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This is a treat of truffle-oil doused maze soba (think of dry ramen) with pork meat, mushrooms, and an egg.

the mother of all maki!! we keep going back for this and the standard is always there! really shiok!

I thought that those colourful assortment in display were macarons but they turned out to be softserve ice cream capsules. A machine was used to extract the softserve out and the two glasses of ice cream in the picture was a result of processing from the machine.

We tried the blueberry yogurt and royal earl grey. They were dense and did not melt fast which is unconventional for a softserve. My favourite is the earl grey for its rich aromatic bergamot tea profile.

Other kway chap have a gritty, sandy texture to the offal, others have a strong pig smell, but Lao San has neither of these, boasting smooth offal, with a mildly herby sauce and soup.

Located at King Albert Park, the wild restaurant is a double storey burger joint. The kitchen and payment is on the first storey while the seats and tables are accessible via a flight of steps. We ordered 2 burgers with additional sides: their highly recommended wild burger and one of their best sellers the garlic chicken burger. Nothing spectacular about them and the portion was quite small. For price being paid, I could easily go for carls jr which has mostrously big burgers.

Have you heard of Yun Nans, also known as 云海肴 in China, time to visit their first flagship outlet in Jewel Changi Airport. Yun Nans focuses on serving highland cuisine, one of their signature dish would be the Steam Pot Chicken Soup ($23.90). Can you believe that the soup is brewed without using a single drop of water? The chicken is pressure steamed for three consecutive hours and stored in a Jianshui claypot, thus when you start drinking it, it taste really nourishing and not oily.
As a huge fan of mushrooms, I love their Stir Fried Wild Porcini Mushroom with Dried Chili ($24.90). The wild porcini mushrooms were found 2000 to 3000m above sea level and the dish just go really well by itself.
There are also other interesting dishes such as Grilled Seabass with Lemongrass ($22.90) and many more to explore! Even though I have to spam quite a bit of water while enjoying the different spicy dishes, the raspberry juice with tamarind is really refreshing!

Thank you @brandcellar for the invite & both @brandcellar & @yunnans for the warm hosting!

Good news to otah lovers, Lee Wee & Brothers has recently launched its new concept- O’TAH and it is located at Basement 2 of Jewel Changi Airport. The 12 seater kiosk is open 24 hours and thus otah lovers get to satisfy their otah cravings at any time.
O’TAH has launched four interesting flavours namely:
_🍽 Pink Salmon Otah
_🍽 Petai & Anchovy Otah
_🍽 Scallop Otah
_🍽 Cream Cheese & Corn Otah

Tasted all the four flavours and my personal favourite would be the cream cheese & corn otah, the savoury cream cheese taste goes well together with the sweet corn and the spicy fragrance of the otah. It would be more shiok if we have it together with nasi lemak from Lee Wee & Brothers.

Oh yes, the O’TAH fries was pretty shiok as well! Do explore them next time if you visit O’TAH and let me know if you enjoy it as well.

Thank you @brandcellar for the invite & @otahsg and @brandcellar for the warm hosting!