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Hot Chocolate ($7) So creamy and smooth! I think this particular hot chocolate is made by pouring hot milk on chocolate to melt the chocolate into a creamy drink. There’re some specks of chocolate left on the sides of the cups which are nice. This definitely isn’t the most chocolatey or bitter chocolate beverage, but it’s a comforting milk chocolate drink overall that’s a good accompaniment to a meal at Paddy Hills as it won’t overpower your tastebuds so you can enjoy the food too.
Melissa
2w
Maple Sausages ($7 Add On) Originally thought this would be added on directly on our egg frittata dish, so we were amused when these four sausages were served on a separate dish. Guess they’re very particular how their mains are presented. For $7, these four sausages (about the size of an index finger) looked quite measly and sad on their own plate. Thankfully, they tasted good. They weren’t too salty, and the maple flavour was subtle, but did well to balance the savoury pork with a little sweetness. Probably wouldn’t order this again because it’s pricey, but I guess it would’ve been a nice part of the big breakfast main.
Melissa
2w
Egg Frittata ($19) This vegetarian main comes with an egg frittata packed with onions and spinach. It’s plated with some pickled cherry tomatoes, roasted cherry tomatoes, sourdough and pesto. Overall the presentation of the dish is pretty, with the pops of colours from the red and yellow cherry tomatoes, but gosh how sour these pickled tomatoes were!! I immediately recoil thinking about my experience of unsuspectingly eating one pickled cherry tomato when I was expecting a sweet burst of juice but got a mouthful of pucker-inducing sourness. I think the dish would’ve been better without those. The roasted cherry tomatoes were nice though so it would’ve made more sense to just use roasted tomatoes instead. As for the sourdough, instead of serving a slice of bread, Paddy Hills cuts them up into small pieces and toasts them to a crisp. I’m not a fan. I would’ve preferred a piece of dense and spongey European bread to chew on rather than crunching my way through the toasted bread. The egg frittata itself was quite nice. The ends crisped up slightly so they were a nice contrast against the eggy interior. The frittata was moist inside, which is a plus. I think this is another case of trying to be innovative but trying too hard, as the frittata was nice but these extras in the pickled cherry tomatoes and crunchy sourdough bits missed the mark and left me unsatisfied with the dish.
Melissa
2w
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Terrible Place. Questionable If Is “freshly Cooked” Horrible experience. Listen to me. 1) we preordered 2 large crabs as we had guests. Turns out, our guests was unavailable. So we wanted to cancel a crab. They said they have prepared the crab and we’re UNABLE TO CANCEL. No worries, we will take the 2 crabs. (This is an important information for later.) -> they did not give us the opportunity to choose the crabs, which is very uncommon in restaurants in Singapore. 2) we ordered our crab and other dishes. The dish arrived with the rice. Then it took 30 MIN AND CONSTANT CHASING to get the crabs that was apparently prepared before our arrival. 3) the service was horrible. They were keen on serving others (bigger table with more orders) than us, a smaller table. 4) the crab finally arrived after 30+min. And guess what! It was not hot, just warm! And When the crab arrived, it was clearly left out in the cold and reheated again. (Proof in picture) The solidification of the oil became a layer on top of the gravy of the crab, implying that the crab was out in the cold for a bit. The gravy was warm and not hot, suggesting it was reheated, perhaps with a microwave or something. In conclusion: terrible service, poorly cooked food. Maybe even a possibility of food that is not freshly cooked. DO NOT RECOMMEND. Go somewhere else!
Xavier
5d
[Diamond Kitchen] - Crispy Fried Potato Slices with Salted Egg Yolk ($12). Tossed in the restaurant's signature homemade salted egg sauce, each deep-fried potato slice was evenly coated with flavours that set your tongue tingling. A dish for both young and the old, this will definitely whet your appetite for what's about to come. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/05/diamond-kitchen-science-park-i.html . Diamond Kitchen (钻石小厨) Science Park 1 Oasis 87 Science Park Drive #01-01 Singapore 118260 Tel: +65 64640410 Nearest MRT: Kent Ridge (CC Line) Opening Hours: Daily: 11am - 230pm, 530pm - 1030pm
SG
11w
[Diamond Kitchen] - These Homemade Yam Balls with Otah ($16) is an interesting take on familiar flavours. It's like your traditional yam ring but broken up and fried in individual portion and at the core of each yam ball is a slab of house-made otah, made with a combination of mackerel, spice blend and the restaurant's proprietary 'Gan Xiang' blend. If you are a fan of yam ring, this is even more moreish with all sides crisp golden brown. I would have liked it, even more, should the otah be less mellow, as the heat from the spices tends to overwhelm the delicate yam flavour. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/05/diamond-kitchen-science-park-i.html . Diamond Kitchen (钻石小厨) Science Park 1 Oasis 87 Science Park Drive #01-01 Singapore 118260 Tel: +65 64640410 Nearest MRT: Kent Ridge (CC Line) Opening Hours: Daily: 11am - 230pm, 530pm - 1030pm
SG
14w
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