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Red Hot Spicy Peppers Burger - S$6.25 Ala Carte If you're looking for a spicy challenge, you won't find it here. How much you like this burger will depend on how much you like McChicken. Full review https://justafatboi.com/mcdonalds-red-hot-spicy-peppers-burger-review/
Ha Ha Cheong Gai drumlets 2 pieces for S$2.20 Tasted a lot more like salt fried chicken than prawn paste chicken, as did the burger. Felt disappointed. Drumlets may still be worth a try. Full review: https://justafatboi.wordpress.com/2018/07/18/mcdonalds-haha-cheong-gai-burger-and-drumlets-review/
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Best Place For Ngoh Hiang! I used to visit the Five Spice stall at the coffee shop near CCK bus interchange religiously as it鈥檚 great supper food for Westies and that has always been my benchmark for ngoh hiang, but Lao Zhong Zhong has knocked it completely out of the ball park with their ngoh hiang. I dare say that they don鈥檛 offer as wide a variety of ingredients as other ngoh hiang stalls do, but each piece is golden and worth a try for sure because they鈥檙e all fried to golden perfection. Crispy, but not dripping in oil! My favourites are the prawn fritter, ngoh hiang roll and the tofu. The tofu is some ho liao for sure - you can鈥檛 pick it yourself, they鈥檒l only ask you if you want the tofu and the lup cheong when you pass them your plate. I鈥檇 say they鈥檙e both MUST ORDERS! The tofu is soft, sweet and pairs so well with the sauce. As for the lup cheong, I鈥檓 usually not a fan of Chinese sausage but the version here comes with more lean meat than fat meat and wasn鈥檛 too sweet or tough to chew! Genuinely enjoyed it. The coffee shop was packed even at 10pm, and I can see why because while the ngoh hiang is the star of the place, the other food stalls also serve up such delicious-looking food! I鈥檒l be back for more ngoh hiang and to try the other stalls as well!
Century Egg & Chicken Porridge ($4) From Soon Li Whitley Food Centre Pork Porridge stall: This coffee shop is PACKED full of good food. Although we came for the ngoh hiang, we were so tempted to order everything else but settled on a steaming hot bowl of porridge to go with the fried fritters. I only realised after that the shop was named Pork Porridge so I probably should鈥檝e gotten pork porridge instead, but I didn鈥檛 see it on the menu (only century egg porridge and sliced fish porridges on the signboard for some reason?). Anyway, the century egg lured me in and I have no regrets ordering this at all. The porridge takes a while to be served, but it comes piping hot! Don鈥檛 let the whiteness fool you, this bowl of porridge is full of flavour and doesn鈥檛 need any soy sauce to make it salty or flavourful. In fact, I was surprised to find salted egg inside the porridge as well! It was a really nice addition to the century egg. I think there was a whole century egg and half a salted egg in this porridge, very affordable at only $4 a bowl. I enjoyed the thinly sliced chicken meat as well, which was not at all stringy, and very tender and juicy. The taste of this porridge actually grows on you even more as you eat it, and Soon Li at Lao Zhong Zhong is definitely going to be a place I鈥檒l put on my radar for porridge in the future, especially convenient because they cater to the late birdies as well. Perfect for a rainy day, late dinner or supper time!
Haven鈥檛 had the best Ngor Hiang (Wu Xiang) in Singapore for awhile! Throwback to yesterday鈥檚 evening house party where this potluck takeaway is without surprise, one of the most popular dishes on the table. Which colour/part is your favourite? Mine is the orange!
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Steak 馃ォ Lunch Meal Set Venue: 9 Jln Wangi S349354 Cost: $19.90 ... Lunch Set Meal c/w 1 scoop of vanilla ice cream Chef: Herman Tan Took over the previous cafe called Joan Bowen Cafe.
Was swiftly thrown back to my childhood days when I saw the familiar Fruito rainbow ice pop that I'd ocassionally pick up from the 'mama shop' near my house as a kid. The Classic "Tiong Bahru" Ice-cream Stick ($5.90) is sheer proof that celebrity Iron Man Chef @chefheman is fully capable of elevating something so simple and given, with inspiration drawn from elements of his past to incorporate into his SIN-cuisine. Using an old-school ceramic mug (oh how I'd bring ice-cream like this home as a child and quickly put it in a cup so nothing goes to waste!), the ice-cream is drizzled in luscious and smooth mango puree cream which has a natural sweet mango taste that somehow just pairs so perfectly; that really is all this needs to change the entire flavour profile of the dessert while retaining every bit of nostalgia it gives. 鉂わ笍 IronSupperClub is located at Jalan Wangi, roughly 10 minutes from Potong Pasir station. Helmed by Chef Heman himself, you can expect to find a variety of hearty dishes that combine western cuisine with a Singaporean touch. Chef Heman also gives career opportunities to those with special needs by providing them with a platform to train and garner experience in the industry as a means of caring for and giving to the community. Thank you @project24sg @ironsupperclub for hosting the tasting and @qinlovesmacaronsss for the invite! 馃檹馃徎
Spaghetti with Soft Shell Crab was a dish that does a punch at my palate. I wasn鈥檛 expecting the crustacean taste to be that intense in a positive way. The spaghetti was al dente with Soft Shell Crab drizzled with Singapore Chilli Crab Sauce, a signature in-house sauce with a hint of garlic. . Spaghetti with Soft Shell Crab at S$18.90 . Read on foodgem.sg/food/fusion/iron-supper-club . Where to dine? Iron Supper Club 9 Jln Wangi, Singapore 349354 . Thanks desertingbeauty for the review.
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My family popped by this coffeeshop in Macpherson and when I saw that 136 Hong Kong Street Fish Head Steamboat is situated here, I knew that I had to get their famed Claypot Braised Mee Tai mak ($8) 馃槏 . This bubbling wok hei goodness truly lives up to its name. Smooth and bouncy, the mee tai mak blended well with the umami-laden gravy. We were surprised to find bits of fried egg and chai poh inside which added am interesting texture to the dish. Mixing the raw egg yolk into the gravy, it definitely brought the whole dish to a whole new level. This makes for an ultimate comfort food as it wasn't too salty and starchy. Added some chilli in for a fiery kick and it was indeed a good choice 馃構 . We also added on the Seafood Spinach Soup ($3.80) from another stall. It came loaded with spinach, minced meat, egg, wolf berries, and a large prawn. The soup was was sweet from the spinach and wolfberries, and seemed to be infused with a corn flavour. It was slightly underwhelming as compared to other spinach soup stalls which I have tried. Nevertheless, it still makes for a healthy and wholesome meal! . The ANTicipated scale 鈿 馃憛Flavour: 8 ants 馃挵Value: 8.5 ants 馃搷Convenience: 7 ants
Red Grouper Fish Head Steamboat Served to your table with a small wood plank below it. It has charcoal that's burning from within. The soup's boiling and there's lots of wongbok (looking like they've been cooked for some time, soft and have absorbed all the goodness of the broth), chunks of red grouper, seaweed. Dive deeper and you'll find big pieces of yam (OMG MY FAV IN THIS POT)! The soup is addictive, exuding the light ginger taste. It tastes almost as thou some carnation milk has been added, but no. It's pure goodness boiled for a long time i guess! I also found some small bits of preserved vege in the soup (those added to congee). They're totally not stingy with the ingredients. This costs $25 and soup is refillable! But, i find that the refilled broth tastes much lighter, probably as the fish and vege werent boiled continuously in it. Again, the chilli dip in light orangey red lits up the taste of the fish. ANOTHER MUST ORDER HERE. If you're in a group of 3 or 4, just go for the medium one at $30! I enjoyed sipping on the soup even under the hot weather. Try it &i hope you'll like it as much as i do!
CLAYPOT MEE TAI BAK! A whiff of its slightly sweet gravy makes me drool. Give the egg a poke and stir it in with the rice noodles! It has strong wokhei &every spoonful has a good amount of minced pork and crunchy chopped vegetable stems. The gravy is on the thick side, coating each mee tai bak mega well. As it's largely flavoured with dark soya sauce, it can get alittle sweet after multiple spoonfuls. Add alittle of the vinegar chilli (the one in orangey red colour) to the noodles AND WOAH, REFRESHING CHANGE! You'll be able to help yourself to another serving. The claypot mee tai bak in small serves 1-2 and costs $5! A MUST ORDER i would say &sth different from the yellow hokkien noodles!
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