[CLOSED] Scorch 一把火

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24 Raffles Place
#01-12A Clifford Centre
Singapore 048621

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Added Ngoh Hiang today.

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My curiosity had the better of me when I went into Clifford Centre jolly well knowing that the food scene on the ground floor has not changed over time. So wasn't really clear what to expect. I almost gave up when I noted the unit number was a stall selling nasi lemak, which honestly wasn't too delectable looking. When I knew that the Lor Bak Png is available and eventually holding this bowl of piping hot rice, I know my curious its and persistence paid off. The braised pork is melt in your mouth delicious as the fats and meat were nicely caramelised and melts into the rice - which is decent by its standards. The Lor Bak Png, accompanied by the zucchini pickle and chili oil (辣椒油) was an absolute delight and more than make up for the lackluster outfit. This is what comfy food is about.

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Here's a humble melt-in-your-mouth bowl of comfort food, with the steaming white rice doused in generous lu-rou sauce. The best is the tender fats of the meat. Will definitely come back here again for this bowl which is as delicious as it is value-for-money. PS. the crispy chili accompanying it also added a punch to the taste! ($4.80 including meat upsize and egg)

Thinking about this Chicken Floss, Seaweed and Condensed Milk Waffle ($2).

Nope, you read it right - condensed milk! While it sounds like it is set to be a conflicting mess in terms of flavours, the sweetness of the condensed milk complements the savouriness of the remaining components. In fact, I would actually prefer more condensed milk to make this waffle a little sweeter! 😄 Word of advice though: don't arrive too late as the food at Scorch sells out fast! 😅

This is part of a meal hosted by @scorch_eatery! 🤗

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One of my all time favourite comfort food, Scorch’s (一把火) Lu Rou Fan had been on my to-eat-list for quite awhile and I finally got to having it a couple weeks back. Even with just two basic elements - braised meat and rice, it is not difficult to mess up the quintessential Taiwanese staple. Hence, upon the first bite I was pleasantly surprised by the flavourful braised sauce and melty pork belly. Savoury, tender and absolutely saucy; the bowl may be heavier on the flavours imo but immensely satisfying especially with the slightly peppery aftertaste. And though the serving is not very big, take up @Burpple advice of adding meat ($1) to the small bowl ($3) so as to get the right proportion of 'lu rou' to 'fan'. Loving that it is diced instead of minced, the heap of slow-cooked pork also had a great texture as well as ratio of fattiness. Served on steamy white Japanese rice, the fluffy bed was able to soak up all the gravy-goodness with the thin slices of tangy pickled cucumbers cut through the richness.

After a trip to Taiwan, always, always leave you craving for a good simple bowl of their braised meat rice (one of their staple food, which is basically just braised meat over rice). However, it can never fight in terms of Flavours and fragrance. At scorch, was sadly still the case (hard to beat la) but love the generous portion for mine and the meat was thankfully really soft to bite (that's definitely a plus for Ah Ma Liu).

Please do yourself a favour and add on 50c for their remarkable Chili!!

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