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Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Clementi, Singapore.

$10 bbq sambal stingray

Very fresh, meat slide off its “bones” with ease

Taste very fresh, not “sticky” at all. And no fishy taste.

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My go to place whenever I’m free for on a weekday lunch + craving some good ol army stew! Love that the army stew is so customizable in every single aspect! 😍😍 (Other than Yoogane’s weekday lunch promo that comes with a free cheese ring but less variety of ingredients) The spiciness ranges from non-spicy to mild/normal/intense spiciness using different combinations of sauces 🌶🌶 There is definitely a good range of fresh ingredients (cabbage, beansprouts, mushrooms, bean curd skin, tofu, spicy chicken, normal chicken, luncheon meat, sausage, clams, sweet potato noodles, vermicelli), many many types of tteokbokki (sweet potato-filled, cheese-filled, normal in different shapes and sizes, potato gnocchi) and of course ramen! Basically everything that you might ever see in an army stew was available and the quantity of each highly customizable! 🎉🎉 Also, loved that there was cooked food on the side while waiting for the stew to boil, like fried gimbal, fried dumplings, fried fish cake, fried chicken (only the fried chicken and maybe dumplings were decent, most of the fried food was cold sadly) and eomuk/odeng (good thought but it was pretty plain, skip this or soak it in the army stew for more flavour). The time limit is strict at 60 min for students and 90 min for adults during weekday lunches, so plan you time strategically! Leave 10-15 min at the end to evaporate out the sauce and cook your own kimchi fried rice 🤤🤤 The rice really soaks up the sauce and was pretty delicious being fried up with luncheon meat, corn, kimchi and seaweed! A really worth it meal and definitely would recommend if you’re near Clementi/Suntec on a weekday lunch and craving some hot stew 😋😋

Tucked away in quiet Sunset Way, this quaint French bistro serves home-style comfort fare. The menu may be small, but the quality of the dishes make up for it. Order the wonderfully moist Roast Chicken ($32, half portion), marinated with a fragrant herb butter and roasted to golden brown perfection, and end your meal with the velvety Dark Chocolate Tart with Cream ($8). Trust us, it's worth saving tummy space for.
Photo by Burppler Muriel AvdH

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Hands down the BEST olive fried rice in Singapore!! Going at only $5/plate!!

One of the better few we've had! Better still, from a coffee shop! Reasonably priced as well!! (:

This is so sooooo good! Head over to get your hands on this!!
From the thai cuisine! (:

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Ordered the Pork Shabu with red broth - as someone who isn’t good at taking spice, the spice level for this bowl of ramen was just nice for me so I was able to enjoy it! (I had wanted a soup base that was stronger in flavour yet not too spicy). Of course, for people who like their soup base spicy, you will find that this does not provide sufficient kick so you can go for the extra spicy broth instead! The pork slices and Hanjuku egg were nice enough and noodles was also firm to the bite. Overall, a decent bowl of ramen.

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Still not too late to indulge in some CNY festive flavours with a slice of Prosperity Smoked Salmon Pizza for a year of abundance ahead! Featuring smoked salmon slices, avocado, tomatoes on a yogurt cream cheese base, I do enjoy the latter which was tangy and slightly creamy, a great change from the usual tomato sauce base! A uniquely Singaporean flavour, the kind of the fruits and Singapore’s national breakfast staple that have combined into one, a slice of this comes with a bite of sweet, juicy corn and mozzarella cheese. Great for fans of durian as the characteristic pungent notes of it was really prominent here in both scent and sense🤭 while the luscious, creamy spread of Kaya provided a tinge of coconut-alike sweetness. Personally not a fan of these 2 flavours, still missing the Christmas festive flavours and the truffle mushroom pizza PLEASE BE BACK! 🙏🏻🙏🏻 .
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Thanks @brandcellar for hosting and @tylomere for extending the invite! [PS: These 2 festive flavours are only available while stocks last, for a limited time! 💥] .
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Quattro formaggi pizza ($23) was crisp and more-ish. Ravioli in cream sauce also delicious, gone within seconds. House pour Chardonnay matched well with the food. Service attentive and welcoming. Relaxed and unpretentious ambience. Would definitely return.

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Egg Stop serves up wonderfully hearty egg sandwiches that are in essence, Korean Gilgeori toasts with familiar Western flavours such as their Avocado and Egg sandwich ($7.90). I had their Smoked Chicken sandwich ($5.50), a beautifully buttered toast filled with fluffy scrambled eggs, pulled smoked chicken and Sriracha mayonnaise. The bread was nicely toasted with a simple crisp in the bite and soft throughout. Sweetness from the chicken, a subtle spice from the Sriracha mayonnaise and the creaminess of the scrambled egg all played together harmoniously to create a comforting and all-in-all delicious egg sandwich.

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