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Truffle Cream Salmon ($15.90) The Japanese phrase will tell you that you have three faces, the first one you show to the world, the second you show to your family, and the last you never show to anyone. The third one is often said to be the 'truest' reflection of who you are. In my case, the third face mirrors that of a simian ape on a cocaine and adrenaline overdose. - 📍 THE PLACE A pleasant little joint on the ground floor of The Cathay building, dim lighting and an island-seating concept that is aptly shaped like a scaled-down Noah’s Ark, this time without the animals and with more sashimi. - 🍽 THE FOOD 1️⃣ Wagyu Truffle Beef Don ($23.90) - the staple of practically every mid-scaled donburi joint at the moment, this did not fall below nor exceed expectations 2️⃣ Truffle Cream Salmon ($15.90) - I have a personal bias for the flaky, clean maritime flavours of salmon paired with a cream-based sauce of any kind, so add truffle into the mix, and you’ve got yourself a winner of a donburi 3️⃣ Premium Kaisen Don ($25.90) - it comes in a miniature replica of the scaled-down Noah’s Ark previously mentioned. The entertainment value of that alone is worth half the price 4️⃣ Hotate Mentai ($8) - interesting take on a scallop carpaccio with the addition of cornflakes for a textural contrast - 🤔 THE VERDICT It’s a sushi bar in a boat, that’s gotta be on your bucket list, right?
Thint
5w
Chilli Crab Don Fresh salmon at a good price, the hot sake makes everything even better!
Victor
9w
Wagyu Truffle Beef Wagyu Truffle Beef was overpriced in my opinion, given that I could get better tasting ones at a much more affordable rate from other restaurants. This bowl was not impressive at all, rice could have been a little warmer, there could have been a little more sauce, pretty much mediocre at best. ⁣⁣⁣
Alicia
19w
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Superior Prawn Mee Pok Noodles (SGD $19) @ Izy Fook. Think of this like a fusion of bak chor mee and Hokkien mee; with soft chewy mee pok egg noodles in a gravy of rich prawn stock, having bold sweet savoury salty flavour. . Garnished with tender minced pork, fresh bouncy deshelled tiger prawns, crisp sakura ebi / river shrimp, a wobbly soft onsen egg half, and crunchy fried shallots. . There's supposed to be lup cheong / dried Chinese pork sausage according to the menu, but we didn't have any in our serving. . Still, this was a delicious, filling bowl of noodles, pure comfort flavours. . . . Izy Fook More details in profile & blog
Ivan
24h
Cold Capellini Noodles (SGD $15) @ Izy Fook. This has to be eaten quickly, lest it gets clumpy. . The thin silky strands of capellini / angel hair pasta noodles are served chilled, in a creamy gravy blend of coconut cream, salted egg yolk, and truffle oil, giving this a bright floral earthy nutty sweet salty savoury flavour. . Paired with briny salty juicy globules of flying fish roe and crisp micro-greens, this was refreshing and appetizing. . So good. . . . Izy Fook More details in profile & blog
Ivan
1d
Izy House Salad (SGD $12) @ Izy Fook. This visually looks like a fresh garden salad, but tastes exactly like a Singaporean Chinese rojak salad, just without the dark fermented shrimp gravy. . This is achieved through the use of calamansi juice, laksa flower, and galangal. . The medley of fruits and vegetables (lettuce, chard, baby spinach, pickled cucumber, red onions, pineapple, starfruit, cherry tomato) are fresh and juicy sweet, but the dressing lends a depth of tangy sharp sour earthy spice flavour. . Interesting combination, and I love that it helps open the palate. . . . Izy Fook More details in profile & blog
Ivan
1d
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For Fusion Ramen in Outram Perfect for date night or intimate gatherings is this snazzy ramen bar in Hotel Soloha along Teck Lim Road. Start with their succulent Char Siew Platter ($12) and plump Mentaiko Oysters ($5 per piece, $13 for three). Be sure to leave room for the Sliced Wagyu Beef with Truffle Iberico Tonkotsu ($23.90) — choose between the Japanese ramen noodles, linguine or angel hair pasta. Think Mizayaki A5 wagyu beef, nori seaweed, shimeiji mushrooms, ajitsuke tamago, bamboo shoot and green onion in an aromatic truffle tonkotsu broth. Psst — come from 5-8pm to make full use of their Happy Hour and get 1-for-1 Asahi Beer! Photo by Burppler Xing Wei Chua
Burpple
3w
Signature House Noodle — Sliced Wagyu Beef with Truffle Iberico Tonkotsu Opened recently within Hotel Soloha, Takeshi Noodle Bar is a new ramen establishment that serves up fusion ramen. Allowing patrons to customise their ramen according to their preferences, Takeshi Noodle Bar offers several types of noodles with their Ramen (i.e. Japanese Ramen noodles, Linguine or Angel Hair), whilst also allowing patrons to go for different levels of firmness of the noodles and various thickness of the broth. Going for the Japanese Ramen noodles for hard level of noodle firmness and a normal thickness of the broth, the ramen also features other elements such as Mizayaki A5 Wagyu Beef, Nori Seaweed, Kikuage, Hon Shimeiji, Ajiitsuke Tamango, Menma, Green Onion and a Truffle Tonkotsu broth. Taking a sip of the broth, the broth carries a light truffle aroma that perfumes the entire bowl; prominent but not overwhelming the creamy and aptly thick Tonkotsu broth that is not too cloying on its own. The slices of Wagyu Beef portioned was not something I would call generous; understandably so considering the grade of the beef for such a price tag but they were pretty tender without carrying any gaminess — a mix of lean and fatty meat without needing much effort to chew and almost akin to that of Shabu-Shabu style beef. The remaining condiments help to provide more texture to the ramen; the Hon Shimeiji and Kikuage providing a bouncy bite, while the Menma adds a crunch — the Ajiitsuke Tamago coming with molten yolk that carries a savoury note from the marination. Whilst opting for hard firmness for the noodles, we found the noodles to be much on the soft side instead. A pretty decent bowl of ramen; all served it a pretty hip environment that would work well as a spot for dates or catch-ups for small groups.
Xing Wei
14w
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We Beefin’ Oddly enough, despite Le Coq being an unabashed & proud purveyor of meaty cocks, the skewer that impressed us the most was their wagyu beef one ($6.80++ a stick). Despite being seasoned with nothing but sea salt, pepper and basted with butter, these beef sticks were absolutely ambrosial. The meat was fantastically fatty, juicy and tremendously tender. The smokiness from the charcoal was pleasantly perfumed each bite, and scintillatingly savoury. Every single bite was a brilliantly beefy bite, and it’s all over far, far too soon. I’m, for one, am eternally glad that Le Coq seriously beefed up their menu with these stellar skewers of wagyu beef.
Russell
5d
Oh Man, This Some Good Somen While I found the truffle oil that had been liberally drizzled onto the cold somen quite overwhelming, there was no denying that this Cold Truffle Somen with Scallop Sashimi & Caviar ($16++) was exquisitely enjoyable. Especially after a meal stuffed full of mouthwatering meat in the form of Le Coq’s titillating yakitori. The noodles were delightfully springy & bouncy, and were jus the right side of al dente. As for the sashimi scallops...oh man. The stellar scallop sashimi was stupendously sweet and sensually supple, a fine accompaniment to the noodles. The caviar was dotted around amongst the somen, and each provided a scintillatingly savoury pop when bitten into. Absolutely addictive, believe me. Eating this plate of somen on a screaming hot day? Oh man.
Russell
1w
Truffle Yakiniku with Foie Gras Came here a couple times for their truffle yakiniku with foie gras - have to say that I'm pleasantly surprised that their quality was pretty consistent! The yakiniku was cooked to the perfect doneness, paired with a sinful piece of foie gras. 😋
Steph
1w
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