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Best Places in Singapore: Worth the Splurge
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Best Places in Singapore: Worth the Splurge
While they might be few and far between, there are occasions where splurging on good food is necessary. Here's your guide to places well worth the splurge — there's an epic cocktail brunch, fun pizzas and wine, excellent Catalonian fare and a spot for natural wines and creative cooking!
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Made with signature Black Rice Dough, the pizza is loaded with 1kg of rich stringy cheese. Though at the risk of clogging our arteries, it’s gratifying to chomp down on this glistening molten pizza. Dip into the honey sauce for a delightful sweet finishing~

Pizza Maru
Address: Bugis+, 201 Victoria Street, Unit 04-03/04, Singapore 188067
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Located at 20, Ghim Moh Rd, stall 01-19, Singapore 270020.
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Fried Kway Teow, $3/$4/$5. Known as Ghim Moh Fried Kway Teow, has recently be listed in Michelin Bib Gourmand Singapore 2019! Yayyy! .
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Living up to Ghim Moh Gems stalls, they are one of those stall that has the longest q in the hawker so it’s very hard to be missed! It’s mouth-watering and fried fragrantly with a decent wok-hei taste, sooooo shiok! Fried generous with eggs, cockles, fried pork lard and Chinese sausage!! .
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We would definitely beat the 45min q for this plate of fried Kway Teow again! .
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Opens 4 times a week on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 7am-2pm! .
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Established since 1977 and operated by the Prima Group (the founders of the 1st wheat flour mill in Singapore in 1961), Prima Tower is their fine dining concept.
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The kitchen has been led by Master Chef Chan Sung Og since 1984, and his 30+ years of experience at the helm has garnered Prima Tower multiple awards over the years.
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The Steamed Shrimp Dumplings (SGD $5.80) or har gow has a medium thin dumpling wrapper. It yields with a light sticky chew, yet holds the warm juicy filling of fresh deshelled shrimp / prawns well. Bite in, and you get a bold enticing burst of sweet savoury flavour.
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The luxurious Steamed Siew Mai Dumplings With Prawn (SGD $5.80) has a bouncy juicy chew to texture, and a bright burst of sweet savoury flavour from the minced pork and fresh deshelled shrimp / prawns. So delicious.
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Worth every cent! The broth is light and refreshing. A small bowl is enough for one person. We added a small amount of chilli paste and vinegar into the soups and it taste great. For this bowl, we picked triangle noodle. Chewy and springy!

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One of the favourites and I can know why after tasting it! Soooo delicious. The “numbness” (“ma” in Chinese) is well balanced with the soup. I cleared the soup! I picked the thinnest noodles for this bowl and it turn out to taste somewhat like “mee sua”. Still good. But because of its “thinness” the noodles is not as chewy. The beef was thinly sliced. Top some “chilli paste” they provide free at the side. Just perfect!

I must say their side dish wasn’t very fantastic though and quite salty. But the main dishes were superb.

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This is by far the most tender piece of tonkatsu I’ve ever had. Panko breadcrumbs gave it a really nice crunch outside and the pork chop inside is juicy. Believe me when I say that you don’t need much effort to cut through the meat. It is slightly pricey because I chose the best grade of pork they have in the restaurant. Nevertheless, good stuff.