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Ordered this via delivery app. When the food came, still hot! I ordered the followings: chicken porridge, chicken prawn paste chicken skin, fried carrot cake, steam pork belly buns, rice roll with fried fritters and chicken pot stickers. Overall the food is good. I like their porridge Abd rice roll which very nostalgic taste! Will order again from them.

Savoured Brawn & Brains’ latest offerings which had been recently introduced during the Phase 2 (Heightened Alert) period — the Chocolate Babka Loaf being a new item introduced to their menu available only for pre-orders on their website.

Not the first Chocolate Babka I have had — the first being a loaf probably half its size from The Bakehaus (speaking of which, it’s probably time to head down soon for revisit again), and then subsequently a slice from Mad Roasters at Amoy Street Food Centre (they had also recently opened another branch within Kipos Gourmet at their Joo Chiat Road outlet), so I was quite stoked about this one. Slicing it down and one would reveal its interior that is beautifully swirled with chocolate and hazelnuts within, while the bread comes with sugary bits sprinkled over the top — the same ones that adorn their breads like the Korvapuusti (i.e. Finnish Cinnamon Bun) that they have been serving for quite a while now. The bread has a brilliant texture — it’s fluffiness is comparable to an aptly airy sponge cake, though still maintaining its firmness and structural integrity like a proper brioche; not too dense but not too soft or airy either. The beautiful swirls of melted chocolate gives a rich bittersweetness, while the hazelnuts here give a good crunch — the same way like the toasted hazelnuts do for their Dark Chocolate/Earl Grey Croissants.

Whilst being a newly-introduced item, the Chocolate Babka Loaf is one that also evokes familiar vibes of their old favourites, especially with the use of common elements that brings that warm and fuzzy Brawn & Brains feel to the Chocolate Babka Loaf. The Chocolate Babka Loaf costs $16 — good to be shared with amongst a family, but those who are looking for something to have individually, they do also offer a Babka Twist with Dark Chocolate with Hazelnuts that is available for delivery, takeaway or self pick-up without the need to pre-order. Looking forward to the lifting of the Phase 2 (Heightened Alert) measures soon — can’t wait to return to spend my weekends while dining-in here again (whilst adhering to social distancing and other precautions, of course)!

The soup was nourishing and it's no wonder they're famous for their soup. The execution on the meat was textbook. Muscle wasn't as good but u can tell they did their best, the meat was naturally slippery and slightly chewy. Portion was generous too

The gelatinous parts though, utterly amazing. Some parts had a pig trotter texture, while others lean slightly to pig skin.

If you're open minded this is some stellar stuff, think it surpasses my grandma's haha and turned me into a convert

always delicious. anyway it was a takeaway so i reheat it when i got home still tasted fine i guess

My parents was along Geylang around and bought the Abalone Mee Sua for me. The chilli really bring a kick to the dish and it is a very good. Will recommend my friends to come after phase 2

First time trying An La Ghien even though it is relatively near me. Because working from home doesn’t justify me to order lunches that are $10+ 😄 but this place has always been quite crowded during meal times before phase 2 HA and it serves authentic Vietnamese food.. so I have been wanting to try!

Decided to be safe and ordered my typical chicken pho soup order. I thought it was quite funny that they have shredded ginger in the soup!? I don’t usually see ginger in other chicken pho soup I have tried. I also didn’t quite like how the chilli served was the sauce kind instead of chilli padi! IMO chicken pho soup is best eaten with spicy chilli padi :) I also like my pho soup to be more peppery!

Price wise it was $9.9 via grab food (not sure original price if takeaway directly, but I had a grab food voucher hence decided to use it for the order), comparable price to like namnam.

Ordered their Phase 2 takeaway menu: beef yakiniku don ($11.50) and oyako don ($9.50). It's like Japanese zi char by Keisuke - delicious stir-fried meat in amazing sauce served with premium Japanese rice (same rice as their restaurants) and miso egg soup. Very value for money! Worth a try!

Emo Snacks(饿魔小吃)is having a 10% pickup offer this loose CB period (until end June 2021 I think). This mala chicken rice will burn a hole in your belly. 😭 there is no 小辣 option so be warned!!! Make sure to pick-up some bubble tea as well to douse the flames. Everything else here has a spiciness level, even their 卤肉饭! :)) awesome place if you are craving Taiwanese 小吃late at night.

The Skewer Bar is behind some creative dishes on their menu at super worth it prices. This set B ft. unagi, chicken karaage, shiitake mushroom, onsen egg and two chicken yakitori is so well executed and full of umami (~$10). Give their stuffed taupok with cheese a try too!

Been wanting to support The Skewers Bar, and it's always booked out. Support them by checking out their online ordering form (check their ig handle: theskewerbar)

Platter for 2
Braised duck, braised egg, cucumber, fish cake, braised peanuts, 2 packets of rice
Available at @siakeeduckrice

My yellow platter of fried food! 💛🧡Foodpanda tempted me with $5 vouchers (with min $10 purchase), hence I ordered a sinful meal from @collinsgrille.sg (with the voucher and self collect option, it was slightly cheaper than walk in takeaway prices✌🏻)

Crispy ocean fish fillet with Cajun fries, potato gratin and roasted pumpkin! The potato gratin was surprisingly good!! While Cajun fries got too fried and heaty for me after awhile. Roasted pumpkin was so that I don’t look like a noob ordering 3 potato dishes (there is also an aglio olio pasta option but that would have been too much carbs). Got the garlic aioli sauce option and it is the best sauce for the fish and chips!!

Once in a while indulgence meal 🍽️

This very Viet eatery has really outlandish food. I say very Viet because some really seemed direct from Vietnam streets. I don't usually eat cockles but the waitress convinced us the taste isn't as strong. She's right. The flavours came from the garnish. And why the hell is the shell hairy?!