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Strawberry Fairy Honey Toast with Homemade Cheesiato Well, it only made sense that Brown Sugar came up with some sweets to make its name sound more legit. On those days whereby the weather out there was crazy hot and all that was needed was an air-conditioned eatery to spend the afternoon, this might be something good to go with a low-sugar hot beverage. Consider getting their Strawberry Fairy Honey Toast (S$6.80) which included a stack of chunky toast cubes topped with homemade frothy cheese cream, strawberries, blueberries, Milo powder and honey drizzle. Not bad for a simple yet somewhat Instagrammable treat, plus for weekdays between 2.00pm and 6.00pm this would also come with a cup of coffee or tea. #BurppleEatup
Siming
14h
Prawn Laksa Noodle Available from around 11.30am onwards, one of the four main dishes of Brown Sugar was the Prawn Laksa Noodle (S$7.80), which was also claimed to be the Singapore classic. The ingredients included some large prawns, fish cake, “tau pok” and half a boiled egg, and the dish was garnished with chopped Laksa leaves. I was quite pleased with the freshness of the prawns as indicated by its crisp to every bite, and it seemed that the “lemak” flavour was quite there too. I would be even happier if the gravy tasted less diluted to accentuate the soul of a good bowl of Laksa. #BurppleEatup #BurppleBeyond
Siming
16h
Classic Toast Set Brown Sugar operates as early as 7.30am to nourish us with their rendition of traditional breakfast. Their Classic Toast Set (S$4.80) was available in 9 possible combinations, and what I tried was their Crispy Brown Sugar Toast Set A2 which came with Kaya butter toast, a cup of coffee or tea and two half-boiled eggs. I admit that I did not do justice to the toast, as it had lost its crisp after neglecting it for 20 minutes or so, which probably also suggested that it should be eaten hot on the spot for the best experience. Coffee, on the other hand, tasted sweet and did not capture the aromatic essence of traditional local cuppa. That said, if the price were halved using Burpple Beyond, this portion of breakfast could possibly position Brown Sugar on the competitive edge along this belt of food haven. #BurppleEatup #BurppleBeyond
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Underrated Gem Food here is so good! We ordered the sotong with kicap manis and chilli crab tofu with soft shell crab.
Vevien
5d
🎅🏻🤶🏻Santa Claus's Traveling to the East now🎄🎄 Another🎉GIVEAWAY🎁 happening right now!! ~ {{2 Winners will be Selected & each will walk away with A Bowl of Hurry! Hurry! Chicken Curry w/ Charcoal You Tiao}} * 🎈How to Take Part🎈 1. 💛Like this post💛 2. Follow @cliffton_jt & @goodtimeeatdrink 3. Tag one friend in your comment below (Multiple entries allowed to increase chances of winning) **Bonus entries if you repost my post & tag me. * Contest ends 15th December 2018, 2359hrs, Applicable to those residing in Singapore only. Winner will be notified by DM. Good luck!! * Alternatively if you are a Curry Lover and cant wait for the giveaway to end! You can also really be HURRY to enjoy their Ka Li Ji with the [PROMO CODE] Quote | HURRYCHICKEN2 | to get a 10% off all items in Ala Carte Menu *except drinks, desserts and alcohol* Promo ends 31 Dec 9:30pm!!
Choo
1w
While everyone think that you could only have Good Time Eating in the East while Drinking at the West. ~ You are totally ✖WRONG❌! You can now enjoy Good Food & Beverages at just one place and they are situated at the FarFarFar of East and somewhere along the Coast😂😂 ~ In the Hood of East Coast, Chef/Owner Nicholas & his wife Chef Vanessa open up a Kitchen Bistro with a Burning Passion of Recreating Asian Menu/Recipes w/ a twist of Local Signature Favourite😋😋 * Here goes the few dishes that I have tried: Hurry! Hurry! Chicken Curry ~ $12.90 | Chicken Thigh | Potato | Homemade Curry Gravy | Charcoal You Tiao | --- Slow Braised Pork Belly ~ $15.90 | Pork Belly | Five Spice Soy Sauce | --- Sticky Shiok Sotong ~ $17.90 | Fresh Squid | ✒Homemade Kicap Manis | --- Chilli Full of Crab Tofu ~ $19.90 | Crispy Beancurd | Homemade Chili Crab Gravy | Fresh Crabmeat | Deep Fried Soft Shell Crab | --- Fragrant Leek Flower ~ $11.90 | Salted Fish | Garlic | --- Good Time Carbonara ~ $13.90 | Alfredo Sauce | Mee Pok | Bacon | Shitake | --- Salted Fish Vongole Aglio ~ $15.90 | Spaghetti | Olive Oil | Fresh Clam | Salted Fish | Garlic | Chilli Padi | * 📍Address: Good Time Eat Drink 889 East Coast Road Singapore (459092) ~ ☎️Contact: (+65) 6242 0495 ~ 🛎Operating Hours: 1100 -- 2359 Daily
Choo
2w
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For muah chee that's worth all the hype Kudos to the uncle who persisted in making muah chee the traditional way - by pinching off the muah chee pieces from the main bowl with his hands, instead of utilising a pair of scissors and tongs. Is there a difference in texture? Not quite, as I found it equally chewy and bouncy as some other stalls. But what stood out was the flavour - both the peanut and sesame coating aren't jarringly sweet, and there was a nice, subtle fragrance in each piece of muah chee. Most importantly, I could feel the amount of hard work and love that goes into each plate. The muah chee is sold according to size — Small ($2.50), Medium ($3.50) or Large ($5.50).
Wan Ling
1d
👉Peanut & Black Sesame Muah Chee👈 This traditional snack is Singaporean’s version of Japanese mochi. Every order is physically prepared by hand-stretching the glutinous rice dough before pinching piece by piece off with fingers and rolling them into small balls. They are finally dipped in fragrant scallion oil and tossed with grounded peanuts or black sesame. I must say this is by far the best I had, so much more tender than the ones sold in night markets. Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Mr Digester
3w
Hougang 6 Miles Famous Muah Chee. Located at 480 Lorong 6, Toa Payoh # B1-01, HDB Hub Gourmet Paradise Food Court, Singapore 310480. Small 1 pax $2.50, Medium 2 pax $3.50, Large 3 pax $5.50. We ordered medium size and totally regretting because it’s so mouth-watering!! Totally brings back those wonderful childhood memories of Pasar malam yummy Muah chee! It’s so hard to find nowadays so I’ve given up eating it... until I found them!! We love both their black sesame & peanuts, super fine and absolutely fragrant!! Texture of the Muah chee was just perfect!! Indeed hidden in a gem, definitely an awesome Muah Chee! So pick ur side, Black Sesame or Peanut? 😋 #hungryunicornsg #hougang6milesmuahchee #hougangmuahchee #muahchee #bestchildhood
HungryUnicorn
8w
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The next favourite of the night is the Braised Wagyu beef cheek and Alaskan cod. The tender beef cheeks absorbs the rich flavours of the braising sauce and melts in the mouth like butter. On the other hand, the mild and delicate of the cod is a perfect match with the luscious beef cheeks. . The Surf & Turf Buffet dinner will be only available from Monday to Thursday, 6.30pm to 10.00pm. At S$80.00+ per person and with a 1-For-1 deal, indulgence has never been so affordable. . Read on foodgem.sg/food/hotels/window-park-1-1-surf-turf-dinner/ . Thanks @phuayx for the review. . Where to dine? Window on the Park 11 Cavenagh Rd 02-00 Holiday Inn Orchard City Center, 229616
Rachel
9w
Amidst the wide array of selection at the buffet, 2 star dishes won our hearts. Simple and familiar to all, the Nasi Goreng Istimewa is a flavourful dish that warms the soul. Every mouthful packs a punch, thanks to the mixture of spices with a prominent hint of spiciness. This makes it the perfect dish to have for break fast. . The buffet at Window on the Park is available from 15 May to 14 June 2018. . Ramadan Iftar Dinner Buffet from 6:30PM to 10PM. . Dinner(Monday to Sunday) S$85++ per adult, S$25 per child (6 to 12 years old) . Read on foodgem.sg/food/halal/ramadan-dining-2018 . Thanks @rachtrq for the review. 😊 . Where to dine? Window on the Park 11 Cavenagh Rd #02-00 Holiday In Orchard City Center, 229616
Rachel
29w
1️⃣ Kuih Bingka Ubi. Baked tapioca cake with gula melaka. . 2️⃣ Pulut Hitam Kueh Salat. Smooth pandan custard layered atop of chewy grains of purple glutinous rice . 3️⃣ Rainbow lapis. . @holidayinnsporeorchardcityctr Ramandan Iftar Dinner Buffet at Window on the Park available daily from 15 May to 14 Jun 2018, 6.30pm to 10pm at $85.00++ per adult, $25.00++ per child (6 to 12 years old). . Enjoys a 1 for 1 buffet dinner for OCBC credit card holders. . 📸 @whatjeanneats . Tasting Hosted by @holidayinnsporeorchardcityctr . Location: Window on the Park, Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre, 11 Cavenagh Road, Singapore 229616 . #ramandanbuffet #burpple #burpplesg #halalcertified
Joe
29w
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[Folklore] - The Opar Ayam ($24) is known to be originated from Indonesia. The kampong chicken is cooked in a non-spicy blend of wet spices, ground cumin and coriander until fragrant. It is rich and hearty dish with tender chicken pieces. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2018/08/folklore-destination-singapore-beach.html . Folklore Destination Singapore Beach Road (Beside Golden Mile Complex) 700 Beach Road Level 2 Singapore 199598 Tel: +65 66792900 Nearest MRT: Nicoll Highway (CC Line) Opening Hours: Daily: 12pm - 230pm, 6pm - 930pm
SG
1w
“White Debal” ($42++) - One Of The New Dishes In The Upcoming Christmas Menu (Available From 14th December) M E D I A T A S T I N G I have long been a fan of Chef Damian’s uncompromising and robustly flavoured dishes. That and his encyclopedic knowledge in the culinary heritage of the Peranakans and Eurasians. So happy I got a good helping of both at the media tasting for Folklore’s Christmas Menu to be launched on 14th December. The “White Debal” ($42++) was one of my two top dishes from that evening. It is essentially the popular Eurasian dish of “Curry Devil” but prepared with a white meat like chicken or turkey. I had a piece of thigh meat and it was cooked just right and tasted delicious. The highlight in this for me though had to be the housemade “achar”. Those pickled carrots, cucumber, whole garlic cloves and shallots gave the thick “rempah” punch and were so addictive to munch on.
Veronica
1w
From The Upcoming Christmas Menu: Eurasian Pork Vindaloo ($35++) M E D I A T A S T I N G Ask anyone who has ever picked my brains to recommend a Peranakan restaurant and they will tell you my answer was “Folklore”. The reason being my palate has always found Chef Damian D’Silva’s cooking very agreeable. At the media tasting of their Christmas Menu, we got to try a few new items as well as a couple from the past festive menu that‘ve been included due to popular demand. One of the two dishes I enjoyed most was the “Eurasian Pork Vindaloo”. It has its roots in Goa, and is piquantly spicy and tangy thanks to the vinegar added in with the garlic, ginger, turmeric, dry chillies and brandy. Traditionally, the meat of choice is pork ribs but Chef Damian followed his grandfather’s recipe that calls for bone-in pork chop instead. I think it’s smart as it makes it really inviting for you to eat with your hands which of course, is always fun. By the way, every dish on the Christmas Menu can be ordered for takeaway for $3 more and 5 working days’ notice period. So if you aren’t in the mood to cook or have a potluck event to attend, there’s Folklore to the rescue! 😄
Veronica
1w
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