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Featuring Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle, Ramen Bari-Uma (Tanglin), Hand in Hand Beijing Restaurant, Tamoya Udon (Liang Court), Top 1 Home Made Noodles (Beauty World Food Centre), Jin Jin Hot/Cold Dessert (ABC Brickworks Market & Food Centre), Tai Wah Pork Noodle (Hong Lim Market & Food Centre), 928 Yishun Laksa (九二八小吃店), Sandaime Bunji, He Zhong Carrot Cake (Bukit Timah Market & Food Centre)
Evan Mua
Evan Mua
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Every component combined together for an elegant concerto on the tongue. The sauce was creamy and savoury, the buns pillowy, and the cheese an umami delight.
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And the patty - it was a dream. The meticulous mix of different beef types cumulated in this flavourful and succulent patty. Then it was cooked to a perfect medium, with a good mix of a firm bite, tenderness and a smoky char.
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Alas, being a basic burger, there's sadly a certain pizzazz absent. Still, this is as high quality as you get for a basic burger... Though also at a premium.

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You can see from the long queue - this stall is definitely worth trying.
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The essence of the coconut milk and hae bee had been imbued into the soup. The resulting fragrance of the creamy soup was further complemented by a nice sweetness, plus an enjoyable hint of spice.
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Overall, it is a lighter bowl but still flavourful; it's a nicely done bowl that doesn't get jelak.

Like a Taiwanese cafe from a fairy tale, the quaint and idyllic interior of the place is relaxing.
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Coffee wise, probably could have ordered something cooler, but their hand drip coffee ($6) was really not bad at all. Very forward fruity profile, complimented by a fragrant nutty finish.

Might not be top in some official rankings, but OD is a bar that truly has me enamoured. I have never once been disappointed by new concoctions in their ever-changing menu.
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This Harajuku Highball ($25) is really easy to drink. With smoked pear and quince tea kombucha as ingredients, it was pleasantly sweet whilst still carrying an enchanting complexity. The candied walnut is also a charming finish touch.

The skin was not too thick and the base achieved the golden ratio of airiness and crispiness.
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The fillings (pork, leek and shrimp) were fresh and not overly oily like much of traditional Chinese food, and came together for a juicy serving of umami. They were also not stingy with the fillings.
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Would definitely go back for more of these babies.

And probably the best Brown Sugar Fresh Milk franchised in SG so far. This cup ($5.30) is really flavourful with a strong aromatic brown sugar taste, mixed in with the fresh meiji milk. I do think the boba's chewiness leaves more to be desired though.

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The orh luak ($5/$8) had a good blend of egginess and starchy chewiness, amidst gratifyingly crispy charred bits. It was moist but did not feel greasy at all.
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The oysters were also juicy and plump, and the chili had a good amount of zest to cut through the heaviness.
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Their opening hours are bit weird though (only a few hours during lunch time).

Immediately you're welcomed by a crisp rice wine sweetness, but an underlying coconut fragrance and slight pungent acidity balances it out. Very easy to find yourself emptying your glass.

This charcoal frying imbued this plate of kway teow with an intense smokiness, and the noodles are well fried till nicely moist. But I would say it's not greatly flavourful outside of the abundant smokiness.

It is smooth and milky (the hokkaido milk is so good) with the right amount of sweetness and roasted fragrance. Topped with dainty latte art, it is a pleasure to sip.

To me it was not spectacular at all. Taste wise it was fine, and it was decently crispy and tender. But the price (RM$16/RM$18 with egg) is slightly steeper than other JB top eats.

Well fried with a delightful smokiness, the viscosity of the noodles coat your mouth with a fragrant seafood flavour.
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The robust flavours of the stock are also absorbed by the thick yellow noodles. Admittedly, the flavours are not the most intense and there is a lack of egginess, but it is still super good, especially with the sambal chili in the mix.

A food reviewer for fun. Some of my photos are super over-edited to compensate for my old S7 camera.

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