Where To Eat In Singapore

Where To Eat In Singapore

Featuring Clinton St. Baking Co. & Restaurant Singapore, Lei Garden, Food Republic ([email protected]), Botany, Mei by Fat Spoon (Desa Sri Hartamas), Guzman y Gomez (Chevron House)
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Law Li Ming

Wish that the pork was a little softer, but the sauce makes up for it, as it is rich and tasty.

A delicious plate of long beans - classic taste and has a nice spice to it. Quite simply, tasty!

Soft, fluffy, arguably the most perfect pancakes I have ever tasted. The blueberries and that maple butter make that even better.

Check out my full review here:
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https://www.bibzeats.com/blog/2019/4/22/food-blog-clinton-street-baking-co-amp-restaurant-singapore

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A lot of different elements to this dish. The cartilidge is a hit/miss depending on whether you like soft and slimey food. Personally I like it, and the curry is rich and tasty.

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Really soft, but think the flavour is a bit meh. Still decent starter or side dish that you can munch on before the mains.

Rice mixed with what you normally find from burittos. The beans taste pretty nice, but think the quesadilla option is slightly tastier

Hong Kong style char siew (means the type with sauce like Chee cheong fan), but still really flavourful. The siu yuk doesn't exactly have crispy skin, but still tastes really nice.

A really classic Singapore curry chicken rice. So worth SGD7.50. The curry is rich but not that thick, which makes is so delicious.

Definitely think the star of this restaurant are the pumpkin fritters. SO ADDICTIVE. I always come back for more!
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Read my full review over at
https://www.bibzeats.com/blog/2018/12/23/food-blog-mei-by-fat-spoon-sri-hartamas

A surprisingly light rice bowl that is packed with lots of flavour. Not as spicy as most other versions of this dish, which makes it a healthier option in my eyes.
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Check out my full review here:
https://www.bibzeats.com/blog/2019/4/23/food-blog-botany-at-robertson-quay

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A really tasty take on fried chicken. Crispy skin followed by a really tender interior. Seasoned really well as well.
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Check out my full review over at
https://www.bibzeats.com/blog/2019/4/23/food-blog-botany-at-robertson-quay

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