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Jackpot K Seafood & Cheese BBQ Buffet [$37.90/pax] There are several cheese and seafood BBQ options in Golden Mile Complex, but we ended up at Jackpot K because of their free flow oysters and salmon sashimi! Oysters were surprisingly good but the quality and inconsistent freshness of the sashimi made us afraid to order more. Variety of food available was about average - various meats, vegetables, shells, squids, crabs, crayfish, canned drinks and ice cream but taste wise, it was quite one dimensional and not really worth the money. We had the most of eggs (cooked on the sides of the pot and actually really good), crayfish and oysters. The store has different cooking pans as well and the type similar to mookata with the dome shaped centre was splattering so much oil that we had to cook the food standing further away. We appreciated the friendly service but would have preferred to head a few doors down for New Udon Thai's Mookata!
Wei Zhi
Cheesy Mokata . | Thai style mokata, Korean molten cheese and thick American cut meat. Free flow of curry crab, fried wings and drinks. . | I loved the thick cut of meat. Dripping the juicy meat into the molten pool of cheese was more than sinful. However, after the tenth bite, the heaviness sat in. . | Their curry crab and wing was ok but don't expect too much. If you asked me if I going to revisit, my answer would be a definitely No.
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Fried Mee Sua - Shiok! Having enjoyed this eatery’s famous Moonlight Hor Fun on a previous visit, I wanted to try something else for our meal-closing noodles, which is how the Fried Mee Sua ended up on our table. Light and a little fluffy, the strands of noodles were suffused with “wok hei” and a rich flavour. Obviously, whatever stock Chef Wayne splashes on during the cooking process was of a superior kind. The amount of “liao” (ingredients: prawns, pork, squid and egg) thrown in was also impressive. It hit the ideal noodle-to-“liao” ratio for me, which means I never had a bite where it was mee sua and mee sua only.
Their Black Pepper Crab That Is A Little More Complex In Taste Profile. On my third visit here in the space of a few weeks, this time with friends visiting from Hongkong, we ordered the “Black Pepper Crab” as they had a craving for it. The sauce here departs a little from the norm. Unlike the typical black pepper sauce I’ve had at most restaurants and other “zi char” eateries which tends to differ in terms of how peppery it is, this tasted more complex and leaned towards the savoury. I found out from chatting with co-owner Paul that his brother, Head Chef Wayne adds fried curry leaves and “hae bee” (dried shrimp) to theirs. No wonder it’s so unique. It had us licking our fingers after we were done licking it off the crab shells. #toogoodtowaste.
Choose The Steamed Crab When You Want To Really Taste The Crab ($72 for our serving shown) After seeing @kengengkee post about their Steamed Crab on Instagram, my parents and I decided to give it a try when we were there for dinner last Sunday. Well, we loved how its natural sweetness shone through in this style of cooking. There was nothing too rich or overpowering because the crustacean was topped simply with egg white and finished with a splash of Chinese wine. For freshness of crab, there is hardly a better litmus test either, and KEK Seafood Alexandra passed with flying colours.
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Signature Patin Fish Patin fish is not avail for buffet. It’s their signature choice and it taste different than your usual snapper. Well worth the top up... maybe. But it’s the best grilled fish we’ve tried.
Chong Qing Grilled Fish I was very excited to finally be able to try the grilled fish at this restaurant. I am personally a big fan of the Chong Qing cuisine and love the occasional mala! 🔥 I did not have high expectations as my mother has never been a big fan of such dishes but was willing to give it another try. We wanted to order the grilled marble gory but sadly they were out of stock so we eventually settled for the sea bass instead. We chose a very classic combination of the spicy and fragrant style of cooking with medium heat (中辣) We also decided to add side dishes into the pot such as enoki mushrooms, lotus root and handmade noodles. I thoroughly enjoyed it. It wasn’t too oily and the fish itself was very tasty. The addition of the noodles complimented the dish very well and added an extra umph to the entire experience. It completed the meal. (highly recommend adding the noodles- great texture) Also ordered a passionfruit cooler and was very refreshing and not too sweet (which i enjoyed). I would recommend getting a cooler for $4.90 instead of the canned drinks selling at $3.50 ps no free water was served at mineral water costs $1.60. Sadly we didn’t get a chance to try to other dishes that they offered but will definitely visit again to give them a try! Went on a Sunday afternoon and it wasn’t very crowded. Great service and dining atmosphere. Would recommend. :)
Hand Shredded Cabbage (SGD $11) @ Chong Qing Grilled Fish. . The Shou Si Bao Cai / 手撕包菜 has deep salty savoury vegetal sweet flavours. . This features hand pulled crunchy Chinese cabbage, wok tossed along with tender pork belly slices, garlic, and dried chili. . Actually tasty enough to eat on its own, or paired with white rice. . . . Chong Qing Grilled Fish More details in profile & blog
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🎶Talking to the MOON~ trying to get to you~🎶 Hope you friends had a very happy Mid-Autumn Festival yesterday feasting on MOONcakes! 🥮🥮🥮 . My family is a huge fan of Marriott Tang's mooncakes ❤ & this year is of no exception! ✔ DURIANS are our absolute favourite so we bagged these Pure Mao Shan Wang Premium Grade Durian Snowskin Mooncakes (纯正猫山王榴莲冰皮月饼)! 😍😍😍 . Definitely deserving as best seller ($82 for 8pcs) of @singaporemarriott! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Mochi-like soft skin encasing a generous amount of pure MSW puree bound to satisfy any durian lover with its intense bittersweet flavour! 💯 I sure enjoyed it! 😋 . Hope you've gotten your share of mooncakes to enjoy with your loved ones over a cup of tea & precious conversations! ✌🏻 Happy weekend! 💕
[GIVEAWAY – Assorted Baked Mooncakes] . Exquisitely handcrafted baked and snowskin mooncakes from Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant @singaporemarriott are available from 8 August to 13 September 2019. . In collaboration with @singaporemarriott we are giving away a box of Assorted Baked Mooncakes 精选杂锦月饼 to one of our follower: . ▪️White Lotus Seed Paste Baked Mooncake with Jambon de Bayonne, Lavender & Pistachio NEW ▪️Chicken Bak-Kwa Baked Mooncake with Assorted Nuts ▪️White Lotus Seed Paste Baked Mooncake with Single Yolk White Lotus Seed Paste Baked ▪️Mooncake with Macadamia Nuts . To Qualify: 1️⃣Like this post 2️⃣Following @singaporemarriott and @mightyfoodie 3️⃣Tag your loved ones and tell us why you want to win it. . Closing Date: 9 Aug 2019, 2359hrs . Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel’s mooncakes are available for pre-orders online . #singaporemarriott #burpple #burpplesg #sgmooncake #midautumnfestival #sggiveaway #sgcontest
For Chinese Dishes Designed to Impress Fitted with dim lighting and gold finishings, this ostentatious restaurant in Marriott Tang is excellent for business dinners or company lunches. Burppler Casey Tan adores their flakey Deep Fried Taro Dumplings ($10.50 for two) stuffed with creamy scallops and topped with mini abalone. The Siew Mai ($5/2pcs) is especially tasty when paired with their spicy Szechuan chili oil. If anything, be sure to order the quintessential Rice Noodle Roll With Prawns ($5.50) which is generously portioned, with large prawns. For dessert, get the Deep Fried Crispy Durian ($18 for 4pcs) that is both delightfully chewy as it is crispy. Photo by Burppler Casey Tan
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These were our order in celebration of Father’s Day: 1. Braised Home-made Beancurd with Ginko Nuts ($24) - silky & smooth & tasty 👍🏻 2. Promfret in two styles ($108) - super overly priced though it was quite innovative - one time try enough liao 😅 3. Crispy Crullers ($24) - stuffed deep-fried youtiao - usual crispy taste lor 😆 4. Vegetable with assorted eggs in superior stock ($15) - stock kinda lacked richness & the taste not eggy enough leh 😏 5. Deluxe Platter ($68) - I like the prawn salad & stir-fried egg as usual 🙂 6. Honey Glazed Pork Ribs ($18) - I like the sauce, not too sweet 😉 7. Roasted Spring Chicken ($18) - not crispy enough & the meat was hard - kampong chicken? 🤨 8. Crispy Baby Squids ($18) - not crispy enough & too chewy 😶 9. Hong Kong Fried Noodle ($24) - too sweet & where were the ‘liao’ (ingredients)? 🧐 🥢 This place was not crowded with spacious siting & service was ok. Sadly not conveniently accessible with only one lift and it was located at level 6. Food quality was average & probably was not worth the price to pay for. 🥢 #burpple
Chilli Crab & Salted Egg Crab Rumoured to be the creator of chilli crab, Singapore's most famous food. Heads up the version here is on the sweet side, which is how the original was known to be.
Thiam Peng
Chilli Crab ($68/kg) + Fried Buns ($1.40) + Salted Egg Prawns ($20) + Sambal Kangkong ($8) Brought my international friends here to taste the chilli crab. But first, a short adventure in trying to find this restaurant located at the top of a multistorey carpark. The prawns were served de-shelled with salted egg sauce (with bits of salted egg in it!) and topped with crispy floss. The kangkong was really good as well - thumbs up for the sambal. Finally, the chilli crab was served; fresh, with the sweet and egg-y chilli sauce, awesome with the fried mantous! & I had fun watching my International friends have fun struggling with extracting the meat from the crab hahah.
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Butter Pork Ribs ($6) 29/08/19 Came here with a group of friends for a late lunch at around 1400H. All of us ended up ordering the same thing due to lots of persuasion from the lady working there. In Chinese, she was saying that if we have never tried their butter pork ribs before, we have got to have it and that the people that she recommended it to just moments earlier all said that it was very good. My verdict? It is definitely a comforting tasty and sinful dish, not much wrong with such a classic but honestly, nothing spectacular. Would have preferred a salted egg version whereby curry leaves are used for additional spice and flavour. Note: My portion came with two servings of their vegetables (no extra charge) as I had requested for more. Taste: 7/10 Overall: 7/10
Mee goreng Pretty good mee goreng from Ding Heng! Told them less chilli so the balance of sweet and spicy is just nice .. Slightly oily and wet for my liking, and sadly, the portion is not as big as I expected. But overrall, with its ingredients of prawn, squid, eggs and all, it is still delicious and ill definitely order again if I'm back. 7.8/10👌🏽👌🏽👌🏽
Butter Pork rice This meal reminds me of creamy butter crab. Except it's more affordable and its pork. It's creamy, buttery and sweet with curry leaves and a dash of chilli, it's pork is not the most tender or juicy, but it's still tasty and is able to cut through with ease. Comes with a sunny side up egg.. and 'plain' white rice.. Just think this as a cross between pork ribs and creamy butter crab and it's only $6! Credit to @sheeatshsucooks to intro me this place! :) 7.9/10👌🏽👌🏽👌🏽
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