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This salad comes with a large amount of greens, seared tuna, quail eggs with runny centers, olives, pumpkin seeds, blueberries, dried cranberries and a light passion fruit dressing. I liked how the tuna wasn’t as salty as in other places. Great for a light lunch, and probably the healthiest option on the menu.

Old Hen is more well known for its cold brews, but I liked this filter coffee too. I asked for something less acidic and they recommended this, which was smooth and pleasant.

Addictive nuggets of round little fried cheddar cheese balls, coated in a crisp batter, seasoned with thyme and honey.
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You get the crisp crunch, the bright burst of floral herbal sweet notes, followed by the salty savoury cheesy flavour within.
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So yummy, we could just keep popping these with a good movie.
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The Parlour Mirage
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This is a delightful rice bowl.
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Over a bed of fluffy soft sticky Japanese white rice with grainy sweet flavour, is laid medium rare chunks of Hokubee meltique beef.
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Meltique beef is a type of beef which has fats introduced into lean meat in order to give the appearance and texture of marbling (via the traditional French culinary method 'Pique').
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The beef is chewy and tender and juicy, with bold meaty fatty savoury salty flavour.
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Accompanied by strips of crisp shredded pickled daikon radish with sour sweet vegetal flavour, and a runny onsen egg with eggy sweet flavour whose golden yolk oozes out to coat everything in a silky smooth sheen.
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The Parlour Mirage
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We had the karaage, mentaiko chicken dumplings and purple potato daizu creme. The karaage was really crispy and nice, went really well with the curry sauce. The chicken dumplings were phenomenal, and we love how they gave extra mentaiko sauce as well. The daizu creme was alright, couldn’t really taste the purple potato and the soy pudding tastes like tau huey. But overall wonderful ambience and delicious food, can’t wait to go back again!

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Traditionally a type of gelato, the version here is reintepreted instead as a savoury appetizer, though it could adequately pass as a dessert too. Confusing!.
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It's a glorious mess of burrata cheese, seasonal fruits (we had torched persimmon and caramelised peach), red radish, corn kernels or asparagus, and honeyed mixed nuts.
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With contrasting crunchy juicy soft tender chewy textures, and bright floral sweet vegetal fruity earthy nutty flavours, this was actually rather tasty and pleasing on the palate.
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A bit more honey or maple syrup, and the use of sweeter fruits, would make this a dessert.
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The Parlour Mirage
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Yes, I’ve had Donabe Rice several times (with different ingredients) and yes, I have had binchotan-grilled Wagyu Beef just as many times if not more. But having both simultaneously was a first for me, and we were even told to enjoy them together.
Verdict: I loved the outcome! 😋😋😋
Those huge, creamy oysters that had been braised in sake, shoyu, mirin and loads of butter, were broken up before being mixed into the piping hot rice to be served to us in individual bowls. After slicing up the smoky, melt-in-mouth Miyazaki A5 Wagyu (it had a crazy marbling factor of 11), we popped the oyster rice on top and enjoyed a “surf & turf” of the most delectable and flavourful kind.
I can’t wait to return to @fleuretterestaurant to discover what Chef-owner @tariqhelou has up his sleeves.

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This was served in tasting portions; I understand the regular portion sizes are larger.
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The Pita (SGD $3) was soft and fluffy, with a spongy texture that picks up the dips easily, and has natural bready sweet flavour.
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The Fried Mantou (SGD $3) is crisp on the outside, spongy on the inside, with a deep bready savoury flavour.
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Loved the delicious Grilled Sweet Butter Corn (SGD $3), the corn kernels being juicy with smoky vegetal grainy sweet flavour.
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The Hummus (SGD $3) was excellent too, with its creamy grainy texture and deep earthy sweet savoury flavour.
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The Guacamole (SGD $3) was creamy and thick, with bright vegetal sweet flavour.
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The Parlour Mirage
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The Parlour Mirage is a craft beer gastrobar, art workshop, and music recording studio all-in-one.
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Located in the Farrer Park area on a quiet stretch of Owen Road, The Parlour Mirage is owned and operated by The Music Parlour Singapore, a music recording company that aims to champion Singaporean musicians.
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With 12 craft beers on tap, most of which are rotated seasonally, The Parlour Mirage is a great place for drinks and bites.
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The Parlour Mirage
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🦀The soft shell crab was served atop fresh mixed greens inside a flaky open croissant, drizzled with their house specialty salted egg sauce alongside some edamame and soybeans. The exterior of the soft shell crab was crispy and the beans gave the dish an additional layer of texture. The sauce was delicious and fragrant, but can be a little salty when it’s not eaten together with the pastry. ⠀

🌟Overall it’s a very well put together dish and I definitely felt very satisfied with the meal. It got a little heavy towards the end, but it might be because of the cup of Matcha Latte I had on the side. Would definitely drop by again soon to try their other brunch items.

Went to Daizu Cafe 3 days ago for dinner and ordered

- Mentaiko Fries ($12)
- Miso Beef Striploin Rice Bowl ($18)
- Garlic Butter Sakura Ebi Pasta ($16)

Mentaiko Fries were GREAT!!!!😍 Pasta and rice bowl was decent but not fantastic (maybe the pasta felt a little like aglio olio while the rice bowl had not much flavour as i hoped for)

Service was great as well as staff was friendly and helped me and my friends to take photos haha😅 Would come back here for the mentaiko fries💯 Ratings 7/10