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Mutton Meat Soup 12nett Chock full of ingredients, so I don't think it's worth adding meat cos it's a zero sum game(you will get less taupok etc). Really good overall, the soup wasnt too heavy yet it's rich and full bodied in taste. There's a nice mellowness, and there's a lot of oil being rendered out. Not very sweet at all too. Meat was tender tho some pieces were rather fatty. Chili has notes of chicken rice chili, though mouthfeel is very different. There's a secondary aroma coming from something fermented I believe, which results in the vast difference. Probably the only complaint is the price point, I don't think many people are willing to fork out double digits at a hawker centre when their competitors hovers slightly above half their price(no doubt the quality and quantity are different). Had it been sth like 9.5nett(even with less ingredients), it would definitely be one of my favourite mutton soups
Wuu
10w
Best Mutton Soup! I tried the Herbal Mutton Soup with Mee Sua and an egg $11. The broth quality was the same as my first visit. The inclusion of the Mee Sua was a good idea as the silky mee sua had soaked up and was coated with the broth. May be on my next visit, I should just dump my whole rice into the broth!  Oh boy, I had no regrets eating this! This is the best mutton soup ever! Definitely a must try! If you are someone hates the gaminess taste in mutton, you should give this a try! Read more: http://foodiefc.blogspot.com/2018/06/ivys-hainanese-herbal-mutton-soup-pasir.html
FoodieFC
1y
Herbal Mutton Soup $10 The soup was super tasty, with tender, fatty pieces of meat. Came with pieces of taupok and taukee that soaked up the soup like savoury pockets of deliciousness. Chinese style mutton soup is so hard to find, and this is a good one!
Daisy
2y
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Eight Star Pot ($18/small, $36/large) You can’t possibly miss this signature eight star pot at Manhill Restaurant, especially the claypot dishes are their specialty. Amidst the variety, this eight star pot seems to be rather popular that it could be spotted on almost every table. Like treasure hunting, simmered in the pot are ingredients such as sea cucumber, fresh prawns, fish maw, cabbage, mushrooms, baby corns, fried garlic, bamboo shoot slices in a thick umami broth. So good that we used it to drench our noodles from the other dish!
Miss Ha
1y
Chicken In Paper Bag, Boneless ($11/5 Pieces, $22/10 Pieces, $33/15 Pieces, $44/20 Pieces) Take a trip down memory lane at Manhill Restaurant since the original Hillman Restaurant was opened in 1963 and subsequently in 1973, Manhill Restaurant was born! Filled with nostalgia, the restaurant could be easily recognized especially at night by its huge neon-lighted signboard with an earthen pot, which represents their signature dishes. The interior is occupied by velvet-trimmed chairs, very traditional crockery and cutlery. Even the lady who took our orders on a blank notepad, using fluent Cantonese, made me feel as though it was a travel back in time. No order chits, no menus on iPads. Since the chicken in paper bag was one of the top recommendations, surely we had to try it out. One convenient point was that it was boneless, hence easy handling. As you unfold the paper wrapping, the first aroma that reaches the nose is the fragrance of Hua Diao wine, one that’s fermented from glutinous rice, wheat and water. The juiciness from the chicken meat had a mixture of umami and savoury, and even though it was a little oily, I didn’t really mind because it was so flavoursome with a hint of ginger. They provided some salt and pepper by the side which i tried dipping, but that would result in a sodium blast. The chicken is good on its own. Wrapped in the grease-proof paper meaning the marinate was well-retained and yes, if you don’t mind, you can taste the paper that had leftover flavours. Doesn’t come with an appealing appearance, but it’s likely a comforting dish for the older folks.
Miss Ha
1y
Paper Chicken In A Old But Good Restaurant The only picture I managed to take as it is the 1st dish served. Very good food in this old restaurant which make photo taking of food porn a secondary objective on the dinning table.
Tim
2y
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[Yuzutei] - Gyu Don ($16). It comes with stir-fried angus beef with onions, poached egg, pickled radish and carrot. while the beef is quite enjoyable I felt that the execution is too incline to Chinese cooking for a Japanese restaurant. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2018/09/yuzutei-interlocal-centre-pasir-panjang.html . Yuzutei Interlocal Centre 100G Pasir Panjang Road #01-01 Singapore 118523 Tel: +65 96894092 Nearest MRT: Pasir Panjang (CC Line) Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 1130am - 3pm, 4pm - 10pm Sat: 1230pm - 10pm (Closed on Sun)
SG
49w
Yuzu Shabu Looking for something refreshing with natural sweetness in a hotpot? Time to visit @yuzuteisg for their yuzu hotpot filled with fresh and quality ingredients. When ordering the Yuzu Shabu set, you may opt for Japan Shirobuta Pork set ($26 per pax) which comprises of pork collar and top grade pork belly from Kyushu or Kaisen set ($32.50 per pax) for the seafood lover which comprises of mussel, seabass, prawns, squid ring & etc! On top of that each set also comprises of assorted vegetables, japanese fish cane, handmade prawn and shiitake mushroom paste, japan mizuna vegetable, japanese fish cake and not forgetting the signature yuzu soup base. As I am someone who loves fish, I have decided to add on seabass ($6) to my shabu set. Personally, I feel that yuzu fans would love the hotpot as it is something refreshing yet you are able to taste the natural sweetness from the other ingredients. My personal take is that it would have been better if you get to enjoy a pot on your own, instead of sharing the pot with your friends/ family, especially for individuals who might have allergic reaction to seafood. Yuzutei is located at Interlocal Centre level 1 around Pasir panjang area and around 12 mins walk from Pasar Panjang MRT station. Right now as I am writing the post, I am already missing the Yuzu Hotpot😢, will definitely revisit the restaurant again some time soon probably to try the other items from the menu. Thank you @hojiakstory for the recommendation & jioing to visit the restaurant together! 🙆🏻‍♀️
Eatsnapsg
50w
Healthy Steamboat The food is really fresh and good and ofcourse the special yuzu soup ! Slightly expensive as the portion is not a lot. Skip this place if you are looking for strong flavouring kind of soup base. However I will be back !
Jade
1y
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What I am having now? My dinner from @diamondkitchensg . ▪️3 Gan Xiang Crabs ▪️Assam Baba Whole Fish ▪️Egg Spinach ▪️Champagne Pork Ribs ▪️Lala Bee Hoon . With a min spend of $80.00, you can get 3 Sri Lanka Crabs (estimate 500g each) at only $49.90 and 1 whole Fish at only $12.90 at @diamondkitchensg . WhatsApp them at +65 9662 7600 or call their Science Park Drive & Marina Parade outlets to place your order. . #diamondkitchensg #burpple #burpplesg #sgunited #stayhome #supportlocalfnbsg #savefnbsg
Joe
7w
Terrible Place. Questionable If Is “freshly Cooked” Horrible experience. Listen to me. 1) we preordered 2 large crabs as we had guests. Turns out, our guests was unavailable. So we wanted to cancel a crab. They said they have prepared the crab and we’re UNABLE TO CANCEL. No worries, we will take the 2 crabs. (This is an important information for later.) -> they did not give us the opportunity to choose the crabs, which is very uncommon in restaurants in Singapore. 2) we ordered our crab and other dishes. The dish arrived with the rice. Then it took 30 MIN AND CONSTANT CHASING to get the crabs that was apparently prepared before our arrival. 3) the service was horrible. They were keen on serving others (bigger table with more orders) than us, a smaller table. 4) the crab finally arrived after 30+min. And guess what! It was not hot, just warm! And When the crab arrived, it was clearly left out in the cold and reheated again. (Proof in picture) The solidification of the oil became a layer on top of the gravy of the crab, implying that the crab was out in the cold for a bit. The gravy was warm and not hot, suggesting it was reheated, perhaps with a microwave or something. In conclusion: terrible service, poorly cooked food. Maybe even a possibility of food that is not freshly cooked. DO NOT RECOMMEND. Go somewhere else!
Xavier
51w
[Diamond Kitchen] - Crispy Fried Potato Slices with Salted Egg Yolk ($12). Tossed in the restaurant's signature homemade salted egg sauce, each deep-fried potato slice was evenly coated with flavours that set your tongue tingling. A dish for both young and the old, this will definitely whet your appetite for what's about to come. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/05/diamond-kitchen-science-park-i.html . Diamond Kitchen (钻石小厨) Science Park 1 Oasis 87 Science Park Drive #01-01 Singapore 118260 Tel: +65 64640410 Nearest MRT: Kent Ridge (CC Line) Opening Hours: Daily: 11am - 230pm, 530pm - 1030pm
SG
1y
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