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Still my favourite choice. Millefeuille Pancake [4 for $7.90, 8 for $11.90] Fluffy and wobbly 🥞
Randy
3h
| 🥞 It’s so Fluffy I’m gonna Eat them All ! ... ~ · Mango Pancake (4 pieces) - $14.40 · The brand opens its first overseas outlet in Singapore, with so much hype, so be prepared to Q. When severed, first thing I noticed is the pancakes are as thick as I thought it would be and the cream & fruits wasn’t as overflowing as per their photos. First bite into the pancake and I was quite blown away. The texture was so soft and fluffy! Pancakes melts in your mouth, with the slightly sour mango cubes the dessert become very refreshing. The fresh Hokkaido Cream adds smoothness in every mouth. The pancakes are pale in taste, so it will be great if they are more generous in fruit topping & sauces, as I always desire my desserts to be sweet sweet in every bite. In future, I would consider ordering the cheaper plain millefeuille pancakes and pair it with a lot of maple syrup, simple and delicious · Belle-Ville Pancake Cafe @pancakecafe_belleville
Jaden
13h
Strawberry And Mixed Berry Pancake ($14.40++) Was torn between this and caramelised apples initially as they seemed to be the best sellers for the day! Eventually settled for this because I wasn't sure if caramelised apples would be a Lil too sweet for my liking. This turned out to be my wisest decision for the day! Ordered 4 pancakes only as dinner was just an hour away😛 Loved how fluffy and soft pancakes were and how they were full of egginess, both in flavour and scent. The cream was light with subtle sweetness to complement the citrussy from the berries. Enjoyed the drizzle of chocolate sauce that added another layer of flavours to the pancakes. Though it got really messy halfway, it was a lovely mess:)
Peiwen
1w
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Genmaicha & Kuromitsu Soft Serve Signature Soft Serve with Genmaicha. I love the roasted brown rice tea but the flavour isn’t as intense as I like Since I used the buy 1 get 1 free Fave coupon at $4.50, I also got the Kuromitsu Soft Serve which is black sugar with black vinegar sauce. I actually prefer this as it’s sweet and sour Both have cornflakes for some crunch
Jasmine
8h
Soft and fluffy baked donuts Healthy, soft and fluffy baked donuts! It’s unlike any other donuts I’ve tried. Just so so good especially when eaten warm! 😋 Original ($1.90), Chocolate, Matcha and Sweet Potato (all at $2.20 each, additional $0.30 for chocolate chips). I bought the assorted box of 6 (regular) at $12.50 (3 matcha, 1 of each other flavours). It’s more of a cake texture. My fav has to be Matcha! It is so fragrant! Followed by original, chocolate and sweet potato (this tastes just like original so don’t waste $0.30)
Jasmine
8h
Hot Yuzu Kurozu with Honey & Original Donut Kurozu’s (Japanese Black vinegar) benefits: * Breaks down fat and lowers cholesterol * Relieves stress and body fatigue * Detoxifies the liver * Boosts metabolism * Promotes digestion and reduces constipation * Stabilises blood pressure and glucose levels * Strengthens immune system Currently they having a few bundles promotion. This is the $3.90 set (but topped up to change from Hot Kurozu with Honey to Hot Yuzu Kurozu with Honey. Comes with a original donut. The drink is tangy but so nice! I do drink apple cider vinegar sometimes so the sourness isn’t a problem for me.
Jasmine
8h
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The antidote to boring CBD lunches. This lobster roll at $16 is unreasonably good value-for-money with its chunky lobster meat and pillowy bread. Comes with chips at the side. Note: This is more of a takeaway place than dine-in.
Weekendeatwhat
3w
Lobster Rolls With A View Three options - original, Connecticut, cheesy! I got the original roll where the condiments were light and the flavour of the lobsters could stand out. The store is more for takeaway and there isnt much seating space within the tiny building too. Ended up standing along the bridge which was not too bad as it was breezy. Great for a quick lunch if you’re also looking to satisfy a lobster craving!
Esther
3w
Chunky’s Connecticut Coated and toasted with melted butter sauce, be ready to get buttery. 。 Nestled at the corner of level 2 of Oxley Tower, this is a new lobster roll shack that aims to make seafood affordable for everyone! As seats are very limited, it will be best to do a takeaway instead during peak hours. 。 Out of the 3 types of lobster rolls offered, I went for the roll that came with 90g of buttery Canadian lobster meat. Sandwiched between the buttered brioche buns, the generous serving of lobster meat chunks were really fresh and succulent. Though I was taken away by the sweetness and juiciness of the lobster meat, I felt that it could be tastier. Personal preference I guess 😄. 。 At just $16 nett, what more can I ask for? P.S. Get a bowl of lobster bisque for a complete experience. Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Mr
4w
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When at Steakville, you eat steak. Specializing in their steaks, the restaurants aims to bring in seasonal cuts from different producing countries so that diners will have a unique experience each time they patronize. Having a motto of bringing farm to table, Steakville aims to deliver a meal of quality and honesty. Pictured is the Signature Hangar Steak that will set you back at only $15 (we had an additional 150gms for a topup of $13); a perfectly seared 150gms of lean beef served simply with a house leaf salad, truffle mustard and Maldon seasalt, which the latter acts as an enhancer to further bring out the natural flavours of the beef. For a different cut and with a little bit of fats, you can also opt for the Hunter’s Ribeye Steak ($24); a juicer steak that brings a different flavour to the table. _________________ Steakville Address: 91, Bencoolen Street, Sunshine Plaza, Unit 01-56, Singapore 189652
Julius
1w
From its humble beginnings till now, I have lost count at how many times I have visited then Betterfield and now Steakville craving for a slab of juicy steak at a price that’s almost unbeatable. Besides the steak, Chef Shaun also does excellent appetizers and at this new concept, he has launched the Truffle Cheese Wedges ($14). Don’t discount these wedges as your regular run-of-the-mill bar snacks as here at Steakville, it has been pimped up with a drizzle of truffle oil before doused generously with nacho cheese and truffle mayonnaise. A perfect sharing starter before the main highlight that’s to come thereafter. _________________ Steakville Address: 91, Bencoolen Street, Sunshine Plaza, Unit 01-56, Singapore 189652
Julius
1w
Affordable Steaks that are a Cut Above the Rest! Steakville’s Signature Hanger Steak - The beef was incredibly juicy, moist and packed full of flavour. Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/steakville/
Maureen
2w
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Soul Silders ($12.90) 🔥LIT!🔥You do not want to mess with the spice here. Their sliders ended up as one of our favs with juicy boneless fried chicken, slathered in pink mayo, coleslaw and pickles, you’re not leaving without a mess on your hands. All their chicken here is given the good ol’ southern hospitality; serving up Nashville style buttermilk fried chicken. Their signature Nashville Hot Chicken also comes in three levels of spice; mild, extra and insane. I found the extra was just within my heat tolerance, but the aptly named insane had us frantically chugging milkshakes and profusely sweating, definitely not for the faint hearted. 😅
Dex
2w
Can You Handle Their Insanely Spicy Fried Chicken? (Quarter: $9.90 / Half: $18.90 / 3 Wings: $10.90) I teared up when I ate this.... from pain 😂😂😂. But thankfully, their thick and creamy Vanilla Milkshake ($5.90) is a godsend of a fire extinguisher. The “Insane Hotness” level of the “Nashville Style Hot Chicken” here is an accurate label because the seasoning for that includes the “world’s hottest chili pepper” and it causes agony in all the soft parts of the mouth (when my tongue recovers, I might be able to talk about my experience but for now, I shall stick to typing 😝😅). You should only get this if you can handle intense spiciness or if you are a true masochist. Otherwise, picking the “Mild” or “Extra” level for their CHIX HOT is probably wiser because you can enjoy their crispy-on-the-outside, juicy-on-the-inside goodness properly. This Muslim-owned eatery also offers a saner “Original” style which is buttermilk fried chicken seasoned with their own take on New Orleans-inspired “Soul Spice”. For the sides, you’ll be glad to know there are three available: “Bob’s Baked Beans”, “Creamy Tangy Slaw” and “Fries”, and they are priced at $2.90 each.
Veronica
2w
Strutting into the space of the now defunct @the_lab_sg is @chixhotchicken - serving fried chicken 🍗 with dry spice rub. Come here to test your heat tolerance as there are 3 spice levels - Mild, extra and insane hotness! I totally died at the extra hotness level and need many many cups of water to extinguish the flame in my mouth! Which made it a must to order their creamy and thick Chix Milk Shake ($5.90)! 🤣 Pictured is the innocent (no heat involved thankfully) Soul Sliders ($12.90) - crunchy batter, rolled in their soul spiced paired with slaw and pickles which makes a very good combination!
Raine
2w
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Shoyu Hamaguri Soup Ramen Very tasty and flavourful broth. Best in Singapore yet? Will come back soon.
Michell
4d
Shoyu Hamaguri Soup Signature Reviving my jaded palate for all things truffle, I finally got down to trying Konjiki Hototogisu and their Shoyu Hamaguri Soup Signature ($14.90 without egg, $16.90 with egg) may be the best one yet. A lip-smacking blend of Hamaguri clams, pork bone, and Japanese dashi; the already umami stock gets a boost from the garnish of Tartufata (black truffle paste), Porcini Oil and Porcini flakes - making up their acclaimed Triple Soup. Lighter and more delicate in taste than expected, be sure to give the complex Shoyu-based broth a good mix after the the initial sips to get that prefect balance of earthy, savoury and sweet too. Very drinkable indeed; the alluring waft of truffle was also subtle without overwhelming the other ingredients but transforming and adding a nice depth to the bowl. And soaking up the full-bodied yet clear taste of the soup, the specially imported whole-grain noodles were a great match-up and cooked to al dente perfection. What’s more, between the satisfying slurps of ramen, you can’t forget their signature Sous-Vide Cha Shu and Thick Belly Cha Shu. Tender and well-seasoned, their thin pork slices were thankfully not too salty and just enough to bring out the flavours of the slightly sweetish marinate.
Vanessa
1w
Shoyu Hamaguri Soup Ramen  First time having buckwheat noodles in a ramen. love the pork belly and chashu. My friend tried the Tonkotsu Smoke and Pepper Ramen which I had a few mouthfuls and the broth was peppery (duh!) yet not overwhelming. Few things to note - As they are newly opened,check their Facebook for opening hours. - Ramen doesn't come with an egg. Egg cost $2.
Debra
1w
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