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A gem in CBD area that serves affordable lunch sets and cute gyozas πŸ₯°
Eat simi: Miso mushroom noodles, original gyoza, fried pierogi, grapefruit thyme green tea (lunch set)
Eat which store: Dumpling Darlings
Eat how much: $18.85 (inclusive of gst)
Eat where: 44 Amoy st s(069870)
Eat nice not: 4.5/5
The staff were very friendly and quickly serve us their complimentary appetizer, cold bean sprout, which I felt was not bad, with some umami flavors.
We ordered their miso mushroom noodles and we must say they are atas version of bar chor mee, just a twist with an addition of Japanese flavors like the hanjuku eggs and seaweed flakes. The servings were rather generous, a lot of mushroom slices, and your typical garnishes. The egg noodles were chewy and springy, firm to bite i wld say and with the fried shallots, they added some crunch and flavor to every bite.

I would say the gyoza would the main character. Especially the fried pierogi, I was quite surprise as the fried pierogi was really an interesting dish, stuffed w truffle potatoes, cheese and bacon, the strong truffle flavor just release inside your mouth when you take the first bite! πŸ‘πŸΌ It wasn’t too jelak as well even though there are potatoes inside and the skin to filling ratio is good 😊! Would go back for their fried pierogi!! Otherwise, the original one is also a decent one, fillings weren’t too dry, they still retain that juice in the gyoza. (was salivating while typing this so yall know how good this is 😊)
If I have to picky a little, I would say their egg noodle flavor wasn’t quite well executed, there wasn’t much taste to the noodle but the sauce and garnishes saved the day.
Good ambience, super affordable lunch set and friendly staff. This has definitely won my heart over considering they are located in the CBD area.

𝐍𝐞𝐠𝐒𝐭𝐨𝐫𝐨π₯π₯ ($10) - DIY handroll with crisp seaweed, fluffy rice, and fresh and succulent fatty tuna that made for an enjoyable starter.

π‚π‘π’πœπ€πžπ§ π₯𝐒𝐯𝐞𝐫 ($8) - Crispy batter encasing juicy liver, super addictive and well-timed!

π†π²π¨π³πš ($8) - Lightly crisp and generously filled but quite standard.

Would recommend the flavourful and spicy 𝐀𝐒𝐦𝐜𝐑𝐒 ($3) that’s among the better renditions around. The 𝐨𝐧𝐬𝐞𝐧 𝐞𝐠𝐠 ($3.50) was unfortunately overdone but enjoyable with the light soy-sesame seasoning.

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Ultra-tender pork jowl that melts-in-the-mouth but did find the meat:fat ratio of 1:1 too fatty. The Japanese curry was thick and hearty but leaned towards the sweeter side and personally would have enjoyed a stronger kick.

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Angus beef was adequately tender but some cuts required more chewing. Flavour-wise, the subtle smokiness was enhanced by the accompanying addictively tasty furikake and fried garlic but the seasoning might make it a tad rich. Can consider pairing it with their fragrant 𝐠𝐚𝐫π₯𝐒𝐜 𝐫𝐒𝐜𝐞 ($8) that was also delicious on its own.

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The pretty one with the duo jasmine flowers right in the centre is called …. Drum Roll .. Regina ❀️ , floral and fragrant it’s my favourite from the 5 we ordered

I usually order the green pepper based soup . Tonight we ordered the sour soup with fish fillet n this is my new fav !

signature Valrhona chocolate cake with hazelnut

this might be the least memorable of the selection I sampled but it seems like they’ve now upgraded to a 2.0 version that may be worth a shot!

very fragrant and aromatic! super worth it with burpple πŸ‘πŸ» there’s no indoor seating, but there are a couple of seats just outside which is tolerable in good weather

Michelin-Starred Italian-Argentine Chef Mauro Colagreco opened @carnesg, and I'm glad they had a 11.11 Promotion with 1-1 Burgers, which made me finally decide to order their burgers to try!

Beef and chimichurri burger ($22.50)
Butter bun, 160g natural grass-fed beef, signature chimichurri, smoked scamorza cheese, pickled jalapeno, onion and tomato salsa, local arugula.
Honestly thankful that the burgers did not come soggy, especially since it had to survive delivery. It was however not soft as expected though, although I'd pick slightly "firmer" burgers than soggy ones anyway. The buns had a strong butter flavour, but were slightly dry. This burger had more "mexican flavours" from the salsa, and was slightly spicy from the jalapeno and sauces.

Grilled beef and double mushroom burger ($23)
Butter bun, 160g natural grass-fed beef, local shiitake, pickled onions, natural cheese, mushrooms duxelles, garlic mayo.
Preferred this burger for less of the salsa-ish flavours, and you could also taste the beef flavour from the patty since it isn't overwhelmed by sauces here - but fans of salsa flavours would prob prefer the other burger. Their burgers were quite salty for many of us, and I'd say it isn't the softest and most moist burger patty out there.

Definitely not worth $20+, but with the 1-1 during their 11.11 promotion, I'd say it's a decent burger (~$12.30).

Overall Rating: 6/10 (w/o promo)

Go just for this mountain of churros - the rest are quite pricey.

Tried a variety of kushiyaki at this newly-opened izakaya in the heart of CBD. Here's what we got!

πŸ”Chicken wing
πŸ”Chicken heart
πŸ”Chicken thigh
πŸ”Chicken skin
πŸ– Enoki in pork belly 🌟
🐷 Pork collar
🐷 Iberico pork jowl 🌟
πŸ₯© Japanese angus beef
πŸ„ King oyster mushroom

I am not usually a fan of chicken heart, but still plucked up my courage to taste these (top left) here. Can see why it appeals to some people, but I'd stick to my usual skewers 😝

The πˆπ›πžπ«π’πœπ¨ 𝐏𝐨𝐫𝐀 𝐉𝐨𝐰π₯ is slightly skewed towards the fatty side, but that didn't stop us from enjoying the skewers! Definitely leave some space to try their nama chocolate too

Topped with fragrant garlic bits, this simple yet delicious fried rice was a comforting dish. Housed in the newly-launched izakaya in town, this is an affordable carb option. There's also garlic udon at the same price. If you're willing to splurge, there's also a foie gras fried rice alternative