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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
6w
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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Buffet Lunch What’s for lunch at @jushinjungwest ? Unlimited Barbecue buffet at S$32++/ adult + S$1++/pax for water and wet towel. There’s Wusamgyub (Sliced Beef Belly), Bulgogi (Seasoned Slice Beef), Samgyub (Pork Belly), Moksal (Pork Collar), Daeji (Marinated Pork), Dak (Marinated Chicken), and Saewoo (Prawn) With a choice of main dish per person which I selected Galbitang (Clear Beef Rib Soup) Accompanied with lots of Ban Chan (side dishes). Plus fruit and Apple Cider after the meal.. . Ju Shin Jung Korean Charcoal BBQ Address 🏡 : 27 West Coast Highway # 01-18/19 Westway IF Singapore 🇸🇬 117 867 Tel ☎️ : 6464 087 Open ⏰ : 12pm - 3pm, 6pm - 11pm Website 🌐 : http://www.jushinjung.com.sg MRT 🚇 : Haw Par Villa (CC25)
Doreen
14w
Banchan Paradise Meats were not phenomenal but the side dishes made up for it. Maybe get a la carte instead of buffet.
Sam
23w
Set B ($175) Birthday Feast! Didn’t expect that the table will be soon groaning under the weight of all the food when we ordered. At lost on what to order, we went for the recommended Set B which comes with - Heuk Moksal aka Premium Black Pork Collar - Hujae Samgyub aka Smoke Pork Belly - Hangjeong aka Pork Jowl - Mushroom platter - One choice of soup - One choice of pancake (chives, seafood or kimchi) - Makgeolli aka Korean Rice Wine - Oreo Bingsu And as we felt it might not be enough, we still add on Ginseng Chicken and Marinated Chicken. OPPSIE! Luckily there was a staff helping us to barbecue the food so it was pretty hassle free for us. A variety of side dishes and well cooked meat, all we need to do is to polish off the food!
Cassie
1y
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Vietnamese Delights Hidden among all these tall buildings of offices is Uncle Ho tuckshop. This has to be one of the better Vietnamese pho place I ever tried. Pho is generously plentiful, and wow that broth! It’s really another dimension! So lucky for those working near here!
Alfred
14w
Spring Onion Omelette Banh Mi You may easily brush-off this item on their menu a being one of those boring vegetarian options but Uncle Ho's Tuckshop does a simple yet delish Spring Onion Omelette Banh Mi ($7.90). Cradled nicely between the homemade crusty-soft baguette, the golden folds were fragrant and nicely seasoned. And much like a Vietnamese-style eggs on toast, the combination also makes for a quick breakfast perk-me-up with crunchy vegetables and tangy pickles stuffed within. Drizzled with a little Sriracha sauce, the bundle includes a slow, tantalizing tongue-numbing heat too (of course more so for me, due the fact that I can't handle spice).
Vanessa
1y
Hanoi Bun Cha A delicious hidden gem that I finally got down to visiting after @rinns recommendation, Uncle Ho Tuckshop located inside a commercial building offers some kickass Vietnamese noodles (psst maybe even one of the best in Singapore imho). Having their signature and the very dish made famous when Anthony Bourdain gave Barack Obama a crash course on Vietnamese cuisine in Hanoi, their Buncha Lunch Value Set Meal which includes a drink ($14.90) was simply delightful and amazingly appetising. Served with a sweet tangy broth with a mixture of grilled pork belly and grilled meatball, the Buncha is to be eaten like a Vietnamese Soba, adding condiments in to enhance the flavours and dipping the rice vermicelli into the soup. And of course in true Vietnamese style, a side of fresh greens and herbs to introduce different textures and taste to the bowl. Though a tad astringent with its base flavour being pickled vegetables, the sourish elements really supplement and amp up the broth. Won’t recommend drinking it as a soup but man it is super shiok - a balanced and harmonious blend. But the highlight for me was certainly the thin slices of pork that reminded me of bacon at first bite and the well-seasoned grilled meatballs. Slurps. Their iced lemongrass-pandan was two thumbs-up, too.
Vanessa
2y
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