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Great value, great taste Visited the Takashimaya branch on Sunday for our family lunch. Our first visit! As per Burpple reviews, we ordered the Cool Sea Crab Leg Aglio Olio for pasta and the Lost Atlantean Kingdom Seafood Pizza. It took a while for the food to reach our table considering it was fairly empty at the time of our visit (just 2 other tables to be exact). But considering that they cook everything fresh from scratch upon receiving the orders, I’ll let that go. The pasta came out first. Our first impression was that the portion size was smaller than what we anticipated. However, the taste delivered. Onsen egg was on point! 👌🏻 Flowed out like a gushing river once broken. Generous portion of the crab meat. They came in sizeable chunks! Then came the pizza. Impressed with the array of seafood distributed around it. There were mussels, shrimp, squid and scallops. They too came in sizeable portions! Overall, was a very pleasant dining experience! Worth every penny especially with the 1 for 1 Burpple deal! 👍🏻👍🏻
For 1-for-1 Main Dish (save ~$35) This DC-themed cafe serves up Western fusion fare that's both a feast for the eyes and the palate. Get the Lost Atlantean Kingdom Seafood Pizza ($28) to share, which features fresh shrimps, mussels and scallops on housemade pizza dough. The al dente and flavourful King of Atlantis Crab Leg Aglio Olio ($26.90) is another must-have. Photo by Burppler Cheryl Teo
Burger For The Superheroes Not for the weak, duper juicy patty, served with nachos and salsa at side. Instagram worthy at this place, definitely worth a visit if you love Superheroes from DC! (However can get pricey). A large variety of dishes there. (Don’t miss the door cuz I almost did)
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Bao Trio Chili crab + Mala beef + Salmon Mentaiko Baos served with a side of salad and edamame 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
Bao Makers 13/07/19 (Part 3/3) True to their name, the baos were what truly stood out in this restaurant. Now, if only they could be bigger... Chili Crab Bao ($4.50) 'Deep fried bun, fresh crabmeat with Singapore style chilli sauce' Simply comforting, deep-fried 'mantou' with loads of crabmeat drenched in a sweet and spicy chili crab sauce; Favourite bao. Taste: 10/10 Salted Egg Chicken Bao ($4.30) 'Steamed sesame bun, signature salted egg sauce, seasoned fried chicken' If you love salted egg, you will love this bun. Loaded with creamy salted egg goodness and a really juicy and crunchy slab of chicken. Taste: 10/10 Salmon Mentaiko Bao ($4.30) 'Steamed white bun, fried salmon, cod roe sauce, cheese, tobiko' This bao is essentially an elevated version of my salmon mentaiko bowl, with the rice being replaced by sweet fluffy buns and a rich cheese flavour to complement the mentaiko salmon. (Unfortunately, I do not remember the tobiko in the bun) Taste: 9/10 Overall, felt that this restaurant was a tad pricey without the discount but I guess I should be expecting that due to where its located. While the rice bowls are the ones that will fill you up here, I would strongly suggest skipping them and going straight for their baos. Personally, I will only come back again if I've another huge discount. See more at:
Bao Makers 13/07/19 (Part 2/3) Teriyaki Beef Steak ($17.80) 'Pan seared beef steak, house blend teriyaki sauce, onsen egg' This main was a lot better mainly because the rice was drenched in their house blend teriyaki sauce which was not too sweet. In fact, the rice was so flavourful that I did not mind eating it on its own. The beef steak itself was nicely seared and provided a nice slightly saltish contrast to the dish; Strong beefy flavour as well. I think my only gripe with this bowl would be that more beef could have been given. Taste: 8/10 See more at:
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Dinner in the Dark ($88++ for 12 tasting dishes). I thoroughly enjoyed my first dinner experience at NOX, even though they've been around since 2013. It was an emotive dinner experience, as I went through excitement and anxiety, followed by plenty of mystery and fun as I got used to the darkness. 🔸 The loss of vision is said to heighten your sense of taste, though I'm not exactly sure of that, as it could be attributed to the use of stronger flavours and more premium ingredients. However, what is certain is that I heard every word my dining companions said over dinner (yes, no distractions due to mobile phones or checking out of cute people across the table!). Good place for bonding. 🔸 Even if you've been here before, you could consider checking it out again as they have a new Head Chef Shahrom, as well as locally inspired cocktails and mystery drink tasting experiences by Head Bartender Hussien. 🔸 Dinner menu changes monthly, but should always consist of 3 courses with 4 tasting dishes per course (4 appetizer, 4 mains, and 4 desserts). For an additional $50++ per person, you can opt for their newly launched mystery cocktail tasting experience featuring three libations; or $40++ for three wines to pair with the dinner. 🔸 Pictured is my pre-dinner cocktail - Raspberry Dance ($20++) with Vodka, Peach Liqueur, Egg White, Lemon and Raspberries. A sweet and refreshing drink to get you in the mood first :) 🔸 🔸 [Hosted]
Unique Experience Have u ever tried dining in complete darkness? Now I can say I have. As one of your senses is made redundant, your taste buds senses become more sensitive. The food we had was very flavourful, we had a fun time trying to identify the food we had at the end of dinner. Very very expensive though Great experience, but I may not return again due to the price of this place. Total damage for two(with cocktail package):$340(after gst)
For a Dining Adventure in the Dark Apart from the fact that eating in complete darkness is a unique dining experience we recommend trying at least once in your life, NOX also supports and provides employment to visually impaired individuals, all of whom have been trained to guide and serve — which they do with utmost professionalism! Like NOX aptly writes on its website, "it is a truly human experience when the roles are reversed and the blind become your eyes". The meal begins with a cocktail in the warmly lit romantic lounge (this place is perfect for a cheeky date night!), after which the prix fixe dinner ($88 per person) is a mystery menu consisting of 12 dishes set over three courses. Trust us — it is perfectly okay to dig in with your hands. You can choose to add on wine pairing (from $30 for two glasses) and request for a vegetarian or vegan menu. Bring your sense of fun and adventure. Reservations highly recommended. Price: $88 per person Photo by Burppler Rachael Wong
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Mooooo Fries Chunky sweet potato fries with bulgogi beef, sriracha, mozzarella cheese and a sunny side up It’s the best savoury combination with everything on there
Are You Busy Burger Beef burger with cute gudetama fried egg and bioche bun. Among character cafes, gudetama has pretty legit food. The beef patty was actually still juicy but I did wish it could be more rare. There is a ton of fries on the pan it was served on. Overall it’s okay pretty good although a lil costly. Everyone is here for the cuteness afterall 🍳
Egg-chanted bliss [$12.90++] . Vanilla softserve paired with yogurt, coupled with scoops of salted egg buttercream , crispy waffle basket shards and a base of assorted fruits (peach, kiwi & raspberry), served up in a parfait style. What caught us by a pleasant surprise was the ‘Gudetama’ iconic figure atop that was actually an EDIBLE piece of chocolate, which we had initially thought it was present there merely for aesthetics. The vanilla softserve is smooth, creamy albeit a little icy, not too milky yet carrying off a distinct dairy flavour and aroma that was pretty light and enjoyable. The salted egg buttercream is whipped to a thick and creamy texture, coupled with a subtle flavour that could be an acquired experience. Would be great if they were ice creams instead of buttercream! 😛 Along with chunks of assorted fresh fruits that added a refreshing, tangy note (and also alleviate the level of guilty indulgence), the same applies to the smooth and tangy greek yogurt as well! The only disappoint was the waffle basket shards that weren’t crispy at all as mentioned, with meringue-alike texture that was also solid-hard and may require a little more jaw-scissoring effort . . [PS: With the order of any Salted Egg shiok mains, you can get to enjoy this seasonal dessert at only $5++ (UP: $12.90)✨] . . . . #burpple #gudetamacafesg #sgfoodie
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