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Latest Reviews in Pasir Panjang

Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Pasir Panjang, Singapore.

If you want indulgence on a plate, this Mediterranean Flat bread ($18+) from Paddy Hills is your go-to. The herb-heavy meatballs carry the main flavour of the dish, with the runny yolk from the sunny side up adding a layer of warmth that mellows down the zing from the tomato based sauce. The buns are worth a mention as well, toasted to perfection and soaking up all the flavours from the meatballs. If you take a closer look, curry leaves are baked into the buns too! Pair this dish with a cool refreshing drink (we recommend the Bubble Yuzu!) and you'll have a satisfying meal that lasts.

I didn’t recall my last buttermilk chicken burger here was this good; really love the coleslaw within because it’s not bitter at all and it helps create texture to the whole dish! Though buttermilk could be a tad covered up by the abundance of black pepper used for the batter, this burger sure goes pretty well today!

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🚙ROADTRIPPING IN SG🚗 finally made it to @honestbeesg @habitat_sg !!!🐝✨ it is singapore’s first smart tech market with F&B concept~ eaturing the world’s first cashless, automated checkout (AutoCheckout) experience and robotic collection point (RoboCollect). I didn’t have a @honestbeesg app so I got to download before I go in: somewhat an exclusive spot for their members😊✨S M A R T😏✨Personally, I find the tech slightly tough to understand for first timers and the saleable items are all over the place which makes it tough to locate. The use of guides everywhere kinda defeat the purpose of high tech no? The flying bags of stuff above the head is kinda gimmicky... or maybe I don’t understand the procedure of the place well😅 I do find the variety of items and produces different from normal supermarkets - you can find products from all over the whole suitable for all kinds of cuisines👍💕 food-wise I got to say the standard is great:) ingredients are fresh as expected from a supermarket - price around $10-$15 ( expensive foodcourt lol) however its quality food and ingredient. I do hope their utensils are environmentally friendly🌿cos it doesn’t look like it😭 save the world guys - since @habitat_sg is going for high tech - go high sustainability too!!!!! They also launched beehive which is a membership that offers discounts - like $9.90 for lobster!!!!!!! It’s pretty worth it for their loyal customers✨Anws it’s overrall a fun entertainment and outing spot for an adventure in small small Singapore😊👍❤️ will be bringing my parents there soon too🙃✨
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🚙ROADTRIPPING IN SG🚗 finally made it to @honestbeesg @habitat_sg !!!🐝✨ it is singapore’s first smart tech market with F&B concept~ eaturing the world’s first cashless, automated checkout (AutoCheckout) experience and robotic collection point (RoboCollect). I didn’t have a @honestbeesg app so I got to download before I go in: somewhat an exclusive spot for their members😊✨S M A R T😏✨Personally, I find the tech slightly tough to understand for first timers and the saleable items are all over the place which makes it tough to locate. The use of guides everywhere kinda defeat the purpose of high tech no? The flying bags of stuff above the head is kinda gimmicky... or maybe I don’t understand the procedure of the place well😅 I do find the variety of items and produces different from normal supermarkets - you can find products from all over the whole suitable for all kinds of cuisines👍💕 food-wise I got to say the standard is great:) ingredients are fresh as expected from a supermarket - price around $10-$15 ( expensive foodcourt lol) however its quality food and ingredient. I do hope their utensils are environmentally friendly🌿cos it doesn’t look like it😭 save the world guys - since @habitat_sg is going for high tech - go high sustainability too!!!!! They also launched beehive which is a membership that offers discounts - like $9.90 for lobster!!!!!!! It’s pretty worth it for their loyal customers✨Anws it’s overrall a fun entertainment and outing spot for an adventure in small small Singapore😊👍❤️ will be bringing my parents there soon too🙃✨
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Super herbal-y but super good as well! Goes well with rice and some chili padi on the side!! (:

Be sure to give this a try if you're in the neighborhood and feeling hungry!
PS: It's not the indian/malay kinda mutton soup!

This is an amazing combination, ordered the pancakes with raspberries and whipped cream, the pancakes are light and fluffy and paired with the hokkakido ice cream is the ultimate dream. Give this a try! Location is a bit out of the way though

4/5

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Ordered the A5 Hokkaido wagyu beef shabu set and pork shabu set, was really worth it. The beef was really good! Also tried the yuzu gyoza and yuzu ice cream with mochi waffle. Ice cream is really worth a try. Spent 100 in total but was a very satisfying meal. I will be back!!

The dish was overall pleasant, with the wok hey infused in every part of the kway Teow. The onsen egg also provided a nice creamy touch to the noodles. However, the price tag of $8.80 was a little unjustified as there was no meat at all in this dish. In conclusion, taste wise - good; but not really value for money considering the oysters at habitat were selling at $11 for a dozen.

This has a total belly score of: 3.5/5! 🐽

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This is made using Takaragasa soft wheat flour. It looks as better than it taste. But I would still recommend it if you have never tried soufflé pancakes before. Will try the gluten free one if I go back there again.
Price: $14

We originally wanted to get the matcha poofy pancakes but my mom doesn’t like matcha so we got the original poofy pancakes with berries and maple syrup. The pancakes were so soft and fluffy I just wanted to smother my face in it like a pillow. It’s so good it actually didn’t need the maple syrup, but the syrup does elevate the dish. The insides were so creamy that my parents refused to believe that these were pancakes. It was totally worth the 35 minute wait!

This has a total belly score of 5/5!

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Ordered the Australian Rusdale Ruby Flap Steak (200g) from campfire and every bite of that steak took me to heaven. As I’m the biggest cheapskate in Singapore, I ordered the lowest priced item on the menu. I was expecting some tough meat but oh. My. God. The steak was so soft and tender. There were three kinds of sauce to choose from - bearnaise, miso with red wine jus, and coriander verde. We chose the bearnaise sauce (even though we had no idea what bearnaise is) and we were pleasantly surprised! The sauce was creamy and buttery, enhancing the flavour of the steak.

This has a total belly score 4.5/5