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Waygu Burger with fries ($38) 1. Wagyu burger with fries ($38) The bun is super soft and fluffy - not soggy at all after a 1 hour journey. The patties are huge, not dry and tasty. I wish they would have omit the tomatoes though and use another sauce for the burger. The fries are chunky, nicely fried and salted and the sauce is delicious - it tasted like a slightly spicy southwest sauce. A tasty burger and fries but I wouldn’t pay $38 for it again though. 2. Cheesecake ($16 - complimentary with >$50 spent if you opt for pickup) Not the best for me. Reminds me more of a Japanese cakey cheesecake than creamy american cheesecake. It has a savoury cheesy taste but I didn’t really enjoy the texture.
Ting
21h
Amazing, Amazing Food From The Basque Country. G I F T E D When Chef-owner @aitortxuchef of One-MICHELIN Starred @basquekitchenbyaitor slides into your DMs whispering the magic words to the effect of “let me feed you”, you whoop out loud and give praise. And when the feast arrives, your jaw meets floor because it exceeds your expectations. This godsend of a meal comprised of: 1. Basque Charcuterie Platter - The Txorizo and Bayonne Ham (100gms for $25 nett) made the journey without a slice out of place. 2. Artisanal Cheese Platter ($25 nett for 100gms) - There were four: French-Basque Ossau Iraty, Basque Idiazabal, French Sante Maure and South-Central French Bleu D’Auvergne. They came with quince jelly and slices of fruit bread. 3. Iberico Pork Ribs ($38 nett for 500gms) - THE must-have. Coated in a sticky honey glaze, the slow-cooked ribs were tender and irresistibly delicious. 4. Turbot “Salsa Verde” (150gms - $48 nett) - Possibly the healthiest item in that day’s spread as the fish was poached. The sauce was mild, not as acidic or spicy as its name suggests. 5. “Txipirones En Su Tinta” - If you have been following me on Instagram or @Burpple for a while, you’d know I have a soft spot for squid. So this dish which had the squid stuffed with minced meat and onions, and cooked in a sauce of its own ink, was easily one of my favourites. It even came with a side of rice. 6. “Tortilla di Patatas” (100gms for $16 nett) - A thick, soft potato and egg “pancake” that I most enjoyed with the... 7. Piquillo Peppers “Lodosa” ($12 nett) - So silky was the confit peppers from Navarra (medieval Basque Country). 8. Iberico Txorizo Sliders - I was besotted with the baby burgers. Who wouldn’t when you slap juicy, spicy pork patties between impossibly light, soft buns? All house-made, no less. 9. Pipperada ($12 nett) - A traditional Basque tomato and pepper sauce. 10. Classic Mash Potato ($12 nett) - Smooth and silky, like good mash should be. 11. Burnt Basque Cheesecake ($16 nett) - Baked with Idiazabal cheese, this was sublime. So sublime I didn’t want to share it. You can have a meal just as stupendous at home by ordering it at: https://basquekitchenbyaitor.oddle.me/en_SG
Veronica
1w
Petit Fours (248++ Chef's Menu) Butter cake was filled with cream and mindblowingly good. I guess I havent been eating good butter cake lol Black currant marshmellow was ok The lemon jelly w ginger and rosemary was reminiscent of lemon ginger tea in a most surprising and delightful way. What a nice way to end the meal
Wuu
17w
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Yàn Rice Dumplings ($10.80 to $28.80). Their Cantonese-style rice dumplings are also available for delivery or takeaways, including a special vegan-friendly dumpling using Heura Chicken. There's also an option for them to be delivered steamed for immediate consumption, or frozen should you wish to have them another day. 🔸 They have three kinds of Rice Dumplings: 1 x Abalone and Fish Maw Rice Dumpling, 鲍鱼花膠粽 ($28.80) 1 x Shrimp and Scallop in XO Sauce Rice Dumpling, 带子虾球极品酱 ($18.80) 1 x Preserved Vegetables with Heura Chicken Rice Dumpling (Vegan), 梅菜纯植物Heura肉粽 ($10.80). 🔸 To order, you can go online at https://www.yan.com.sg/estore/; call +65 6385 5585; or whatsapp +65 9769 4283. Credit cards and PayNow is accepted.
Justin
2d
NEW CRAB DISH ALERT H O S T E D The NEW off-the-menu claypot dish of “Wok-Fried Crab and Pan-Fried Cheong Fun in Chef’s Special Spiced Sauce with Lard” is simply put, fantastic. Coincidentally, even before it was served at the tasting, I was already thinking about it because my foodie friend Caecilia had raved about the dish to me the night before. The restaurant’s General Manager CK had recommended it to her group of friends when they were there during Chinese New Year. Anyway, this unadulterated flavourbomb features pieces of fresh crab in a bubbling “zhup” (gravy) that’s a mouthwatering blend of savoury and subtle sweetness. Arranged at the bottom of the claypot are thick rolls of “cheong fun” (steamed rice rolls) which, I feel, you should hold off eating until you are done with the crab. As they are the stickier Hongkong dimsum type of “cheong fun”, they taste better after they’ve had time to soak up more of the “zhup”. The price of this dish depends on the size of the crab but I reckon it is THE latest must-try item at Yàn Cantonese Cuisine.
Veronica
12w
A Great Set Menu For Fish-lovers (available till 31st March 2020). H O S T E D If you are fond of fish, the “Star Grouper Three Ways” set menu promotion here has your name on it. Available for lunch and dinner 7 days a week, it is priced at $168++ and is perfect for 4 people or 6 (if it’s supplemented by a couple of other items). The 1.5kg grouper is first presented on a large platter cooked in two ways (do note what is shown in my video is less than the usual as there were only 3 of us dining that day). On the lighter side is the fillet sautéed with spongey pieces of luffa and silky blobs of egg white in dried scallops. The other execution has the fish belly braised in a rich and umami clam sauce with squares of puffy beancurd and crunchy ginger chunks. Both styles are superbly done, and I think, best enjoyed with a bowl of plain rice. The third way of preparation, a soup brewed from the grouper’s head and bones, is truly zero waste at its tastiest. Served in a large tea cup, the steaming hot liquid is sweet and has a luxurious mouthfeel. If you have any rice left, pop it in to enjoy a mini bite of “Pao Fan”.
Veronica
12w
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Smoked Chestnut & Truffle Gyoza Wild Mushroom, Gyoza Skin, Pickled Shallots, Smoked Chestnut Purée, Brie, Wild Mushroom Milk. From the new ChiChi House at Amoy Street, a new establishment opened by the very same folks behind Nesuto and now-defunct 52 Sandwich Shack, serving up Modern Japanese cuisine. Being an item offered in both their ala-carte menu and set menu for dinner, the Smoked Chestnut & Truffle Gyoza is probably one of the more inventive items listed on their menu with a contemporary touch. Giving the classic Gyoza with their very own twist, the Gyoza here comes shaped looking like raviolis; patrons are encouraged to have all elements at one go to enjoy this dish as intended to be. We liked how the Gyoza here seems to be pretty well-sized; one could enjoy the Gyoza in a single mouthful, while the fillings within provided a hint of earthiness that is also enhanced by a whiff of truffle. The skin of the Gyoza is neither too thin nor too thick; good enough to hold the fillings within without breaking apart too easily, whilst not being too stiff — the Brie helped add a slight hint of cheesiness that provides yet another savoury note for some contrast. The pickled shallots helped to add a slight zing and a crunch, while the smoked chestnut purée helps to add a smoky sweetness that helps to cut through the savoury notes in an attempt to provide yet another dimension of flavour to the dish, with the Wild Mushroom Milk further supporting the flavours of the Gyoza. Some may argue that the plates here are seemingly more “contemporary” than actually Modern Japanese — though some dishes are albeit on the safer and conventional side, this item stands out for its thoughtful approach, being given a unique twist by ChiChi House. Really liked how ChiChi House provides for that casual dining experience with its dim lighting with a strong spotlights throwing the emphasis on what is to be served up at the table, as well as how the staff taking the time to explain every single element going on in the dish — an affordable casual dining concept in the heart of the Central Business District with quite a bit of potential here.
Xing Wei
10w
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Didn’t have the opportunity to dine-in at Alma before the circuit breaker and with the news that dining-in will probably take some time to be reinstated, we had to rely on takeaways/deliveries. Upon seeing that the restaurant has launched a Basque Cheesecake ($49, 4.5 inch) in their menu, we knew we had to get one. Once you have gotten your hands on the burnt cheesecake, it is highly recommended for you to put it into the chiller as soon as possible and only consume it around 1-2 hours later. The Alma’s version of burnt cheesecake has a slight char on the top which gives it a slight bittersweet flavour while balancing it beautifully with the light and creamy cheese filling. I have not tasted many burnt cheesecakes in my lifetime, but this is definitely one that I can keep eating. As the basque cheesecake is only available for a limited-time only, do pre-order it soon because it is no longer in the menu. •••••••••••••••••••• 📍Alma by Juan Amador 22 Scotts Road, Goodwood Park Hotel, Singapore 228221 https://alma.sg/latest-takeaway-food-wines-and-whisky-promotion/
Julius
5d
A Flavourbomb Of A Chicken Burger (Set Meal: $29). T R E A T Its audacious flavour is the reason I‘d be tempted to have this Organic Chicken Burger again. I thought the one-two punch of spicy “larb” (a Thai style of minced meat with fresh herbs) and sriracha mayo on the thick piece of fried chicken was brilliant. However, I did find the housemade buns, the one at the bottom to be specific, too mushy from the weight of the fillings coupled with the condensation that formed as the food cooled enroute to me. Anyway, I have shared this with @tayyongchuen who had DM-ed me to ask for my feedback. I also suggested to him that perhaps a slightly sturdier bun will do the trick because in all seriousness, everything else about this #burger is brilliant. The other thing I appreciate is how they try to ensure it is a compact but complete meal by packing the burger in a cardboard box with a salad of butterhead lettuce, tomatoes and onions, a pile of chips and a small square of chocolate brownie for dessert (total price: $29). What’s more, if you place an order for any of their burgers or sandwich sets between 3pm and 5pm (valid till end April 2020), you enjoy a FREE bottle of Heineken beer. Check out this and other promotions as well as the full Delivery /Takeaway Menu by clicking on the link in @almabyjuanamador’s bio on Instagram.
Veronica
5w
Affordable Michelin-starred Dining at Home. One-Michelin starred Alma at Goodwood Park Hotel has started its takeaway service last Thursday, at very affordable price of about $20+ per pax. 🔸 My favourite? Angus Beef Burger and Iberian Pork Jowl! The beef burger uses Angus beef mixed with wagyu fats, so it has the best of both worlds - the beefyness of Angus and the buttery fats of wagyu. The Iberian was binchotan grilled, tender, juicy, smoky, and served with butter rice that reminds me of our local chicken rice. All these are only $29. 🔸 The wines are also going for 25% off, including many premium labels exclusive to Alma. 🔸 Do support. They've a large 111-seater space, rental is expensive. This takeaway won't move their finances into the black, but at least it'll cut their losses. 🙏🏻 #savefnbsg #SGunited. * Operating Hours: 11 am – 8 pm | Monday to Saturday Main Line: 6735 9937 | Watsapp / Call: 9119 8928 | Email: [email protected]
Justin
6w
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A Masterpiece Of Raw Talent. As though art directed purely for aesthetic reasons, the “Omega Bakudan Don” ($130) from @kishosg is an undeniably pretty palette of #PantoneColors. Yet, it is on the palate where it casually flexes its prowess as a masterpiece. @Chef_Kazu_Hamamoto first lays a base with duo of rice before going over it with thick “colour blocks” of different seafood that manages to evoke a gradient effect since it begins with the pale pink, fat-laced Wild-caught Blue Fin Otoro and segues into the light, creamy ochre of Hokkaido Bafun Uni before deepening to a luminous orange, that of housemade Shoyu Ikura and Chef’s own marinated organic egg yolk. The final two are almost a perfect match in vividness. Should you desire to partake in this precise artform where the ocean’s raw talent is presented by Chef Kazu in a deconstructed yet graphic style, look no further. Tap on @kishosg’s link in bio now on Instagram.
Veronica
5d
Part Of $450++ Omakase Among the top sushi restaurants in Singapore, 2-Michelin-star Shoukouwa is my least liked, whereas no-star Ki-sho is my fav. Perhaps because in season it’s usually an uni orgy that sends sea urchin lovers to Cloud Nine. For the best experience, splurge for the $450++ Omakase dinner menu. Generous use of premium and extremely fresh ingredients, diversity of styles, and mastery of techniques by talented chef Hamamoto.
17w
Truffles On Wagyu Among the top sushi restaurants in Singapore, 2-Michelin-star Shoukouwa is my least liked, whereas no-star Ki-sho is my fav. Perhaps because in season it’s usually an uni orgy that sends sea urchin lovers to Cloud Nine. For the best experience, splurge for the $450++ Omakase dinner menu. Generous use of premium and extremely fresh ingredients, diversity of styles, and mastery of techniques by talented chef Hamamoto.
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The Artichoke Deli Dinner Has A Different Menu Every Week. T R E A T Available Wednesdays to Sundays, @artichoke_sg has a Deli Dinner for takeaway. As the set menu for 2 pax ($80) changes every week, you can’t sit around on your asses if you want to get your paws on it. I had the privilege of a sneak eat last Sunday of this week’s Vietnamese-inspired version when the bossman himself dropped off a very generous meal at my home - thanks so much again for that @bjornshen. Although the main act of the Deli Dinner is the monster of a modified Banh Mi (it’s apportioned into 2 x 300gms heavyweights for the Set), I found the rest of the items real attention-grabbers too. Take the Chicken Broth for instance, the only thing that needed heating up. It was extremely tasty, especially with the beansprouts, onions, herbs and enoki mushrooms (by the way, these should only be chucked in moments before you commence slurping). The Potato Salad was a side so bold from fish sauce caramel, fresh basil and a squeeze of fresh lime juice, it threatened to steal the thunder from everything else. It’s easily one of the more exciting potato salads I’ve ever had. With shredded cabbage, carrots, pickles, firm tofu and peanuts tumbled together, the Vietnamese Coleslaw was vibrant in colour but that wasn’t why it made an impression. Leave it to a sliced chilli-filled “nuoc cham” to create the splash (quite literally). Be prepared to unhinge your jaw for Bjorn’s larger-than-life cold-pressed Vietnamese sandwich. But remember, DO NOT REMOVE the plastic wrap around it. I made that mistake and it was like trying to get toothpaste back in the tube 😂 The wrap is to keep all the stuff packed in there, IN THERE. And there’s a lot of stuff. We’re talking lemongrass-grilled pork, bologna, housemade pickles, fresh herbs, vegetables and more. Except for coriander. Coriander gets its own ride. One of the sweets I received was a box of pretty, gold-dusted Donuts topped with pineapple and jackfruit. It was nice but the Chocolate Pudding was the dessert that made me sit up and go wow. I‘ve never been into chocolate-and-banana combos but Pastry Chef Nancy had me happily eating my words (and her coconut cream-covered intensely chocolate-y dessert with bananas and peanuts). The drink included in the Set was a pleasant and not overpowering Lychee and Lemongrass Cooler. To order, go to: www.bjornshen.com You may want to also take note a new Deli Dinner menu drops every Monday at noon.
Veronica
9h
Crab Toast ($16++) You might be thinking why a Middle Eastern restaurant might be serving crab toast. But Artichoke isn’t a place where you feast on conventional Middle Eastern food. I was amazed by the crab toast with chicken crackling and trout roe ($16++). So this may look like an elevated version of a crab mayonnaise toast but it isn’t. The base features fluffy brioche buns that are baked in-house. A generous serving and sweet blue swimmer crab is mixed with tzatziki. What a pleasure it is to devour this small yet satisfying snack. The popping bursts of umami from the trout roe played its part in boosting the flavour profile of this toast. And not forgetting about the chicken crackling which is basically fried chicken skin. What hit my soft spot was that the skin was really crispy and not oily at all, and certainly added a crunch to the dish. You can never go wrong with fried chicken skin. This was part of the tasting menu and this picture may not accurately reflect the portion of the ala carte version.
Terence
6w
TGIF at this establishment. So glad to finally try this place and it does live up to expectations. Loved the mezze and main dishes! Will definitely be back again . 📷 (1) Hummus with Spiced Mushrooms, (2) Crab Toast, (3) Halloumi Salad, (4) Claypot Lamb Shoulder and (5) Malabi 📍Artichoke . #sgeats #sgfood #burpple #middleeasternfood #fusionfood
Mushy
15w
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Halloumi Fever ($18) Hello you, hallo mi. For all veggie lovers, this one's for you! Sideways has their Halloumi Fever, which comes with a choice of base (Couscous & Mixed Peppers), Roasted Aubergine, Zucchini, grilled Padron Peppers, artichokes, Burrata & hummus! You'd never think of filling up on this but wow, each piece of item is grilled perfectly with a hint of char with every bite. Mix them together with the hummus to give you a nutty fix and a creamy finish with the burrata. This well-balanced dish is great for days where you feel like having something in the healthier side.
Amanda
8w
Ribeye Bowl ($20) Having steak for breakfast is never too indulgent, right? Available only during the weekends on their brunch menu, pop by Sideways for their Ribeye Bowl between 10am to 4pm on Sat & Sun to taste this goodness by yourself! This bowl comes packed with your choice of base (this was Mixed Greens +$2), topped with Mixed Grilled Vegetables, Avocado Dip, Grilled Padron Peppers, Poached Egg & of course, a perfectly medium rare steak. You'd be surprised at how full you'd be after this bowl as it does fill you to the brim, in terms of flavour & stomach space.
Amanda
8w
Without doubt, the best grain bowl I’ve ever had. Period. There’s just NOTHING about this Ribeye Bowl ($20) we didn’t enjoy. First off you’ve got the generous portion of well-seasoned Australian ribeye grilled to a perfect medium-rare, super juicy and succulent, boasting those crisp, charred edges we (at least I) all love. Then there’s the creamy and fresh avo dip (very much like a pureed guacamole), poached eggs with the gorgeous runny yolk, and man those soft and tender grilled aubergines were downright tasty. Mix it all up before taking a big bite, and I promise you'll practically fall into nirvana. If anything, their cauliflower rice could do with some improvement. It was way too soft which, when just sitting in all the steam and juices, made it all the more mushy. Also I’m pretty sure the components in our bowl weren’t exactly the ones described on the menu, but idk could be a teething issue with their newly launched lunch service 🤷🏻‍♀️
Nobelle
9w
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