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Got my bread fix for the rest of #circuitbreakersg ✨💕 found this quaint bakery near my hood. Was trying to make sourdough for 2 weeks and gave up🤭😂 hence hunted down this sourdough-specialised bakery which surprisingly has a large range of choices of its small shop size 🥰 best of all their bakes changes every week with weekend specials✨
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What I got:
1️⃣ purple wheat sourdough with candied orange ($12) 🍞
2️⃣traditional baguette ($3.50) 🥖
3️⃣bundle C - 2x croissants and 2x pain Au Chocolat ($13) 🥐
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I wanted to get more off the shelves but omg I cant finish!😂 definitely gonna start chasing their weekly bakes at least once a month🤩 and I love that the sizes are huge hence considered pretty affordable for the high quality artisan standard of pastries👍✨ highly recommended to pre-order their specials! Stay safe and nom on till the end💪
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It is typically filled w pork & gelatin that melts into soup/liquid when cooked.
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Handmade noodle w seafood broth.
Love the handmade noodle.
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Braised Ee Fu noodles.
A common noodle found in Dim Sum restaurants & some Tze Char eateries.
Love the crunchiness of the bean sprouts & the straw mushrooms.
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Ordered the signature afternoon tea set ($55)! It’s better value for money than ordering alacarte, although I wouldn’t typically have chosen some of the items included. It comprises savoury items like mee suah kueh, siew mai, chee cheong fan and beancurd roll; as well as sweet items like liu shao bao, egg tart, sweet potato ball and red bean pancake - among many others! The set is quite extensive and good for 4 small eaters. However, I’ll be upfront and say that this is better left til restrictions are lifted and dining-in resumes - some items were greasy and soggy in a way that not even reheating could salvage, which is a real pity.

T R E A T
Having salivated over @szeliang888’s multiple Instagram Stories whenever he posted about his favourite biryani place - @mrbiryanisg, I gleefully accepted his offer of a treat from there.
And now it’s crystal clear to me why he is a big fan. Everything in the spread of food he ordered was in-your-face delicious.
Take your regular biryani and amplify it, and you’ll get an idea of what #mrbiryanisg’s is like. If I thought their Chicken Biryani was a joy to eat, their vegetarian Green Brinjal #Biryani was the real shocker. Unbelievably tasty, the spice-rich basmati rice had whole mini, plump eggplants from Thailand buried in there, lying in wait to send every one of us to gastronomic heaven with their squishy-softness.
All the dishes seem to possess an intensity in aroma and flavour I hadn’t encountered in a long time. And a few were total mindblowers.
For eg. I don’t usually order Palak Paneer when I dine at an Indian restaurant but I would definitely make an exception for Mr. Biryani’s. Theirs is not “jelak” at all. And those cubes of cottage cheese did such an uncanny impersonation of chicken meat @huatkaliao and his brother were convinced it was poultry 😂😂
Also beautifully balanced was the
Butter Chicken. Many places do versions that veer into “just-too-much” territory but not these guys. They were right on the button.
The Bhindi Marsala was another dish that fell into my “one-of-the-best-I’ve-eaten” category. It enthralled with its mix of spices and oiliness. I know the naysayers will whine about it not being healthy but the liberal use of oil is partly the reason why the food is so darn flavourful.
An exception would be the grilled Tandoori Chicken which was smoky, tender and moist within. I contemplated for a couple of seconds before abandoning my cutlery to eat it with fingers. It was so good.
@szeliang888, thank you again for opening my eyes (and appetite) to the wonders of this restaurant! My family is also won over. So henceforth, no prizes for guessing where we’ll order from when the dum biryani craving hits.

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Order through https://order.mrbiryanisg.com/ 😍 #FindNewFood
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Dim Sum Party A ($59.00)

叉烧酥 (Baked BBQ Pork Pastry)
was quite sweet paste and oily- based pastry.

豆腐虾卷 (Beancurd Prawn Roll)

萝卜糕 (Carrot Cake) was quite salty aftertaste and oily-based pastry.

炸云吞 (Fried Wanton)

春卷 (Spring Roll) was quite salty aftertaste and oily-based pastry.

Swee Choon Mee-Suah Kueh (面线果) was under in-house dim sum product and quite full after eating 1 piece.

Sichuan Chilli Oil Wanton (红油抄手)

豆沙锅饼 (Red Bean Paste Pancake) was quite sweet paste and oily- based pastry.

Swee Choon Steamed Chicken w/Egg (鸡汁)

Add-on:
Congee with Minced Pork & Century Egg (皮蛋粥) ($4.00) was quite smooth texture with rice and complemented well minced pork and century egg

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Miss those days where we wake up to meet our family or friends for brunch or pop by to late night for dim sum... Please give me those days again...
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So good. What really stood out were the coconut fragrance and the gula melaka. Some may find the latter too sweet, but I have a sweet tooth.

Everything was too salty for me - adding the accompanying sauces just makes it even saltier. It doesn’t help that the food was cold when it arrived (I stay 12km away so I understand) but I will not go back after the circuit breaker ends because the food is not to my taste.

Everything seemed to have been coated with a similar tasting indian-esque too salty spiced rub - even the cauliflower on its own (without the sauce) is salty. Thus all the dishes do taste similar. One of my most disappointing eats recently.

I’ll just stick to their cheeseburger from now on.

Biryani. The good folks at Mr. Biryani has put together two different set packages, in addition to their ala carte menu items; for takeaways and deliveries that you can enjoy at the comfort of your own home. Pictured is the Package A ($60 nett, inclusive of delivery fee) which is good for 2-4 pax. You get a selection of a starter, two biryani, two dishes and two naans which we chose the gobi Manchurian, Hyderabad chicken dhum biryani, boneless mutton biryani, butter chicken masala, paneer butter masala, garlic and butter naan respectively. Trust me when I say this, the amount of food will definitely fill you up. Even though there are some type of food that is not suitable for delivery as the taste might be compromised, you can rest assure that the biryani that we have gotten is still top notch and the perfumed spices, as you open up the boxes, will instantly fill the dining table. If you have seen my previous reviews of Mr. Biryani, you would have already guessed that it’s one of my top biryani spots and it still stays that way till today. If you prefer to order the ala carte items, do note that there is a $10 delivery fee is your orders fall below $60.
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📍Mr. Biryani
32 Norris Road, Singapore 208274

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The good folks at Mr. Biryani has put together two different set packages, in addition to their ala carte menu items; for takeaways and deliveries that you can enjoy at the comfort of your own home. Pictured is the Package A ($60 nett, inclusive of delivery fee) which is good for 2-4 pax. You get a selection of a starter, two biryani, two dishes and two naans which we chose the gobi Manchurian, Hyderabad chicken dhum biryani, boneless mutton biryani, butter chicken masala, paneer butter masala, garlic and butter naan respectively. Trust me when I say this, the amount of food will definitely fill you up. Even though there are some type of food that is not suitable for delivery as the taste might be compromised, you can rest assure that the biryani that we have gotten is still top notch and the perfumed spices, as you open up the boxes, will instantly fill the dining table. If you have seen my previous reviews of Mr. Biryani, you would have already guessed that it’s one of my top biryani spots and it still stays that way till today. If you prefer to order the ala carte items, do note that there is a $10 delivery fee is your orders fall below $60.
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📍Mr. Biryani
32 Norris Road, Singapore 208274

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