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Ended our meal at Shang Social with the Chilled Wolfberry Osmanthus Layer Jelly with Coconut 椰汁桂花冻糕 ($6/3 pcs) Though Osmanthus jelly desserts at Chinese restaurants are usually exorbitantly priced, I just can't resist getting them cos they're always very refreshing to end the meal with!

And indeed this one was! The osmanthus jelly was pleasantly sweet and had the most lovely floral aroma. While it could probably stand alone as a dessert, I loved that Shang Social paired it with a layer of creamy coconut jelly which went really well with the fragrant osmanthus jelly.

Wouldn't hesitate to get this again the next time I'm at Shang Social! And I'll definitely be back! 🧡

You won't go mad over them, but they're also not run-of-the-mill chiffon cakes. The best way to describe them is they don't elicit emotions.

🤔 I’ve no clue but what I know is that if you LOVE otah, you’d certainly find this burger delightful! 😻 The gigantic otah patty lying comfortably below the egg has a nice crispy layer to it and plenty of the otah flavour you desire! 😙 Do note the portion is pretty massive for a normal eater (I didn’t manage to finish the fries 🍟) perhaps it’d be a good idea for you to share this with a friend! 😌

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Mango purée,mangoes, meringue and freshly whipped vanilla cream. That’s if you still have space for desserts after the lobster and fries.

I don’t say this about gelato a lot but this is great. I got the white chrysanthemum & Pear gelato with their thyme waffle cone.👍🏼
Unique flavours that were true to description, clean, light & not too sweet. Would DEFintely reccommend getting it with the cone as well. ☺️🍦 ~$5.50 per scoop ~$7.80 for 2, $1 for thyme waffle cone
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I loved the Shack Stack ($14.30), but was it really the "best of both worlds"?

One cannot deny that the pillowy potato buns and Angus beef patty were excellent in their own right, but they were no match for the juicy fried portobello mushroom.

Get the 'Shroom Burger ($10.80) so that you can, even if only for a moment, slip into molten cheese-induced ecstasy. Vegetables reign supreme after all.

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1st ever International outlet in Jewel Changi Airport offers an extensive range
of menu items that tantalises the taste buds!
@pinkfishsg offers a great range of menu items which are carefully crafted to delight the taste
buds with every bite. Regardless of their mood and craving for the day, Pink Fish will execute one and every dish meticulously to suit their customer's appetite.
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Headed by Chef Geir Skeie @geirskeie , winner of Bocuse d'Or World 2009, the fast-casual food concept
features a menu inspired by his travels around the world, with flavours from countries such as
India, Hawaii and Spain being injected into the hero-protein and the star of the menu: fresh,
Norwegian salmon.
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At Jewel Changi Airport, Pink Fish presents its original menu with the following categories:
Salads & Wraps
Burgers
Soups
Raw
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The menu allows customers to customise their
portion of salmon for Salads & Wraps, Soups and Raw, ranging from:
Nibbles (50g)
Hungry (100g)
Starving (150g)
Burgers each come with a generous weigh of 110g serving of Salmon.
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Customers will also get to pick from a range of sides to complement their dishes. There will
also be a “Catch of the Month”, where different seafood items will be showcased, based on
the season and Chef Geir’s inspirations.
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Featuring a few dishes that I have tried:
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| Juicy Texan Salmon Burger with Coleslaw and Slathered with BBQ Sauce |
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| Japanese Sashimi Salad w/ Fresh Salmon Cubes, Yuzu, Miso, Edamame & Marinated Rice |
<> European Salad <>
| Cool Norwegian Sashimi Salad w/ Fresh Salmon Cubes, Apple
Ponzu Sauce, Beets & Fennel |

The mega size is the smallest cup you can get to mix two flavours. We got cheese and sour cream! I really liked the sour cream! Tried a sample of the Japanese sweet corn flavour, which was a yummy mix of sweet and salty. That’s the flavour I’m getting next!

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A tart tasting dessert which doesn’t have much Matcha fragrance to it as it’s mainly filled with raspberry. I usually don’t fancy meringue but this Sakura meringue has light tasting Sakura flavour to it which gives a slight special touch to the dessert. Similar to their Matcha Mont Blanc, eating it would be messy as the tart is hard to separate into smaller pieces with a fork. Gave up eating half way through..😔

Jewel Changi Airport
78 Airport Boulevard
#01-223 to 225
Singapore 819666

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It cost 20 pounds, pretty pricey for a student but it was one of the best things that I’ve had at that time.

Fast forward to 2019 and their outlet at Jewel is opening this Thursday. Thankfully, the years have done nothing to their quality as their lobster rolls are everything I remembered it to be.

Live lobsters are flown in bi-weekly from Nova Scotia and their freshness is super evident. Tossed with Japanese mayo and chives, the lobsters rolls ($40) come in a toasted brioche bun along with a side of clarified butter. Texturally I loved the fluffiness of the brioche contrasted with the bite of the lobster. The warmth bread and cold filling also took it the experience to another level.

Bold statement: Probably one of, if not the best lobster rolls in the country right not. If I’d had to queue for something at Jewel, it would be this 10/10 times.

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