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I don’t know if it’s because I was starving by the time I arrived here for dinner but good golly, did that Dry-aged Galician Beef taste like heaven!
Incredibly soft and silky from having been marinated for 45 days, it hides the kind of flavourfulness that makes one gasps and eyelids flutter.
I can’t think of anything better to lay it on than the crusty grilled tomato bread.
Advance apologies to whomever I am dining with at Olivia Restaurant next. I won’t be playing nice and sharing this that’s for sure 😂😂😂

Finally visited this newly opened cafe called Voyage Patisserie that specialises in plated desserts, cakes and tarts.

I’m quite partial to lemony desserts so we decided to share this plated dessert which consisted of whipped ganache, some lemon sablee, yuzu-like curd, jelly and lemon sorbet.

The dessert was so pretty. We felt the dessert could do with more biscuit as it was really mostly ganache. The sorbet was also small and melted quickly (it didn’t really taste like lemons to me) but I really enjoyed the crisp candied lemon. We found that pretty interesting :)

How to get to Voyage Patisserie: It’s a few stops down from Great World City in the Tiong Bahru/Outram Park area, and has a bus stop directly opposite (Before Outram Flyover) and is a few minutes’ walk from Outram Park MRT station.

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Rakki Bowl is where you would be stepping into a café filed with a strong aroma of truffle oil that was destined to stay for good 🤤🤤🤤 as every table ordered their specialty - Signature Truffle Wagyu Don ($25.90 for Large, $13.90 for Regular). ⭐
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Featuring a generous amount of thinly-sliced wagyu beef & a perfectly runny onsen egg which lay atop their secret-flavoured rice blend, finished with a drizzle of irresistible Italian Black Truffle Oil, those with a heavy palate would surely enjoy this bowl! ❤❤❤
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I’m not kidding when I say that every mouthful was bursting with flavours! 😋 The beef was indeed pretty tender despite being not too fatty, & it just screams TRUFFLE!!! 💯 The jiggly onsen egg made everything in the bowl gel together so harmoniously. 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
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The cons is that it might get a little surfeiting after a while due to its richness in flavours, so bring a friend along if you’re ordering the Large portion! 😉
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Might not be the best beef bowl around but definitely memorable! #burpplebeyond fans would surely rejoice over this! 💕

One of my favorite to-go-to beef bowl places :-) and so I have used up all my rakki bowls deals on the beyond app - which shows how yummy this is!

But have to say that although the bigger bowl is really massive and generous (bound to fill you up), the sauce was insufficient & made the last bits of beef pretty dry...so in retrospect, maybe the smaller bowl would suffice with a good dessert choice after :-)

Will definitely be back again!

I love the eggs here!

Spring Pancake & Fried Chicken ($23) Spring onion and corn pancake with succulent fried chicken thigh fillet with hint of cumin and house special ranch dressing.

This is what Sundays should be like! 😀

Rather than me in a bikini, I would have this “Bikini” in me anyday 😂
But seriously, when so slender a sandwich proves to be a sheer force of flavour, how can you not be awestruck? It’s not math but madness that the three ingredients of Iberico ham, cheese and truffle can amalgamate into something of this magnificence.
Having just one piece can be considered masochistic because it whets the appetite for more but yet common sense commands you not fill your belly with more, lest the other temptations on the menu are missed.
Sigh... such a dilemma.

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Finally visited The Populus Coffee & Food Co after wish-listing it for the longest time ever and boy was I impressed with the food😍 I had the Buckwheat Pancake ($21), which comprised of a thick and fluffy buckwheat pancake served on a hot skillet with berry fruit compote, passionfruit curd, cornflake crumbs, butter, maple syrup and edible flowers. It was sooooo pretty (read: instaworthy) and more importantly, the taste was on point! The pancake had just the right amount of sweetness, was not greasy and the citrusy toppings went well with the fluffy pancake. Although it was a little pricey, it was quite value-for-money as the thick pancake was super filling - it was almost as if I ate a cake for lunch😂 To top it off, the service was great - they actually allowed my friends and I to dine on the 2nd storey (usually closed for weekday lunch) when the 1st storey was full, appreciated the flexibility👍🏻 This is definitely one place that I will love to return to:)!

Carabineros are always a welcome sight. Because these vibrant red prawns are insanely intense in flavour, I find a little goes a long way.
When we dined here last night, they were prepared very simply and served with a fragrant inky-hued rice that’s luscious in the flavours of the sea. This delicious dish happens to be an off-the-menu special. So if it is available when you visit, get it you must.

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Classic bistrot décor (with French music in the background) and classic bistrot food - nothing particularly innovative (so, for instance, no sweetbread or rabbit), just well-executed traditional brasserie dishes. We had the escargots, foie gras poêlé, salade de crabe, entrecôte grillée, confit de canard, and tarte fine aux poires, and they’re all yummy. Reasonable pricing; the set lunch represents great value. Decent wine list, friendly service, so we will certainly go back.

Classic bistrot décor (with French music in the background) and classic bistrot food - nothing particularly innovative (so, for instance, no sweetbread or rabbit), just well-executed traditional brasserie dishes. We had the escargots, foie gras poêlé, salade de crabe, entrecôte grillée, confit de canard, and tarte fine aux poires, and they’re all yummy. Reasonable pricing; the set lunch represents great value. Decent wine list, friendly service, so we will certainly go back.