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New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars In Singapore: February 2021
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New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars In Singapore: February 2021
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This bowl comes with quinoa, kale, sweet corn, cherry tomatoes, dried cranberries, beetroot hummus and falafel. I added sundried tomatoes for $1. This is the cheapest bowl on the menu but it’s bursting with colour and flavour, with a mix of sweet and fresh ingredients.

Having tried their Premium Chirashi previously, I decided to go with 𝐉𝐢𝐧 𝐂𝐡𝐢𝐫𝐚𝐬𝐡𝐢 this time round! Lying atop the specially seasoned rice were generous slices of salmon, tuna, white tuna and scallop, topped with sea urchin, salmon roe and sweet prawn. Though Jin Chirashi was equally good, I personally prefer the Premium Chirashi bowl which boasts really thick and fresh sashimi cuts.

Hadn’t really visited The Rice Bowl at Sim Lim Square for quite a while — a lesser used option for lunch around the office these days somehow, but kinda disappointed how the Cereal Chicken Rice didn’t really age well after a change of ownership.

Prior to the revamp of the space into the brightly coloured establishment that it is now and when wok-fried rice dishes are served on ordinary plates than in a mini-wok atop a basket, the Cereal Chicken Rice is one of my favourite dishes to order here — generous sprinklings of crisp cereal flakes that is buttery and sweet that has been wok-fried with the chicken chunks; came with crisp wok-fried curry leaves and chili padi for a slight heat to tingle the taste buds. The Cereal Chicken Rice now comes with fried bits of egg white; not a bad addition though these are a little difficult to nail down well with their tendency to soak up grease and turn soggy after being left there for a while, not to mention the reduction of the portion of wok-fried cereal to just mere clumps of over-fried, sugary clumps of crunch that felt not only odd, but barely integrated with the entire dish. Thankfully the curry leaves and chili padi still pretty much retained the texture and flavours that it was supposed to, while the sunny side-up was a little inconsistent with another order coming with a runny yolk, though this one came with a fully-cooked yolk. That being said, it’s of a very different breed from the Cereal Chicken Rice that I was used to having here — not really something I would settle for gastronomic value.

I may not have a sweet tooth, but I can have the Pulut Hitam Tart ($3.20 each) any time any day! The buttery tart is filled with a layer of black glutinous rice, a layer of coconut panna cotta and topped with toasted coconut flakes. The contrast in textures, coconut aroma and level of sweetness are on point - love it!

The Brownie Speculoos Cookie Butter Tart ($3.20 each) is not bad too - the chocolaty, biscuity and buttery flavours complement one another and the sweetness is balanced by a hint of sea salt. Having said that, if I have to pick one item that stole the show, it will definitely have to be the Pulut Hitam Tart🤤

Had craving for mala xiang guo and decided to try this since I was around the area. I think the price was reasonable and food wasnt too salty or oily. Ordered non spicy since I couldn't take chilli. Intestines didnt have a smell. Overall satisfied with the food. Not much queue during lunch so I got my order quickly.

From Sinn Ji 星记
Clean neat presentation of the fragrant fluffy chicken rice.
Highly recommended!
Loved the attention being put in for such a common delicacy.
Shiok!

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From Sinn Ji 星记
Also known as Ngoi Hiang.
Deep fried crispy outside, savoury tender meat texture inside.
Dip some sauce to enhance the enjoyment.
Shiok!

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