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Best Malay in Singapore
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Best Malay in Singapore
From satays by the beach, to nasi ambeng feasts and elevated nasi lemaks — here are 8 spots, offering great Malay cooking, for you and your loved ones to makan at!
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8 Buzz-worthy Mooncakes For The Curious, The Trendsetters and The Adventurous
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Definitely the wet version of fried kway teow, which is a variation of sinful comfort food. It has shrimp, chinese sausage, beansprouts and cockles! The kway teow are smooth and thoroughly coated with special black sauce and eggs.

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Peach puree, cranberry juice, pineapple juice

Too sweet for me, but i guess it's slightly better if u stir hard.

The swiss roll was soft and fluffy, with a rich matcha flavour that wasn’t too intense. It was served with two matcha sable cookies, which added a nice crunchy contrast to the swiss roll. Not as decadent as the Black Forest, but still a very enjoyable dessert.

This is not your typical black forest cake. Kura’s version is a beautiful dark chocolate dome, crowned with a cream flower and cherry, sitting atop a biscuit base. As we dug into the cake, the richness of the chocolate mousse was evident and the cherry bits within helped to balance out the sweetness. Certainly a decadent delight!

Another pasta dish from Pasta Brava is none other than the seafood spaghetti tossed with fresh squid ink. A staple for most Italian pasta places, the salty squid ink intertwines with each spaghetti, giving it a jet black gothic aesthetic. I'll say Pasta Brava's take is pretty good, though honestly, nothing could beat their saffron cream.

Really loving how there are seats here. I had the Strawberry Lulu and a Lemon Cruffin while my partner had the No.9 with a Qouign Amann. The combination of the Strawberry and Lemon definitely sated my sweet tooth. Thankfully managed to steal a bite of the Qouign Amann and it was so buttery, I wish I could have had more.

Known for their locally sourced & freshly harvested ingredients, I was keen to try the Sweet Potato 🍠 Tortellini at @openfarmcommunity but unfortunately it was not available. 😭😭😭 The crew went along the line of pastas & proposed a swap to Bolognese, which was in the kids menu but they could upsize it to adult portion. 👌🏻
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Priced at $26++, the portion was decent & I must say that they were pretty generous with the ingredients - lots of bolognese sauce doused over the heap of pasta. 🍝🍝🍝 While I’ve always liked my pasta to be tomato-based, this was pretty one-dimensional & it got very heavy after a while. 😥 It was a moment of enlightenment of why this was in the kids menu - & why it should remain that way.
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The pasta was easily half the width of a normal flat pasta, almost akin to yellow mee used in lor mee - a size that is good for kids' bite. 👏🏻 Albeit having a nice firm bite, I felt that the pasta rendered too thick a mouthfeel as compared to normal broad pasta which are thinner & flatter. 😐
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The plate was topped with some grated parmesan cheese 🧀, which added a light savoury element & some cheesy pull amidst the sweet meat sauce. 😋😋😋😋 This however also added to the heaviness of the carbs & meat which was a pretty dry combination to begin with, making the plate really cloying halfway through. 😥
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Would have appreciated an addition of some arugula/zucchini 🥒 or crunchy greens 🥬 to make it more refreshing but then again, I was once again reminded that kids do not like vegetables. 🤣 Perhaps this slight tweak for adults’ version would be good! 👍🏻
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Personally felt that there were limited choices on their lunch menu - perhaps they could act on expanding it. For now, I guess I have learnt my lesson - sticking to the adults menu should be the way to go! 👌🏻