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Tanjong Pagar Food Guide
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Tanjong Pagar Food Guide
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Right now amazing burrple 1-1 promotion is available which makes is absolutely impossible to miss.

6 course menu starts with Char-grilled Iberico Pork & Roast Duck Spring Roll
with Wasabi-mayo Sauce as a dimsum size serving (amazing flavors bursted in my mouth). Followed by Braised Crab Meat and Fish Maw
in Noble ‘Tanfu’ Broth served in a claypot with candle to keep it warm (it was a bit too salty for me). Next up I got Steamed Scallop with Preserved Chilli,
Crystal Noodles (great presentation in a shell and the chilli was just amazing, strangely not very chilli yet hot). Wok-fried Australian Wagyu Mountain Yam
with Black Bean Sauce was our main (it was tender and tasty but was a bit under sized portion for big eaters, it worked well for me though). The meal completed with Lobster X.O. Fried Rice
with Shrimp Fritter (very classy preparation). The dessert was a bit of let down for me Red Bean Paste with Orange Peel
and Glutinous Rice Ball was not sweet enough.

But, all in all if you want to enjoy fine dining with an unparalleled revolving view of CPD, Tong Le is a must visit. It's called private dining for a reason too. Most of the tables are in enclosures for the privacy of each dining group.

The Chocolate Zucchini Cake [$5] was interesting. I couldn’t tell there were zucchini bits inside, but one could the texture was not completely smooth. The chocolate was rich but not surfeiting. Overall, it was a very pleasant treat.

Bundt cakes are baked in a bundt pan with a hollow middle that creates desirably crusty edges that tastes delicious.

The Lemon Yoghurt Bundt Cake had a slight tang which was delightful. The spelt created a “roughish” texture in the cake which gave dimension to the otherwise smooth cake. I also got a Cold Black [$5] to go along with the lemon cake.

The Hamachi Don had a piquant sauce which was pleasant to me. The sashimi has a high fat content which gives it a creamy, buttery texture. The Japanese rice was slightly warm but very fluffy, and had the distinctive sweet taste for short grain rice.

I loved the inviting interior of the cafe and the service here was wonderful. I built my own pasta using campanile, bird’s eye chilis, white button mushrooms, king oyster mushrooms and pink sauce (tomato cream sauce), which sets me at $15.40. I found that to be pretty affordable for the quality and quantity. The pasta was delicious, cooked al dente with a nice and firm bite. I wished there could be more mushrooms though. I found the pasta to mushroom ratio to be a little too much for me. Overall, it was a pleasant meal — pasta in a fancy place is always a good idea.

well i guess it's something different for the hot and sour soup base 🤷🏻‍♀️ cause it's nothing one that you can get easily anywhere? idk hahaha but the noodles were chewy which was great

didn't wait that long for our table and staff were pretty nice! anyway it was enjoyable hahaha

Delicious spice and cheese infused appetizer (highly recommended!!)