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Food Fortunes for the Year of the Rat
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Food Fortunes for the Year of the Rat
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Best Halal Food in Singapore
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A very decadent dish with thinly sliced hamachi forming the base beautifully, with ikura decorating the top and truffle oil drizzled over as a finishing touch. I recommend starting off your meal with this dish before moving on to dishes with more bold flavours. ⁣⁣

While their pancakes might have been a letdown, this pastry here did not disappoint. ⁣fluffy and flakey, every bite was filled with sweetness which was well balanced with the sourness from the passionfruit. Mmm 😋 ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣

Always spoilt for choice whenever I'm here, with their wide array of dishes here - hot to cold, soup to dry, you name it, they have it. They may not have the best price point but I think their soba is pretty much worth a trip down given the quality and quantity of it.⁣

Got their Spicy Tsukemen to try as well and it was rather disappointing. There was barely any hint of spice at all and neither the portion nor taste justify the price point. ⁣⁣

Afuri gained popularity for their yuzu ramen, though I feel that Yuzu ramen is an acquired taste. Having been exposed to the strongly flavoured tonkatsu ramen that’s prevalent in every corner of SG, taking in the first mouth of yuzu broth can be a little strange for some. It is refreshing on the palate, and one may easily wolf down the entire bowl without the typical greasiness that comes with tonkatsu broth but that say, some may also find it bland. The portion was rather small and i didn’t get that sense of fulfilment that I usually have from devouring an entire bowl of soupy ramen. While it does change things up a little, I’m gonna stick to my greasy tonkatsu broth. ⁣

I mean it when I say bread & hearth is my favourite bakery; more than Tiong Bahru bakery/the others I’ve tried. I’ve tried so many of their pastries and bakes and none of them have come up short - I especially love the almond croissant, chocolate almond croissant, pain au chocolat and their warm moist cinnamon roll.

This stall (they’ve expanded now, but I frequent the Amoy Street Food Centre one) is run by young people and serves great coffee. I love their pistachio latte but all their coffees are great!

Had the common man full breakfast ($27) and it was amazing. Hands down the best full breakfast I’ve ever had in Singapore for brunch - the price tag is much higher but I’d say it’s well worth the price. I’ve never been a fan of full breakfasts for brunch because I always felt that many cafes serve very average big breakfasts, with lacklustre ingredients not worth mentioning. This full breakfast was worth every penny though, because every part of it was made painstakingly - the ‘baked beans’ were house-made chorizo baked beans that tasted so so fresh, the back bacon was unlike anything I’ve tasted before, really juicy and the portions were huge. The portobello mushrooms were so huge and juicy and so well done, and the vegetable rosti was a really nice touch. I really loved the service and ambience here as well! The queue was really long on a Saturday morning though, so do come prepared.