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Had the Mentaiko Salmon rice bowl ($9.50) from Big Bowls Project at Amoy Street Food Centre for lunch and it’s pretty yummy! The salmon is moist and soft, and the creaminess of the torched Mentaiko sauce is well balanced by the tangy cherry tomatoes (btw I swapped my cucumbers for extra cherry tomatoes because who likes cucumbers anyway🙊). The jasmine brown rice is good too. Will be great if the portion is bigger!

This dish was quite pleasant and the “small” size is quite filling. The chilli is really good and the additional of the pork chasu, the wantons (which have fresh prawns in them) and the fried prawn was very satisfying. :) The dish on the whole was very good but at $8 it is a bit pricey.

Ayam Penyet.

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One can choose their main like chicken/ beef/ salmon, along with 5 sides & 1 sauce. Not seen in the photo is the deep layers of fresh all-natural sides like corn, cabbage, kimchi, carrot in this #modernbibimbap. Adding +$1 for buckwheat noodles was also highly worth it and we enjoyed the smooth and thin cold noodles. The non-spicy soy garlic sauce was a nice mix of sesame & garlic that adds flavour to the dish but it is slightly sweet so be careful to not add too much sauce
⚠️ Not only is it #halalcertified, it’s also already packaged in a container, making it easy for takeaways
📍@dosiraksg, #01-44, Downtown Gallery, 6A Shenton Way
#cafehoppingtanjongpagar #healthyfood #sghalalfood

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Ciabatta with a bunch of sinful ingredients - double fried egg, crispy bacon, tater tots, cheddar cheese and PBD’s sauce! It was very shiok although my friend found this a little heavy for breakfast. Loved the varying crunch and textures! & pst, get the super worth 1 for 1 with Burpple Beyond!

Singapore style ramen noodles? To me, it’s upscaled HK wanton noodles which taste out of the ordinary!

I saw that the queue was shorter than usual so I took the chance to finally try this Michelin Bib Gourmand awarded establishment. Firstly, one can’t ignore the aesthetics of the dish which is what draws the crowd. More importantly, the taste is great too due to the homemade sambal and dried shrimp sauce. The dish also comes with extremely tender braised char siew, the usual wantons, the hot spring egg and the crispy potato wrapped prawn (which I’m not really a fan of, would rather more char siew).

It might seem a lil pricy coming in at $8/11/15 a pop but I think you’re paying for premium ingredients and TLC. I mean look how the bowl is painstakingly plated!

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Came down armed with Burpple Beyond’s 1 for 1! A trusty classic pairing of scrambled eggs and smoked salmon, elevated with dill cream cheese and red onions sandwiched between fluffy brioche buns. Not mind blowing, but it was such a satisfying breakfast option. Smoked salmon wasn’t too salty and we liked the balance brought by the tangy red onions!

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This bowl of noodles blew me off!!! All the ingredients were done with great details, making the combination works wonders. Truly recommend this as its uniquely created and everything tastes sooooo good. This medium portion cost $11 and is much cheaper compared to restaurant food and its even better than restaurant’s quality!!👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

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A good meal after a HIIT session! Love their sinful crispy chickpeas 😂

Haven’t been back to Piao Ji in quite a while and was kinda disappointed that the portion seemed to have shrunk? Broth’s still as flavourful and fish slices were still super fresh, but serving for both could have been more generous.

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A Noodle Story is a rather exquisite rendition of wanton mee that aims to impress - be it the onsen egg that is cooked till gooey perfection, melt-in-your-mouth chashu, plump shrimp wantons, crispy potato-wrapped prawn or springy noodles - opps I think that’s about everything in the bowl and that is one bowl of good stuff! Although it’s pricier than normal hawker fare at $8, the effort and quality put into each bowl of noodles is worth every buck👏🏻