Cheap Belly

Cheap Belly

Featuring South Union Park, Omoté (Thomson Plaza), LECOQ, Deli's Kitchen - Japan Grill Delicacy (Sunshine Plaza), The Feather Blade, Babasan, Sin Ming Roti Prata (Sin Ming), Dosirak (Downtown Gallery), W Acai (PLQ Mall), Hokkien Man Hokkien Mee
Abi T
Abi T

Bone marrow $13 could have been dish on it's own. Devoured by the 2 of us. The fats melted so nicely together with the squid ink, stabbed on the nicely toasted and charred bread. Heaven.
Next up was the duck tagliatelle $24 -> eat this first if you have too as the bone marrow really mellowed the taste of this pasta. What a waste. Moving on the the pork chop with apple $24... the ingredients paired so well together. The dish highly balanced. Pork went well with the sauce and apples, the mash was really good with the beetroot crunchies... finally after, I had another taste of the duck tagliatelle and it was just right. Overall $43 for 1 starter and 2 mains thanks to burpple beyond. I will be back!!!

$13 for 2 acai (med) bowls and 2 cold brew teas. Generous toppings and a plentiful of seats! The acai wasnt too sweet which was great. I'll definitely be back for more. Super worth it with burpple beyond:)

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Hidden gem nearby kovan! Waiting time was long but the food is super affordable. Steak was great - fatty but not too fatty and the medium rare was very well cooked. The bruschetta and soft shell crab pasta was a crowd favourite too! 3 course meal for $30. Coffee was $3~. Owner was super friendly, gave us a dollar discount for parking haha:) will be coming back!

Dark chocolate ice cream was good. Waffles taste like bread not fluffy or crispy and very thick and heavy. :(
Belgian waffle sized. So it's small.
Paid $12.50 with burpple 1 for 1 for 4 waffles and 4 scoops. Ice cream is good price. Dont need to try the waffles.

Satisfying bowl. Citrus tuna and salmon were good and in satisfying portions. No ambiance. Good for a quick meal post workout or during lunch. Burpple 1 for 1 was great! $12.90 for 1 bowls.

Note this spot in the CBD for after work hangs with your colleagues. Start with appetisers like the Samurai Kueh Pie Tee ($8) or the Insta-worthy Mythical Chawanmushi ($5). On mains, have the Belly Roll Mee ($15) that features incredibly crispy roasted pork belly skin in a concentrated mee siam gravy!
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This tender and juicy meaty meat is so darn goood. It’s worth the queue, time, and price.

$4 for 3 plain and 1 egg prata :)
$4.50 for one fried chicken drumstick!!! :(
Prata was good. Layers were very obvious. Almost like a croissant prata. Plain was much better than egg. Yummy!

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Although this stall is housed in a nondescript coffeeshop along Toa Payoh Lorong 7, it sticks out like a sore thumb thanks to the snaking queue that peeks out. Chef Neo, of Les Amis fame, serves a wet style of Hokkien Mee (from $4) that sees noodles simmered in a flavorful broth with generous portions of shrimp, sotong and pork belly. Pro-tip: Come by early to avoid the crowd — it opens daily from 10am till 2pm.
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Worth the price and the beef was really really good. Generous amounts of beef was given which went really well with the peppery rice underneath!! Service was pretty slow because they were short of staff but worth the wait!

Notes: Omote just launched their Menu 2.0 on 17 July 2019.

This menu is part of Omote’s 2.0 menu, under the new contemporary modern donburi, offering 3 variations of don:
1. Salmon Mentai - definitely my favourite part of the dish; the mentai sauce is super creamy while the salmon is torched in aburi style. It was executed well as the aburi salmon is still juicy and not too dry!
2. Cubed Salmon in Spicy Cheese Sauce - the wasabi taste is a bit strong for me. The salmon cubes are cold with crunchy texture.
3. Assortment Chirashi - Omoté’s classic dish which never goes wrong! The chirashi is fresh with generous chunks of salmon, tuna and tako.

Scratching your head over lunchtime options in the CBD? Put this Italian-Japanese fusion spot on your list. Go for the foolproof LE Coq Chirashi (from $8.90), comprising fresh salmon and tuna cubes and an onsen egg. Otherwise, Burppler yongzhen chong recommends the Signature Roast Chicken (from $8.90), which sees delicious roasted chicken on quinoa.
Photo by Burppler Mushy Munching

Abi T

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