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Hot 100 2019
Featured In 2 Guides
Grilled River Prawns Had the curry mussels pasta ($18), seabass pasta ($20) and roasted prawns ($16) but as the first two have been extensively reviewed, will share about the prawns. Deliciously sweet and tender flesh of the crustaceans complemented by a very yummy japanese-inspired nori cilantro butter and housemade shio kelp. The smokey bbq flavour added the perfect finish to these prawns. Was told by the server that the prawns we had were a bit smaller than usual but found them still fresh and oh so yummy. Only regret is that there weren't more of them. Overall a great experience with fresh farm-to-table seafood, inventive yet local/ comfortable taste palate, and friendly service! 👍👍👍👍
rule
7h
Black Grouper ($26) Canto style (like wedding dish!!) with lala and sweet potato noodles. Simple and classic, our fave out of the 4 mains we ordered!! #burpplebeyond
SG
23h
Curry Mantou I personally have been to scaled a few times and I am never disappointed so i am here to write my thoughts on each dish I had and where I felt it did well and where it was lacking. Personally I feel like this could be a signature by itself. The pairing of the deep fried mantou dipped into just one of the best curries I have had. There is only one word for it. That is SHIOK. 3 additional buns come for an additional 2 dollars which is simply affordable. The mussels were fresh and tasted absolutely delightful. 9.5/10 only because nobody’s perfect but this dish is pretty darn close.
The Picky
3d
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Amazing Wagyu beef, highly recommended! 1 for 1, 7-course meal at $78++. Boyfriend really really enjoyed the Wagyu Marble score 7-8 Tri tip and the Char Siew (beef ribs)! It was tender, juicy and flavorful. We were served a small serving of passionfruit sorbet to clear our palette which really helped before the REAL DEAL - Wagyu beef steak. Creme brulee foie gras tasted interesting. Loved the choc lava cake too, though would prefer if there's no raspberry within. Pretty small place hence reservation is highly recommended. Ambience can be nicer but it does get cozier at night.
Katty
1d
7 Courses 7 courses of mostly meat. Main course was disappointing as the meat cut was tough & chewy. Ok for 1for1 but doubt will go back there again.
Adel
2d
Delicious Dinner Mid week dinner date at fat belly, ordered sauteed thyme mushroom and truffle fries for a start. Onglet and Deckle as the main dishes and Foie Gras Panna Cotta to end off the dinner. The mushrooms, personally I like it especially when there is onion mixed in them. Tasted delicious with that combination. As for the truffle fries, the amount of fries being served is generous. Here comes the main dish for the night, I ordered the wagyu deckle while my dinner date ordered Onglet both medium rareness it's just nice for us as it's not too bloody. Personally i prefer the Onglet more as its more meaty and less fatty. Well that's personal taste preference, if you like more juicy steak the deckle will suit your taste buds. The beef is being cooked over charcoal and has a charred taste, which I really like it a lot. Had Foie Gras Panna Cotta for dessert, personally I would prefer foie gras on it's own and not being an ingredient for dessert. It comes with fig sorbet with almond crumble which I like more than the Foie Gras Panna Cotta. They do have an open kitchen concept where u can watch the food being prepared and plated before it's being served to you from the bar counter seating. Reservation is a must as it is a very small restaurant and it fills up quickly after it opens for business. Do take note that they are going through a two week renovation soon, do call and check before you make a trip there. Definitely will visit again for the 7 course!
Bowei
5d
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Cured Trout (Price: $24++) I only managed to visit @cheek.sg three days ago, a few months after it subtly shapeshifted into a bistro. To me, the intangible but undeniably present qualities that have remained of #cheekbyjowlsg is Chef-owner Rishi Naleendra’s unique take and elegant execution of choice produce and ingredients as evidenced by the new dishes on the menu, and his wife Manuela’s disarming smile and relaxed hospitality which makes everyone immediately feel at home (she has quite the knack of changing your mind about a midday glass of wine too). I may have missed Chef Rishi that day (he’s busy getting his new restaurant on Amoy Street ready for the scheduled opening in mid July), but I saw Chef Alan more than capably holding the fort with the team during the lunch hour rush. Although my friend and I had already ordered a few dishes including the barramundi for ourselves, we were surprised by chef with the house-cured trout shown above. You can bet we were only too happy to give it a try and yes, it revealed itself to be most delicious. The layer of very fine black olives was a delightful savoury foil to the clean-tasting fish. Even more so when whooshed through the light almond cream, and interspersed with bites of the crisp, cool shaved fennel. Needless to say, the plate was as clean as a whistle by the time we were done.
Veronica
1d
This Burrata Is A Must Try ($26++) My hands-down favourite from my spontaneous lunch at Cheek Bistro. I literally went “Wow!” when I took my first bite. Though surprising, the micro herbs and crispy fried shallots went amazingly well with the creamy cheese and fresh, juicy heirloom tomatoes. What however, elevated the dish to become nothing short of spectacular was the addition of fermented green chilli. It brought an eye-opening tropical sultriness of heat, tang and intoxicating aroma that was completely unexpected but made total sense because when I had a mix of everything in my mouth, it tasted unspeakably perfect.
Veronica
2d
Waffle with Chicken Liver Parfait ($9) What is possibly the most instagrammed of all the items on Cheek Bistro’s menu so far, the Waffle with Chicken Liver Parfait also tastes as good as everyone says. I loved it most when I bit into the parts of the light, crunchy waffle that hid more of the sweet date jam (it‘s under the supremely light and creamy clouds of chicken liver). The pickled mustard seeds is an ingenious touch as it brought a little extra texture and burst of flavour to each bite.
Veronica
3d
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Tagliaette with Pan Seared Abalone Nestled in One Fullerton, Forlino has a decent view of the skyline but the windows were kinda foggy. Came to utilised our Burpple Beyond one for one before the deal expires on 30 Jun 2019. Ordered the Tagliaette with Pan Seared Abalone ($48). The Tagliaette was quite disappointing. It is supposed to be done with black garlic and parma ham essence but the flavour was flat. The abalone was very sweet though. We ordered the special white chocolate panna cotta with white asparagus. Can't comment on the asparagus but the white chocolate panna cotta was really well done. The white chocolate was not overly sweet and it was easy to finish the whole dessert. A sweet touch to the end of the meal.
Emma
5d
Homemade Foccacia We were served homemade Foccacia St Forlino. The bread is crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside. Comes with three different types of butter, olive, herbs and I forgot the last one, sorry! Nonetheless, it is worth the calories for sure 😉
Emma
5d
Great Food But Service Could Be Better Had a pretty amazing dinner here, food was truly exceptional, especially with the white asparagus pairing during its season. The buratina was amazing and fresh, the homemade bread provided didn't disappoint, as well as its selection of butter. The seasonal tagliolini from its white asparagus menu was the creme de la creme, I couldn't fault it in any way. Ok, maybe it's presentation could be better However as much as the food should be in the spotlight, the service dulled our mood a little towards the end. We were misinformed about the 1for1 promo extending to its appetisers and when we feedback the issue to one of the waiters, her response was nonchalant and merely brushed off what we said by cutting our sentence short. Pity, it would have been a perfect meal.
Kenyon
1w
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Roasted Whole Pork Knuckle ($31.90++) With everything ranging from writing to reading to exercising to even perhaps the mighty act of waking up becoming a chore as of late, there is no doubt that even the narcissistic demi-god of unparalleled genius in the art of food reviews (@thintbites) requires a kick to bring his dismantled soul together as one again. The aforementioned kick can be labelled simply as food, or rather the prospect of novelty in the food culture of this island. Enter Paulaner Bräuhaus, a namesake restaurant boasting a spacious interior that was indeed reminiscent of a grand tavern in the heart of the land of automobiles. - Hailing as Singapore’s only German microbrewery and restaurant, Paulaner Bräuhaus was a first for me. Indeed, the Bavarian hospitality that was promised came through in their food and atmosphere. The table started with some finger food of sorts through their Paulaner Trio “Light” ($13.90++), with lightly pungent sticks of Emmental cheese, a Bavarian cheese spread (“Obazda”) and another herbaceous cream cheese spread. - It is worth noting that their mains are substantial, and I mean REALLY filling. As such, our group simply ordered two main dishes which I’m proud to say sated our hunger rather well. Their Roasted Whole Pork Knuckle ($31.90++) was a chunk of pure carnivorous desire with a crackling exterior and tender pull-apart meat that turned every forkful into pure greasy bliss. We also went for their Original Veal Schnitzel ($29.90++), a thin veal escalope served with sautéed baby potatoes and a wonderfully complimentary cranberry dip that proved well for the entire meal. - If you’re looking for a place with hearty, rich and bold German cuisine in the concrete jungle surrounding the Fountain of Wealth, look no further than Paulaner Bräuhaus. On a totally different note, this picture further exemplifies the point that Samsung cameras are arguably better at taking pictures of food than Apple.
Thint
4d
Tropical Wheat Tropical Wheat (S$8.80 per bottle) to counter that tropical heat. This limited edition beer was recommended by the waitress before the beer would be available on tap from 9 May 2019 onwards, at S$16.80 a pint. The taste profile of the beer was hoppy and citric, with quite a low bitterness and carried some sweetness. It reached a point where I almost thought I was downing a liquified version of a chicken chipolata, or maybe I was just too hungry. But the good news was that given its lightness, I thought it was very easy to drink, with or without food on the table. But I guess the perfect pairing would be with their seasonal white asparagus which would be rolled out any time now.
Siming
6w
Roasted Whole Pork Knuckle A main course like this Roasted Whole Pork Knuckle (S$31.90) would be seemingly too large a portion for dinner, but it was worth every cent of it if you were a roasted pork knuckle person like me. The chef would be more than happy to help you debone the roast for easier consumption, but despite having quite a fine balance of crispiness and tenderness, be prepared to send your jaws for an extensive exercise if you would choose this. But the goodness did not stop at the meat. Along with the dish also came a generous portion of Sauerkraut, and that really helped to cleanse away the greasiness a fair bit while at the same time also tasted great (one of the best Sauerkrauts I had taken so far). The “ball” that accompanied the dish was a Bavarian bread dumpling, which was also delicious because of its buttery richness, but I came to realisation in the middle of the meal that if I were to empty the plate all by myself, I would probably have a digestion problem. So the best way to enjoy this meal without fearing of overeating, would probably be to share it with two or more people, so that the other dining buddies would order something “lighter” for everyone to potluck: a food strategy best executed with Burpple Beyond in hand. #BurppleBeyond
Siming
6w
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