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Who’s a fan of scampi? 🙌🏻
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Rasa Sayang BBQ Buffet
1 June – 26 August 2018
Daily Dinner: 6pm – 10pm
S$38++ (Adult)/ S$19++ (Child)
S$68++ per person incl. free flow wines & beer
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Where to dine?
Royale Restaurant, Level 3 at Mercure Singapore Bugis
122 Middle Rd, Singapore 188973

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(Clockwise from top left) Hainanese pork chop, white chicken, chap chye. The chicken was surprisingly mediocre.

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Another tasty handmade goodie from the stall.
Potato curry puff, crispy on the edges.
Accompanied with cup of Kopi O.
Classic.

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$3 for this, fried Beehoon, Tau Kwa, fried fish cake and chicken drumlet.
Add some chilli for kicks.

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By far the most aromatic BPC I’ve come across in Singapore! When the staff brought the coffee towards me, I could already smell the aroma. Even as it sits in the table as I type this, I can still smell the nicely blended coffee! 😋

They use a higher percentage of whole wheat, like in cookies and breads to keep GI levels moderate for a healthier diet.

They are really quite hidden, making breads and bakes with passion and soul. Well, up to us to ‘discover’ them and let you know, right?

It’s near Bras Basah MRT and the Art Museum.

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From Motsu-Ya, a new Japanese establishment located at the second level of Fortune Centre, and by the same folks behind Nobu-Ya.

Ginger and Miso Braised Chicken Guts and Vegetables, served with rice and pickles. Really loved this dish even though I am no exotic parts eater; even disregarding the chicken guts which can be rather intimidating for some, this was essentially a braised stew that is wonderfully light and flavourful — slight hints of savoury flavour that is warm and comforting from the Miso that makes it so delicious that one would end up polishing the braising liquid with the pearly and fluffy short-grained rice. Included in the claypot are also strips of succulent and tender chicken and soft-to-the-bite carrots and radish — very homely, yet tasty whilst being wholesome and affordable at $7.80. Something I would really crave for again!

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The flavours of the dishes are fairly consistent, over our 2 visits. However, the portions of some of the dishes are fairly small, and would not be enough for most people. Some must-try dishes are the Maui dream (croissant with crab and scrambled eggs) as well the Oceans of Mentaiko.

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+ Chirashi NDC, damage: $52++

Spicy Mentaiko Don came with huge chunks of salmon cubes and spicy tuna on their signature rice. Salmon was alright, don't really enjoy the consistency of the tuna. I was expecting them to come in cubes. Also the sauce wasn't spicy at all. Rice has a good taste and fragrant to it but they were sticking together in chunks which is quite disappointing. Also there were chewy bits of fats/skin in the sashimi. I would probably stick to the orchard outlet.

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