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8 Buzz-worthy Mooncakes For The Curious, The Trendsetters and The Adventurous
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8 Buzz-worthy Mooncakes For The Curious, The Trendsetters and The Adventurous
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Pork belly that melts in your mouth 👍

Having had braised pork belly that’s tough this is certainly one of the best I’ve tasted.

Akashi makes for a great Japanese meal if you’re looking for mid-tier family restaurant in central Orchard area!

When an eatery is confident enough to only sell 1 kind of food, chances are they do it really well. 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 Tucked on Level 1 of @payalebarsquare is Kajiken, also Singapore’s first dedicated dry ramen “maze soba” shop! 😊 Lots of choices here at Kajiken for you to choose from! 😍😍😍
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If you exhibit traits of aboulomania, simply go for their Mazesoba with all toppings (U.P $17.30++, now $15.80++)! 💕 Comes with soba & free noodle upsize if you’re a big-eater, this is quite a good deal! ✌🏻✌🏻✌🏻
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Meat lovers are bound to enjoy the slices of pork char siew 🐖, braised pork, & chicken karaage (deep-fried chicken) 🐓. My favourite was the char siew, which was extremely succulent despite having quite a substantial thickness. 🤤🤤🤤 They just fell slightly short of having that melt-in-your-mouth texture as the cut used was rather lean but still extremely well-executed as I personally don’t like fatty meats. 🤣 The pinkish slices even glistened under the light (like some smoked duck), evidence of its freshness & tenderness which was so delightful. 💯
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Their braised pork was extremely savoury & well-marinated but naturally tougher due to the thick cut. 👌🏻 While it could have been more tender, it certainly scored high on taste! ✔ Similarly, the chicken kaarage donned a crispy exterior fried to the perfect golden brown, while the interior remained soft & juicy. 😋😋😋 Pro-tip: separate the kaarage from the mazesoba immediately to retain its crisp! 😉
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The savoury seasoned lavier has a distinctive taste which mellows the ‘siap’ taste of the spring onions 💚, which gives a nice crunch together with the leek. 👍🏻 When stirred, the springy dry noodles are generously coated with these ingredients, cohesively brought together by that perfectly runny soft-boiled egg 🍳 that lends a creamy & luscious mouthfeel! ❤❤❤
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Definitely worth a try or revisit!

Probably the only dish I will come back for. Very good choice for a starter where the cold refreshing somen in light prawn broth really whips up your appetite. The glass prawns were pretty tasteless but thankfully the seaweed and tobiko toppings made up for it.

The honey glaze was very nice with the tender ribs (but not fall off the bone tender, just not as dry as some other places), but this was a little smaller than what I expected for the price! If you do end up eating here, this is definitely the rib to order. However, definitely do not think the quality of the ribs is worth the 1h wait nor the price at a HDB-foyer-type restaurant (and service was a little dismissive), you can definitely get better value elsewhere for the same quality 😢😢

In my personal (though unpopular) opinion, wasn’t very impressed by this drink and was actually quite disappointed after all the hype ☹️☹️ Admittedly the oolong tea taste was pretty nice, the fresh milk taste was pretty nice, the bubbles were pretty chewy BUT they were all simply just not there yet ☹️☹️ Expected a lot more of this drink and was recommended to try it at 100% (I tried this at 50%; but if a drink is truly good, it should be good at every sugar level) and other drinks, idk maybe someday or never again? ☹️☹️

This dish really grew on me the more I ate it 🤭🤭 the Mentai was pretty salty but the fusion of the perfectly done onsen egg, Mentai dollops and roe really complemented the udon so well! (Though the Udon was nothing to shout about) The salad bar looked a little sad at first, but on closer inspection, there were so many fresh ingredients and sauces to choose from! Spinach and lettuce were provided as base, with other raw vegetables like corn, edamame, red/green/yellow peppers, radish, carrot, celery, beetroot, zucchini, cucumber, cherry tomatoes, kelp. But the most effort goes to their sauce, with the warm Bagna Cauda dressing (olive oil-based with other goodness), and other like Japanese plum sauce and kewpie sesame sauce. Drinks were quite decent too with water, orange juice and hot beverages like coffee and green tea (legit matcha powder based ones), and minestrone soup with croutons and fruits (green apple, orange, grapes) was available too. Definitely a very value meal for simple udon and will definitely fill you up while still leaving you feeling healthy and happy 😋😋 PSA: Burpple Set doesn’t come with the salad bar, so unless you wanna try sth that is not on their Chope set list (Oyako Salmon Udon, Seafood Carbonara Udon, Roast Beef Uni Udon, Mentai Egg Udon, Uni Truffle Udon), go for the Chope set definitely!

Though seemingly small and unassuming, actually quite impressed by this little hotel restaurant?? Situated at the ground floor of Hotel Bencoolen, this place serves simple affordable udon with a free flow salad bar. Tried their Uni Truffle Udon and loved the truffle-infused sauce! Udon was nothing to shout about (very normal, not that QQ/chewy) and the uni tasted quite bleh but the sauce really carried the dish far and wide! Topped off with explosive ikura, this was quite a satisfying meal 🤤🤤 The salad bar looked a little sad at first, but on closer inspection, there were so many fresh ingredients and sauces to choose from! Spinach and lettuce were provided as base, with other raw vegetables like corn, edamame, red/green/yellow peppers, radish, carrot, celery, beetroot, zucchini, cucumber, cherry tomatoes, kelp. But the most effort goes to their sauce, with the warm Bagna Cauda dressing (olive oil-based with other goodness), and other like Japanese plum sauce and kewpie sesame sauce. Drinks were quite decent too with water, orange juice and hot beverages like coffee and green tea (legit matcha powder based ones), and minestrone soup with croutons and fruits (green apple, orange, grapes) was available too. Definitely a very value meal for simple udon and will definitely fill you up while still leaving you feeling healthy and happy 😋😋 PSA: Burpple Set doesn’t come with the salad bar, so unless you wanna try sth that is not on their Chope set list (Oyako Salmon Udon, Seafood Carbonara Udon, Roast Beef Uni Udon, Mentai Egg Udon, Uni Truffle Udon), go for the Chope set definitely!