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Pretty pleasantly surprised by East Coast Commune’s hojicha latte. At default, it is done mildly sweet and the hojicha notes were quite pronounced. Could be a bit smoother, but not too bad!

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The brunch menu that is available until 3pm features two new items, one of them being the Chicken and Sourdough Waffle ($19) that has buffalo mozzarella cheese melted on the waffle itself. This dish is served with a Sriracha cream that is served by the side and topped with roasted watermelon and pickled cucumber that helps to add a touch of sweetness, smokiness, and tanginess to the overall flavour.

Available from 11am, the lunch menu has a good variety of dishes from mains to sharing plates. The Kale & Strawberry Salad ($22) was the standout for me, and it has a caramelised goat cheese at the middle to give it a nice smoky and creamy touch while the other accompanying ingredients of almond, tahini, pomegranate, chickpeas, sundried figs and honey emulsion all played a part in balancing the flavours and texture, making this salad a must-try in my recommendations. The other main that we have gotten is the Crab Dashi Linguine ($24) that screams ‘seafoody’ and umami. The eggless linguine is joined by the generous serving of crab meat cooked in a dashi cream and added with pickled kombu in ponzu, edamame, sesame seeds and lemon breadcrumbs. Perhaps a little more lemon zest might help to cut through the richness of this dish, but otherwise this is a hearty and moreish pasta dish.

Lastly, the Granny’s Apple Tart ($12) with vanilla ice cream ($4) was the perfect ending of the meal as the tart is made with an oat crumble with a frangipane crème and apple cubes spiced with cinnamon and cooked in a miso caramel sauce. The addition of the vanilla ice cream rounds off this dessert perfectly.
🍴 East Coast Commune
📍 1000 East Coast Parkway, #01-03, Singapore 449876

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Since 1979, this family-run stall has been serving delicious, succulent barbecue chicken wings.
Their house secret marinade features up to 20 ingredients, including ginger, 5-spice powder, maltose syrup, and Shaoxing cooking wine.
Marinated for up to 2 hours, the chicken is then grilled on an innovative multi-tiered rack that enables low and slow cooking over charcoal.
With a clear sheen and paper-crisp skin, each juicy bite carries a burst of smoky meaty savoury salty spice flavour. Well executed, with a spicy tangy sour sweet dipping sauce of chili and lime juice on the side.
Chicken Wings
Ah Hwee BBQ Chicken Wing & Spring Chicken
@ East Coast Lagoon Food Village, 1220 East Coast Park #01-14
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Always a classic order at a seafood restaurant and a personal fav of mine.

Some places over fry it but they do it just right here!

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Get this!
It’s unique, the garlic and sauce gives it a super nice flavour, and the noodles gives it a different texture as well!

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Decent black pepper crab, but don’t get the Canadian crab - the meat is kinda lean and less juicy.

Dempsey’s branch is better for the atmosphere, but if you’re in this area get the outdoor seating with the sea view!

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If you’re a fan of Thai food, I got a scenic dining spot for you to check out!

Hidden within East Coast Park, @centralthai offers a wide variety of authentic Thai food at affordable prices. The breathtaking sea views coupled with sea breeze exudes a relaxing vibe for one to enjoy a hearty meal with loved ones.

Here’s what we tried:
🍍Pineapple Fried Rice
I like the presentation of this dish! The fluffy rice was fragrant and well-tossed, a classic dish done right!
🐟Steamed Lemon Sea Bass
My must-order dish whenever I visit a Thai restaurant. I love how refreshing and zesty this dish is. So appetising!
🦐Tom Yum Seafood Soup
🦐Prawn Cakes
🍗Thai Spicy Basil Chicken
🥬Sambal Mix Vegetable
🍦Sticky Rice Ice Cream

Time to plan for your next family gathering at @centralthai !

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Amazing BKT at East Coast lagoon. Highly recommend the pork leg! Tender and juicy

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From the kid-friendly Thai Prawn Cake ($9 for 2pcs) to the quintessential Tom Yum Seafood Soup ($18/$25) that comes with a host of ingredients like sliced fish, squid, prawns, and clams, you can expect familiar issan dishes that will appeal to the mass.

If you feel to splurge a little, there is the signature Steamed Seabass with Spicy Lemon Sauce that you can opt for either the Fresh ($34) or Live ($42) fish. Not only will you be getting a whole seabass, but you will also be hit with all the essential Thai flavours of sweet, spicy, savoury and tangy. Perfect with white rice or Pineapple Fried Rice ($14), the Thai Spicy Basil with Minced Chicken ($16/$21) is a popular choice in every Thai food meal. For a balanced meal, we also got the Stir Fry Four Heavenly Kings ($16/$20) of eggplant, petai beans, long beans, and okra in a sambal dried shrimp mixture. There are so many other dishes in the menu that you will be spoilt for choice.
✨ Central Thai
📍 1300 East Coach Park, East Coast Park Area F, Singapore 468964
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The long weekends are a perfect excuse to “live to eat”, at 4pm after lunch and a leisure cycle mum and I found ourselves at St Marc’s that bodes nostalgia. You see I used to frequent the cafe weekly when St Marc’s had an outlet at Raffles City, during my university days.
Today the cold signature vanilla soft serve on a warm Danish pastry drizzled with salted caramel still hits the spot like it did years ago. Some things don’t change and I’m glad this little Mt Fuji is one :)

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Pretty great place when you need something to snack on in the Park. Outdoor seating has fans, the place is quite cosy and tidy. Overall, great!

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