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The RantingPanda
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For mains, the Pappardelle can’t go very wrong at @COMOCuisineSG. The house-made pappardelle is served with duck ragout, basil and shaved pecorino. This is a distinct Italian dish which can also be found at the Italian restaurants across COMO. And yes, can’t say no to the shaved pecorino!

Glad that this dish is still on the set menu at @Tamashii_SG even after its major revamp! The restaurant spots a sleeker interior and the lunch sets are probably the most value for money option.

This Saga Wagyu Beef Don with truffles and onsen egg is one of the highlights for us on the 7-course lunch set menu!

Can always do with delicious curry even when you are not even hungry.

Freshly made ‘Herh Keow’ and delicious fish balls, one more reason for us to head to Serangoon North.

Hearty breakfast and great to see a young generation of hawkers running this two months old stall in a coffeeshop. Happy Sunday everyone!

Middle Eastern inspired restaurant is not something we would usually get excited about due to the lack of familiarity with the cuisine. The lack of what to expect contrasted well with the quality of dishes we had, such as this Cauliflower Kushari, which is really quite forward thinking when we look at the weekend brunch landscape today.

Sinfully delicious, this Fried Cauliflower with Egyptian Jewelled Rice, Smoked Japanese ramen Egg, Mint and Puffed Corn work magic when tossed together.

We have quite a feast of meals lined up today, very excited!

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Coined as Crispy Beef “Jerky” from the relatively new @MimiRestaurantSG in Clarke Quay, this is one of the Sichuan classics from the Ming dynasty. It is really addictive and easy to pop as the crispy beef slices are quite thin. The spicy and numbing sensation from the mala sauce which coats the beef is also quite satisfying.

Happy Thursday and we can’t wait for our long awaited dinner tonight!

We fell in love with Khao Soi when we were in Chiang Mai, and this version at Tangerine is a finer version of the Northern Thai dish. Love the crispy noodles and the curry sauce!

Here’s the Beef Rendang and prices are really reasonable if you come here for lunch. Unfortunately, it doesn’t open for dinner or on weekends.

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