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Worth The Money? Really enjoyed the food here although it was quite expensive for the portion. In my opinion it’s definitely worth to try it once as it’s one of the best peranakan food I’ve tasted. 6.0/10
eatpraylove
15w
Resplendent As Ever Malcolm has come a long way way since Neil Road and it absolutely shows. We tried the Omakase menu and it was a joy. A little pricey, but worth every single penny. This Buah Keluak ice cream was as good as I ever remember it. Other notable mentions was the Assam Squid, Winged Bean Salad, Lamb Kebab and the Wagyu Rendang. Good job Candlenut. Will definitely be back.
Bertrand
34w
Westholme Intercostal Rib Rendang with Serunding and Turmeric leaf ($32++). I've always been a fan of Candlenut, and it's the place I always recommend my overseas friends to include in their list of fine dining restaurants, in order to taste a slice of Singapore that's very rare outside of Southeast Asia. And Peranakan food's unique blend of Chinese, Malay and other Southeast Asian flavours exactly reflects the cultures we have in Singapore. 🔸 The rendang we have at Candlenut was very fragrant and lemak with strong emphasis on coconut milk. It's actually not too spicy and it's mildly sweet. And using Westholme @true_westholme, they've melded the wagyu's natural juices into the rendang, and all oil in the dish came from the wagyu's natural fats. This smooth rendang goes really well with the tender beef, so melty that they just fuse as one. 🔸 It's extremely addictive when taken with rice. I speak from my own experience, because I was crazy full even before I had this, but I still ate lots of rice with this dish. 🔸 🔸 [Hosted]
Justin
37w
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Beef Marmalade with House Pickles ($14). If you're here for the first time you'll probably be at a loss what to order, but two relatively inexpensive dishes are your safest bet - grissini ($12), and this. 🔸 It wasn't love at first bite, as I found it too sweet at first. But soon after I appreciated how well the sticky sweet beef mixture went with the crunchy acidic pickles. Served on crusty but fluffy sourdough toast, it was scrumptious towards the end. Needless to say, I'll order this again during my return visit. 🔸🔸 #foodphotography #burntends #fujixt3 #exploresingapore #burpple #singaporeinsiders #eatoutsg #foodiegram #sgfood #foodsg #instasg #foodstagram #instafood #instafood_sg #hungrygowhere #cafesg #foodgasm #sgfoodblogger #vscofood #sgig #cafehoppingsg #stfoodtrending #beefmarmalade #夜ごはん #jiaklocal #toast #tapas #beeflover #barfood #sgclub
Justin
3d
Bone Marrow Bun ($12++) I had not ordered this in more than a year so it was good to have it again. Nothing about it has changed. The Bone Marrow Bun is the same super-soft cushion of bun I remember, that still sports a few neat cuts into which rich bone marrow is generously gunked in. A really good choice if you are craving carbs but yearn for some meaty flavour too.
Veronica
5d
White Pepper Chicken Necks These precious little pieces of flesh are remarkably addictive. Smoky and tender from the grill, they are marinated in loads of pepper so they have a low-thrumming white heat that I relish.
Veronica
5d
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Craving for some Dim Sum? This Crispy Tiger Prawn Fritters Wrapped in Red Glutinous Rice Cheong Fun is from the revamped Crystal Jade Palace @crystaljadesg at Takashimaya. A unique dish that combines the crispy and the sticky. It takes a juicy Tiger prawn and mixes it with salted egg yolk, then made into a deep-fried fritter. This elaborate red-tinged prawn is then wrapped in a red glutinous rice cheong or thin rice noodle roll skin. The beauty is really in its centre, where the grainy salted egg yolk adds that element of surprise. bit.ly/crystaljadepalace
Daniel
4d
Chendol Ice Cream. I once had chendol ice cream onboard an SQ flight when I flew to Mumbai in 2013, and I've been missing it since. That bowl came with all the ingredients of chendol, but they used coconut ice cream instead of coconut milk. It was so good, so simple to create and I had wondered why nobody had done it. 🔸 Many years after, I had this version @crystaljadesg, and it was a dream come true, and in fact it was 100x better than what I had previously. It came with a scoop of gula melaka ice cream and two scoops of coconut ice cream, with that balance well thought out so that it's more milky than sweet, with strong fragrance coming from both gula melaka and coconut milk. Another clever addition was these crispy bits of crushed mille-feuille for texture. 🔸 I don't usually eat more than a scoop of ice cream. But that evening I finished all three scoops here 😋. 🔸🔸 [Tasting] #crystaljadesg #chendol #icecream #icecreamlover #jiaklocal #uncagestreetfood #sgfoodblogger #burpple #hungrygowhere #sgfood #foodsg #instasg #eatoutsg #sgig #instafood_sg #cafesg #cafehoppingsg #burpplesg #foodcoma #sgfoodies #singaporeinsiders #fujixt2 #stfoodtrending #foodiegram #sgfoodie #exploresingapore #sgfoodporn #makan #dessertporn #whati8today
Justin
0w
[Crystal Jade Palace] - Chendol with Coconut Ice Cream ($12.80). Inside the coconut husk, there are coconut gelato, chendol, grass jelly cubes and feuilletine shards. I like the idea and presentation, but somehow I didn't feel satisfied, especially if I am looking forward to a bowl of chendol dessert. I couldn't really enjoy the different components in the husk to associate it to the chendol dessert, as I ended up tackling the elements individually. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/07/crystal-jade-palace-ngee-ann-city.html . Crystal Jade Palace Ngee Ann City 391 Orchard Road #04-19 Singapore 238872 Tel: +65 67352388 Nearest MRT: Orchard (NS Line) Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 1130am - 3pm, 6pm - 1030pm Sat: 11am - 1030pm Sun & PH: 10am - 1030pm
SG
1w
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Wakaremi (part of lunch sushi omakase at $180++). We know chutoro and otoro, but there's also a very rare part of the tuna known as wakaremi. It's found near the fin of the tuna, and available only in very small quantities. Chef Tomo calls it the chateaubrian equivalent for tuna. It's a lean part of the tuna with little fibers, yet it's very soft and very rich. 🔸 Sushi Kimura serves sushi omakase, as well as omakase with other non-sushi dishes. At Kimura, you must go for non-sushi items as well, or better still go for all non-sushi dishes on Monday evenings. 🔸 #wakaremi #toro #sushikimura #foodphotography #fujifilm #burpple #sgjapfood #sgfoodies #sgfood #foodsg #instasg #foodstagram #instafood #instafood_sg #f52grams #hungrygowhere #sgfoodblogger #vscofood #sgig #sgjapanesefood #burpplesg #晩ごはん #夕ご飯 #和食 #omakase #sashimi #刺身 #おまかせ #seafood #sgrestaurant
Justin
17h
Miam Miam Intimate restaurant with a beautiful sushi counter made from ONE 150-yrs-old tree. Unless you’re a large group and need the private room, ask to sit at the counter and watch the two talented chefs at work - chef Tomoo Kimura and lady (yes, a real rarity, and she is most charming!) chef Akane Eno. The sashimi/sushi is among the best in Singapore (alongside the two Shinji’s, Ki-Sho, Ashino, Ginza sushi-Ichi, and in my opinion better than the overrated Shoukouwa). Dining at these establishments costs a fortune, so when you go, might as well splash out and opt for the most expensive omakase! Excellent sake list and pro-active service. On a subsequent visit, we had a family celebration (with small children) and took the private room. The service is as personal and the food as exquisite.
1w
Simple but Delish Chawanmushi (part of $250++ omakase) Intimate restaurant with a beautiful sushi counter made from ONE 150-yrs-old tree. Unless you’re a large group and need the private room, ask to sit at the counter and watch the two talented chefs at work - chef Tomoo Kimura and lady (yes, a real rarity, and she is most charming!) chef Akane Eno. The sashimi/sushi is among the best in Singapore (alongside the two Shinji’s, Ki-Sho, Ashino, Ginza sushi-Ichi, and in my opinion better than the overrated Shoukouwa). Dining at these establishments costs a fortune, so when you go, might as well splash out and opt for the most expensive omakase! Excellent sake list and pro-active service. On a subsequent visit, we had a family celebration (with small children) and took the private room. The service is as personal and the food as exquisite.
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Birthday Dinner With Family Very good food with excellent flavours and a good amount of food to keep you satisfied. Unfortunately their services leaves much to be desired. For the amount of money one pays for dinner there is no warmth or friendliness in the place. The acoustics of the restaurant are also poor- conversation is near possible if you are not shouting. Despite enjoying the food, I may not return.
Christine
1w
Dining at @metasingapore was a play with the senses and palate, much as Chef Sun would bring about Korean and Asian twists to classic French cuisines using seasonal ingredients. This was 1 dinner set that didn’t feature beef in its main course but featured Irish duck and lamb ribs instead. And we were wow-ed by how delicious duck could be, perfectly done with a beautiful pink and a crispy skin with juicy fats underneath. The Jeju abalone and Kinmedai courses were a celebration seafood, done on point with tenderness on the abalone and amazingly crispy skin on the fish. The Irish oyster was not to be missed too, with tasty sauces to accentuate the fresh and plump oyster enjoyment. Every dish was an exploration adventure. Even the Melon dessert with nitro-frozen yoghurt and Makgeolli, and the surprise appearance by shaved truffle on the Buckwheat Tuile dessert. With a top-up for wine-pairing, the whole dining experience was elevated to another level of pleasure. Highly recommended if you do enjoy some wine with food.
I makan
5w
Another amazing fish dish by @metasingapore. 3rd time this year, and everytime the fish is prepared differently! All 7 of us thoroughly enjoyed the meal that night! #ladiesnight #dinner Dinner 5-course $148++ 7-course $188++ Oyster additional $10++ . . . #metasingapore #michelinguide #michelinguideSG #burpple #topsingaporerestaurants
Caecilia
16w
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5 Course Lunch ($108++) It's been a while since I've really fallen in love with any restaurant but I think Nouri comes close. I first enjoyed Chef Ivan Brehm's cooking at Bacchanalia, but now without having to be restricted to a fixed genre he creates magic with his "crossroads cuisine". Expect big bold flavours, balanced by skilful use of herbs and acid. For my 5 course tasting menu (lunch), the first 3 courses were seafood based (hirame ceviche, carabinero prawn, acaraje fritter on crabmeat) , and the main was a meat (wagyu beef). I actually enjoyed the seafood more but that's personal preference. If you found odette rather meh like I did, come here instead. . Service is relaxed and friendly (vs. stuffy and formal) the way I like it, but not as professional as other starred restaurants, Eg. sommelier didn't come over to discuss wine choice despite our server asking him to, very slow to top up wine, bill somewhat rudely presented before we asked for it. . 💡i chose the $108 menu as the main for that day was wagyu beef rather than normal tenderloin in the $88 menu. Just ask your server for the difference (menu varies seasonally).
Smitten
15w
Liquorice and Violet Available on the 7 course chef tasting menu. Ended the meal on a sweet note with this violet flower parfait spiked with Chinese liqourice sandwiched between two circular love letters combined with pickled lemon, then rolled in Anise powder. Really enjoyed the flavor profile from this delicate yet complex dessert!
Victoria
26w
Pre Dessert - Nasturtium Marshmallow, Candied Orange Caught off guard from the peppery taste by the Nasturtium (a kind of edible flower) combined with the sweetness of the marshmallow. And that citrusy punch from the candied orange made this really impactful and memorable. Fun fact - The entire above-ground portion of the nasturtium plant is edible, the flower (ranging from yellow to gold and red), the leaves and the seed pods. They can be used as garnish, condiments, enjoyed with savory inclined dessert or simply stuff them! I read that these Nasturtiums really sparkle on ice creams, sorbets, fresh fruit desserts and cheesecake. 😋
Victoria
26w
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I Like It With Rice 😄 The cheapest Michelin star dish in Singapore and purportedly, the world, is a humble plate of Cantonese-style soya sauce chicken from “Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle”. It is served with either rice or noodles and most people seem to opt for the latter but I prefer the former. Even though it comes splashed with the same dark sauce used to cook the chicken, I find rice more ideal as it’s a less intrusive sidekick to the juicy, tender flesh of the fragrant and very flavourful chicken. If you want a more authentic dining experience, I recommend checking out the original hawker stall located inside Chinatown Smith Street Market and Food Centre located at 335 Smith Street #02-126. Be prepared to queue though.
Veronica
24w
Hearty Plate Of Goodness Finally went to try this after seeing the good reviews! I ordered the noodles instead of the rice since many reviews recommended it (while my mum ordered the rice). And YES, indeed, the noodles were way better! Not that the rice was bad haha it was just nothing special. Whereas the noodles were springy and firm. 😋 The chicken was good too! Soft, juicy and well-marinated. But like what many reviews have mentioned, the char siew was GREAT 😻✨ You should definitely try it!!! The portions were more generous than I expected, considering the really affordable prices!! Be prepared to queue though, we started queuing at 10.05am and only got to eat at 11am 🌚 I really don't like queuing so I probably wouldn't be back again, but as a whole I really enjoyed this meal so it's pretty worth it just for a try :)
Ziyue
1y
Soya Sauce Chicken (Michelin Guide Street Food Festival 2018) Chicken was tender and slippery but what I liked was the sauce. Light but more umami than the normal chicken rice stalls Many thanks to Michelin Guide Singapore for the gracious hosting and @burpple for the invite!
Wuu
1y
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Homage to my Singapore by #cheflghan @restaurantlabyrinth . . We love the fusion dishes at #restaurantlabyrinth and the fact that most ingredients are locally sourced! The postcards are definitely a nice touch to remind you what you are having.(and they actually let you keep them after that!) . . The “chicken” satay, only one is real chicken while the other two are other types of protein. Shall not spoil the surprise for you. Certainly very flavourful, if we weren’t told from the start that it’s not all chicken, we might have mistaken it for all chicken! . . The silver perch otah is served in a broth with fish fat. 😯 The clarity of the fish fat shows how untainted the fish is. Not fed w hormones nor antibiotics. Just natural good omega 3. 😋 . . The ang moh chicken rice certainly had all the flavours of a good chicken rice but the rice was a bit of a cross between a risotto and glutinous rice that’s made using chef han’s grandmother’s secret recipe when she cooked for ang mohs. 😋 . . #burpple #modsin #fusionfood #labyrinthrestaurant #restaurantlabyrinth
ni
2w
Silver perch... almost (but not quite) too pretty to eat... what a shame it would have been to not experience the tender perfection of this beauty #silverperch #edibleflowers #restaurantlabyrinth #michelinlunchdeal #sgfoodies #sgfoodie #burpple
Ida
37w
[Labyrinth] - Local Wild Caught Crab from Ah Hua Kelong. The deshelled flower crab meat known for its sweetness is paired with chilli crab ice cream and ribbons of egg white. I thought the egg white looks like strands of noodles. Last but not least, the dish is dressed in a emulsion of shaoxing and chicken fat binding the the dish together. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2018/08/labyrinth-esplanade-mall-new-expression.html . Labyrinth Esplanade Mall 8 Raffles Avenue #02-23 Singapore 039802 Tel: +65 62234098 Nearest MRT: Esplanade (CC Line) Opening Hours: Tue-Fri: 12pm - 230pm, 630pm - 1030pm Sat-Sun: 630pm - 1030pm
SG
43w
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