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Fun Toast at Marina One has an opening promo and this now costs only $5, really enjoyed it because the portions were big and the food was actually tasty and not too salty. Who knew that soy sauce could go so well with the cheecheongfun 😋

Amazing omakase dinner by Chef Khor. The tuna shows a gradient colour that demonstrates the different fat content throughout the slice (imagine how big the fish must’ve been!). Rolling up the tuna, with a little of freshly ground wasabi and soy sauce, the fish just melts nicely in your mouth.

Of course we couldn’t leave without giving their pizzas a try! They’ve quite a nice range here from lamb to seafood and the classics but it’s rather pricey. Went with Funghi for something simpler and it was pretty nice. We liked the mix of cheeses used here of creamy buricotta and milky mozzarella with the earthy mushroom toppings. Pizza crust was done well with a chewy crunch!

This burger is true to American sized portions so it’s recommended that you come reallllly hungry! Wagyu beef patty was nicely done but the blue cheese got abit too much after awhile though. Fries were also pretty addictive!

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Taking over the space of Pizzeria Mozza, Nostra Cucina also serves up an Italian range! Unlike the previous tenant though, you get to order both pastas and pizzas no matter which side of the restaurant your table’s at. Went for their casarecce based on our server’s recommendation for a non-tomato based pasta and was pleasantly surprised! Would definitely have been much happier with a bigger portion for its price tag, but we enjoyed the toss of bacon, garlic, broccolini, scallion and chickpeas with complimentary freshly grated parmesan in this slightly creamy savoury base. The casarecee were al dente and held the sauce nicely!

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Food was very average
Nothing to wow about, except the view perhaps?

Post renovation, the Rasapura Masters food court at MBS has not only a few new stalls in their line-up but it seems like the existing ones have taken the opportunity to tweak their offerings as well.
The popular “yong tau fu” stall which is situated at the same spot as before, now looks a lot smaller (it use to have quite a wide frontage). I feel that the variety of ingredients has shrunk a bit too but is still decent. What’s interesting is they now offer “Ma La” soup as an option (and before you ask, they don’t do a dry version of it unfortunately). I decided to give it a try and found it alright. As expected, it was a little oily and salty but not too spicy (lying somewhere between 小辣 and 中辣). After all, it is a soup and needs to be drinkable. However, if you react easily to the heat of chillies, try to avoid inhaling sharply or talking too much when sipping. The oil of the “Ma La” might trigger a coughing fit.

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Worst salad ever, dry chicken, raw kale (just like those you buy from coldstorage and toss it directly into the bowl).

From left to right:
The Cookie Shake - if you love cookies, this one is for you, topped with an ice cream (cookie) sandwich!
Sweet ‘N Salty - peanut butter lovers, this milkshake is calling your name! With M&Ms and Reese’s cups!
The Brooklyn Blackout - overloaded with chocolate chips with two pieces of chocolate cake

Price: $20+

It is definitely Instagram worthy but I was literally drinking sugar 😅 worth trying once in your lifetime! YOLO!

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Dropped by the food court at Marina Bay Sands for the first time since the renovation. And it looks like there is a new layout there with smaller-sized stalls packed tightly together. The positive outcome about that is they managed to squeeze in a few new stalls. These include a Hainanese chicken rice, a Peranakan food specialist and this Shanghainese cuisine one. I guess for a food court, the quality and taste of their dumplings were acceptable. Nothing to write home about but at least we finished what we ordered and it was kind of fun to watch them being cooked.

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For $2.80..this is an interesting rendition of chee cheong fan. Like a combination of longing + chee cheong fan..goes well with a dollop of their sambal chilli!

Just right amount of spice and kick. This is my go to dish at 1983. Not too jelat and the noodles are always springy and fresh. Never fails to satisfy my mee rebus cravings! YUMS!