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Fluff Stack serves up soufflé pancake stacks that are just too pretty to eat. Sadly, the strawberry cheese combination did not work as well as we would have liked. The soufflé pancakes were light and pillowy, but we felt the toppings were kinda lacklustre.

Overall, it was still a decent dessert option (for me at least) to satisfy any sweet tooth cravings. Given we did not have to wait long and there’s no GST or Service Charge, i might revisit again to try their other offerings.

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| T A S T I N G |
| ~ $10 (after @burpple 1 for 1)|
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Visited @pastasupremosg at @sunteccity , started by the same folks behind @thesaltedplumsg ☺️✨ they serve unique innovative pasta creations and offers build-your-own pasta bowls as well❤️
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⭐️⭐️Chicken rice pasta ($16) 🆕
⭐️⭐️⭐️prawn olio olio ($18)
⭐️supremo porky marinara ($14)
⭐️truffle cream ($19)🆕
⭐️⭐️⭐️Bak Kwa bread ($5)
⭐️⭐️⭐️ spiced supremo chicken skin ($6)
⭐️spicy pork belly ($4) ...
Their prawn olio olio is a winner with their use of mala and Chinese sausage👍 the chicken rice pasta is a potential highlight, if the pasta can integrate better with the chicken rice flavors in the ingredients and sauce yums! - so closeeeee💪 I love their Bak Kwa bread!! It’s like the pork floss bread from breaktalk🤗 the spiced chicken skin is just snack goodness🔥 especially with them being on @burpple ❤️ it’s not a bad lunch/dinner spot if ya around the area😊 ...
thanks @stellarfooddiary for extending the invite, ya the best🤩 thank you Victoria from @pastasupremosg for hosting❤️✨nice to meet you all~ @leptonyxscript and @spikykevin 😬
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❗️and dear pals who managed to read this to the end: Get 10% off if you quote when you dine at #pastasupremosg ❗️
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Decor was really clean and fits the theme of recess time with benches that reminded me of school canteen. Food was affordable and really tasty! Bonus: Playing with some old school games from your childhood while waiting for food was really nostalgic and amazing experience

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Absolutely love this place! Good old Singaporean dishes. Food was served hot and promptly after we ordered. There were even old sch games around for us to play. If you are looking for affordable options in the Esplanade area, this is a great hideout!

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Oolong Boba Soufflé Pancakes - $9.80
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Stack of soufflé pancakes that still wiggles. Topped with gula melaka boba and drizzled with oolong creme anglaise. The oolong creme flavour is mild, overall lacks the sweetness I’m looking for in my desserts. Can consider other flavours such as those with fruits the next visit
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Fluff Stack
@fluffstack

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Probably not the most photogenic of choice but Fluff Stack’s Strawberry Cheese Soufflé Pancakes ($12.80) was very much like a deconstructed strawberry cheesecake in my opinion. Layered on with fresh sliced strawberries, vibrant strawberry coulis and an airy cap of cream cheese; the double stack was sufficiently soft, slightly spongy and pillowy. Fairly eggy on its own but the tang from the coulis and the savouriness of the light, almost melt-in-your-mouth cheese foam did manage to balance the flavours - not one element overpowering another when you have them together. Thus, overall, a decent dessert spot with a reasonable waiting time of approximately 15 minutes when we dined on a late Thursday afternoon.

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The haze is slowly turning Singapore into Silent Hill but hey, that just means we’re a step closer to global warming if everyone doesn’t get their shit together and start saving this god-forsaken planet. Also, pasta.
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📍THE PLACE
Situated somewhere far and deep within the labyrinth of a mall that is Suntec City, charming, pastel colour scheme and marble tabletops.
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🍽 THE FOOD
1️⃣ Supreme Porky Marinara ($14) - simple and hearty marinara, served with scrumptious meatballs stuffed with water chestnuts, pork croutons, house pork belly and grana padano
2️⃣ Prawn Olio Olio ($18) - subtle smokiness lent by the sichuan garlic oil plays with the garlic prawns and lap cheong crumble for an umami-rich dish
3️⃣ Spiced Supreme Chicken Skins ($6) - fried chicken skins are the single best beer snack, change my mind
4️⃣ Bak Kwa Jam on Bread ($5) - meme supreme
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🤔 THE VERDICT
One of the better midrange pasta joints on the island, albeit non-traditional. Don’t leave without getting their chicken skins.

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Review of the new Kai Duck restaurant at Takashimaya. Understated, casual but chic atmosphere. The long menu scores high on innovation, with lots of creative dishes or classic ones with a new touch. Unfortunately- and this may be teething issue only - execution can be improved: the duck tongues are too soft, the poached rice a bit too bland, the chilled black fungus a bit too salty, the roasted duck is less good than at ImpTreas or Crystal Jade, etc. The high-on-innovation/average-on-execution comment also applies to the staff uniform: unusual but highly unlikely to win any fashion award.

Review of the new Kai Duck restaurant at Takashimaya. Understated, casual but chic atmosphere. The long menu scores high on innovation, with lots of creative dishes or classic ones with a new touch. Unfortunately- and this may be teething issue only - execution can be improved: the duck tongues are too soft, the poached rice a bit too bland, the chilled black fungus a bit too salty, the roasted duck is less good than at ImpTreas or Crystal Jade, etc. The high-on-innovation/average-on-execution comment also applies to the staff uniform: unusual but highly unlikely to win any fashion award.

Review of the new Kai Duck restaurant at Takashimaya. Understated, casual but chic atmosphere. The long menu scores high on innovation, with lots of creative dishes or classic ones with a new touch. Unfortunately- and this may be teething issue only - execution can be improved: the duck tongues are too soft, the poached rice a bit too bland, the chilled black fungus a bit too salty, the roasted duck is less good than at ImpTreas or Crystal Jade, etc. The high-on-innovation/average-on-execution comment also applies to the staff uniform: unusual but highly unlikely to win any fashion award.