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Top 10 in West Coast

Top 10 places in West Coast, Singapore.

Latest Reviews in West Coast

Latest reviews of food and restaurants in West Coast, Singapore.

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Cheesy chewy tasty! As a big fan of gnocchi, I am pleased to find a nice gnocchi in Singapore - where you can hardly find a Italian restaurant with gnocchi on its menu. Want to try pizza in my next visit!

They have $3/$4 options available, we got the $4 portion. This was a pleasant surprise!! The rice and sauce were both very fragrant, the rice was moist and well cooked, not dry at all. They gave a hearty portion of duck, the duck wasn鈥檛 extremely tender but it wasn鈥檛 tough either, eaten together with the Chili, it was pretty good. The accompanying soup they gave had a aromatic herbal taste, very good if you鈥檙e into herbal soups! Would give this a 4/5 overall :~)

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Someone said got opium or what? Why want to keep going back? Hahaha...

Chanced upon this fried chicken concept while I was hunting for bagels at this newly opened mall. Impressed by this meal, as I wasn鈥檛 expecting much, given that they鈥檙e more known for their fried chicken.

Tender, moist and well-seasoned (the chilli in this dish is rly potent, so make sure you can take it) sous vide boneless chicken thigh which went well with the slightly tangy cilantro lime rice and runny onsen egg.

Yum! Only gripe was that portions were a little small, but that鈥檚 not gonna stop me from going back.

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Finally got my hands on the bagels (got myself the cheese, blueberry, and two plains) here after two prior futile efforts. Worth the trip down! Got my hands on this baby, which was still hot from the oven. Chewy, slightly sweet, and a little dense, these doughy delights tick the boxes of what a bagel promises to be. There is a wide variety of flavours here, and they all go at $2.50, which is quite a decent price point imo.

Always glad to discover bagel joints in sg (which is very underrated here). Remember to heat them up for max enjoyment.

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This small casual eatery aims to make healthy eating delicious, sustainable, and affordable. With a build-your-bowl approach and home made flavour bombs, their dishes are wholesome and tasty.
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Built this bowl with a base of creamy smooth truffle mashed potato and tender moist strips of sous-vide beef sirloin.
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Garnished with wobbly soft-boiled onsen egg, crunchy romaine lettuce, juicy cherry tomatoes, and bright corn kernels, dressed in home made truffle olive oil spray flavour bomb.
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Bold earthy meaty vegetal sweet savoury eggy flavours, satisfiying and filling.
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This small casual eatery aims to make healthy eating delicious, sustainable, and affordable. With a build-your-bowl approach and home made flavour bombs, their dishes are wholesome and tasty.
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Built this bowl with a base of grainy organic quinoa, crunchy cauliflower florets, and tender moist succulent sous-vide chicken breast.
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Garnished with wobbly soft teriyaki torched tofu beancurd, tender mixed sauteed mushrooms (straw and golden), chewy raisins, and soft crab stick meat, dressed in home made honey ginger soy flavour bomb.
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Robust and complex layered flavours of smoky sweet savoury salty earthy, completely delicious.
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This small casual eatery aims to make healthy eating delicious, sustainable, and affordable. With a build-your-bowl approach and home made flavour bombs, their dishes are wholesome and tasty.
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Built this bowl with a base of slippery smooth cold soba noodles, and smooth flaky sous-vide salmon fish.
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Garnished with tender broccoli, chewy lady's fingers / okra, crispy seaweed flakes coated in white sesame seeds, and crunchy honey mustard soya chips, dressed in home made teriyaki flavour bomb.
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Lovely vegetal sweet savoury salty flavours, makes you crave more.
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The Flaming is a hidden stall in this food centre serving pretty decent rice bowl.

This is like a hawker version of The Daily Cut, with 5 main items on the menu and you get to choose up to 3 side dishes to accompany your rice bowl.

You should try their signature satay chicken with the authentic satay taste. $4.50

Roast Beef, Pickles, Tomatoes. From this new bagel specialty cafe located at NeWest, situated beside now-defunct Nasi Coco/Thrive Kitchen. Opted for the Sesame Bagel for this order; the bagel carrying a firm and chewy bite while it comes with a sprinkle of sesame and salt for flavour and some texture. Roast beef was decent; tender whilst not being too gamey, while the pickles cut through the meatiness with its zingy note. Slices of tomatoes help to provide a refreshing, juicy bite.

No fancy recipe needed. Just good ingredients and good execution. Yums! I like it when the pasta is cooked just right, which is al dente for me. This place is pet friendly and on a cool evening it was lovely to sit and dine al fresco, if you don鈥檛 mind the millennials and their fur kids

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It was packed by Friday evening. We ordered their signature crab cakes and it was delicious! Filled with lots of crab meat and an aioli that was pretty yums.

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