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Representing Min Jiang at Goodwood Park Hotel is the Pot of Gold ($243.95) that’s available for takeaway and able to feed 8 pax. Upon seeing this dish, you will instantly know that it is going to be right up the umami taste index but from your first mouthful, you will truly understand that the essence of this dish, the braised sauce, is also calling out for a bowl of rice to go with it. The pork belly is slow braised for two hours in a chicken stock base before going for a 50 minutes steam after the addition of the premium 6-head Australia abalones and broccoli to further accentuate the flavours. Moving on to Min Jiang at Dempsey, the restaurant will be launching the Five Fortune Takeaway Platter ($104.85) that is suitable for 6 pax. This platter is perfect for a family feast with the deep fried prawns with crispy milk, sliced smoked duck with plum sauce, pan-fried U.S. kurobuta pork strip with melted onions, crispy soft shell crab with garlic & shallot and marinated jellyfish, differing dishes that can cater to both young and old.
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Min Jiang
Address: 22, Scotts Road, Goodwood Park Hotel, Singapore 228221
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The hedgehog just came back from Thailand 🇹🇭!
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Or rather, it felt like it did 😜.
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From now till 23 Oct 2019 (yes, only 1 week), indulge in an epicurean buffet spread of Thai fare at Sheraton Towers Singapore's The Dining Room specially curated by Guest Chef Surasak Pholdeeyiam (Chef Oui) from Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen's Park.
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While my eyes darted straight to the colourful desserts, there was a really wide range of authentic Thai dishes such as:
🔸Photo 1: Coconut Red Curry Crab (Gaeng Khuai Poo Bai Sha Pool)
🔸Photo 2: Watermelon Salad (Taeng Mo Pla Heang)
🔸Photo 3: Pomelo Chicken Salad (Yum Som-O Gai Cheek)
🔸Photo 4: Mango Crispy Fish Salad (Miang Pla Thord)
🔸Photo 5: Southern Thai Rice Salad (Khao Yum)
+ many other main courses and desserts. His favourite dish: the flavourful Green Curry Chicken (Gaeng Keow Wan Gai) with rich undertones of coconut milk, paired with some fragrant Jasmine Rice.
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Feeling hungry already? 😋 The En*thai*sing Siam buffet is available at @SheratonTowersSG for lunch ($58++) and dinner ($78++). Swipe ⬅️ for pictures and video.
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PS: Every diner stands a chance to win return tickets to Bangkok on @ThaiAirways and a 3D2N stay at @MarriottMarquisBKK. Good luck! 🎉
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Do note that this is for their outlet at Wilkie Edge, in the middle of Little India, Bencoolen and Dhoby Ghaut MRT.

XO Minced Meat Noodle ($5)
This was a wetter version than usual and came with sliced mushrooms, minced meat, fish cake slices, 1 large meatball, bits of lettuce and 1 fried dumpling. Their fried dumpling was sinfully satisfying as it was very crispy but also drenched in oil, every bite oozed out bits of oil. I particularly like their thick oblong shaped meatball which was moist and juicy on the inside. Their soup was thankfully not just salted water and was packed with flavour, slightly pepperish and garnished with scallions and some fried onions. I ordered mine with chili which was definitely spicy but I think I'll ask for more in future. Overall, not the best I've tried, but definitely a decent bowl of noodles though I'm not too sure where the XO comes from.
Taste: 8/10

More pictures at: https://www.instagram.com/p/B5er8WEAwQ9/?igshid=mrr9732i0j0m

These were the best Alaskan King Crab legs I've eaten at a buffet - flesh were soft, very juicy and very sweet. I lost count of the number of legs I ate that evening, I even went round telling everyone to get those legs.
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On Christmas Day itself, L’ESPRESSO (a cosy café by day and chic lounge by night at the poolside) and GORDON GRILL (a fine-dining restaurant famed for its steaks and Continental cuisine) would be serving a Christmas Brunch Buffet from 10.30am – 1pm (first seating) and 2pm – 4.30pm (second seating). Here's some items to expect:
* Freshly Shucked Seasonal Oysters
* Alaskan King Crab Legs
* Maine Lobsters
* Chardonnay Poached Tiger Prawns
* White Clams
* Pan-seared Fresh Sea Perch with Zucchini Ragout and Lemon Couscous
* Baked Heirloom Potatoes 'Au Gratin'
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Prices are at $150++ per adult; $90++ per child; and $190++ per adult for free flow of champagne or wine (guests to pick either option). Dining reservations confirmed by 15 December 2019 for the 1st seating will enjoy 10% discount.
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This partnership is an opportunity for consumers to try new food & wine pairings, encouraging everyone to ‘Find
Your Flavour’ through unique, experimental combinations with Wolf Blass wines.
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At least 8 out of 10 Southeast Asia wine drinkers still don’t believe that wine matches Asian food despite the growing number of wine drinkers in the region, & ‘Find Your Flavour’ aims to change attitudes towards matching local food with wine
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Wolf Blass Wine Lunch
Hosted by Chris Hatcher
Wolf Blass Chief Winemaker
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Wolf Blass Gold Label Shiraz
Lamb Chop in Robust Masala Sauce
Cumin Potato, Stir Fry Asparagus Edamame, Black Dhal Lentil, Saffron Pulao Rice, Naan Basket.
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Wine Notes:
Dark fruits, plums, dark berries,
Medium bodied, medium Tannin.
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Shiraz on its own is spicy. When paired with lamb, the spiciness of the Masala Lamb is prominent, enhancing the flavour of the lamb. Again the sharpness of Shiraz has subdued to a rounder finish.
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The Song of India
33 Scotts Road
S 228226
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Thank you Eunice, Jenny @jennytanwrites @foodcultpr for the invite; Lea, Pamela @treasurywineestates for warm hospitality; @songofindia for the lovely lunch.
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#WolfBlass #WolfBlassFYF
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Creamy semi-custard semi-liquid concoction of what I think contains egg, truffle and cream. So so delicious we were scraping the last bits off the shell, almost devouring the shell itself.

Super loved these scallops in a cone. How cute that they came in a pile of grains that lowses us tried to nibble on (lol). The attention to detail they put even into the amuse bouche is truly commendable.

First time trying the skate fish, which was firm and non-oily. By this time we were pretty full and mindblown by the previous dishes that this stopped making any more impressions on us.

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Would you pay the same price for an egg if you could have a meat dish instead? I would for Buona Terra's perfectly oozy sous vide egg blanketed in truffle. Foodgasm on a plate is what I'd call this.

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One of the most memorable dishes that evening. Given my lack of experience with Scampi, I must say... I think buona terra has given me a false impression that scampis are the tastiest juiciest and sweetest of the crustaceans. Loved the scampi sauce that was like essence of brine and sea.

Very refined steak that came so perfectly seared they were uniformly brown on the outside and pink and tender on the inside.

Not the most glamorous dish for an otherwise very glamorous dinner. Can't tell which finger that was as the others seem to be missing. Though I prefer the starters and pastas to the meats, no regrets having this because it was really special.