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Places In East

Places In East

Featuring Firebake - Woodfired Bakehouse & Restaurant, Seng Kee Black Chicken Herbal Soup (Kembangan), FOC Restaurant, Hei Kim Cafe, Baba Chews Bar and Eatery, IZY FOOK, The Chop House (Katong), Katsuya Restaurant, Oh Deli, Delhi 6 (Katong V)
Gerald Ng
Gerald Ng

Was excited as it’s open by same guys of wooloomooloo. Ribeye medium rare arrived medium, not once but twice. For the price $39, it came with a garnishing of watercress and one single tomato - which I wouldn’t mind if the meat is top quality and the Chef actually understands what medium rare is. Felt like I was eating in Stirling Steak almost.

Love the food quality here, it’s decent with their freshly baked bread, spring water & special oven. You can see the Chef / owner pottering around - total dedication. I had the striploin medium rare that came beautifully done, with a generous heap of salsa verde. Not my first time here and the food has always been great!

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First time to Katsuya and was blown away by the quality. The menu featured how the Chef was trained in Tokyo and the philosophy behind Katsuya - quality, clean, freshly made food. The pork Katsu was delicious, as was my wagyu Katsu - so tender and juicy. Will definitely come back again!

$18 for 4 slices of raw amberjack- which is ok if it was great. However it was drenched heavily in an extremely sour and spicy sauce - that didn’t do any justice to the raw cuts of fish.

Prawn meepok was great but at$18 I expect a damn bloody good plate.

We left after that hungry and went in search for proper hawker food.

TLDR/ Come if you like overpriced tiny portions of “elevated” local food.

Great quality meats from our local deli, awesome breakfast and coffee. Their sausage rolls are amazing!

Gorgeous cut of meat, done perfectly! So juicy, tender and definitely one of the star dishes for the night after the squid ink paella.

Hands down the best squid ink paella in Singapore. Way better than Binomio and that’s pretty good. Every grain was like a burst of flavors from the sea. Juicy prawns, chunky octopus, and a dollop of garlic aioli. Absolutely tasty!

Salmon was done slightly rare the way I like it. I love the laksa sauce but the dried taupok puffs were hard and dry, not sure it was a great sidekick. The laksa sauce given wasn’t enough and they wanted to charge for more, might be good to be more generous with sauce to go with the whole fish fillet.

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One of my go to spots for solid Indian food at affordable prices. The chandi murgh tikka was tender chicken heaven, with hints of smoky garlic. One dish I could eat over and over again. The butter garlic naans were amazing too.

This was amazing, especially loved the mushrooms they were done well. Nice coffee here too, and prices are reasonable.