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If it’s up to me to choose, I will say to go for both of them! The Chicken Dum Biryani ($6.50) is the version that we are all familiar with, in which the marinated chicken is cooked together with the basmati rice while the Chicken Mandi Biryani ($6.50) is not commonly seen elsewhere. What makes the mandi unique is that the rice is cooked in a mandi spice mixture and separate from the chicken. Upon each order, the chicken is then blow-torched to give it a smoky aroma and charred flavour. Just the appearance and colour alone is able to distinguish both biryanis and each is served with a different condiment. The mandi comes with a side of yogurt and green chilli chutney, the latter very similar to the Thai green chilli sauce, while the dum briyani comes with a dhal and a chutney that I suspect is made from plums. Overall, an excellent go-to for biryanis which you will surely feel satisfied and fulfilled at the end of the meal.
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📍Café Mariam
116 Changi Road, Unit 01-02, Singapore 419718

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Just a few doors away from Geometry, Carrara cafe is another neighborhood minimalistic cafe that serves homemade gelato and western cuisine in the Bukit Merah estate.

Their signature Bluepea Lemongrass Pandan gelato flavour, or the “Little Nyonya” flavour, was one of the flavours that earned them recognition at the Singapore Gelato Championship 2019. If you like a herbal aftertaste, then you should definitely give it a try. We had a crowd favourite, milk and honey, which was simple but comforting. I liked that it was creamy without the heavy milk fat taste (which can be quite a turn-off), and paired harmoniously with the honey floral flavour. Also went for a comparatively light flavour, oolong osmanthus. A pleasant, full-bodied, toasted black tea flavour with a hint of floral fruitiness. Waffles here were soft and fluffy, though I would have preferred an additional crispiness. Pretty disappointing ice lemon tea that was strongly flavoured and diluted.

Thanks to #burpplebeyond, we enjoyed 2 waffles gelato set at the price of 1!

YUN NANS's signature prawn broth with Poached Rice, Clams and Prawns, topped with Crispy Rice Pops.
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Location: @Yunnanssg Jewel Changi Airport and Westgate Oultlets
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Lucky are those staying in the east & west as @yunnanssg’s food is 💯! Every dish from their CNY menu ($268++ onwards for 4-10pax) is good! If I really have to pick, my vote goes to the Golden Poached Rice with Seafood in Prawn Broth 五谷丰收 (海鲜虾汤泡脆金米). Poached rice with fresh seafood in YUN NANS’s signature prawn broth; topped with crispy rice pops. My kind of comfort food! Please include this on the menu permanently!

Love the Yunnans Prosperity Treasure Hot Pot ($168/6 pax; $288/10 pax) too. Premium ingredients in premium soup in an earthen pot. What’s there not to love? The broth is boiled for six hours, using aged hen, aged duck, pork bones and aged dry-cured ham.

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For an after-meal treat that isn't too cloying, count on Hvala! The Matcha Soft Serve ($6) is distinctly bittersweet and fragrant in tea flavour. If you like your tea roastier, go for the Matcha x Houjicha Soft Serve for the same price. The latter adds a nice, earthy balance.
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Unless one is from Szechuan or Hunan, it’d be hard to eat these dishes often, but once in a while, it’s extremely satisfying. This location serves the best food among the different SCDH outlets - flavourful, spicy but not numbing. There are non-spicy dishes from other Chinese cuisines, but frankly such dishes (eg. Peking duck) are not as good as those at the better Cantonese restaurants in town. The classic Szechuan dishes are outstanding - sliced pork in garlic and chilli sauce, Chong Qing diced chicken, beef and tripe in chilli sauce, boiled fish in Sichuan pepper sauce, dumpling in sour and spicy sauce. They might help kill corona virus! The view is fabulous, service is attentive, and prices are not outrageous for the quality and location.

Unless one is from Szechuan or Hunan, it’d be hard to eat these dishes often, but once in a while, it’s extremely satisfying. This location serves the best food among the different SCDH outlets - flavourful, spicy but not numbing. There are non-spicy dishes from other Chinese cuisines, but frankly such dishes (eg. Peking duck) are not as good as those at the better Cantonese restaurants in town. The classic Szechuan dishes are outstanding - sliced pork in garlic and chilli sauce, Chong Qing diced chicken, beef and tripe in chilli sauce, boiled fish in Sichuan pepper sauce, dumpling in sour and spicy sauce. They might help kill corona virus! The view is fabulous, service is attentive, and prices are not outrageous for the quality and location.