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White Pepper Sri Lankan Crab We kicked off our long weekend with a buffet! 馃槏 In celebration of our nation's birthday 馃嚫馃嚞, Food Exchange specially curated a wide variety of Chinese, Indian and Malay dishes such as Bak Kut Teh, Black Pepper Slipper Lobster, Laksa, Prawn Mee, Kueh Pie Tee, Beef Rendang and Indian Rojak. . Our favourites included the White Pepper Sri Lankan Crab (wok-fried in rich stock and aromatic white pepper gravy) and Durian Pengat (highly popular!). You must give them a try! . The Asian Buffet Dinner is available at $54 nett throughout August 2019. Swipe 猬咃笍 for more pics or view my "National Day" highlights for IG Story videos. 馃槈 . . . . . . . _______________________________ . . . #thehedgehogknows #novotelonstevens #laksa #sgbuffet #ndp2019
The Hedgehog
23w
Lobsters & Oysters Brunch $88++ I was so looking forward to all the lobsters' dishes but unfortunately, they all taste meh~ 馃槙 The lobster tails are so-so, the claws are tough and tasteless. Lobster bisque is not bad but it鈥檚 cold.馃槓 The turnip in the lobster popiah is quite bland, you can easily get nicer popiah outside. Ok, so what鈥檚 nice? The prawns are sweet & fresh, taste much better than the lobsters, oysters, mussels were gd. As for the sashimi, salmon/maguro/ika was stated in the menu but only salmon is available, the rest are sushi.馃え My favorites will be the foie gras and egg benedict. The foie gras is pan-fried until crispy on the outside while still soft on the inside and it just melts in your mouth. The egg ben muffin is soft and fluffy when paired with the oozy yolk, it鈥檚 the best combo ever! The Sio Bak is very crispy and tasty! The tarts and cakes are yummy too! When food coma attacks, just go to the poolside and chill and have a pretty power nap. 馃槾馃槀
Klion
1y
Impressive NEW International Buffet And Sunday Brunch At Food Exchange @novotelstevens Novotel Singapore on Stevens50% OFF 2nd Diner. Also look out for attractive deals for L'Ap茅ritif Tapas Bar, where you get 50% OFF 2nd drink daily or 50% OFF for 2nd diner for high tea. Find Out More In This Post http://danielfooddiary.com/2017/12/13/foodexchange/ #DFDSP #HSBCDining #HSBCSG
Daniel
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[Min Jiang] - Available for both dine-in and takeaway at Min Jiang Goodwood Park Hotel is the Joyful Abundance Yusheng ($168++ dine-in/ $179.75 takeaway). The platter is adorned with an intricate illustration of a pair of children jovially playing. The delectable yusheng comprises of baby abalones, raw salmon, cheesy deep-fried chee cheong fan strips, romaine lettuce, wild arugula, yellow frisee, red radishes, white radishes, pickled melon strips, red shiso, fresh pomelo, crushed peanuts, white sesame seeds and pine nuts. All these are held together by the light, yet refreshing dressing made from calamansi juice, plum sauce and strawberry jam. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2020/01/glorious-new-creations-to-usher-in-year.html
SG
1d
One of our favourite dishes from Min Jiang鈥檚 CNY Menu this year! This Min Jiang鈥檚 Longevity Noodles with Baby Abalones and Roasted Iberico Pork Loin is a good fusion dish combining oriental cooking techniques with Italian Angel Hair pasta and Iberico Pork. Hungry!
The
2w
[Min Jiang] - The Slow-braised Duck with Fermented Beancurd, Lotus Root and Peanut ($26/$48) calls for a bowl of porridge to go with it. I can't really taste the fermented beancurd in it, but that is secondary for the rich braising sauce. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/08/min-jiang-goodwood-park-hotel-singapore.html . Min Jiang Goodwood Park Hotel 22 Scotts Road Singapore 228221 Tel: +65 67301704 Nearest MRT: Orchard (NS Line) Opening Hours: Daily: 12pm - 230pm, 6pm - 1030pm
SG
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For 1-for-1 Main Dish (save ~$15) Round up the gang for a Thai feast at this Balmoral Plaza spot. Get the creamy Red Curry (from $10.90) with Beef ($3) to share 鈥 think tender beef, figs and cherry tomatoes sitting in a creamy, savoury curry. Also good is the Beef Kway Teow ($13.90), consisting springy kway teow fried in a mildly sweet sauce alongside vegetables, egg and tender sliced beef. Photo by Burppler Siming T
Burpple
15w
Mango Sticky Rice I admit I am a sucker for Mango Sticky Rice whenever I come across one. No doubt I had tried this one too at Thai鈥檇 Me Up. The mango is quite sweet, the glutinous rice comes in a very manageable portion size, and the taste was, well, authentic (not too sure if anywhere else serves Mango Sticky Rice with deviated taste profile). However, instead of sprinkling the crispy rice grains on the famous Thai dessert, the one I had came with white sesame seeds, and that changed the satisfaction level a bit. Although the sesame seeds still gives out a nice fragrance as I chewed, there seemed to be a slight mismatch of the sweetness against the fragrance. Factoring in the fact that their Mango Sticky Rice was sold at S$7.90, I might go for something else in the dessert menu if I were to revisit the next time.
Siming
2y
Beef Kway Teow The Beef Kway Teow (S$13.90) was known to be Thai鈥檇 Me Up鈥檚 house special. Unlike the usual Kway Teow that has more 鈥渨ok hei鈥 than this one here, what I had was flat rice noodles that were still springy (i.e. not dry from the heat) that was mildly sweet, fried together with veggies, egg and tender sliced beef. The strength of flavours was considered mild, but that did not equate to disappointment. In fact, the portion was seemingly good for one diner, with that little space in the stomach set aside for desserts. And while Thai鈥檇 Me Up offers privileges from the Entertainer app, I thought the overall satisfaction did not justify for the low Saturday lunch crowd.
Siming
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