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Smoked Eggplant Tartine Smoked eggplant served on freshly baked sourdough ($11). Highly recommend this (also suitable for vegetarians), do note that limited seating is available and seating is all outdoors.
Amanda
15h
Freshly Baked Sourdough Microbakery Kitchen (took over Woodlands Sourdough). Grilled cheese on sourdough ($12) was delicious! Limited seating available and all seating is outdoors, crowded on weekends.
Amanda
16h
Walnut & Fig Sourdough ($5) Picked up a loaf of the Walnut & Fig Sourdough last Sunday! For $5, it’s quite a pricey little loaf. But everything at Micro Bakery is made in small batches and with lots of care. Like most European loaves, this sourdough is really crusty on the exterior, but has a really satisfying crunch when you pull it apart and the dark bread gives. I love how pillowy soft the bread is on the inside. As with all the breads at Micro, this is a sourdough bake, so it does have a distinct sourish taste. However, the walnut and fig sourdough is great for those who don’t fancy the sourness, but want to enjoy a healthier bread option as the whole figs inside provide a natural sweetener to offset the sour tang of the dough. It’s lovely to bite into a chewy fig piece. With its crunchy seeds, there’s just so many different textures in this one bread that you won’t get bored of it. I didn’t taste much of the walnuts, perhaps they were chopped a little too small, but they did add a little nutty flavour to the loaf which was pleasant. Worth picking up a loaf from Micro Bakery if you’re in the area - just go check out what they have for the day!
Melissa
4d
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Raise your hand if you've ever actually made a soufflé 🙋🏻‍♀️ not me though as soufflé can be quite temperamental and tedious to handle. Soufflé Glacé Fruits Confits ($16) is slightly different from norm. Digging into the iced soufflé, you’ll find a decadent variety of candied fruit hidden within. It was interesting but after the first few bites, it gets coying sweet. But old fashioned Valrhona Chocolat Noir et Sauce Chocolat ($18/indiv or $24/large) was a hot favourite! The eggy soufflé, made of Valrhona dark chocolate with a pot of chocolate sauce, is a sensational dessert that always pleases. SOUFFLÉ Address: 5 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089591 #soufflesingapore #teampixel #cassxteampixel
Cassie
16h
Laksa Soufflé ($26) The new kid on the block; Soufflé features fluffy, ethereal eggy goodness done in both sweet and savoury styles. Injecting a local twist, I actually really liked this hiam, rich laksa gravy drizzled over the crisp top and mixed in with the moist, cloud-like soufflé. Besides the two prawns on top, there’s cut up chunks of it inside the soufflé as well. Tasty and definitely worth a try once despite the steep price.
Dex
3d
For Date Night Fluffy Souffles Take a souffle-loving date to this Duxton Hill spot, complete with casual chic decor that's bound to impress. Helmed by the brains behind L'Entrecote and Glasshouse by DHM, the menu features both savoury and sweet options – from a thick and flavourful Laksa Souffle ($26), to a citrusy Grand Marnier et Oranges Confites ($20), featuring a reliably airy and comfortingly soft souffle doused in orange liqueur and topped with candied orange. Photo by Burppler Jandy Jean
Burpple
4d
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Roasted Meat Canelon with Parmesan Cream [$24] Delicious blend of shredded beef cheek, chicken thigh & foie gras wrapped in a thin layer of crepe then finished with Parmesan cream, beef jus and parsley oil. Yum!! Ps: only half of the portion pictured, they split it nicely for us ☺️
Victoria
3d
Don’t forget to make space for - Olivia’s Creamy Homemade Cheesecake [$14] Homemade anything always catches my eye on a menu and I must say this dessert certainly did not disappoint! So this cheesecake features a beautifully brûléed top with the jelly-like centre that just barely holds together, its velvety smoothness reminiscent of the most decadent custard or crème mousseline. This is lighter and fluffier than most cheesecakes and has more of a savory cheese flavor (from the blue cheese!), it also does not that cloying sweetness and over-the-top creaminess that tends to be overwhelming.
Victoria
4d
Homemade “Catalunya” Lobster-Avocado Roll [$25] This lovely lobster roll is no doubt a piece of art, and not just visually. It is delicate and well composed with all the elements that worked together harmoniously. I then found out that this roll is a tribute to the one from the former Catalunya restaurant. Love how it’s on a lighter side (no bread!!) compared to most versions of lobster rolls out there. The lobster meat is encased within thinly sliced avocado and served with a rich crustacean stock made from the head of the lobster then topped with caviar and ikura.
Victoria
4d
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Omu Rice And Mentaiko Pasta Combo When I saw that keisuke opens an omurice restaurant, I knew that I got to try it out. The eggs were well done- the perfect in-between texture that is golden yellow. The mentaiko pasta was fried aglio olio way and was decent. This combo is carbs-overload. Other than the small chunks of meat and corn within the omu rice, I think more vegetable side dishes and a beef patty would make the combo set more balanced.
Gwen
3d
It was a tick-in-the-box for us at Keisuke’s Omurice additional to their ever expanding chain. With long queue during peak hours, we avoided the crowd in between the meal times. With much anticipation, we ordered 2 sets with some top-ups to maiximise our experience. Beneath the luscious looking omelette were flavours that fell short of expectations. The omelette didn’t stand out at all. Its problem probably started from the reddish pan-fried rice with bits of chicken that drowned the omelette of any taste. The Demi-glacé sauce would complement the rice better than the cream sauce. Our top-up of 3-Cheese sauce (prepared in front of us) also didn’t do much to excite our palate. We added chicken wing, fried prawn and Hamburg patty of which the last was probably the only part that stood out for us. Then again, why not just visit their Hamburg Keisuke to enjoy that? Not sure about others but we were glad we didn’t queue for this today. For Keisuke, we would stick to some of their ramens that still remained on our list for return visits.
I makan
1w
Omurice Combo Yet another Japanese cuisine concept venture, Omurice Keisuke had been in business for some time, but the queue continued to form during meal hours. I waited for a good 50 minutes before getting a seat in the 22-seater establishment. And so their Omurice came with a bowl full of tomato rice, covered with freshly-cooked egg omelette, and finished with a serving of sauce of choice and a complimentary salad side-dish. I chose the classic Demi-Glace sauce which I thought could be a little more generous in portion because the full serving, though thick, could hardly layer the egg. The real taste of disappointment came about when the Combo (S$12.90) came with a small portion of spaghetti, which I chose the Mentaiko flavour. Unfortunately, the chef turned up the heat a little too much and as a result the pasta was cooked with an inappropriate taste of “wok hei”, and that sort of ruined the experience altogether. As for the Special Cheese Sauce (S$2.00) that they highly recommended, let’s just say that it did not really go very well with the Demi-Glace sauce as the flavours were masked. On a slightly positive note, this is one of those Keisuke outlets that did not include any break between the lunch and dinner service, so perhaps it might be a better idea to come in when there would not be any waiting queue. That could raise the scores by a fair bit.
Siming
1w
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