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Truffle Cacio E Pepe ($22.90) comes with fusilli lunghi tossed in secret pepper mix, parmigiano, pecorino cheese and truffle oil. While the curly pasta has a very nice texture, this is a little too peppery for me and the truffle flavour is not very prominent as well. Do note that there are no other ingredients in this pasta - you can add on other ingredients like bacon ($2.50) or scallop ($4.50) if you wish to.

Lamb Merguez ($23.90) came with lamb merguez sausage, paprika, pomodoro, fresh mint and Meredith goat cheese. I was a little worried that the goat cheese and lamb will be too gamey, but they turned out alright and this is actually quite tasty. We chose Pumpkin Rigatoni as our choice of pasta. I like that the tube-shaped pasta is al dente and picks up the sauce nicely.

Magic (S$6)
Upgrade to edible cup for additional S$3 which tasted like Lao Hong 漏风
Far off from the wafer cup which I had before in a cafe in Duxton Hill.
So tough to bite. Not worth to upgrade.

Puzzle Coffee
Address 🛖 : 2 Orchard Turn, # B1-38/39 ION Orchard, Singapore 🇸🇬 238 801
Open 🕰️ : 10am - 7pm

Established in 1983 by Mr Tay Cheng Siong, this chain blends economy rice and zi char styles, offering a sort of Modern Chinese Peranakan cuisine that commands a premium. And a philosophy of - 'If the food is good, they will come'.
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The menu changes depending on what ingredients they get fresh from market, but there is typically a range of about 20 dishes or so.
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The crunchy Stir-Fried Napa Cabbage is clean-tasting, with fresh vegetal sweet flavour. Their signature Oyster Sauce Squid has large bouncy pieces with herbal salty sweet flavour.
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The signature Chicken Curry has tender potatoes and bone-in chicken chunks, with a pleasant savoury spicy flavour that has a good fiery kick, but fades quickly. The Soy Braised Egg has a springy texture with eggy salty sweet notes.
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Economy Rice And Economy Porridge
Ocean Curry Fish Head
@ 92 Toa Payoh Lorong 4 #01-264
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More details:
https://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.com/2022/11/best-of-singapore-hawkers-economy-rice-p.html

Noodles are the hk-style egg noodles, which were springy but I wished the auntie put a bit more sauce for my plate, it was a tad dry and I had to loosen it with the soup. My friend’s noodles looked less dry so it depends on your luck I guess! The char siew was nicely caramelised and didn’t taste too burnt even at the edges, but some pieces were a bit tough and dry, while others were wonderfully tender. But you can tell that this charsiew is much better than the lousy, thinly-sliced cardboard types. Has a decent amount of fat on each piece (not too much, I scraped it off and it wasn’t a lot) but enough for those fatty charsiew folks I believe! I love that they give kailan, it’s blanched and not overcooked. Not my first choice when I come to Chinatown, but still a decent lunch option!

Meadesmoore offers up an extensive dinner menu with unique dishes like “breaded pig’s headed” and “spicy pig’s ear”, but the highlight for me was definitely their steak selection! We got the Rump Cap and the Zabuton, which were cooked to medium rare perfection — tender, juicy and paired well with Borderlaise sauce 😭🫶🏻 apart from the steak, other must-try dishes include: maitake mushroom and the smoked-ox tongue. If you’re overwhelmed by the menu (like me), you could also try their Chef’s Select ($138) which comes with 2 sharing plates, 2 sides, 2x200g of beef and a dessert!

This time it's quite solid overall

Sweet sour fish, braised peanuts, gongbao ckn, sliced pork, tofu were all well executed

We only tried it cos the other stalls were closed but wow, maybe they're better than we thought previously

It's more like three cups chicken due to the amount of alcohol. Weird that they named it wrongly

Quite tender but otherwise it's rather flat, ingredients were pretty stingy