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A house festive creation by Mixologist Vlad Yesepiv, similiar in style to a warm mulled wine.
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This warm alcoholic beverage is inspired by his Ukrainian culture, and his only reveal is that butter is an ingredient.
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Beyond the garnish of green apple, you can taste caramel, vanilla, and cinnamon, making the taste profile of this smooth drink fruity spice sweet floral in flavour.
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Nicely warm and enticing.
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Beast & Butterflies
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Signature sushi combination at Ten Sushi. Provided a good spread of 12 different types of premium sushi, seafood including uni, unagi, tuna belly, salmon belly, scallops and more; plus, roll sushi.
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Each of the sushi is delicious on its own, providing a good insight into the top-notch quality ingredients used by Ten Sushi. Presented in a slim long plank, it just gave added a WOW factor to the sushi. Two thumbs up.
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Having said that, the highlights has to be the Omakase Sushi (12 piece roll sushi)- S$49++! These delicate pieces are made with precision by their Japanese chefs and look like art pieces on display! Besides the aesthetics, it taste great and very fresh as it is evident from the natural sweetness of the seafood!
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Besides the omakase roll, you should also try these too:
▫️Unagi Eel Roll - S$18++ for 4 pieces, S$32++ for 8 pieces
▫️Aburi Salmon Avocado Roll -S$20 for 8 pieces
(Avocado roll layered with seared salmon slices topped with mayo, teriyaki sauce, onion, spring onion and flying fish roe)
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@tensushibymarusaya definitely up the game for Japanese cuisine and knowing that the Japanese chefs are dedicated to serving good quality food really sets them apart from the rest!👌🏽
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Thks to @tensushibymarusaya @emily.eatingthyme for having me!
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Sakoshi Bay oysters topped with tobiko, grated radish. Fresh and juicy with none of that grimy taste. A nice touch of sprinkling of edible chrysanthemum petals. Unagi eel roll bears that slight smoky tone. Who can refuse wagyu especially when it was torched right before your eyes? The marbling really lights up the palate. This sushi box was humongous. Make sure you are hungry if you should order. But I still prefer the omakase sushi. Manageable quantity and slightly more umami than the sushi box.
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Located at Robertson Quay, this is a chill place away from the crowd. Thank you Jennifer @jenniferyeoconsultancy for the invite and @tensushi for hosting.

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This house signature combines the flavours and textures of Singaporean rojak and ice cream toast.
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The large soft toasted white bread is hollowed, and the resulting sticks of white bread fingers are toasted and plated, along with crunchy juicy chunks of strawberry, pineapple, red water apple / red jambu, and young mango.
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A garnish of grainy biscuit crumble, rough crushed peanuts, smooth assam shrimp paste gravy, and a creamy scoop of vanilla ice cream complete this.
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Sounds complex, but it manages to somehow work, with bright fruity sweet savoury earthy spice flavours. It's large in portion, and is best shared.
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Beast & Butterflies
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This 2019 Christmas, Beast & Butterflies has curated a festive menu of yuletide treats, great for ushering in the holidays.
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Part of the Festive 2-Course Menu for SGD $65++ per person, which comes with a choice from 3 Christmas mains, a festive mini log cake for dessert, and a glass of M Wine (till 31st Dec 2019).
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The soft moist chocolate log cake is coated in thick rich chocolate cream, and each creamy mouthful carries deep robust chocolatey bitter sweet flavour.
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Love the cute festive decorations on the cake.
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Beast & Butterflies
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This 2019 Christmas, Beast & Butterflies has curated a festive menu of yuletide treats, great for ushering in the holidays.
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Enjoy the Festive 2-Course Menu for SGD $65++ per person, with a choice from 3 Christmas mains, a festive mini log cake for dessert, and a glass of M Wine (till 31st Dec 2019).
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This features a medium thick, silky flaky moist fillet of cod fish, with bright sweet savoury meaty flavour.
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With a slightly crisp salty skin, it's plated over a thick puree of squid ink, beluga lentils, salt, olive oil, and butter, giving it an earthy salty floral flavour.
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Garnished with fresh red onions and parsley for a light crunch to texture, and gentle bitter herbal earthy flavour.
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Beast & Butterflies
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If I’m to be honest, the food at Marco Pierre White’s Singapore outpost is underwhelmingly average at best. This steak tartare was bordering on too sweet and salty, and the greasy chips weren’t helping either. Many of the other dishes we tried also fell short of the mark. In short, if I’m paying a premium, I expect commensurate quality.

Taste: 3/5

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Best part is it’s usually quite healthy too as long as you don’t choose the fried ones, and go easy on the soya sauce.
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This we tried at Ten Sushi at Robertson Quay. Prices are pretty reasonable!
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Ten Sushi
📍60 Robertson Quay , #01-09, Singapore 238252
🚇Fort Canning MRT Station

A beautiful sashimi dish, served over ice, featuring 11 different varieties of raw seafood or fish.
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The fish varieties include tuna loin, tuna belly, salmon loin, salmon roe, Japanese amberjack / yellowtail, and flying fish roe, while the seafood varieties include squid, prawns / shrimp, octopus, scallop, and sea urchin.
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Fresh and succulent, each has their own signature texture; tender, bouncy, juicy, or creamy; but all are clean-tasting with bright sweet ocean flavours.
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However, quality of cut is inconsistent, some being sliced aginst the grain, while others have varying thickness. Have had better elsewhere, but this is still a decent dish to order here.
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TEN Sushi
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A delightful, luxurious treat.
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Sufficiently sized for individuals, each piece is chosen by Chef from the range of seasonal seafood or fish that is available. Usually similar to what you'll receive in the sashimi platter.
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The presentation of this wows, but it has to be eaten quickly, before it warms to room temperature. If you want something more filling than sashimi, get this instead.
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TEN Sushi
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This small, cosy bar is named "TEN", because the Japanese word for this number also sounds like the words for "heaven" and "celebration", all of which TEN Sushi embodies.
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Served over ice with a sprinkle of lemon juice for acidity, these Japanese oysters are plump and meaty, with a big juicy bite that floods the palate with lovely sweet briny flavour.
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There's 2 types of garnish; big globules of ikura / salmon roe which burst with sharp briny salty flavour, and small globules of tobiko / flying fish roe which have a much lighter sweet salty flavour.
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Delicious and succulent.
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TEN Sushi
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