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ordered the pork belly and salmon donburi. portion was rather little and taste wise it's okay i guess

Their wanton mee is v nice! It’s thin & very springy, coated in a light sauce (I think it might be sesame oil + their charsiew sauce?). V similar to feifei roasted noodles @ yuhua (my fav!). But I did feel like there was a slight alkaline taste.

Wantons had quite a decent amount of meat filling, liked that they used water chestnuts so there was the cronch element.

The charsiew is really good - it’s tender and juicy, there’s a nice mix of fatty + lean parts, and the ends have a nice slight char so those parts are crisp. It is feels “cleaner” and not as sinful compared to other charsiews out there, but still v delicious so I liked it a lot!

They’re closing on 15 June because the owner wants to take a rest! We actually queued almost 3 hours for this on sat. It’s a v nice satisfying meal, glad we tried it before it closed, since it’s been on my wishlist since 2 years ago hahaha

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Been hearing good reviews about this place, and finally visited them at Chinatown Complex.

The peanut paste was really fragrant, and makes you go for more with every spoonful. The sesame however was more muted in flavour - felt slightly more watery and it wasn't as nutty or strong as I'd have liked it to be.

Still a pretty good dessert, and I'd love to try their walnut paste next.

These Gruyère Cheese & Scallion Scones were so very impressive! They had crusty tops while retaining an amazing fluffy centre, with a lingering savoury aroma when warmed up. 10/10 would get these again!

You can also add on your order with Vanilla Chantilly Cream ($2 for 2oz), Plum Jam ($3 for 2oz) and Butter ($1.50 for 2oz).

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Was so worth the wait - finally had the chance to try these highly raved bakes from Burnt Ends! Donuts were super pillow soft and very generously stuffed. Just look at the amount of filling in one piece! We had the mixed box of Nutella, Vanilla Cream and Passionfruit. Favourite was the tangy Passionfruit, while Nutella’s for you if you are looking for something very rich. Vanilla Cream was one that’s more mild and less sweet.

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Seng Kee is probably the most famous steamed fish head in hot sauce merchant in Chinatown Complex, and with very good reasons. Firstly, this titanic fish head is fifteen bucks nett. Secondly, it’s incredibly fresh, and the sauce it’s been steamed in is decently delicious. ⠀

The sauce seems to be soya sauce & fermented bean paste blended together into a watery yet savoury sauce, combined with a generous helping of garlic and just a smattering of chili. The flavour profile is definitely deeply umami, with just a little hint of spice & a little appetising sweetness. The hot sauce ain’t quite so hot, but it’s stunningly sapid. ⠀

Combined with the fresh, firm & flaky fish which is probably batang (Spanish Mackerel), this is a fabulous investment at just $15. While it won’t go to the moon like Doge, the sensational flavours will send you over the moon.

Mao Shan Wang croissants = heavenly mix of durian + cheese + buttery croissant and mine had a crisp maple bacon on top too. Very light and decadent, what a unique way to capture the king of all fruits

Worth every bite and every calorie! A box of 10 goes for $45, with delivery being $8.

You might know of wine pairings during fine dining meals or even with foods like pastas and steaks, but how about pairing your Shake Shack with a bottle of red wine? Most people usually order the shakes, frozen custard, beers, carbonated drinks or fruit teas when having their burgers and fries, but do you know that Shake Shack actually serves a Shack White and Shack Red in their menu? The Shack Red (6oz. $12, 25oz. $45) is produced in Lafage, France and during the fermentation process, it results in a deep red colour with a spiced flavour profile. The recommended pairing for the Shack Red will be the ShackBurger, SmokeShack or the Chick’n Bites which contain proteins that complements the richness of the wine.
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✨ Shake Shack Singapore
📍 89 Neil Road, Unit 01-01, Singapore 088849
🌐 https://www.shakeshack.com.sg/
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The streets of Keong Saik are littered with rows of good food and this bistro bar is no exception! Specialising in Asian-fusion and modern European dishes, head to this dual-concept restaurant for their Angel's Open Face Taco ($16) and Chicken Bolognese ‘Thai Style” ($16), which sees al dente spaghetti tossed with spicy minced chicken and Thai basil topped with 63-degree egg. Don't miss out on their Guinness Braised Baby Pork Back Ribs ($32) served with potato fondant and coated in a 5 pepper crust.

*Eligible for takeaway till 30 June 2021.

Cute and quaint bakery with unique and pretty pastries!!! They have local flavours such as ondeh ondeh cakes and interestingly flavoured croissants. We didn't end up getting any as we were too full. So we got the teh susu and lime tea instead. The teh susu was rly good for a teh susu but nothing can beat a solid teh bing.

The lime tea is a heavy tea with just a hint of lime in the aftertaste. I really liked it. The bakery does not add sugar syrup so if you like your drinks slightly sweeter, you’ll have to ask!

This cold brew is double filtered, extra clean, and brewed in small batches for optimal quality control. I personally found this brew not milky or creamy enough - the taste of espresso was quite sharp, waaay towards the acidic side. Probably wouldn’t get it again as my type of cold brew whites tend to be milkier and less acidic.