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It stands to reason that a place known for fresh sashimi would likely have better quality fish in yu sheng.
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The inclusion of pine nuts and sunflower seeds lends a nice crunch to texture, while the thick salmon fish slices are fresh and succulent.
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The use of kombu seaweed also lends a more pronounced earthy flavour, complementing the fresh vegetal sweet flavours from the other ingredients.
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Available from now till 7th February 2020.
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Invited tasting.
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Kyoaji Dining
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C3 Cheese Cake
Tiramisu

Earl Grey and Peach Oolong Tea not in picture.

Crowded on a Friday evening at about 8.30 pm, had to put our names down in the waiting list. Staffs were all very polite and friendly despite the large crowd. There was a wide range of desserts and beverage to choose from! The C3 cheese cake was rich and not too sweet. We added too much rum into our tiramisu and half way through the dessert it was a bit sickening. But luckily the tea lessen the guilt and the sweetness of the dessert. Probably will come back to try others at off peak hours as its a really nice place to chill with affordable Beyond deal.

薄饼
From 美兴 Bee Heng Popiah
Priced $4.40 for 2.
Simple choice of snack to share.

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肉骨茶
From Happy Bak Kut Teh
Hearty portion of $7.50, for the lunch.
Highly recommended!

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I am a fan of Gordon Ramsay due to US MasterChef so of course I had to visit Bread Street Kitchen when it arrived on our shores. I had high hopes for the dishes and ordered crowd pleasers such as traditional British fish & chips served with crushed peas and tartare sauce, slow roasted Dingley Dell pork belly with apple purée and whole grain mustard jus and butternut squash risotto topped with crispy sage and parmesan. The dishes were tasty enough but none really took me by surprise. Could be due to the fact that I had such sky high expectations or it was just that British fare wasn’t my cup of tea.

One of my girlfriends had wanted to try Pizza Express so we went to the outlet at Holland V for lunch on a Sunday. Of course we had to order the famous Dough Balls. We were spoilt for choice with the pizzas and pastas and in the end, settled on Calabrese and the Lobster & Crabmeat Ravioli. The dough balls had a delightful crispy exterior and chewy and warm on the inside. The garlic butter only served to enhance the overall experience. These are carbs definitely worth the calories haha. I particularly enjoyed the Calabrese which was essentially a rectangular pizza topped with Calabria-style sausage, spicy Italian sausage, mozzarella, parmesan, jalapeño peppers, chili, roasted peppers, pesto and rocket leaves. The ingredients all came together very well, resulting in a pizza that was full of flavour. The lobster and crabmeat ravioli was smothered in a mushroom and pomodoro sauce. The dish was tasty enough but I would order the Calabrese anytime.

Falafels are crunchy fritters made of chickpeas and broad beans. Qasr's version ($14 for 4 pieces) had a crunchy exterior and a crumbly interior. It was served with a yogurt dip and some salad.

It was one of my favorites in the spread I ate. They werent too oily and the earthiness of the chickpea worked well with the creamy yogurt. I loved the breadcrumbs used to coat each falafel and the way the crumbs that made up the falafel was just barely packed together, falling apart in my mouth with each bite. Perfect just to whet the appetite.

8/10

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“Find yourself in the labyrinth” of this Cinnamon Bun.
We heard a queuing neighbour said ‘yeah it finally comes’. We put it on the tray and grin that it must be good. It turns out to be rather stiff.