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Grilled Prawns Pesto Pasta ($23) Finally made it down to Eleven Strands after hearing so much about it! & boy did they not disappoint. Thanks to Burpple beyond, we managed to get our pasta at 1 for 1! We ordered the Grilled Prawns Pesto Pasta and Squid Ink Pasta, with a side of truffle Kombu fries & it was quite a full meal! I love that they gave us the option of choosing our choice of pasta. I decided on fusilli as I wanted every curve and angle to hold on to the pesto sauce. As the plate touched the table, I knew I was in for a treat! I first caught slight hints of toasted pine nuts & with every mouthful of pasta, the flavours grew more! Their version was pesto was on a lighter side and they added a pretty generous amount of olive oil, however, it wasn鈥檛 too oily. Even after finishing up the bits of pasta and prawns, I used the fries to wipe up the remaining puddle of oil as it was just soooo tasty!
Amanda
7h
Braised Beef Cheeks Decadent mash w flavourful stewed beef. Bacon gave an extra bite. Well worth a beyond redemption. Beef abit gamey tho
Ryan
30s
Truffle Kombu Fries ($15) Finally got the chance to visit Eleven Strands, the sibling cafe of popular joint, South Union Park! Just a stone throw away from Serangoon Stadium, Eleven Strands serves up French fusion items which sounds fancy but hits all the right spots! One of them would be the Truffle Kombu Fries! Upon serving, you wouldn鈥檛 expect the whiffs of truffle oil like most truffle fries have, but the subtle flavours of truffle can be tasted on each fry! Every piece also comes generously coated with kombu, which is a sort of kelp (aka seaweed). It also comes with a side of truffle kombu sauce which packs a whole punch of truffle, without being too much of an overkill.
Amanda
1w
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In short, order this. My mum yelled "Paella?!" when this came to our table 馃槀 No it isn't paella, but Olivia Restaurant鈥檚 Black Rice with Carabinero Prawn ($32) is among their most lauded dishes besides their super instgrammable cheesecake 鈥 and for very good reasons. Overlooking those stunningly grilled prawns, the rice alone is worthy of praise. It's creamy and robust, having absorbed the briny squid ink broth it's been slowly cooked in, and carries a slightly smoky flavour which, I'm not too sure came from the rice alone or was imparted from the grilled prawns. Slip in a bite of the sweet prawns with your spoon of rice and, trust me, you would want for nothing more. Except maybe everything else on their menu.
Nobelle
2h
The absolute best When talking about Olivia Restaurant, there's simply no avoiding their cheesecake. Or rather, cheese tart. Imagine my surprise, looking at that molten flowy centre, then biting in and realising it鈥檚 cold 馃槸 but hey it works I ain鈥檛 complaining. Exceedingly creamy, smooth, rich, and also excruciatingly addictive urgh. I was a little apprehensive knowing blue cheese is included in the mix (I鈥檓 not a fan), but I have to say I didn鈥檛 get any pungent notes from this dessert! Instead, a very welcomed tinge of savouriness that, I felt, helped cut through the rich sweet treat. I wanna say it鈥檚 the best cheesecake I鈥檝e ever had, but thinking about it it鈥檚 actually more of a throwback to all those molten cheese tarts that used to pop up everywhere. And if you hopped onto that trend, you should definitely give this a go.
Nobelle
2h
For a Catalonian Experience Great for a birthday celebration or an intimate get-together, note this snazzy spot on Keong Saik Road for upscale yet comforting Spanish fare. Have the crowd favourite Pulpo Con Espuma de Patata y panceta Crujiente ($32) for pork belly and tender octopus on smooth potato mash. Also share the Black Rice with Grilled Mediterranean Red Prawns ($32) that sees rice infused in a rich squid ink broth. Save room for their standout desserts such as the Spanish "Torrija" with Ice Cream ($14) and the decadent Creamy Homemade Cheesecake ($14) 鈥 best enjoyed by blue cheese-lovers! Photo by Burppler Jen 馃構
Burpple
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馃崑 Lemon Zest Fries $8 | Thick-cut fries with lemon zest, served with homemade mayo. 鈥楯ust the right level of thickness - every bite was a great balance of crisp and potato-ey fluff. The hint of lemon was mild, best tasted when you鈥檝e the fries plain (ie, no mayo dip!)
Chubby
5m
Pork-a-licious Burger ($29.50) A juicy patty with tender pulled pork, this burger is quite memorable. Despite the copious amounts of sauce given, the marination of the meat still permeates the meal. The burger is also pretty massive so it is likely to leave you satiated. The dish is not a main so it does not come with fries. Drinks also have to be ordered separately but no water is provided. There is only an additional service charge. I would still recommend this place though especially for their burgers.
Zachary
30s
For Hearty Burgers in Tanjong Pagar Jot this new burger joint in Duxton down for date nights. Available till October 21st is The Most Expensive Burger In Singapore ($250) that's made with a 24-karat gold leaf covered bun, butter poached lobster tail, pan-seared Foie Gras, Japanese Kobe wagyu, champagne braised shallots, black truffle and caviar (all proceeds will go to The Children鈥檚 Charities Association of Singapore). If you're unable to catch it, pop by anyway and try their Singapore Fling ($35) for wagyu beef topped with crab meat or the Hangover Burger ($27.50) with black Angus beef, grilled pancetta, a sweet red wine onion compote and a sunny-side up 鈥 both doused in Lombardo's homemade burger sauce. Photo by Burppler Alex Loh
Burpple
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