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This was the other dish we tried and enjoyed. Very large in portion (two people can share and probably still have some leftovers), it has the lovely aromatics of a Thai Tom Yum but only a hint of its spiciness. The gravy has a sourish note which entices you to keep sipping, and the seafood tastes fresh as well.
I have not doubt this is going to rapidly become a popular item at the beachside branch of P.S. Cafe.

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Honestly, I think the new “P.S. Cafe by the Sea” does not require any help in being promoted because when I was there in their third day of operations for dinner, the place was so packed the operations manager Alison mentioned they had to turn people away.
P.S. Cafe has always had a winning formula and their latest outlet which happens to be housed within a minimalist but stylish standalone structure right on the East Coast Park, is clearly something everyone who lives in the eastern end of our little red dot, feels the need to have in their lives. And why not? The brand that stands for effortlessly cool, casual space meets extensive menu of well-executed dishes and an on-the-ball team, has always proven to be extremely likeable.
Besides popular favourites (hello famous truffle fries!) and regular items you can find at any P.S. Cafe (like the dessert of Profiteroles), this branch offers a few exclusive seafood-focussed dishes that are definitely worth trying.
The one I highly recommend is the Chorizo & Calamari Stew ($30++). Big enough to be shared by two, it has a very appetising gravy that’s seasoned on point and is chockfull of quality ingredients. The large pieces of squid are cut in a way that keeps them exceedingly tender to the bite. Also in the bowl are chunky slices of BBQ sausage, chorizo, soft-cooked mealy white beans, tomatoes, capsicums and jalapeños. Served on the side are slices of crusty bread (one’s topped with a black olive aioli) and breadsticks to help make sure none of that yummy gravy goes to waste.


I upsized my duck rice and boy was it upsized. It would easily feed two. Shout out to the meat, which was really well done and thick. The delicious sauce was aplenty too.

Despite the stall's name and the photo, there were wantons. The stars however weren't them. The char siew, although looking dry and forgettable, was yummy. The noodles with pretty much only the char siew sauce as seasoning were unique (and sweet).

after a good sweat-it-out. This $5 plate from stall 21 is so sumptuous, and a generous serving I barely finished it. It's prawn mee how I like it - soaking in prawn essence, eggy fragrance, thin beehoon and thick noodles, with fatty pork slices.

Not overly spicy and with a unique fragrance. Very refined bowl of #麻辣烫 #hotpot which is different from the influx of #malaxiangguo. Could do with a bit more sauce to mop up with the crispy dried beancurd skin. #set #peanuts #luncheonmeat

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Tried Pocky X Yakun Kaya (Kaya flavour) a few months ago and loved it. This Pretz X Jumbo (Singapore Exclusive) Chilli crab flavour got us excited and we were not hesitant at all to put them in the shopping basket.🧺
Having said that, we found this flavour quite an oddball. If we did blindfold, we wouldn’t know that it’s a chilli crab flavour. We love Jumbo Seafood signature dish 💯 but it’s quite a push when it comes to biscuit sticks.🤔

Fuss-free mala that you can eat on the go! Loved the lobster roe ball and the beancurd skin roll. I also liked how you can add on as much fried soya beans, chilli powder and spring onions as you want. Worth a try if you are at Jewel.

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With over 40 outlets in China within five years of its establishment, diners can customise their hotpot-in-a-bowl with 45 food items, authentic hotpot base and secret spices.
Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/10/red-lips-jewel-changi-airport-largest.html
Red Lips
Jewel Changi Airport
78 Airport Boulevard
Singapore 819666
Nearest MRT: Changi Airport (EW Line)

Opening Hours:
Sun-Thu: 7am - 12midnight
Fri-Sat, Eve of PH: 7am - 1am

This was tasty especially when eaten with sesame sauce but I found it not spicy enough for my liking (and it shows food is not like what the stall name suggests). I also found this terribly overpriced as this portion cost me ~$12 and it wasn’t filling.

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Been a bugbear for a while on my mind since it's a must try place yet it's so ulu

He will ask you to choose either fat or lean, but do request for a half half

Definitely the best braised pig trotters I've had, it's perfect because it's exactly what im looking for. Super tender meat, soft fats and skin that's so easy to separate, that sublime sticky texture, as well as a savoury sauce. Needless to say i have no complaints at all. Only come here if you've promised yourself that possibly every braised pig Trotter you're ever gonna have from here on out is gonna be a found wanting

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Treat your kids to a day out in the sun at East Coast Park. Expect an impeccable view of the seaside and a kid-safe plunge pool — they even have a shower area just round the corner! Their kids menu includes yummy options like the Cheese Quesadilla ($9) and Mac and Cheese ($9), served with sides of chicken nuggets, fries and juice. Folks, go for the foolproof Hawaiian Pizza ($18), the Spicy Seafood Pizza ($22) or the Seared Cajun Salmon ($25).
Photo by Burppler Jayden Ng

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