff into a sandwich?? Packed with chicken, bacon, fried egg and cheese, this multi-level goodness really brought all the flavours together nicely though it was pretty hard and messy to eat (but I guess that’s also what makes a satisfying sandwich)! Salad on the side was really plain, but definitely recommend their sandwich 👍🏻👍🏻

Decided to try a funkier flavour and while the berries were a refreshing touch, found the cake a little too sweet for my liking (even for me) and the slight sour touch from the berries definitely helped to cut some of the sweetness! Liked the texture of the cake too - well balanced with soft sponge cake, thicker cream and lighter cream that was wholesome and went well together! 😌😌

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Was quite surprised by this chocolate cake cause definitely wasn’t expecting the cream layer to be thick and pretty decadent at this price point! Pales in comparison to chocolate cake dominators like awfully chocolate or Lana chocolate cake, but definitely still satisfying if you’re having a craving for chocolate cake and happen to be in the area 😋😋 Liked that the sponge layer was moist and went well with the pretty rich layers of cream, though would have preferred if the cake was more stuck on together as the layers felt very separate. But definitely worth at this price point!

Pretty decent meal for a casual dining restaurant, though you might be able to get better value at other Japanese restaurants (cause this was still pretty pricey!) The set menu definitely makes it a little more affordable, and you can customize it + top up whatever else you wanted! From the set we ordered a Caesar salad (average), 3 appetizers (California maki was average, gyoza was below average (could have been more crisp) and agedashi tofu was below average), 2 dons (unagi don and butadon, both of which were really nice and flavourful! PSA if you don’t take wasabi, try to ask them not to add wasabi to the rice for the butadon), a teppanyaki (grilled chicken was decent) and a sukiyaki pork hotpot (this was yum!). Topped up the salmon avocado roll (pretty good!) and liked that their salmon sashimi slices were a good balance between thick and thin and tasted fresh! 😋😋 Also had their chawanmushi and special roe chawanmushi, both of which were pretty normal~ All in all, a good place for casual Japanese food, quality wise it’s passable but very average and don’t get your expectations too high up 😅😅 One plus point was service was good and very very fast! 👍🏻👍🏻

Had this as a catering at a party, but gotta say this has been one of the better caterings I’ve had! We had the mee siam, chicken curry, beef rendang, chap chye, satay babi, tamarind prawn and gula melaka sago. Every dish was flavourful and slightly above average tastewise! Only gripe would be that I wished the beef rendang and satay Babi were more tender, but I guess that’s asking a little too much from catering 😅😅 Also, particularly liked the gula melaka sago as you can titrate the level of sweetness that you want 👍🏻👍🏻

Had a wedding banquet lunch here and it was such a delight! Pretty yummy typical Chinese banquet with such an amazing view from the 65th floor 🤯🤯 Food was generally pretty average with premium ingredients (sea cucumber, steamed sea bass, roasted duck with sweet plum sauce), but shoutout to the Steamed Drunken Prawns in Herbal Broth for those plump juicy fresh prawns with that thick herbally soup that was absolutely bursting with flavour! Also, it helped that they served up my favourite chinese dessert - Yam Paste! 🥰🥰 Definitely a very nice location to have a fancy treat with such a fantastic view 👍🏻👍🏻

Definitely a win just from side dishes alone! Though sides were a little on the salty side, but amazing amazing variety with sausages, beancurd skin, kimchi tofu, omelette, coleslaw salad, potato salad, kimchi and spinach 🥰🥰 You can be assured of a hearty meal when dining here for sure 👍🏻👍🏻

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This was so so so good?!??? Haven’t had such good quality durian in a while and this is exactly what every durian should aspire to be??? Tbh the Jin Feng easily surpasses all durians, and the MSW is just unnecessarily fantastic. But really, this batch of durian was to die for - Jin Feng was creamy and rich with just a slight tinge of sweetness while the MSW was so full in flavour with just the right amount of bitterness😌😌 Good packaging and efficient service (we ordered that morning, and collected it the same afternoon) 💯💯

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This tastes just as good as it looks!! 😍😍 Highlight of the dish has got to be the thiccc juicy strip of pork with such a succulent layer of fat - really so so good omg. Along with 2 substantial stacks of tonkatsu pork, this dish was actually really filling for 2 pax! (Good for 2-3 pax imo!) Came with 4 different sauces - house made brown sauce, chili sauce and scallion sauce, with tartar sauce too for the tonkatsu pork! Fantastic service with attentive servers who patiently explained components of the dish and restaurant was homely - perfect for families! Sides of vegetable and potato wedges were pretty average, but the meat was definitely the star of the show. Esp with eatigo’s 50%, definitely do give this a try 👍🏻👍🏻

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Ade Tan

Level 7 Burppler · 426 Reviews

Cause food makes the world go round (and me too 🐽🐽) Good food good lobangs @adeateee

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