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Top 10 places in Tai Seng, Singapore.

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Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Tai Seng, Singapore.

Suitable for large group, after work visit, chill and relax.

We ordered the following:
▪️Salmon Fillet 🇳🇴 ($19.80)
▪️Bangers & Mash 🇮🇪 ($17.80)
▪️Chicken Chop 🇲🇾 ($16.80)
▪️Buttermilk Fried Chicken Burger 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 ($13.80)
▪️Truffle fries ($9.80)

Review:
Upon arriving at the shop, you will encounter the large heavy metal sliding door which resemblance the bunker door 💂🏻‍♂️. There's check-in counter, darts machine as well as clock with different timezones.

Moving on, the front page of the menu comes with a cool printout of the floorplan. And when ordering the food, the staff there had superb memory as he didn't take notes of what we had chosen but able to reproduce them accurately 👍🏻 For the food, i've tried the Salmon Fillet and it was done using Pan-seared Norwegian Salmon, Butter Sautéed Potato Cubes, Basil Onion Cream Sauce, Sautéed Asparagus, Sautéed Shimeji, Baby Radish. Overall, it was well cook with great taste and texture to it. All the food were great as we finished it clean. 😋

Location:
163 Upper Paya Lebar Rd
Singapore 534857

Opening hours 🕦
Wed - Mon 1130 - 0100
Closed on Tuesday

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The char siew looked promising with the black charred outside and "half fatty" inside, but I found the meat too dry and chewy for my liking. Roast pork was respectable tho not amazing. Also, the chilli sucks (not garlic chilli). Gordon ramsay and a bunch of famous people have been here. Will stick to my keong saik Road shop as I prefer the meat to be fattier and juicier.
🚗 : Street parking in front of shop is usually unavailable, recommend using the underground parking at the industrial building behind the shop.

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The noodles paired well with the roast meat sauce. But it's a big portion really, don't think I can finish!
Never regretted trying their tender honey glazed char siew charred at the sides. The crispy roast meat was another highlight and tasted just as good and not too salty.
Expected 💸 : $10.20

Charsiew is the lean kind that I like but might suit the taste of others who like the fatty kind. Pork ribs is okay but prob wont go out of my way to order it. Beansprouts a tad too raw for my liking. Noodle was pretty good, but rice has the sauce which is not bad too. Wish they provide the chilli for the noodles outside so tt i can add more. The default amt given was too little for me.

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This was super milky, but that also means you get a more intricate latte art (which is why this is their signature drink for the latte art competitions).

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Tried their coffee in Chiang Mai previously and I’m glad to see that they’ve filled the void for quality coffee in Tai Seng.

If you want something more intense, then the magic-style Ficardie (foreground) will most probably float your boat best. Super reasonably priced too! We tried the Shaken Irish) as well, but the boozy hit’s rather mild.

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I know they've declined since changing hands, but the restaurants were still okay. Ironic the original stall served me mediocre char siew. It's certainly well honeyed but isn't Kay Lee always fat? Somehow the noodles and seasoning were the highlights.

I think we came during their special menu. Pork belly came braised and roasted. Braised version was teriyaki, which is unusual in a good way. Roasted version can be better as it wasn't crackling. Risotto was perfect. No restaurant has made me sit up in a while - this did. I look forward to what else they whip up.

I think we came during their special menu. These were legit and cheap. Each was an explosion of crab flavour in the mouth, topped with chilli crab sauce. Those are biscuit shavings - didn't add value to the dish, but you can't fault their plating.

The pan-seared Salmon Fillet ($19.80), a dish that hails from Norway, finely paired with butter sautéed potato cubes, basil onion cream sauce, sautéed asparagus and shimeji mushrooms, along with a side baby radish. I have to say, I really enjoyed each and every element on its own but bringing some or all of them together really completes the overall taste for me! While I can't exactly critique salmon fairly because, well, I hardly ever like it, the one served at Runway80 is definitely fresh enough for me to progress beyond a second bite, tearing apart easily with each forkful. If anything, this is a genuine and shocking (proud) first for me. In attempt to try and convince you on how good this is, the entire table generally loved this, so why not be the judge and have a taste for yourself! 😆

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Best of all, it’s just $3.80!
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