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@kedaikopisg is a fully halal coffeeshop, so of course they serve up mouthwatering Malay staples like nasi goreng. But Banana Grill doesn’t just do normal nasi goreng, oh hell naw. They fry up the best damn seafood nasi goreng, and then gingerly wrap it in a banana leaf. That’s right fellas, it’s a present, and it’s a positively palatable one at that.⠀

Fluffy, well separated grains of (basmati? I don’t remember fam) rice are well acquainted with a subtle yet scintillating sambal in a devilishly hot wok, and is buffed with the inclusion of well beaten eggs that morph into omelettes by the end of the cooking cycle. But of course, it wouldn’t be seafood nasi goreng without the seafood, and so a generous bevy of squid, shrimp & sliced fishcakes are incorporated into the marvellous mound of fried carby deliciousness. Oh, and watch out for the slices of chili, which are there are extra spice bombs.⠀

At $9.90 for this Banana Leaf Seafood Fried Rice that will feed two, this is dish is perfect for using as a gauge for your potential wife fellas. Hear ye young kings, for I preach unto thee from the Gospel of Future: if you present her with this piquant present & she receives it eager, she’s a keeper. If she throws a fit, she belongs to the streets.⠀

Thanks for hosting me, @esth3r_esth3r & @kedaikopisg!

Fave bakery of all time. They even slice up and toast a simple bun that I ordered. Crisp on the edges and super fragrant with the peanut butter and nut filling. Such an underrated find.

I'm principally against buying this in Singapore because it's so cheap in Thailand, but there's no travel right now. It's thick and juicy, but was missing the flavour of Thai moo ping.

Situated in a relatively quiet suburb, Amano had a very relaxing atmosphere.

From entrance to table, I was treated very nicely by the staff. Kudos to their amazing hospitality. What we ordered was the:

- Carbonara
- Calamari
- Garlic bread

The creamless Carbonara was thick, rich and delicious, with portions that I don’t think anyone can complain about. I was full by the end of it and certainly satisfied by its taste.

The calamari was solid, enjoyed by both me and the missus. It was served with a delectable spicy sauce.

The garlic bread however, was surprisingly atrocious. Semi-burnt, bland, with nary a hint of garlic. It felt like just bread. There was an ominous sense of foreboding since it was the first thing we had but fortunately, the calamari and the pasta was great.

TLDR;
+ great pasta
+ great ambience
+ great staff,

- somehow the garlic bread was horrendous

Available till 3 March
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1 for ($2.30)
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Biscuit glazed with pineapple jam
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Available till 3 March
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Coated with a special Hae Bee Hiam recipe made with dried shrimps, that are fried till fragrant with belacan, shallots and other spices, and orange breadcrumbs
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Part of a 2-Piece Hae Bee Hiam Chicken Set ($10.60)
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I am not sure what the hype about this place is about. The coffee was so so. The toast was done using conventional toasters like those you see in a hotel breakfast buffet. Their packets of Nasi Lemak were definitely mass produced in some factory. Even the much vaunted French Toast had a dollop of lumpy Kaya. For those who have made Kaya before, you know the lumps came from poor addition of flour for thickening the Kaya. Tells you a lot. Only saving Grace was I saw a helper scrapping off the burnt and charred bits off a slice of toast, just like how they used to do it in the old days.

Not coming back here.

One of the three restaurants on the 57 floor of MBS, the view is magnificent. Food wise, no surprises. The Grilled Octopus with Tom Yum emulsion was nicely done. The Iberico Pork Satay smoky and sweet tasting. The Saigon Grill Prawns were succulent and the accompanying salad accentuated the taste
Do the prawns. The Smoked Black Cod tasted weird like it is a bit raw. Complete the meal for 3 with cocktails and a bottle of bubbly. Damage was almost $400

Maybe I’ll come back but it better be on a date night.