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You can pamper yourself further by topping up $25 for 12.5g of uni to add to the richness and flavour. Another new dish is the Signature Mamasan Kyuden ($24) is a tower layered with a medley of sushi rolls made with a mixture of salmon belly, mentai sauce, shrimp tempura, baked eel and avocado.

Several of their past favourites have undergone a revamp such as the Salmon Obsession Platter ($68) that comes with a collection of 10 types of salmon creations, prepared in ways like wrapped with bocconici, aburi mentai, wrapped with tamagoyaki and many more. Still in the menu are familiar classics such as the Foursome Kani Salad Nori Tacos, Naked Roll and Chicken Kebab with French Fries.

To celebrate the new menu, Ohayo Mama San is offering a special price of the Negitoro & Salmon Tartare Play Kit at only $29.90 from now to 16 October, including 1-for-1 specials on all Nori Tacos.
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✨ Ohayo Mama San
📍 313 Orchard Road, 313 Somerset, Unit 01-29, Singapore 238895
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I’ve visited here a few time, since it’s nearby my place. This time ordered TomYum pasta and Hot chocolate. I’m quite surprised by the other reviews. To be fair, I think there are some improvements that they took back, and slowly improving.. obviously now their New prices are much reasonably affordable price.. to compare to other cafe nearby their prices even cheaper! Especially happy hours for Alcohol drinks!! Definitely will come back again and again

I’ve visited here a few time, since it’s nearby my place. This time ordered TomYum pasta and Hot chocolate. I’m quite surprised by the other reviews. To be fair, I think there are some improvements that they took back, and slowly improving.. obviously now their New prices are much reasonably affordable price.. to compare to other cafe nearby their prices even cheaper! Especially happy hours for Alcohol drinks!! Definitely will come back again and again

This burger is not for the faint hearted as the monstrous tower is stacked with crispy chicken thigh chops that are hand-brushed with signature sauce, layered with egg mayonnaise, cheese, a bun and kimslaw. It’s giant, it’s juicy and damn right tasty.
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✨ 4Fingers Crispy Fried Chicken
📍 10 Tampines Central 1, Tampines 1, Unit 01-39/40, Singapore 529536
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As the team is still in the soft-launch phase, there will be constant tweaks and improvements in the offerings to become one of the top pizza destinations in Singapore. Being Neo-Neapolitan, this pizza style pushes the boundaries with contemporary flavours and unconventional ingredients as opposed to an authentic Neapolitan pizza. The essence and soul of the pizza lies in the dough, made with a blend of Italian and Japanese flours, slow proofed over a period of 24 to 30 hours to develop flavour depth and attention to details such as hydration levels and types of sea salt.

In the menu, there are 12-inch classic, special, and vegan pizzas, including customisable 3-feet long pizzas that will be made available in due time. We sampled the Calabrese Salami ($22.50) from the classic menu, and this is one of the crowd favourites as it comes with smoky Calabrese salami, a generous drizzle of garlic maple syrup and homemade chilli, bringing a myriad of flavours from sweet to spiciness and savoury. If you are in the mood for something unique, the Mala Chicken ($24.50) and Raclette Cheese & Potato ($26.50) will appeal to you, with the former having the spicy and tongue-tingling mala cream sauce accentuated with the chilli oil. In fact, one of my favourites it eh vegan Mushroom & Truffle Oil ($27.50) which is layered with a homemade porcini salsa with white Swiss button mushrooms, kale and truffle oil joining in the flavour party.

In addition to the pizzas, there are side dishes that you can order for sharing such as the Burrata ($18.50) served with juicy cherry tomatoes, Roast Beef ($16.50) that is paired with a chimichurri sauce and horseradish mayo, and Grilled Vegetable Antipasti ($12.50) to showcase the freshness and natural flavours of the zucchini, peppers and eggplants.
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✨ Gusta Sourdough Pizza Co.
📍 326 Serangoon Avenue 3, Unit 01-378, Singapore 550326
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Caught myself almost becoming an addict to scrolling on Chope but it has led me to discover that a tapas restaurant has opened shop in my humble neighbour, yes the deserted east of Singapore: Pasir Ris. It is still peculiar to find such a cuisine in the heartlands so I told mum we should walk over to try it. The
menu is interesting with some Asian influence, think patata bravas with a sambal sauce. There are more traditional tapas like the bikini, roasted octopus and Brussels sprout we had; they were nice but each with a flaw. For example I joked with mum that the sandwich bread felt like toasted gardenia white bread and the octopus was tenderised with a nice texture but didn’t feel fresh. Don’t get me wrong gardenia bread is not bad but my spoilt palate is more accustomed to daily baked bread. Also the sweetened brussel sprout was a nice rendition but was swimming in a small pool of oil at the bottom.

Mum suggested we give the mains a chance with the full family to form our conclusive verdict of the place. I wonder which weekend that will be.

Caught myself almost becoming an addict to scrolling on Chope but it has led me to discover that a tapas restaurant has opened shop in my humble neighbour, yes the deserted east of Singapore: Pasir Ris. It is still peculiar to find such a cuisine in the heartlands so I told mum we should walk over to try it. The
menu is interesting with some Asian influence, think patata bravas with a sambal sauce. There are more traditional tapas like the bikini, roasted octopus and Brussels sprout we had; they were nice but each with a flaw. For example I joked with mum that the sandwich bread felt like toasted gardenia white bread and the octopus was tenderised with a nice texture but didn’t feel fresh. Don’t get me wrong gardenia bread is not bad but my spoilt palate is more accustomed to daily baked bread. Also the sweetened brussel sprout was a nice rendition but was swimming in a small pool of oil at the bottom.

Mum suggested we give the mains a chance with the full family to form our conclusive verdict of the place. I wonder which weekend that will be.

Caught myself almost becoming an addict to scrolling on Chope but it has led me to discover that a tapas restaurant has opened shop in my humble neighbour, yes the deserted east of Singapore: Pasir Ris. It is still peculiar to find such a cuisine in the heartlands so I told mum we should walk over to try it. The
menu is interesting with some Asian influence, think patata bravas with a sambal sauce. There are more traditional tapas like the bikini, roasted octopus and Brussels sprout we had; they were nice but each with a flaw. For example I joked with mum that the sandwich bread felt like toasted gardenia white bread and the octopus was tenderised with a nice texture but didn’t feel fresh. Don’t get me wrong gardenia bread is not bad but my spoilt palate is more accustomed to daily baked bread. Also the sweetened brussel sprout was a nice rendition but was swimming in a small pool of oil at the bottom.

Mum suggested we give the mains a chance with the full family to form our conclusive verdict of the place. I wonder which weekend that will be.