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@pickysnoutsg has always been the place I pass by whenever I’m making my way downtown to the gym (ironic, I know). I’ve always been intrigued by them pairing meats marinated with Vietnamese flavours with the Swiss staple of rösti, which seems like a mismatch at first glance.⠀

However, I was proven wrong by their Rösti Saigon Pork, priced rather reasonably at eleven dollars & ninety cents for a rösti & two thin but ponderous pork chops. The rösti was a little soft, with decently crisp edges and it was pretty decent overall. As with any other fried potato dish, it absorbs a fair bit of oil as potatoes hoover up oil like nothing else, but Picky Snout’s rösti is acceptable and not offensively oily.⠀

The pork chops, as expected, carried the entire team. They were a little thin, but they were tender and still fairly juicy. The powerful piquancy of the lemongrass is the predominant aroma in this dish, and its citrusy, grassy scent kept the natural musk of the pork under control. The pork was sufficiently savoury with a charming char, but I personally reckon that Picky Snout could be a lot bolder with the use of fish sauce in their pork marinade.⠀

The one thing about Picky Snout that I was distinctly unimpressed by was their sour cream. They charge fifty cents for a saucer of sour cream, and their sour cream has a runny, thin consistency like milk. I don’t know if the usual consistency of the sour cream was altered due to the hellish heat in the coffeeshop, or if Picky Snout watered it down, but I definitely remember sour cream being a lot less runny.⠀

Sour cream aside, the tasty pork chops paired surprisingly well with the rösti mainly due to the rösti being simply flavoured with salt. Even if you’re picky about your porcine, @pickysnoutsg will satisfy your porky desires.

@carlsjrsingapore marketing department has definitely been caught lacking, as I didn’t even know they were running a limited time burger special as a tie in to the new Godzilla & King Kong movie. They had the burgers for a whole month and I didn’t see a single ad about it until I walked in. But now we get back to the meat of the matter (or the burger in this case), the Godzilla Burger priced at twenty three dollars, and the Kong Burger priced at nineteen dollars. Both come with an included mango soft drink that will come in pretty handy later on.⠀

I simply couldn’t resist the allure of bacon, and I got the Godzilla Burger. The gargantuan Godzilla lives up to its namesake: fluffy brioche buns can barely contain THREE thick Angus beef patties that are topped with American cheese & lots of bacon. The Godzilla Burger is a prime illustration of the phrase ‘too much of a good thing’, as the grilled beef patties, the salty bacon & the cheese all combined to form an obscene onslaught on my palate & my waistline. ⠀

I absolutely adore a behemoth burger, but the Godzilla was too much for even me to handle. I was struggling to get the last few bites of burger down as my body started to loathe me, and the amount of grease from the burger was too much for even the free flow salsa from the condiment bar to contain. The Godzilla Burger is a tasty burger, but once is certainly enough for me.⠀

Another reason why Carl’s Jr is lagging far behind its competitors is due to their baffling business decisions. I was only given the option to add on fries for a dollar, but I wanted onion rings. However, I had to pay full price for the rings, which came up to $5.30. I think Carl’s Jr changed their onion ring recipe as these new ones appear to have a more craggy coating and are way more crunchy than before, so I wouldn’t say that the extra $5 was a waste. Still extortionate though. Come on @carlsjrsingapore, make it make sense.

The duck leg confit is their signature dish, skin of the duck is perfectly crisped! The duck is served with mashed sweet potatoes, edamame, corn and chickpeas - a tasty mix.

For dessert, the Raspberry cheesecake parfait is to die for - must try! The raspberry sorbet complemented the mousse-like cheesecake perfectly.

Redeemed but unable to use the code despite following all the instructions. Called the listed number but nobody picks up. Opening hours not the same as listed on their website. Scam.

Redeemed but unable to use the code despite following all the instructions. Called the listed number but nobody picks up. Opening hours not the same as listed on their website. Scam.

Must try their Seafood Paofan & Ngoh Hiang!!! It’s so delicious 🤤🤤🤤 The prawns and clams are fresh and sweet, it makes the paofan’s soup so so so tasty 😍 Super Recommend!

If it is not for the fact that there are so many social media posts out there raving about the existence of Bao Er Cafe at Balestier Plaza, it is likely that one would probably not know that there is an eatery that is hidden in the second level of this sleepy looking mall that seems trapped in a particular period of time. Most should have heard about the establishment by now; and for those who had not — Bao Er Cafe is an establishment by the same folks behind Pranwography, which runs an establishment by the same name in the nearby Novena Gardens as well as also having an outlet within the Koufu food court at Oasis Terraces. Bao Er Cafe can be described as an extension of what Prawnography is all about; Prawnography being an establishment that focuses a lot on their Hokkien Mee which is pretty much a signature dish of the brand. Despite being a fairly new set-up, Bao Er Cafe does look rather period correct in the compounds that it is being situated in — the furniture and fittings are particularly functional and albeit dated; the dining hall does come with a mirrored wall, while the wooden tables are wrapped with a marble-esque vinyl that wrap that “adds class” to the entire vibe of the space. Offering Prawnography’s signature dishes on its menu here at Bao Er Cafe, one can find their Signature Hokkien Mee here; other offerings on its menu includes a line-up of fried rice dishes, as well as fried Bee Hoon and also waffles and ice-cream. Beverages served at Bao Er Cafe includes the usual selection of local-style coffee and tea, Milo, Iced Lemon Tea and even a series of house-made concoctions of fizzy drinks — just to name a few.

Being much of a Kaya Butter Toast lover that is usually on a hunt to find a good Kaya Butter Toast to have, the number of rave reviews for the Kaya Butter Toast at Bao Er Cafe got us intrigued enough to head down to Balestier Plaza on a weekday morning just to check them out — we did make a failed attempt in visiting them on a weekday afternoon, where we note that there was a big crowd standing around waiting for other diners to vacate their seats while another queue stretched out from the counter with folks awaiting to place their order. While the Kaya Butter Toast is also available as a set under the Kaya Butter Toast Set that comes with the two (2) soft boiled eggs and the diner’s choice of beverages, our order was for an ala-carte Kaya Butter Toast. There is some waiting time required for the Kaya Butter Toast at Bao Er Cafe considering how everyone was ordering the same item during our visit, but we found it to be well worth it. Some would call Bao Er Cafe’s Kaya Butter Toast the best around the island and it is easy to see why there is such high acclaim for the item here — the brown toast does come sliced thinly here whilst coming with a good balance of both kaya and butter. What really stands out with their rendition of the Kaya Butter Toast is how it comes with both cold Kaya and a slab of cold butter; while the latter is more common, there are not many occasions where we come across a variant of the Kaya Butter Toast that comes with cold Kaya.

The Kaya is really smooth here in terms of texture; sure that there are some parts that are a little lumpy, but the Kaya has a silky smooth consistency that isn’t as grainy as the commercially-made Kaya that we all are more familiar with; the Kaya being pretty drippy and was a delight to have with the cold slab of salted butter and the crisp, toasted bread that surprisingly did not turn limp even having sat at the table for a while. On the other hand, the Kopi that they serve up here is pretty lacking in the depth of flavours; a little bland and lacks the caffeinated kick that we would have liked to have out of it. While Prawnography is perhaps better known for their Signature Hokkien Mee, there is no doubt on why the most popular item at Bao Er Cafe is their Kaya Butter Toast — this is definitely a version to die for and it is little wonder why people actually go through the hassle of dining here just to get their grubby hands on one; the Kaya Butter Toast is likely the item that outshines all of their other offerings. Do come prepared to wait in line if one drops by over the weekend; we also note that ventilation in the store is rather weak and one is likely to leave the eatery smelling all smoky from the cooking of the Signature Hokkien Mee despite the kitchen being shielded away from the rest of the space with a curtain. Regardless, we would still think that Bao Er Cafe’s Kaya Butter Toast is certainly worth trying at least once to see what it is all about!

Eat all the grilled fish you want in different flavors - fermented black bean, hot and spicy, pickled cabbage and more! Other signature sides are included✨ eg fish crackers, mapo tofu, spicy clams 💯‼️ worth it for big eaters 😂 eat all you want at no time limit as long as you don’t waste food 👀✨ best way to try them all😉‼️

Their rendition is relatively lighter than before, the luscious sheen of caramelised syrup gleaming in the light.
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Has firm crisp brittle texture that shatters in parts when bit, carrying lovely floral earthy sweet spice flavour.
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A sweet note that pairs well to end a meal.
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Jalebi
Jaggi’s Northern Indian Cuisine
@ 36 Race Course Road
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This is a must get for those who like refreshing zesty flavor! calamansi is a rare flavor to get! with aiyu as the sweetness works so well too💗