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Creamy Homemade Cheesecake I was so excited to eat this, till I forgot to take a proper photo. This was hands-down one of the best cheese cakes I’ve ever had. I’m not a fan of blue cheese, but the tinge of the cheese flavour along with the cream was in perfect harmony. The crust was pretty normal, a little too hard for my liking, but boy was this soooo good. I had the whole thing for myself, which might have been too much, and can get abit sickening. If you love creamy custard vanilla base kinda desserts, yup, you got to try this.
Celine
2w
Classic Tenderloin Tartare ($48++) Think of this as “Surf & Turf” X “Steak & Frites” gone luxe as the tenderloin tartare is given a blanket of Avruga caviar, and is served with fried potato chips and French fries. Enlivened by the briny pops of the well-known caviar substitute and the salty, crunchy cooked potatoes, each bite of the softly-chewy raw beef transforms into something a lot more flavourful and interesting in the mouth.
Veronica
4w
The Cheesecake Like No Other ($12++) Like Sir David Attenborough discovering a new sub-species of an animal, coming upon this cheesecake was just as intriguing for me. It defied existing categorisations of cheesecake that I knew of, and had me pondering in wonder as I gobbled bite after bite with gusto. The filling, a secret blend of cheeses including blue, walked the fine line between two states of matter. Uncut, it behaved - cordoned neatly within the buttery crust (which tasted fine but had me wishing it was slightly less thick at the edges) but slicing unleashed it. Caramelised glaze notwithstanding, the brazenly creamy and pungent tide oozed its way to freedom, forcing hands to swift spooning action so nothing was wasted.
Veronica
4w
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Har Cheong Kai 鸡-ken Cutlet ($22++) When it comes to food that is a cumulation of various cultures and ideas that sprouted as a result of meandering from the norm (aka fusion food), there is somehow an inevitable formation of a grey area where the dishes become lacklustre and the fusion fails to even occur. Well thankfully, HĒ Bistro and Bar seems to lying comfortably, albeit just inches short of this uncertain area, serving up fusion dishes combining Western cuisine with Singaporean flavours. Their Har Cheong Kai 鸡-ken Cutlet ($22) arrives at the table looking like a simple chicken cutlet meal one can expect from a Western hawker stall, but a first bite of the crispy, golden-brown cutlet released that ever so familiar flavour of prawn paste chicken together with the thin but juicy deboned chicken drumstick meat. Served with a fresh salad, some fries (although written on the menu as criss-cut fries, I received straight-cut fries) and spicy chinchalok which gave a nice contrast of flavours. Their Chilli Crappy Pasta ($22) was however a fair bit of a let-down. The sauce was undesirably diluted and watery to say the least, and little of the actual chilli crab flavour was present. On the other hand, one of the sauces that managed to subdue my attention was the Kopi sauce used in their Kopi Ribeye Steak ($30), which seems to go surprisingly well with the beef given that coffee and meat is of course, a modern classic flavour combination. Suffice to say as a place serving fusion cuisine, there could definitely be more finesse in the execution of the dishes, despite its creative output.
Thint
10w
Food Takes Too Long Bitter red (house) wine and food takes too long.. Beer was ok though
Sharon
11w
For 1-for-1 Main Dish (save ~$30) Impressive Asian fusion dishes and buzzy vibes are why you should jot this spot down for your next group gathering with friends. Photo by Burppler Mayne Lim
Burpple
15w
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Yummy Skewers By The River This casual humble skewer joint is the perfect place for a chill weeknight wind down with some friends. Being right beside the Geylang River means breezy evenings even with outdoor seats. Though small, Sa Tae Bak serves a really wicked selection of yummy bites, guaranteed to please even the pickiest of eaters. I have too many favourites, but if I have to choose, I'll start with a plate of Cold Tofu with Century Egg ($3.50) for sharing. Then, I'll enjoy some grilled skewers and bites — the juicy Thigh with Leek ($1.50), some tasty Quail Egg with Mentaiko ($2), Rice Cake enveloped in Bacon ($2), Pork Belly with Onion ($2) and Shemeiji Bacon ($2.50), ending with a nice Grilled Fresh Oyster ($4.50). Ahhh, all these whole sipping on some cold icy Highball ($6). What a beautiful evening.
Denise
1w
For Tasty Skewers along Guillemard Road About a five-minute walk from Paya Lebar Square, you'll find this humble hole-in-the-wall with foldable tables haphazardly sprawled out under the stars. Start with the refreshing Cold Tofu w Century Egg ($3.50). Some of our favourites include the delightfully chewy Enoki Bacon ($2.50), juicy chicken Thigh w Leek ($1.50), Quail Egg w Mentaiko ($2), and the Asparagus Bacon ($2.50) that packs a nice crunch. Wash it all down with a pint of Guinness ($9) or an icy cold Highball ($6). Photo by Burppler Wenqi Cheah
Burpple
1w
Enoki Bacon($2.50), Shimeiji Bacon($2.50), Thigh w Leek($1.50), Thigh($1.50) There’s just something about the intimate, no frills, casual setting of the satay bar. It’s right beside the famous Little Vietnam but for a newly opened spot, it can definitely hold it’s own. Come for fresh icy cold drafts of Guinness accompanied by a couple plates of grilled skewers. The service is TOPNOTCH- Super friendly and warm. Love the vibes here. And the food is sooooo goooood, especially for the price. It’s definitely a go-to hang out spot for friends. Loved the thigh and thigh w leek, the grilled chicken cubes were juicy and just exploded with flavour with each bite. HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS SPOT!
Eunice
3w
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Farewell To Arms Not one drink on this menu is a disappointment. NOT ONE!!! The detail and level of care that goes into each drink can be seen and tasted and they are definitely under charging per drink. Even their non speciality drinks, such as a highball or old fashioned are beyond ordinary as they take great care to clarify their spirits so that they are extremely crisp and tastier than normal. The strongest drink and one to most likely have pleased Hemmingway himself is the Farewell To Arms cocktail. Not for the faint of heart. 100000000% worth it.
Tamara
6w
Fatback Ears Down: The Sun Also Rises (copra fat-washed applejack, curry leaf-infused gin, sweet vermouth, sous-vide pandan leaves, lime kaffir) and Islands in the Stream (clarified pink grapefruit, salted gin, carbonated) from The Old Man Singapore, which launches along Keong Saik Road at the new KeSa House (@theoldman_sg). ⠀ Serving the same menu as the award-winning The Old Man Hong Kong did when it first launched - the Singapore bar is its first foreign transplant - the cosy and laid-back bar pays homage to Ernest Hemingway’s works with a fixed menu of experimental cocktails using glorious, state-of-the-art technological wizardry that would make the knees of any Amy Farrah Fowler go weak and wobbly. (My knees were also soft, not just from the killer concoctions but also from accidentally watching the amorous endeavours taking place across the room.) ⠀ The latter is a sparkling, saline refreshment, while the former plays it like the most complex, layered and dangerous grass jelly drink you’ve ever had.
Shawn
12w
The Old Man 【The Old Man SG】 We popped in after our dinner through ‘unlabeled’ entrance at KēSa House. The service was great and the bartender was happy to introduce us the menu, the story behind The Old Man and also to recommend drink to suit our taste. I love the creative name of their drinks from the menu: _ The Sun Also Rises Copra FAT-washed applejack, curry leaf infused bulldog gin, sweet vermouth sous-vide Pandan Leaves, Lime Kafir. _ Little Wax Puppy Beeswax Infused Russell’s reserve 10yo with Eucalyptus honey, Bitters. . . . #theoldmansg #singapore #citynomad #worldbestbar #asias50best #world50bestbars #asiabestbar #barhopping #barinsingapore #foodandwine #foodart #cocktail #gastronomy #visitsingapore #kelbarscrawl #keltravelsforfood #gluttonytravellerinsg
Kel
6w
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| 🐔Refreshing Citrus Chicken Cutlet 。... ~ · Chicken Cutlet in Tiger Lemon Radler Sauce - $18 · No taste of Tiger Beer in the sauce but a hint of it in the batter. Lemon flavours are more prominent. Refreshing taste. Lack a bowl of rice though, so remember to order a few pieces of their awesome fried man tou! Must try their man tou seriously, so good · Tiger Street Lab Street Food by KEK Seafood Jewel Changi Airport @tigerbeersg @changiairport @jewelchangiairport
Jaden
5w
Marmite Chicken And Four Cheese Flatbread Support KEK seafood! Marmite Chicken, same great taste by Keng Eng Kee and flatbread pizzas by Timbre. Best of both worlds!
Colin
5w
Chilli Soft Shell Crab In the midst of all the crowds on Cloud9 Piazza at level 5 of Jewel Changi Airport was a beer corner that served Tiger beer. Other than grabbing a pint of beer or two (maybe even more), they offered some fancy beer grub to pair with the beer they serve. The Chilli Soft Shell Crab (S$15.00) was not the most favourable in terms of serving portion, as there were only two halves of soft shell crabs on the dining table. The chilli crab sauce was a tad watery, so while the sauce could coat the seafood well by dipping, it was difficult to cover the Mantou well. In fact, those who liked a little more sauce could consider adding on another portion of sauce at S$2.00. Surprisingly, I was more than pleased with their fried Mantou. While it might be an ordinary bun tossed into oil, the bun just tasted nice with a golden crispy exterior. The shop was located right beside Privé which took up the seats nearer to the HSBC Rain Vortex, so if you desired to watch the light shows while “da”-ing your beer, be advised that you’ll probably not be able to.
Siming
6w
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