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🎶PORKemon! Gotta catch em’ all~🎶 . It is upcycling game strong with @strangersreu PORK and Broccoli ($21.90++)! ✅ Both the name and looks of the dish may look unassuming but this was a pleasant surprise - a case of under-promise and over-deliver. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 . Far from the impression that broccoli stems are extremely tough & unpleasant, these are steamed & slow-roasted to impart a highly manageable good bite while locking in its natural sweetness. 😋😋😋 The chef has certainly done a great job in turning this raw ingredient that is usually discarded into something really pleasant! I will never look at broccoli stem the same way I did! 💯 . The star of the dish has got to be the pork collar ends! ⭐⭐⭐ Judging from its thick cut/size, I was expecting a really tough chunk of meat but my worries were totally uncalled for! 👌🏻 Being a less popular cut as it has a tougher texture, these are sous-vided before roasting, resulting in a huge pinkish chunk of meat with slits of juicy fats that is pull-apart tender. 💕 . Laid on some broccoli puree, drizzled with coffee shoyu & burnt onion jus, everything was on point for this dish for me. ✔ So good that it kept me wanting more! 😍😍😍
serene
1w
🎶No heels, no shirt, no skirt, all I’m in is just SKIN~🎶 . Are you like me, always itching for a nibble when you settle down at a café? If you answered yes, Strangers’ Reunion will please you with their Salmon Skin Chips ($11.90++)! 😍😍😍 . As much as many of us love fish skin snacks, did you know that fish skin is often discarded at restaurants/cafés? 😱 To me, these are almost the best part of the fish - as good as the flesh itself! 💕So wasted to have them thrown away! . Fortunately, Strangers’ Reunion holds the view as me - they have given this raw ingredient a whole new lease of life by making them a star on the table! ⭐⭐⭐ Featuring sizeable salmon skin deep-fried to the perfect crisp, topped with coffee-smoked salmon puree, avocado coulis & sesame aioli, this dish just screams umami. 💯 . Those with a strong palate would love the smoked salmon puree as it was especially flavourful! 😋😋😋 Certainly stole the show for me. The more neutral & creamy avocado & aioli played a complementary role. 👍🏻 Wished the nutty flavours of the sesame aioli was more prominent though, as it kind of tasted like ordinary mayo to me. . Warning, this is really ADDICTIVE! 🤤🤤🤤 I simply couldn’t stop munching! 🐷
serene
1w
Strangers Breakfast I haven’t been here in a long time and the menu doesn’t seem to have changed a bit haha. I got a Strangers Breakfast and it was yummy! It has toasted brioche, scrambled eggs, tomatoes, potatoes, crispy bacon, a sausage and a mini salad. I really liked the sausage and the scrambled eggs 😋😋
Ethel
1w
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Good Coffee, Nice Ambience Ordered a hot cappuccino ($6.50 large- 2 shots) and banana bread with espresso butter. ($10 for 3 slice) Coffee was good - strong, creamy and fragrant. So good that I bought their white cold brew to go. Banana bread is toasted and more bread like than cake like. Not the best banana bread but not bad - the butter saves the day as the bread itself is not too buttery/rich and cake like so it goes well with the butter. Will definitely go back for the coffee, ambience and will try out the cakes/pastry the next time. They look good
Ting
3w
👉Quinoa w Deep Fried Halibut👈 Sautéed Quinoa, Halibut, Yellow Zucchini, Brussels Sprouts, Roasted Almonds, Kale, Cherry Tomato Confit 。 Tucked away in the Jalan Besar district of Singapore, @cshhcoffee which means to “flourish again”, was home to several metal and hardware companies of the past. Today, it is home to @papapalheta, housing the Roastery, CSHH Coffee Bar and C-Platform. 。 The different components of the dish came together to deliver a delicious harmony of flavours and textures. But if I have to nitpick, my only gripe would be the crunchy slab of Halibut was kinda dry. 。 P.S. Their Nitro Black Matter was really potent 🤣. Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Mr Digester
4w
| 🥯 Time for Weekend Brunch 。... ~ · Papa’s Breakfast - $19 · Serving up some standard brunch items such as chicken sausage, portobello mushrooms, eggs, hash brown & the must have sourdough toast. Choice of eggs includes scrambled, sunny side up, over easy, sous vide. Some rocket & cherry tomato confit by the side to balance the dish. Great place to grab a few friends to dine and catch up · Chye Seng Huat @cshhcoffee
Jaden
8w
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Ultimate Croissant, Pulled Pork & Avocado Eggs Benedict, Honey Paprika Wings It’s been awhile since I’ve been here so I was worried if the food were still up to standard, but this place doesn’t disappoint! This is evident by the sizeable crowd even at 2pm. Would recommend the Ultimate Croissant and Paprika Wings.
HS
1w
Who doesn't love eggs benedict and hollandaise sauce? Thinking about the runny egg yolk atop the Crab Cake Benedict we had. Lola’s Cafe Address: 5 Simon Road, Singapore 545893 #lolascafesg #sgcafe
Cassie
5w
Worth the Hype Crispy Wings ($10) Crab Cake Benedict ($18) Pork & Avocado Eggs Benedict ($15) Basil Pesto Mushroom Toast + Pork Sausage ($17) Baileys Affogato ($6) Iced Latte ($5.2) We came here on Saturday afternoon and this place is packed with people. We reached around 12:30pm and queued about 30 mins before we could get in. So, make sure to come early if you decide to go to this cafe. Generally, all their food is good but our favourites are their crispy wings, pork avocado & eggs ben and baileys affogato (coffee with bits of chocolate topped with ice cream, yumz). After lunch, we also ordered some tarts (not shown on the photo): Lemon Meringue ($5.6) and Chocolate Seasalt Tart ($5.6). Their lemon tart is just what I like, not the sweet kind and more towards the sour type and the crust has just the right amount of thickness. Chocolate tart has the perfect balance of sweet, bitter and a hint of saltiness. Recommended to try 👍🏼 Food: 8/10 Ambience: 7/10 Total damage: $25/pax
Sherlyn
6w
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Shiok Maki the mother of all maki!! we keep going back for this and the standard is always there! really shiok!
Jen
2d
This is by far one of my favourite combination - unagi on a bed of tamago egg sizzling away on a hotplate! This particular dish holds a lot of meaning to me. My mum used to bring my brother and I to this Japanese eatery at the basement of Bugis Junction when we were in primary school. As I was young and ignorant back then, I was unable to appreciate good Japanese food. Hence, I always ate the "safe" option - sushi. After a while, something clicked in me and I decided to try a new dish, which was unagi with tamago egg served on a hotplate. It was the best thing I have tried at that age, and I converted to a fan of Japanese cuisine since then 😂 After a while, the eatery either closed down or moved away. My single regret was that we did not take note of the name of the eatery (as we did not expect it to close), and so, were unable to locate it after it disappeared 😔 When I tried this dish at Koh Grill's, I felt that I was immediately transported back to my primary school days, where I cultivated my love for Japanese cuisine. The combination of the unagi and fluffy egg emanates a certain fragrance and explosion of flavour that invokes a sense of nostalgia within me. It might not have been from the same store or cooked by the same chef, but it was enough to spark my memory of how my love for Japanese cuisine began. The ANTicipated scale ⚖ 👅Flavour: 9 ants 💰Value: 7.5 ants 📍Convenience: 7 ants
Anne
5w
Shiok Maki, Gen 1 ($16.80) - Definitely not an ordinary maki roll. Assembled with premium ingredients like salmon, unagi and tobiko which blend perfectly with one another. Their house made secret sauce was rich and creamy, with a tinge of sweetness which I suspected that mayo was part of the ingredient. The last touch of aburi added the charred flavor. This dish may be a little jelat for one, so do share! Do try out their salmon belly soup too!
Boon Keng
6w
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today’s lunch with my cousin at Oriole, used my burpple beyond 1-for-1!! it can be used to redeem breakfast, salad or pasta at oriole~ we got the espresso pancake & salmon rosti to share. — 1) espresso pancake - giant pancake with granola, sunflower seeds, fruits, maple syrup & espresso orange butter. was a little disappointed bc the espresso orange butter tasted like the cream between a khong guan lemon biscuit? no coffee taste at all leh... the pancake itself was buttery, chewy & not too sweet. altho i was disappointed by the butter, this dish was still good as a brunch item. 2) salmon rosti - the rosti was crispy and thin like noodles, i think they were put through a spiraliser 🤔 the smoked salmon wasn’t too salty which was a good thing, and the sour cream was milky! i’m starting to fall for sour cream 😍 — overall this place had a good impression for me, the food was good, free water was delicious (had lemon & orange infused in them) & they have a wide range of interesting dishes. (i want to try the fish tacos ahhhh) their prices are quite high but worth it with the 1-for-1! we each paid $9+! will recommend this place to friends & family!
ash
1w
Capellini Crabmeat 1 for 1 deal, flavour was good, my friend liked it a lot and cleaned the plate. $26
WenD
3w
Fully loaded With Spicy Pork Sausage So Good 1 for 1 deal, taste wise is great, did poached eggs and they were nicely cooked! potato slightly dry, and no taste but good with the sausage and the bacon as that’s on the slightly too salty side (in my opinion), but the spicy kick is great (medium, able to handle spice level). $22
WenD
3w
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