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Satisfying Mexican Meal Went to Vatos Urban Tacos and had an extremely heavy carb loaded meal! Went into food coma right after, really ate a lot. But boy, was it good. We bought their Korean Po Boy and Vatos Style (chicken) burritos, their signature Kimchi Carnitas Fries, Barbacoa Jalapeño Spring Rolls, Bacon and Blue Cheese Guacamole (served with tortilla, and there were candied walnuts in the guac which was a nice touch) and lastly, their ever so popular Baja Fish Tacos. $102 dollars worth of amazing food made more affordable by Chope, having purchased their discount voucher during the birthday sale. The food is on the pricier side, but the portions were pretty big! Everything was just too good, including their prompt and professional service! Make this your go to place for Mexican! Rating :5/5
Taco Tuesday made better with Burpple 1-for-1 deal at Vatos Urban Tacos! Off their signature “Urban Tacos”, we got their Baja Fish ($10 for 2 tacos/ $14 for 3 tacos), Chimichurri Chicken tacos ($10 for 2 tacos/ $14 for 3 tacos) to share and two glasses of Sweet Georgia Peach Iced Tea. The more refreshing option of the two, the Chimichurri Chicken was pleasantly spicy with a sweet tangy chimichurri salsa coupled with crunchy lettuce, sour cream and mexican cheese. But the clear winner for me is their tempura beer-battered white fish. Fresh and flaky, the fillets enclosed with the crisp batter were kept moist and was nicely seasoned. The accompanying pico de gallo (salsa) and apple coleslaw adding a lovely sweetness and bite while cutting the richness of the fish. The bit of heat from the chipotle mayo smeared over the soft tortillas was also a nice touch.
Carne Asada Quesadilla ($19) Back at vatos after my first visit for the burpple year end party, and decided to order the quesadillas because i remembered liking them alot. The 4 pieces didn't seem like much, but perhaps due to the thickness of the wrap and the richness of the cheese, was actually quite a substantial meal. Preciously tried the kimchi pork and loved it, but the carne asada that i decided to try this time round was a little disappointing. While being super flavourful with just the right punch if spiciness, the beef was tough and chewy. I'd recommend to stick with the pork instead which was more tender. Although i liked the food in general, prices here are indeed on the higher end, and i wouldn't dare say that it would have been worth it without burpple beyond
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Steamed Egg Korean rendition of my favorite egg dish, Chawanmushi <3 ($8.80) except this one is better because its so much bigger and the sight of the hot stock bubbling over the edges of the pot is so much more appetite-whetting than a tiny teacup 😂 Its really light-tasting, almost bland. Almost to the point where I can't tell its made from egg and I settled with enjoying the light, fluffy texture with the kimchi and some of the other banchans. But this is really my first time trying this egg dish, so I'm not sure its supposed to be this bland or whether it was just this restaurant's recipe. Still, quite a good appetizer to go along with a heavy meaty meal :) 6/10
Sirloin and Garlic Chicken BBQ See that big piece of beef ($30)? Oh yeah. :3 Also ordered the garlic chicken which came with two huge slabs of chicken thigh ($20) marinated with tons of garlic. I think the portions were reasonable but I wished the meats could have been more flavorful. Perhaps its the fact that a gas rather than charcoal plate was used, but while the meat was tender I found myself wishing it was more juicy and had more of that meaty, gamey flavor. Very thankful to the helpful staff who helped cook and cut up the meats. 😊 Still, the free-flow banchans were pretty good. I liked that the kimchi was not too spicy. :) Anddddd they have a free flow salad bar accessible to all customers wow!! That meant watermelon slices, carrot sticks, lettuce leaves, tomato and lots of other goodies to dress up that meat and balance out the protein-heavy meal. Also much-needed free flow water and barley tea. Certainly not regretting the newly-discovered part of me that likes Korean food. :3 7/10
Hyang Yeon Lunch Set ($12) Ssul Lung Tang is a milky beef soup made from broth that has been simmered for hours with beef legs bones. The soup however turned out to be rather light and unflavourful as compared to the thick-richness I was hoping to get. Other than some brisket pieces and sweet potato noodles in the soup, it was too "qing" but comforting at the very least.
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Garlic Soy Sauce Chicken (Wings & Drumlets) - $25.80 for 18pcs As sinful as it may be, Korean fried chicken is on my list of comforting food that is worth every calorie and great pairing with ice cold beer. Each piece of meat was tender and juicy with a savoury crunchy skin. With an added coat of their special sweet and sticky sauce, it was addictive that I want to eat more. 🍗🍺
[ 🎉🎉🎉 GIVEAWAY 🎉🎉🎉 ] Capping the weekend with a Korean Feast at Kko Kko Nara. ❤ @kkokkonara is one of the pioneering restaurants to bring the Korean Fried Chicken trend in Singapore. 🍗🍗🍗 It's available in 4 flavors but I always go for their Soy Garlic Sauce . Aside from these, they also have other dishes like Japchae, Army Stew - Bu Dae Ji Gae, Bossam, and Seafood Pancake. 🥘 Will be giving away 1 x $40 voucher that can only be used only at the Tanjong Pagar Branch. 😃 To qualify: 1. Follow @kkokkonara and @thehungryfeet 2. Tag a friend in your comment 3. Send in as many entries as possible. Giveaway ends on 14th of June and will randomly select the winner and notify them through DM. 😃 Thank you @singaporefoodlisting @kenpgl for the invite 😃
The Hungry
One of my favourite fried korean chicken place in Singapore and w awesome company! ✔ Combo fried chicken set* (~$24): This is their signature!!! And absolutely love the yangneom flavour. The original was surprisingly tasty as most of the time the inner bits are blend..but this is not! Thumbs up! ✔ Tteokbokki ($20): chewy and soft rice cakes with korean ramen. Very authentic taste. ✔ Chestnut Makgeolli: sweeter than the original and I like it! Cheers!! Overall: ❤❤❤❤❤
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Chicken 🐓 + Soju It’s Friday Finally! Thinking 💭 of the last nite meal at @chickenupsg Pineapple 🍍 Soju (S$30++) Served in a pineapple 🍍 in a bowl packed with ice cubes and LED light 💡 . . Yangnyum Chicken 🐓 Wings (S$12++) Sweet and tangy chicken 🐓 wings with a little bit of chilli spice. Handled with disposable gloves 🧤 with care ‘cos pipping hot. . Fried Chicken 🐓Gizzard (S$8++) Mix-marinated chicken 🐓 gizzard and spicy sauce coated with spicy flour and topped with fried garlic. Chewy and addictive. . Chicken Up Address 🏡 : 48 Tanjong Pagar Road, # 01-01 Singapore 🇸🇬 088 469 Tel ☎️ : 6327 1203 Open ⏰ : Mon - Thu : 5.30pm - 2am Fri - Sat : 5.30pm - 3am Sun : 5.30pm - 12am Website 🌐 : MRT 🚇 : Tanjong Pagar (EW15)
UFO Platter Of Goodness Fried squid with tteokbokki; kimchi fried rice, steamed egg, cheese, fried dumplings, creamed corn. Everything on the platter was good, but the steamed egg really stood out to me 😍 slurps. Super worth it with the entertainer 1-1
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Popcorn Chicken In Yangnyum Sauce ($20) Had ganjang soya half chicken, bulgogi pancake and popcorn chicken in yangnyum sauce. Enjoyed the popcorn chicken the most because it suits lazy people like me who wanna enjoy chicken bites at the same time (though it is a bit pricey compare with the portion). The bulgogi pancake is a interesting try but was a bit messy when you are having it since they put beef in between two pieces of pancake. The soya half chicken is too salty for us.
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