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Combo ($12.90++) If you’re hungry and carb-loving, upsize and/or go for the combo at $12.90++ which comes with a choice of pasta (Neapolitan/ Mentaiko). The carb-loaded combo turned out too much for me so it probably works for 2 small eaters/ 1 hungry person. The mentaiko pasta was al dente, found it a little mild in flavour even after taking extra care not to mix the sauces from the omu rice, but I still enjoyed it lol pretty decent overall.
Zhihui
24h
Omurice ($9.90++) The space here is pretty small so do be prepared to queue and there was a bit of a wait for the omu rice too. Comforting dish of soft creamy egg atop ketchup fried rice with corn and bits of chicken (wished there were more ingredients in the fried rice though); choose from 4 sauces - demi-glacé, chilli tomato, wafu or creamy white sauce. I liked the creamy white sauce but it may be jelak towards the end. To cut through the richness of the dish, perhaps the slightly tangy demi-glacé would be a better choice. Prices start from $9.90++ so it’s quite affordable. For a little more indulgence, add on cheese sauce (+$2), prepared on the spot with red & white cheddar and mozzarella, though the flavours are rather mild.
Zhihui
1d
For Consistently Good Omurice Keisuke's new 22-seater in Bugis+ takes a crack at omurice, and it turns out to be great value for money. Priced from $9.90, the set features perfectly swirled eggs blanketing tomato rice, tasty sauce (go with tangy demi-glace!) and a side salad. Given the sizeable portion of rice, skip the Combo ($12.90) that comes with pasta and spend the cash on their tender, tasty Chicken Hamburg ($3) side instead. Photo by Burppler K T
Burpple
2d
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Tiramisu Soufflé Soft and Wobbly Tiramisu Soufflé ($8.50) is quite delicious but the taste of Tiramisu is not that strong and the cream of the tiramisu is quite thick. Its complemented with a scoop of ice cream and fruit topping. Vivocity will not selling soufflé anymore after 20 Jan because of Vivocity's Management. Catch it before it sell out.
JQ
14h
For an Alternative Souffle Pancakes Spot This Harbourfront newbie is just the place for pancake lovers. The community attests that at $9.50 a pop, the Strawberry Souffle Pancakes are sufficiently soft and jiggly. Also good are the Mango Souffle Pancakes ($8.80), which sport an excellent mango-to-pancake ratio. For something to wash down the treat, try the fragrant White Peach Oolong Latte ($4.50). Photo by Burppler Seanna Lim
Burpple
2d
Have you been to Artea already!! ++ The Perfect Combination of their Mango Soufflé & Signature Fruit Tea aka The King with a Blend of 7 types of Fruit❤️ ++ FYI I wasn't a very happy customer😔😔As I could only get the taste of this eggy Soufflé during my fourth visit (45mins🤒🤒). They couldn't handle the supply and demand situation in my previous THREE visit!! ++ Let me express my happiness😍 on my latest visit to @arteasg Alvin (Staff) actually remember us and ask whether did I return for more Soufflé but no; we return for something more complimenting this time round. The King (Signature Fruit Tea) ~ $8.20 taste wise not too sweet, the tea goes along very well with the rest of the fruit [pricing a bit too steep with normal fruits]
Choo
2d
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For Zi Char Burgers Keng Eng Kee takes on zi char-inspired burgers at this new hawker stall in Bukit Merah. For a fun, fusion dinner, share the generously portioned Chilli Soft Shell Crab Burger ($15) — crispy soft shell crab slathered in sweet, spicy chilli crab sauce, sandwiched between buns. Expect the same wok hei goodness, packed into one big burger bite. Photo by Burppler Colin Tan
Burpple
2d
Coffee Pork Burger Having had this at KEK Keng Eng Kee Pandan Gardens when they had the Wok Hei Burgers, the Modern Cze Char (“Mod-C”) menu at the now-defunct branch is now available at KEK Keng Eng Kee Seafood under the Wok In Burger brand name, featuring the familiar pastas, burgers (now known as Kung Fu Burgers) and a few rice dishes and sides; some of them new on the menu while some of them being favourites at Pandan Gardens. This was as good as what I remember it to be; fluffy, buttered and toasted burger buns that were not too heavy, that sticky, aromatic and sweet coffee sauce drenched generously on a pork patty that makes KEK Keng Eng Kee Seafood’s Coffee Pork Ribs so good, and the addition of pickles to for refreshing crunch. A very good attempt on bringing local flavours into a westernized item without being overly pretentious, retaining both elements well. The burgers are also absolutely value-for-money here; $9.80 nett with fries, coleslaw and water chestnut drink on the side — fries being crisp and well-seasoned with salt, while the coleslaw comes not too milky whilst adding apples for a crunch. Something I would crave for again!
Xing Wei
2d
Popular zhi char shop Keng Eng Kee Seafood has opened a new Burger stall called Wok In Burger. It is introduced with the novel idea of incorporating local zhi char dishes into Western style burgers. Say “Hello” to Chilli Soft Shell Crab Burger, Salted Egg Pork Burger, Coffee Pork Burger, Pai Gu Wan Burger and the likes. Am not sure if this is a good or bad thing, but it came exactly how one would expect it to be like – deep fried soft shell crab drizzled with sweet, slightly spicy chilli crab sauce and sandwiched between burger buns. bit.ly/wokinburgersg
Daniel
3d
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