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Millefeuille Pancake [4 for $7.90, 8 for $11.90]
Fluffy and wobbly 🥞

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The thinly sliced, tender strips of pork neck are lightly dry rubbed with star anise and black cardamom spices, then grilled till it has a smoky layer, complementing the natural savoury flavours of the pork.
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A rich, thick dipping sauce of Shaoxing Chinese rice wine, black vinegar, ginger, rock sugar, and chili, is served on the side, lending a powerful tangy savoury sour spicy flavour to the meat.
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Plated with a fresh mesclun salad dressed in creamy goma dare / sesame sauce. Good.
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Taan / 炭
More details on blog

The broth was a little too sweet and lacked the meaty depth and complexity I look for in a bun bo hue, but the portion was big with a fair amount of meat and we stilled enjoyed it anyway.

Taste: 3/5

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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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Everything about this was faultless, from the smoky, juicy and tender pork chop to the fragrant, fluffy rice topped with a limpid fried egg. The egg meatloaf was salty and moreish, I only wish there were more of it.

Taste: 4/5

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Mango Pancake (4 pieces) - $14.40
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The brand opens its first overseas outlet in Singapore, with so much hype, so be prepared to Q. When severed, first thing I noticed is the pancakes are as thick as I thought it would be and the cream & fruits wasn’t as overflowing as per their photos. First bite into the pancake and I was quite blown away. The texture was so soft and fluffy! Pancakes melts in your mouth, with the slightly sour mango cubes the dessert become very refreshing. The fresh Hokkaido Cream adds smoothness in every mouth. The pancakes are pale in taste, so it will be great if they are more generous in fruit topping & sauces, as I always desire my desserts to be sweet sweet in every bite. In future, I would consider ordering the cheaper plain millefeuille pancakes and pair it with a lot of maple syrup, simple and delicious
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Belle-Ville Pancake Cafe
@pancakecafe_belleville

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Chicken & Pancakes - $19
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Crispy and large chunks of friend chicken is the first thing that will catch you eyes. Underneath hidden the house-made buttermilk pancakes, with the whole dish drizzled with generous amount of chilli maple sauce, which isn’t spicy spicy so no worries. The pancakes are crispy on the outside, kinda rigid as it’s made flat and thin while cooked to crisp, not the type of pancake that I would love. But the fried chicken is worth the indulgence, crispy but not dry on the inside, together with the mild spicy maple sauce it’s a great match. Be prepared to wait especially during weekend as the cafe can get rather crowded
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Earlybird Cafe
@earlybirdsg

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This dish is superb, and everything goes so well with each other. The portion is huge, and you might struggle to finish it alone. I would suggest you to share with a friend, so that you can leave some stomach space for other different dishes or desserts.

Not only looks cute, it taste good too! Generous serving portion too! I’m impressed as usually theme cafe food looks nice but doesn’t taste nice, however this was beyond my expectations!
The coconut fragrance from the butterfly pea rice, the fried chicken was crispy too. The sambal paired well with the tempura prawns and rice. And yes, the ramen egg was perfect. Not a fan of potato croquette, but it was crispy so I think potato croquette lovers would love it.

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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