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Super satisfied with the chunky lobsters at @chunky.lobsters. I had the original and lobster chunks are coated in a homemade lemon butter sauce, mayonnaise, and their secret herbs and spices concoction. #lobsterroll #lunchincbd #burpple
Jolene
5d
Loved It! The last I came here for dinner, Chunky Lobsters sold out & I was bummed. Should've checked their Instagram for an update but I was rushing & it slipped my mind. They've since planned their inventory better & when I turned up again, there was a short queue of 5 people ahead of me for dinner. I'd recommend making provisions to either dabao/takeout or find an alternative space like I did to eat. Don't expect to find a seat in their small shop space; the dining area has only 4 high chairs in a cramped corner, so I decided to eat at the pedestrian bridge overlooking the main road. (Hence the background, lol) Chunky's Original ($16 nett) & Chunky's Connecticut ($16 nett) spoke out to me because the last option was full of cheese, which I wasn't feeling that night. Although the portions are small - it is, after all, LOBSTER & at a very affordable price point, so that didn't bother me. The bread was soft & tasty, though I would have honestly liked it to be a bit crispier on the outside. What blew me away was the lobsters themselves - the real MPV 😂 The lobsters are soooo juicy! Taste-wise, the Original was simply umami & very refreshing. The Connecticut had a tinge of buttery saltiness that was amazing. I loved them both. The tapioca chips were also super good, I hope they can sell these as an additional side. Cut slightly thicker than the ones you eat over Chinese New year, they also have a bit of wasabi powder sprinkled over them which is really lovely. The only disappointment I felt was that I opted for Set Menu B (+$3.90), which gave me a Lobster Bisque (U.P. $3.90) & Lemonade (U.P. $1.50) with my meal. The lobster bisque was disappointing, it had an artificial lobster flavour & the thick consistency of canned soup. The Lemonade was alright - I'd order it again as a Set Menu A (+$0.90) add-on to my lobster roll, just to quench my thirst. 100% would return here again for this humble-looking lobster roll. It might not be everyday grub, nor would it completely fill up my belly.... But I really enjoyed it. That much. 😍 💷 Cash/NETS only 🌬️ 4 air-conditioned seats available 📶 No WiFi available 🙋 No Service Charge 🚫 No GST
Emily
1w
Lobster Roll —$16 On-the-go Connecticut lobster roll at the newly opened kiosk. Was abit skeptical when i first saw the roll thinking why it doesnt look as pretty as i expected. But 2 mouths into the bun, i was pretty surprised to find the amount of lobster hidden in between the soft buttered buns. It definitely tastes better than it looks and the amount of lobster flesh in this roll is surprisingly alot. Especially for this price! There are 3 types: Original, Connecticut (butter) and Cheese. I chose Connecticut because i love the butter and yet still love the freshness of the lobster. With additional $3.30, you get to have lobstsr bisque and a drink. Very worth it! Totally coming back again! . Waited 10-15mins for these with about 3-4pax before me during offpeak.
Thechoyalicious
2w
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[Outlet Exclusive] Four Senses of Chocolate ($10). You might have tried savoury cream foam over iced tea at popular bubble tea outlets, but how about having it over hot chocolate? 🔸 The Dark Gallery’s signature 66% dark chocolate is presented in four iced and hot drinks with different taste profiles; Sucré, Savoury (pictured), Spice and Sangria. 🔸 The drink with cold and savoury cream cheese foam over their signature hot chocolate is 'Savoury', and came served with a mini salted cheese stick. Try it to see if you like it as much I did 😋 🔸 Perfect for those with a sweet tooth, the Sucré is a luscious hot chocolate served with white, dark and milk chocolate shavings which melt into the beverage, as well as a toasted marshmallow for dipping, if desired. 🔸 The other drinks in the Four Senses of Chocolate Series include: * Sucré - that has white, dark and milk chocolate shavings melted into their hot signature chocolate. Served with a toasted marshmallow for dipping if desired. Luscious drink for sweet tooths. * Sangria - classic pairing of cold-pressed fresh orange juice with iced chocolate. Zesty, and served with a lemon tart. * Spice - aromatic with turmeric, star anise, ginger, cloves and black pepper rich hot chocolate. Good for Chai lovers. 🔸 Thank you Sixth Sense PR for hosting us #discoverthedark #thedarkgallery. #foodphotography #fujixt2 #fujifilm #burpple #lovefood #sgfoodies #sgfood #foodsg #instasg #foodstagram #instafood #instafood_sg #f52grams #hungrygowhere #cafesg #sgig #cafehoppingsg #thedailybite #makan #burpplesg #foodie #stfoodtrending #chocolatelava #chocolatelover #dessertporn #sgdessert #hotchocolate
Justin
4d
Besides those delectable chocolate ice creams and beverages, there’s also their dessert platters such as the pictured Chocolate Soufflé ($15), made using their signature 66% dark chocolate and espresso coffee powder. Served alongside a scope of vanilla ice cream, the hot-cold contrast creates a harmonious blend of textures and flavours. In addition to the plated desserts, I especially recommend the Signature Dark Chocolate Cake ($8) if you have stomach space for just one dessert. _________________ The Dark Gallery Address: 391, Orchard Road, Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Unit B2-29, Singapore 238873
Julius
1w
The flagship boutique of The Dark Gallery has officially opened its doors at Takashimaya Shopping Centre and this new outlet boasts a retail space and a café corner to enjoy those chocolatey treats. Ardent fans can look forward to more chocolate indulgences from an expanded menu of homemade creations and experience the first Mod-Bar system in Singapore, a preparation system for pour-over coffee and their signature chocolate beverages. • Using the Mod-Bar system, diners can opt for the single origin brew from either one of two coffee blends available at each point in time; one from a local roaster, Common Man Coffee Roaster and the other a foreign one, Melbourne’s Padre Coffee or Tokyo’s Fuglen. To go along with your drink-of-choice, there is a variety of teacakes from chocolate banana pecan to salted caramel coconut ($6), which is a perfect pairing with the brew. _________________ The Dark Gallery Address: 391, Orchard Road, Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Unit B2-29, Singapore 238873
Julius
1w
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Sunday can only mean one thing - BRUNCH! Really strong cravings for their simple Butter Croissants ($4.50) with Scrambled eggs (+$3) after the first time I had it. Though their popular Mushrooms on Sourdough ($14) never disappoints, and it was a good choice to add on their crispy bacon (+$3).
Raine
2d
Breakfast with the gurl. Been a while since I went Atlas Coffeehouse so am definitely glad that they had opened an outlet near my neighbourhood. No need to travel down now! • Some difference in the dishes available but Mushrooms on Sourdough ($14) is so tempting that I can’t resist and had to get that. Can’t finish on own? You can opt for their buttery croissant adding on scrambled eggs like Raine did. And while I would love to have their pancakes, we were just too full to eat it. • It was also great that we managed to speak with co-owner Daphne about their startup since The Assembly days. Wonder who still remembers that quaint cafe space in Evens Road? That popular OOTD spot? Their popular Shibuya Brick Toast? And while at Columbus, see if you can spot that Long table near the entrance. It was from The Assembly too~ • Columbus Coffee Co Address: 220 Upper Thomson Road, Thomson Garden Estate, Singapore 574352 #columbuscoffeeco
Cassie
3d
Creamy mushrooms on toasted sourdough [$14] with scrambled eggs [$3] Opted for a change of sourdough toast to butter crossaint which left me with no regrets! ✨With a crisp and slightly flaky exterior lies a soft, pillowy interior that carried off a lingering buttery fragrance💕. The shimeiji mushrooms comes drenched in a pool of white wine-infused creamy herb sauce, along with sautéed sundried tomato and topped with grated Parmesan flakes. Creamy, tangy with a spike of white wine contributing to a lingering fruity, mild citrusy aftertaste, certainly a great pairing to the butter crossaint! The highlight for me in this all day meal was no doubt the scrambled eggs that were done to an ideal smooth and silk-like texture, with a slight creamy consistency. Best to eat it hot though, as due to my usual photos before food routine, I had eaten the scrambled eggs cold which depleted the level of enjoyment 😢 // . From the same crews behind @atlascoffeehouse and @lunarcoffeebrewers, @columbuscoffeeco had just opened its doors recently for around a month, with a much spacious and minimalistic interior. ✨ A new addition to the stretch of cafes in the Upper thomson district! . . . #burpple #smitteneats #smittenchoice
Natalie
5d
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Gourmet Beef Wellington for an Affordable Price Marinated New Zealand Lamb Cutlets. Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/meet-4-meat/
Maureen
1w
Buttered chicken chop + handmade pasta ($8) Read about this new place by an ex-chef from Wooloomooloo steakhouse and we went with the expectation that it's the Indian-cuisine Butter Chicken made into a chicken chop style, which I thought was rather innovative. Turns out we got it wrong apparently. Anyways, the ongoing lunch promotion from Mondays to Saturdays 1130am - 430pm has this combination of the buttered chicken chop plus a handmade pasta at $8. Chose the beef bolognese from choices of carbonara and aglio olio. The minced beef and vegetables like onion and carrot were decent, but the pasta was really a fail. It was rubbery and felt undercooked. I thought I was eating an undercooked dry ban mian. Size of the pan-fried chicken chop was reasonable but the meat was slightly hard. Could be a little more charred and smoky. The orange sauce was made with capsicum and pesto, but honestly I didn't taste much of the herbs and spices. It was tangy instead and ended with a sour note (pun intended). The sauce was not really flowy, but had a grainy texture. I guess the biggest part to work on is to really harmonize the sauce and the meat, because I felt like I was eating both separately as the sauce didn't blend well into the meat.
Miss Ha
2w
Chicken Chop With Sweet Potato And Broccoli Damage: $8 Chicken was juicy but small and skin crispy along the edges. No idea what the sauce is but it's underwhelming and did not feel like it elevated the dish in any way to me. Sides were below average - sweet potato wedges were tough and not flavourful, broccoli is even sadder because there was only one. If you're looking for affordable western food, I would recommend Astons over this any day.
Vanessa
3w
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💸: $6.50 [ Frittes w/ MZ Special & Onions ] . . It’s amazing to have a fries specialty store here in Singapore, seeing that it’s such a “hot” thing in Europe. I loved the crunchiness and softness of the fries and the sauce & onions went with the fries in perfect harmony. Such comfort food deserves to be loved!! One of the best fries here in Singapore but it can’t be compared to Belgium fries in Europe 🤤 . 📍: Martin Zwerts 🕑: 11am-10:30pm
Elyn
1w
Martin Zwerts Frites A landmark in Holland, Netherlands has arrived in Holland Village, Singapore. This chunky, crispy frites cost $6.90 for small, has crispy exterior. Soft in the inside. And super tasty with the mixture of the sauces!
The Hype
1w
Martin Zwerts Special (with Onions) From Martin Zwerts; a fries specialty stall situated at Holland Piazza hailing from Netherlands — the outlet being its very first outpost outside of Europe. The Martin Zwerts Special is essentially a combination of two sauces — the Frites sauce and the Kerrie sauce that could also be ordered separately with their fried. The fries were served with a generous portion of sauce; still retaining substantial crispness despite doused in sauce whilst being well-filled — the fries were also chunky being thick-cut, while not overly seasoned. The Frites sauce is somewhat like a creamy but light mayo, while the Kerrie sauce is more of light, tangy and sweet sauce similar to BBQ sauce without the smokiness and intense savouriness; very manageable for the tastebud. To be frank; a pretty comforting eat on a rainy day.
Xing Wei
3w
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Chicken rendang [$18] 2 chicken drumsticks coated with rendang sauce, served on a bed bed of broccoli ‘rice’, along with homemade chips and fresh, raw tomato chunks. The chicken drumsticks are cooked in a sous-vide style that results in a more ‘bloody’ appearance of meat that wasn’t really to my liking as it felt a tad undercooked IMO. Would personally prefer if the meat was fully cooked without the reddish blood-like appearance 😅. Nevertheless, the rendang sauce and house-made chips compensated for this disappointment, especially the chips that were well seasoned, crisp and so additive that I would gladly love to steal some of it and smuggle it into the cinema for a movie snack 😛😆. What’s more, it’s home made from scratch by the folks from @prodigalcafe ! ✨ The rendang sauce was flavourful, aromatic and tangy with a pleasant tinge of spice that went as a great complement to the tender and juicy chicken drumsticks. On the other hand, broccoli ‘rice’ was made by mashing and grinding broccoli to fine sand-like grains, which was a remarkable effort indeed! 👏 Perhaps a healthier element to alleviate the overall sinful-ness of this dish, it had a texture resembling that of quinoa as well! On a side note, the service here is really one that made my dining pleasant much more enjoyable 🤗. Heard that the coffee here is good too, but unfortunately since I can’t drink coffee, I m not able to provide my verdict on it 😢. [PS: This dish is available only for a limited time in their current mains menu that undergoes a revamp every week. Do try it while it lasts or otherwise, look forward to the new surprises] . . . . #burpple #smitteneats #smittenchoice
Natalie
2w
Chicken Rendang Chicken Rendang ($18) . So, a scoop of the grub @prodigalcafe , this is their take on rendang chicken. 2 pieces of chicken drumsticks sous vide to perfection and coated with rendang paste thats also lightly torched, served on a bed of broccoli rice and a side of house fried chips. Loved the chips and chicken, just felt that the broccoli rice didn’t pair so well in this dish.
Jayson
3w
Grilled Cheese Toast ($10) Braved the sun today for brunch!☀️ Coffee’s good and the air conditioning provides such a respite from the heat. Got the grilled cheese that everyone seems to get here and at first sight, it is impressive! A tower of thick toast with melty cheese, a generous bed of rocket and parm and some grilled peppers for some juiciness. The saltiness of the cheeses does great with the toast, but it does get gelat after a few mouths, and there’s only so much the grilled peppers can do. A side of tomatoes or a sauce would have been great with this, but I’d definitely only get this if I’m sharing.
Dex
3w
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