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Seasonal Otoshi (part from 7 courses omakase).
💕Smoked quail egg with caviar.
💕Potato millefeuille with truffle rugout.
💰$88 ++.
36 Carpenter Street.

Always keeping it fresh with exciting new flavours, the udon eatery has launched 2 new seasonal dishes – Tamoya Mixing Udon and Gyu Mixing Udon.

The other good news is, ALL of the udon and curry don items are priced at $9.80 nett for a limited period starting from 17th – 30th September 2019.

The $9.80 promo is in conjunction with Tamoya Udon Singapore’s 6th anniversary celebrations.

Check out some of their signatures here

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Simple and nourishing, the Sliced Fish Soup ($4.50) here is boosted with the nutritious bittergourd. While it might look like an alarming amount of bittergourd, the clear soup is sweet from lots of fish bones, well-balanced and not bitter at all. Fans of this style of fish soup will not be disappointed with this fresh and comforting rendition. Come early, they sell out fast!
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A lil pricey but perhaps bc it’s crab (done 2 ways - mixed in pasta sauce and soft shell crab). Pretty good, cafe is quiet and relaxing too.

Woah was rly pleasantly surprised I’ve never tried thunder tea KOLO MEE before (mostly w rice) n it was flavourful n did not taste too clean yknow what I mean? But yums I liked it a lot hahaha n felt good eating the veges (at least it makes me feel like I tried to be abit healthy LOL). Good combi

One of the better Thai restaurants specialising in northern Thai cuisines. Deep fried pork belly well done, and kudos to the yummy chilli.

Happy Hump Day! Who is still in holiday mood? 🇸🇬
Revel in Singapore’s world-famous local food at PARKROYAL on Pickering's ‘Loco Local’ dinner buffet.
Take your pick from dishes such as Alaskan King Crab Meat Char Kway Teow, Lobster Roti Jala, Hokkien Noodles served with Baby Lobster, and Steamed Oysters. Lime Restaurant's gastronomic upgrades to our local dishes certainly add a touch of luxe into our nation’s humble hawker culture!
This buffet is available through August 2019 from 6.30pm to 10.30pm, at S$68++. Enjoy 15% off discount with 4 or more paying adults. Get your friends along!
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Doubled boiled crab broth with a huge dried scallop and shredded crab meat. Nothing special though.

The best Chinese hotpot with unparalleled service standards. Tomato soup is a family favorite! Fried food to try: fried mantou and lotus pancake.

To be honest, I was semi-skeptical about Grids & Circles as the menu looks super healthy (yes I have a somewhat unhealthy palate)😛 But since I have been overeating this week and there is a one-for-one deal on Burpple Beyond, why not? The Oyako Pan ($15) exceeded my expectations! Tender and juicy chicken thigh cooked in teriyaki sauce, silky scrambled eggs and Asian salad dressed in kombu mayo are served atop English muffins - the mayo and teriyaki sauce complemented each other and it was surprisingly tasty. For records, Oyako Pan is served with mixed greens as well but I replaced mine with a 2nd serving of chips:P My friend had Salmon Ochasuke ($16) which comprises of a pan-fried salmon fillet on top of rice, white bait, puff rice and cherry tomatoes. You have to pour the bacon genmaicha dashi broth over the rice to complete the porridge. The flavours are clean and subtle, but not bland. The cafe, from its decor to utensils to vibes, is comfortable and relaxing. Not a bad choice if you wish to get away from the crowd for a mental and gastronomical detox.

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Served in a three-tier tingkat, this signature dessert at Un-Yang-Kor-Dai somewhat felt like a Thai version of our local Bubur Cha Cha. With the same dessert base of a warm butterfly pea coconut milk and coconut slices, each tier has a different topping, namely banana, sweet potato and taro.

The topping that stood out was probably the banana as it was of ultimate sweetness, from the banana itself and slightly caramelised, adding an extra sweet brown flavor to the coconut milk as compared to the other two.

One other thing that I enjoyed was the mix of black and white sesame seeds, really fragrant and a hint of nuttiness was evident in the milky dessert.

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