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Guess sea salt Hojicha must have been a popular flavour as it is running out in the afternoon. We go for 2 cups: “Strawberry Basil” | “Lychee Raspberry” ($4.70 each). The lychee raspberry is too milky to our liking with the overpowering lychee flavour. The strawberry basil flares better with a refreshing aftertaste! 👌🍧

Tried the Brown Sugar Deerioca Milk Tea from The Alley Singapore recently and you could say it was right up my alley (pun intended).

The brown sugar flavour here is more subtle as compared to others that i’ve tried, but it is still enjoyable and you don’t feel very jelak after finishing the drink. I’ll be back to try other drinks from their menu.

Don’t worry about the lack of truffle mayo on your fries; they were pretty generous with it. Their sundae was also surprisingly chocolatey which we didn’t expect as we thought it would be a faint chocolate flavor but we couldn’t be more wrong. Try all of them before they become out of stock!

Belgian Chocolate Sundae SGD2.50
Malty Float “Gao” Medium SGD3.20
Truffle Mayo Fries SGD2.90
Teh Tarik Pie SGD1.20 #burgerkingsg

Lost of chicken! Chicken is freshly fried and has super crispy skin on the outside. Curry is also vey good. Thick and nice.

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Will it be
1️⃣ Double chocolate soft serve ice cream to soothe your dessert craving soul; or 🍫
2️⃣ Dark chocolate cake that is bitter, rich and extra indulgent? 🥧
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My fickle-minded tummy has been nicely satisfied by both options at Chocolate Origin (@chocolateorigin). Will be back for the lava cake next, just wait for me. 🤗
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📍78 Airport Boulevard
Jewel
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Joined the queue for Shake Shack yesterday to give their burgers, cheese fries and milkshake a try. I wouldn't say I would do a 1 hour 40min wait on anything but there was not any regrets being there after tasting their burgers. While the ShackBurger is the more standard fare there being a Cheeseburger with lettuce, tomato and ShackSauce in between potato buns, the SmokeShack was the true stunner with its smoky Applewood-smoked bacon and spicy chopped cherry pepper that gave the well-sized and well-proportioned burger more flavour. The Cheese Fries are as awesome; crinkle-cut fries drenched in a slightly stringy cheese dip that isn't nacho cheese sauce-esque heavy, while the Vanilla milkshake was smooth and dense without being extra frothy nor being too sweet. Would certainly go for it again, but perhaps when the queue dies down a little.

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The roasted Soba was the first thing I smelled. The latte was a bit sweet and quite milky but every sip was filled with the nutty Soba aroma. I really really liked this.

Bitter chocolate cake with raspberry jam and matcha mascarpone cream. The chocolate cake had a nice chocolate taste but it wasn’t as bitter as I expected. Matcha cream was lovely. It had a clean grassy fragrance and was light and creamy at the same time. Raspberry jam brightened up the whole slice and prevented it from being too heavy. But alas, there were bits of seeds inside that I didn’t enjoy. 3 distinct flavors in one little slice.

Had to try the nitro green tea latte cos it’s one of the specials that you can only find in Jewel. It tastes exactly like the green tea frap but much more smoother. You can accumulate starbucks rewards points here in Jewel but can’t use your points for the exclusive specials.

Tsuta (@tsutasingapore) has been on my food radar for a long time and I was finally able to to remove this from my checklist after Tsuta opened its second Singapore outlet at Jewel Changi Airport (@jewelchangiairport).
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The signature Shoyu Ramen ($15) was topped with truffle puree, and I'm not too sure if it's a gimmick or if it's similar to the original shop in Japan, but it pleasantly added a very subtle umami and earthy fragrance that perfumes throughout the broth, without overpowering the other ingredients. This delicate balance was nicely executed, and the overall taste was light and yet flavourful. If you're used to the stronger tonkotsu broth at other Ramen establishments (think Ichiran or Ippudo), you may find this an acquired taste at the start. But after a few mouthfuls, I began to fall in love with this and I'm sure you will too.
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The noodles were also quite different from the Ramen at other shops. Here, it was really smooth, springy and yet firm. I wished I had ordefed an extra serving of the noodles (40g at $1) which can only be selected when you first place your order with the server. 🍜
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📍78 Airport Boulevard
Jewel
# 02-242

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