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Finally tried @isshinmachi_sg !

Got the following items:
-Porl Wonton Noodles with Feiry Chilli Oil ($9.10+$1): Topped up $1for their Guan Miao Noodles, and it was a superb choice! Super love the Guan Miao Noodles! Chewy and QQ! Love the spicy chilli sauce as well! Plump pork wantons! This was so good!

-Hakka Style Braised Meat Rice ($9): When the bowl was served, I was quite surprised by the small size of it. However, it was still quite a filling portion! Tender meat with braised egg. The fat to meat ratio is still too much for me though.

-Moon Shape Prawn Cake ($11): This caught my attention because of the name. Urm but why is it moon shaped? LOL I dont quite see any resemblance. Anw, this was like crispy popiah skin wrapping prawn fillings. Quite like it! But the chilli sauce was not very compatible imo

-Taiwanese Black Sugar Winter Melon ($3): Fancy drink, black sugar! But frankly, it tastes just like normal wintermelon drink
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Funny that they aburi the mentai, resulting in chao tar fries. But overall competent. The fries came fresh.

Teochew style kway chap is prepared using the traditional method of pan-frying the spices until fragrant before adding water and braising sauce to boil. The braise flavour is not strong in herbs, light in flavour and not too salty. The ingredients here are nicely done with innards well cleaned. My serving for 2 pax came with preserved vegetables, intestines, egg, pork belly, tau kwa and tau pok. The kway was silky soft with the perfect balance of taste and texture. Overall a satisfying meal with queues of about 10-15mins ใ€‹$12

Toriten (i12 Katong) is here to satisfy all your Japanese food cravings! They offer a wide variety of authentic dishes ranging from tempura and yakitori to ramen bowls. For a fuss-free meal, opt for their Signature Chicken Yuzu Set!

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Conquered the limited-time Xiao Long Bao buffet ($29.80++) at Crystal Jade, ending this September. The buffet covered original Xiao Long Bao, 1 bowl of noodles per person, and 1 appetiser per table. Limited to 20 pieces per round and had to finish before ordering another round.

The Xiao Long Bao were piping hot, soupy, and delightful. Loved the juicy, flavourful fillings and the perfect skin. We devoured each round in under 5 minutes; that's how much we loved them!

As the rounds progressed, we noticed a change in quality during the 'late game'. The skin got slightly thicker, and the meat became richer, making us feel a bit overwhelmed or 'jelak', but it was still delicious. Perhaps we kept the chef busy and maybe pissed off by the speed we ate, but nevertheless, thank you for serving us the Xiao Long Bao.
๐ŸšฉCrystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao, 112 E Coast Rd, 02-21, I12, 428802
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Been eating here since I was in my 20s. This place together with a couple of others are really the institutions that brought to life prawn noodles with big prawns.

But each time I come, the price seems to have gone up some more. My usual medium portion is now $9.50 as opposed to my last visit when it was $8.80.

Today again I ordered pork ribs / pig tail bee hoon/ mee combination, dry with chilli sauce. Cannot help but compare with my bowl of $6.50 pork rib / pig tail noodle yesterday. This place probably has more ribs and tail. The chilli sauce also has slightly more flavour. Meat wise, both serves ribs and tail with tender meat that comes off the bone easily. The soup is equally good, it exudes lots of prawn flavour. But today I find that their ribs is slightly more dry and chewy than usual.

Also must order their Ngoh Hiang. Always nice to have something to nibble on before the star, prawn noodles, arrives.

Perhaps the price will reach a point when I think the value of no longer there. I hope not. But until then, I will occasionally come and support them.

1) ๐๐ž๐ž๐Ÿ ๐–๐ž๐ฅ๐ฅ๐ข๐ง๐ ๐ญ๐จ๐ง - Enjoyed the juicy and medium-rare beef that was well-marinated and balanced by the earthy mushroom duxelles. Encased in buttery puff pastry and while we appreciated the ratio of meat:pastry, personally found the pastry on the soggier side and lacking the expected flakiness. That aside, this dish is usually valued way more so those looking to try can consider this wallet friendly option

2) ๐๐จ๐ซ๐ค ๐“๐จ๐ฆ๐š๐ก๐š๐ฐ๐ค - Personal favourite among the meats for the flavourful marination and tender bite

3) ๐‚๐ก๐ข๐œ๐ค๐ž๐ง ๐–๐ข๐ง๐ ๐ฌ & ๐‚๐ก๐ข๐œ๐ค๐ž๐ง ๐‚๐ก๐จ๐ฉ - Enjoyed the chicken chop while the wings were unfortunately on the dry side and could be more charred

4) ๐…๐ซ๐ข๐ž๐ฌ (or Dutch potato) - Thin cut and crispy fries that added a good balance of carbs

5) ๐’๐ข๐๐ž ๐ฌ๐š๐ฅ๐š๐ - Appreciated the refreshing greens and pineapple salsa to cut through some meaty richness


Everyone knows they are one of the more popular chicken rice in SG and they now have an electronic queue number system where diners can place orders at the kiosk machine.

I ordered a quarter chicken with a mix of roasted and steamed chicken. The steamed chicken is tender and juicy with jelly-like skin while the roasted chicken is also succulent and more flavourful with nice crisp skin. It tasted even more delicious with the umami soy sauce and fried garlic bits. Each order also comes with free-flow soup and achar that makes it a fulfilling and hearty meal ใ€‹$13.30 + $1 Rice

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chocolate blend granola, strawberries, banana, cacao nibs, toasted coconut flakes, honey, greek yoghurt

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