[CLOSED] Little Bastard

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * Hidden restaurant and cocktail mixology bar serving up modern twists of asian classics we grew up with.

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The soft pork collar with red curry which tasted more like peanut sauce is well worth the wait!

Simply Yeo’s cocktail is extremely refreshing and a fun twist to the traditional chrysanthemums drink.

Hidden above The Refinery, this cocktail bar is perfect for a wacky yet romantic date night. Start with something to eat. Must-orders include the One Night in Tom Yum ($20) with cold tom yum consommé inaniwa udon and crab meat, as well as the the crispy Duck Confit Penyet ($20) with kecap manis. On cocktails, the spiked Cheng Teng Gao ($18) is a comforting yet quirky treat.
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Tom yum consomme is exactly how you would expect it to taste, but it wasn't very spicy. Quite refreshing actually and really fragrant, and went really well with the crispy bits. The crab meat were quite strong and probably sweeter, whiter crab meat would work better with the profile of the consomme. The udon tasted like normal noodles here for some reason, quite lacking in chew.

Another +15min dish. This one is slightly more value for money though due to the chunk of fatty pork collar. Well seasoned (though not evenly so) pork collar that could be torn apart using chopsticks went very well with the curry(tasted like green curry tho) which cut thru the fattiness. Curry is pretty legit as it was very strong and full of spices. Overall it's a great dish to share otherwise it's gonna be surfeiting despite the small portion

(15min wait) is a big jk lol they mean 15min extra after the rest of the dishes are served.

Rather citrusy and slightly sour chicken leg, with a piquant chili sauce. Lime was completely unnecessary as the chicken and the chili sauce are both sour already. However for such a small chicken thigh the price is really sth

The stunner of the night. Show stopping esp since it's immediately after the luroufan. Perfectly crispy and moist duck leg, with a nice hint of sweetness from the kecap Manis. Sambal was also divine, with a depth of flavour and not too spicy. A must-have from little bastard