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Turkey Bacon & Scrambled Egg Pancakes It took about a 15- to 20-minute wait for this to be served after ordering. Their Turkey Bacon & Scrambled Egg Pancakes (S$18.90) was one of the three savoury pancake options that one would consider for an all-day breakfast. To be brutally honest, the wait was just a prelude to the bigger disappointment that came next. Without the soufflé puffiness, their classic pancakes was really ordinary in flavours (I quote the diners from my adjacent table commenting that this was comparable to fast food standard), and it did not help that the turkey bacon lacking crispiness and were served cold, and the scrambled egg was somehow tasteless. I probably would not be the only one who would think that this item did not match its price point. Somewhere out there, there were diners who seemed pretty satisfied with their Tiramisu Pancakes. That might be something I would try if I were to come back for them.
Siming
3h
Premium Pancakes Soufflé pancakes were not new to the local culinary scene, but these from Gram were quite special. Originated from Osaka, these S$17.90 pancakes were airy, fluffy and every piece were said to be 4cm thick. Slightly leaning when stacked, the wobbly pancakes also came with maple syrup, freshly-whipped cream and a dome of special butter. On its own, the pancakes could melt in the mouth with little floury taste; with the toppings, the pancakes became further enriched with sweet, buttery and silky notes. While Gram was clever to use the limited portions to create the hype (one month on and the queue would still form for the Premium Pancakes), I was not impressed by the tightly-packed tables and the slow service, as this item was served 15 minutes later than the initially-promised time of 8.00pm (not forgetting a one-hour wait before that). The likelihood of coming back for this was questionable, as there were other restaurants out there that offered cheaper options, and much possibly a shorter wait.
Siming
1d
French Toast w/ Chocolate & Bananas This was okay only I guess... some cafes in SG can do better. But I kind of preferred the toppings that came along with this to the premium pancakes, though I didn’t enjoy the taste of the french toast.
Monkey
3d
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High Tea Set ($18.80++) The high tea platter consists of prawn and crab sliders, sweet potato with quino salad, strawberry éclair, gentlemen designed red velvet cake and assorted scones. It comes with a pot of tea of your choice. Personally, I enjoyed the scones the most. Scones was served warm and moist with chocolates bit and raisins. Nice! The rest are pretty average.
Shirley
5w
seasonal lamb chop w mint jus ~~~ the miso mash potatoes were creamy and savoury which were delightful. the lamb was a tad too fatty for my liking but it was well seasoned and prepared so it wasn’t too gamey which i appreciated. decent but not one of their best dishes
Calida Aurelia Soh
11w
Cheese Baked Lobster And Scallop Rice Was torn between ordering this load of cheesy goodness versus a ‘healthier’ option of aglio olio. It seems pretty interesting to me that TCC has designated sections of the menu which are listed as healthier alternatives and provide caloric counts for those foods - would be great if they could expand that to the whole menu but that’s a pipe dream since they’re not a health food restaurant. This dish comes with brown rice, which I absolutely love. There’s more bite in brown rice and it holds its firmness more than white rice, but it’s usually harder to achieve a nice consistency as it takes longer to cook. Thankfully the brown rice was not undercooked, and each mouthful provided a slight nutty texture that paired well with the cheese. The curry sauce was quite watery, and a little dismal because the flavours didn’t come through much. I think they were going more for a Japanese curry taste but I couldn’t taste it at all in the midst of the cheese and the sauce just served to ‘wet’ my rice 😂 TCC didn’t stinge on the cheese, and it formed a thick layer on my baked rice. Interspersed in this cheesy layer were pieces of lobster and scallops. Not too sure if they’re really lobsters as the pieces were so tiny they looked and tasted more like hei bi but maybe they’re bits of slipper lobsters or something. The scallops were decent sized. Overall there was quite a lot of seafood within the cheese layer and I think it’s quite worth the amount paid, however, the sauce needs a bit of working on.
Melissa
20w
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Red Rice Veggie Bowl ($13) One of the chef’s recommendations on the menu that I’ve been eyeing and finally went ahead to try. This is basically atas fried rice that’s super delicious. The red rice is fried with pumpkin cubes, edamame, mushrooms, long beans and an egg, and you get to choose between roasted chicken or avocado to go with the carbs. I went with the roasted chicken breast, which wasn’t the most tender, but fortunately not dry nor tough to chew. I think it’s seasoned with mustard so the meat isn’t tasteless, and although it is just a teeny bit bland on its own, it goes well with the already-flavoured red rice. The portion of chicken given for $13 is substantial too - very value for money! I love the components in the red rice bowl - the red rice gives a lot more bite than regular white rice, plus it imparts a nutty flavour that’s so addictive. The edamame and long brand add some sweetness and a little crunch, whereas the sautéed mushrooms add an earthy flavour with some saltiness. The pumpkin cubes were harder than I’m used to, but they still worked in this case as they kept their form and didn’t disintegrate in the rice. Might’ve been even better if the pumpkin was softer, but overall I really enjoyed this fried red rice very much and have no complaints about my meal. Looks like I have to visit ABC more often to try more of their dishes and order this again!
Melissa
5w
Eggs & Avocado Open Face ($16) Choice of how you’d like your eggs done on two pieces of toast with sautéed mushrooms, bacon, cherry tomatoes and half an avocado. We went for scrambled today and ABC makes pretty good scrambled eggs that are fluffy and a little moist! Toast is done well as it’s super crispy on the outside while soft and chewy inside. The bacon and sautéed mushrooms are on point too. Overall, this is a very satisfying All-Day Breakfast that you can even enjoy for dinner. It’s also not too expensive at $16. Would recommend and would order again!
Melissa
5w
Side Salad (+$5 With Main Ordered) For $5 extra, you can zhng your meal at ABC with a soup, salad or fries. Many of the mains don’t have leafy vegetables in them so the side salad’s a good choice of add-on. At $5, it’s quite steep for a romaine lettuce base with capsicums, cherry tomatoes and cucumbers. Fortunately, there’s quite a good amount of feta cheese used which adds a refreshing saltiness to the salad. The vegetables are crisp and fresh, and there’s some dressing to round off the side. The dressing is a little like zesty Caesar and there’s a good amount that’s not stingy but also not overwhelming the salad leaves although personally I could’ve done without dressing thanks to the crumbled feta. Not bad for a meal add-on, just wish it were more affordable.
Melissa
5w
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Good Food, Good Service Recovery Had a delicious meal at Arbora perched on top of Mount Faber; they had a Mothers' Day promotion of a complimentary main course for mum with every 3 main courses ordered - perfect for our family of 4. They have both an outdoor (al fresco) & indoor (air-conditioned) area for dining; we opted for indoors because we are a sweaty family 😂 Our lunch was delicious & served fairly quickly; I was impressed. We had the Herb Roasted Half Chicken ($21++), Barramundi ($29++), Creamy Carbonara ($21++), Lobster Napoli ($28++), & Chempedak Bread & Butter ($13++). My favourites were the pastas; I felt they were delicious & of a good portion. Also pleased with the dessert as it is fairly unique & also tasty. Unfortunately there was a bit of a miscommunication at the end of our meal when we called for the bill (which took a while to settle) - nothing too dramatic, no tables were flipped. It was solved amicably after I gave my honest feedback. I was going to write this positive review anyway because this place deserves it; good food, sweet view, nice ambience & friendly service. But I must say that I am also impressed with their service recovery & sincerity. Special thanks to William who took the effort to call me even after I left with an explanation. I really appreciate it. If you intend to dine here in the month of May, make your reservation on Chope & use the code CD5AB to get 300 extra Chope$. Don't say bojio 😎 If you drive, they have complimentary valet service if you spend $60 on food, which is an added bonus. 💳 Accepts credit cards 🌬 Air-conditioned seats available ☀ Al fresco seats available 🖥 Accepts reservations - I used Chope
Emily
9w
Rack of Lamb from the newly launched Arbora @onefabergroup A premium item in the menu, these charcoal-grilled lamb chops are sourced from Australia. Chef Kenny from Arbora has a knack for adding something unusual and unexpected to his recipe. Instead of mint jelly as a sauce for the lamb, he uses prune juice mixed with bell pepper and lemon. Check out the other food here: bit.ly/arborasg #DFDSP
Daniel
27w
The restaurant with a view, an escape from the city, and the place to experience hilltop dining with friends and family. Arbora @onefabergroup is literally perched atop a hill at Faber Peak Singapore, 100m above sea level, with stunning views of Sentosa Island and the harbour. This is one of the few places in Singapore where you can dine with family or a date and be surrounded by nature. It serves up classic Western fare, refreshing cocktails and botanical-inspired beverages. Look out for hearty food to share such as the Tomahawk Pork Rib, Fisherman’s Stew, Braised Beef Cheek, and Chilli Crab Potato Skins. Hungry already? bit.ly/arbora #DFDSP
Daniel
30w
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