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Western Food In Singapore

Western Food In Singapore

Featuring Meat n' Chill, Fuego Bar & Kitchen, Old School Delights (City Square Mall)
Chen Zhi Lin
Chen Zhi Lin

My Boyfriend and I heard that Fuego was serving Impossible Burgers and we definitely had to try. I am a big fan of steak so I ordered their Ribeye Al Fuego ($25) and it was served with a generous portion of fries and garden salad drizzled with balsamic sauce. The steak was cooked medium rare and it was really tender! We shared a Suntory White beer ($9 Happy Hour Pint) so it made for a great pairing with the steak as it was smooth and refreshing.

My boyfriend ordered the Impossible Burger ($17) and it was amazing! We did a taste comparison between both dishes to see if it really lived up to its hype. It was a tough fight but despite being able to figure out which was which, Impossible Burger tastes almost like real meat so kudos to the founders!

The Calamari Fritto ($12) was fried to perfection and went well with our beer too. We loved that the platter came with both tartar and spicy sauce options. Yummy!

We’d definitely visit again if we were gallery hopping at Gillman Barracks as both are within walking distance from Labrador Park MRT.

Kissed by Smoke, Hugged by Sauce, Licked by Fire.🔥

The ribs are a must try here at @meatnchill. We had the Journey to the Yeast special. Definitely the meanest ribs in town as their baby back ribs are well marinated and very flavourful.

Loved their Angus Cheese Burger as well :) Grilled to perfection, the juicy Angus Beef Patty was equally indulgent with melted cheese, caramelised onions and gherkins, sandwiched between two soft brioche buns.

Choice of sides: you’ll never go wrong with fries and sautéed mushrooms. A hearty meal makes for a wonderful date night ✨

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Stumbled on this cute tuck shop concept cafe in Farrer Park while on a date with my Boyfriend. I loved that there were old school games for customers to enjoy especially the flag erasers and the tabletop basketball court. I highly recommend trying out the Chicken Chop and Nasi Lemak as the sauces really stole the limelight. The chicken was really tender and the fries was fried to golden perfection. Bergadil was really on point too, one of the best I have tried so far.

Would definitely revisit Old School Delights with my friends and family!

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