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More of the fabulous food we had at @nakedfinn during lunch yesterday. This Chilled Somen in yuzu ponzu sauce was refreshingly delicious, perfect for the hot weather and when we wanted something light yet flavourful. Diced salmon and scallops were lightly seared and added to the house-made Ikura that popped with amazing taste of the sea. We also had their grilled baby squids and daily special Uni “scallop risotto” that were awesome. Our lunch ended with a refreshing Lychee pink grapefruit sorbet that had such great texture we could taste the meat of the fruits. Their home-made Chendol with coconut sorbet was the next-level from the usual ones, tasting wonderful without the jelakness.
I makan
5w
I’m a big fan of prawn mee and this bowl of Hae Mee Tng by @nakedfinn was just a big indulgence. At a premium price, the bowl of prawn broth was dark and packed with intense, complex and rich seafood umami. Absolutely awesome flavours so good no drop of it was spared by the end of the meal. While there could be more of the sliced pork collar, the 3 huge and super fresh tiger prawns were totally delicious. Along with many other tasty seafood dishes, we have been drawn back here and know that we will come back again for more.
I makan
5w
For a Treat-yourself Meal with the Crew Round up the gang for a splurge-worthy meal at Gillman Barracks. Must-tries include their comforting Hae Mee Tng ($25) where slices of pork and fresh prawns swim in a sweet broth. Also good is the Locally-farmed barramundi and the super popular Chilled Piquant Rice Vermicelli ($8) topped with a mountain of Sakura Ebi, both of which can also be found in their Dinner Menu (from $68). End the night on a high by hopping over to the bar next door, Nekkid, for a night cap or two. Photo by Burppler Vanessa Kou
Burpple
8w
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Something’s Fishy Here I’ve been gorging myself on Wow Wow West’s fantastic food ever since I was a young lad, and they’ve managed to keep their sublime standards up. Until today, that is. Their fabulous fish & chips ($8 now) was my all time favorite, so I was looking forward to many good and delicious things to come. Well, said good & delicious things never arrived. First off, I don’t know how they screwed around with the breadcrumb coating that the fish is cocooned in, but they’ve definitely screwed it. The once glorious breadcrumb coating was more like a batter, and it was nowhere near as crunchily satisfying as I remember it. It was even soft and bready at certain points instead of being charmingly crisp. Secondly, and most shockingly, the quality of the fish fillet has fallen straight through the fricking floor. The fillet of old used to be moist and passably flaky, but the current iteration is mortifyingly mushy. That alone was enough for me to say “I’m sorry, it’s not me, it’s you.” Also, the fact that someone forgot to salt the fries certainly didn’t help at all. Well, that’s another childhood memory ruined.
Russell
2w
Wow Wow West. Located at 6 Jalan Bukit Merah, ABC Brickworks Market & Food Centre, stall 01-133, Singapore 150006. . . . Chicken Chop, $7. Came all the way here for this awesome western in ABC Brickworks market! Chicken Chop is one of their signature and portion is huge, comes with baked beans, and fries! If you wondered, we swop coleslaw for more fries🍟! The chicken is well-grilled with some crispy edges, juicy meat and that mouth watering crispy chicken skin which we couldn’t resist in! We love their chunky cut fries that has more texture than those shoestrings kind! Everything goes so well with their house made black pepper sauce. Indeed, WOW!!! . . . #hungryunicornsg #wowwowwest #chickenchop #abcbrickworksmarket
HungryUnicorn
6w
Chicken Cutlet I'd say this stall's fame is built on its portions, not taste. Cutlet was not bad, but not outstanding either. Size was without doubt larger than other places and I took unusually long to finish. Tartar sauce seemed homemade so I applaud them. Fries, despite being thick, were crispy. Coleslaw was forgettable.
Thiam Peng
11w
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Tendon from Fish Mart Sakuraya! This came with miso soup, as part of their lunch set. Their tendon had unconventional ingredients like capsicum, leek and sweet potato (as compared to carrots, eggplant and shiitake mushrooms, which I see more frequently)! Not the best tendon, but the batter was crispy. Price: $14 #halfeatenblog #fishmartsakuraya #tendon #Japanese #burpple
halfeaten
2w
sakura 👏🏻 mochi 👏🏻🤧🌸🍡💕 * i’ve been wanting to try these for the longest time but haven’t since they were p rare in singapore but i found these babies today so you bet i snatched them real quick uwu. * “the leaf can eat?” i got this question twice consecutively by my mom & sis lol and the answer is yes that leaf CAN be eaten! * so what did this pretty thing tasted like? i liked it actually (didn’t expect myself to 😂). the pink part had a glutinous rice texture (was expecting it to taste like mochi + rice but it’s ok i like glutinous rice too) and when eaten together with the green leaf, the sakura mochi had a mildly floral scent that i liked! so basically the leaf was actually yummy. (wait. why is it called mochi if there’s no mochi...) * there was also red beans packed into the mochi, and the amount in it was quite generous, there was red bean in every mouthful of mochi. the red bean wasn’t too sweet so when eaten as a whole, the experience was really pleasant 😚 * now i can’t wait to try the authentic version when i fly to japan in december 😌 SO EXCITED AHHH
ash
43w
One of the best value for money sashimi in Singapore. You can choose the item and the chef will slice for you. This plate cost around $28.
Vic
51w
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Ice Cream With Waffles [~$18] Waffles as tasty and fluffy like Sunday folks. Minus the long queue and limited choices of soft serve. And you can have as many ice cream scoops as you like 💛
Mich
2w
Cold Brew I am starting to enjoy this journey of documenting the cold brews all over our sunny and very hot island. :) Creamier's version cost $7 and was served in a glass bottle, and gets points for the cute (albeit wasteful) presentation. When I poured it out, the layer of coffee oil was apparently floating on the top of the ice cubes, which while didn't affect the taste, made the drink look rather unappetizing. The cold brew itself was okay, as it was smooth with distinctively fruity notes and a rather high acidity for a cold brew. It wasn't as strong and 'gao' as I would have preferred. But still, it made a good accompaniment to the star of Creamier's show, which is their ice cream and waffles. 6.5/10
Chew
3w
Waffles with Little White Rabbit Ice Cream & Honey Lemon Yuzu Sorbet Aaaaaah...Creamier never disappoints. I had to try their Little White Rabbit ice cream, and took it as an excuse to order their famous waffles 🙃, which were just as delicious as I remember. My dining partner selected the honey lemon yuzu sorbet as his choice of waffle topping, coming up to $14.20 for this huge stack of deliciousness. Made to order, the waffles were definitely the highlight of the dessert. They were warm, fluffy and thick with a crispy crunch, and provided the perfect contrast with the ice cream. They were served with a drizzle of chocolate and maple syrup. I always applaud Creamier for their consistency, churning out delicious waffles every time despite the long queue of orders. The Little White Rabbit was so adorable, with a little piece of rice paper stuck on top for a complete effect. Consuming the rich, milky ice cream with the rice paper was the ultimate sense of nostalgia. I do wish the white rabbit candy taste could be stronger, however I do appreciate the fact that it wasn't too sweet. The al fresco seating area is cosy and warm, and the cafe is comfortably decorated with efficient yet friendly staff. Creamier is definitely my favorite place for one of my favorite desserts of all time. :) 9.5/10
Chew
3w
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