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We got the Combo ($115) and upgraded one of the 2 beef burgers to a 🦞 roll (+$15) !
Wise decision!! Cos that was the yummiest of the whole delicious lot 🥰😍

According to 8days, https://www.8days.sg/eatanddrink/restaurantreviews/mad-about-salmon-pink-fish-is-the-healthy-fast-food-joint-for-11550142, apart from their 6 outlets across Norway, this outlet is their 'first overseas outpost'. Pink Fish is focused on sustainability, from their sustainably sourced salmon to their biodegradable cutleries. Naturally, this increases the price of their food. The medium poke bowl I ordered, which came with 100g of salmon, hence came up to $14.90 + $1 to change the rice to quinoa. Other condiments including soy sauce, sriracha, ketchup, and a delicious slightly fishy tasting sambal sauce are provided at the self-service counter as well.

Peruvian Poke Bowl, Medium with Quinoa ($15.90)
This is their limited edition bowl for the month (I heard that their limited edition bowls run across 2 months whereby cod fish was served previously). The selling point for this bowl would be their jalapenos sauce which came in a greenish hue that would made you think it was made out of blended vegetables. Upon tasting it though, both my friend and I were blown away by the flavour. It's a mixture of 6 different ingredients including apple cider, miso and jalapenos, the rest of which is kept secret. Their spiciest sauce to date, I felt that it was just the right amount of spice and it was so good that when the staff kindly offered to refill it, I readily said yes. The chunks of salmon were thick and had a good layer of fat, making it very satisfying to sink my teeth into. Cucumbers, onions and diced carrots made up the rest of the dish and while this may sound bland, the quinoa had some sort of spicy mayo and soya sauce within as well. Just be sure to mix the bowl really well though as the bottom of my bowl was far too saltish due to my ignorance of the generous serving of soya sauce embedded within. Overall, it was surprisingly flavourful and satisfying. If not for the price, I would definitely go for the Large in future.
Price: 6/10
Taste: 8.5/10
Overall: 7/10

Pictures of their menu at: https://www.instagram.com/p/B52XsfUghtr/?igshid=1n55ccy19jg5q

Tried the Original Lobster (~$65) and while it was HUGE. It was cracked nicely so it wasn’t a struggle to eat, which was def a plus 😽 But I thought it was really salty though, or maybe it was just the piece I took!

Ig @goodfomood

After months (and I really mean months) of wanting to eat this (and a 45 min wait later), I finally managed to try the highly raved about Original Lobster Roll (~$40) 🦞 and boy, it was yuMZ.
Think succulent lobster pieces mixed with a bit of mayo, sandwiched in between a buttered grilled roll 🥐 Thought the roll could’ve been buttered more heavily and grilled longer though, as it lacked the buttery-ness of a typical brioche bun.
That being said, THE GARLIC BUTTER SAUCE!!! Perfect ratio of creamy and silky without being too heavy, I finished the whole pot bc it was just that good 👌🏻Fries were crisp and deep fried, though nothing amazing.

Ig @goodfomood

After having Malay food at Penang culture, we look for this ice cream place to cleanse our palette. The location is a bit tricky (just walk towards the end of food corner and you shall find them). The matcha soft serve is nice though not very strong matcha scent coming out.
Note that Burpple deal (1 for 1) includes soft-serve (3 flavours): Hokkaido milk 100%, matcha and strawberry | creme brûlée but not include gelato.

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It is more tender than the pork loin.
Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/07/japan-gourmet-hall-sora-changi-airport.html
Japan Gourmet Hall SORA
Changi Airport Terminal 1
80 Airport Boulevard
Singapore 819642
Tel: +65 6242 9087
Nearest MRT: Changi Airport (EW Line)

Opening Hours:
Daily: 10am - 11pm

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‘Ngo Hiang’ (Five spice pork roll) Penang version: meat (minced pork & prawn) & vegetable rolled in bean curd skin. We enjoy this dish the most compared to the other 2 dishes we have here. It is moist & aromatic. Served with cucumber, fried tofu and 2 types of sauce: sweet chilli and dark sauce.
💰 For Fave first time user, can get $2 off
💸 7% GST and 10% service charge

The dish is decent though not as strong wok hei as some other places. We just wish the portion to match up the price tag. We request no hum and got what we wish. 🤘

Came to check out this place before embarking on a trip as it’s got a raving review on Google and trip advisor.
The broth of Penang Assam laksa contains sardine, ginger flower, laksa leaves, Assam (tamarind), fermented shrimp paste, garlic galangal, turmeric, lemongrass but we still don’t feel that it’s in the same league as the original version we tried just yet 🤓

The Mee sua was soft and very easy to eat. Broth was delightful. But didn’t see any peanuts this time. The seaweed soup was really good. Well seasoned. The other dish in the set was enoki mushrooms.

Oh my the creme brulee exceeded expectations!! It was pretty damn slurpssss 😛 I got this with matcha, but there's fresh milk and strawberry flavour as well!

Frankly, it’s overhyped. Sure it’s nice to dine on the top floor of jewel overlooking the greenery but sadly that the only good thing about dining here.

The food was really so so/sub par. It wasn’t even delicious and tasted like something I could cook at home. For a high price point, I don’t think it’s worth it to dine here.

I’ll give it a pass if I were you.