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Singapore's Best Meatless Eats
Singapore's Best Meatless Eats
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Singapore's Best Pet-Friendly Places
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This was from the Japanese food court in Don Don Donki. The saba chazuke is a bowl of fish broth poured over Japanese rice to form porridge, with chunks of grilled saba fish, shredded cabbage and seaweed strips. It tasted like the seafood porridge I had when in Korea. I've never had a similar dish in Singapore, and at such an affordable price too. The fish broth especially was delicious and comforting.

With so many up and coming ice cream brands we sometimes forget the good ol’ names 😋

Ordered and paid $1224.43 for 11 Pax
1. Yusheng Large $92.80
Refreshing and yet not so sweet. Good.
2. Peking duck x1 $108
Good as usual
3. Salted fish Diced Chicken Claypot Tofu $52
Must Order!
4. E Star Garoupa 100g $300
Meat abit tough and tad too salty
5. Steamed Chicken w Shallot $80
So so only
6. Soyasauce pan fried Prawn x18 $110
They said "so gooood"
7. Beef cube Garlic $76
I had better (Ubin Seafood Chimjes🤫)
8. You Mak with Garlic $40
9. E Noodle with Peking duck meat $30
I really like the noodle being me. Carbo!
10. Aloe Vera Kelly with fruits x1 $8
11. Herbal jelly x5 $45
Very herbal. Honey is not the syrup kind.
12. Mango Sago Cream x5 $40
13. Rice x5 $10

Hmmm, not as great as what I had here 1 year back. Abit disappointed, as the previous experience was really good. Overall food tend to be on the salty side.

Elemen which is Singapore’s very own multi-award winning restaurant that offers healthy and meatless wholesome dining is back again with their ever-creative dishes for the CNY.
The Prosper-Licious” Set-Menu ( S$43.80++ per for 8 course) which comprises of the signature Elemen Prosper Appetiser to kick start the meal, the Double Boiled Sea Treasure Soup, Fire Cracker Nest, Crispy Golden Tofu with Spicy Mushroom Sauce, Kumquat Sorbet, Black Truffle with Mushroom Claypot Rice, Sticky Date Pudding with Orange Sauce and the Pineapple Orange Sparkling Punch to end off the meal on a sweet note.
Prosperity Truffle “Yu-Sheng
And not to be missed out during every Chinese New Year meal, now you can “Lo-Hei” (toss to good fortune) with elemen’s signature Prosperity Truffle Yu Sheng, a bestseller that comprises an appetising mix of interesting ingredients which features konnyaku slices, complemented with homemade sour plum sauce infused with truffle oil, and topped off with imported lush black truffle slices. Diners can choose from two available sizes: S$38.80 (3-4 pax) or S$48.80 (8-10 pax).
Flip through the pages and take a peek into what they have to offer!☝🏽
Thks to @goodeatgoodsleep and @elemensg for having us.

Priced at $10.90, this bowl of shoyu ramen came with 2 slices of pork cheek and half of an onsen egg. Simply delicious - I was polishing off this entire bowl.

Bamboo shoots didn’t have to usual chemical scent to it unlike most stores, and they added raw onion as garnishing which gave the dish a depth.

Swapped my noodles out from thick wavy ones, to thin and straight ones. Noodles were springy.

Pork cheek was well marinated and tender, with a slight charring on its surface. Not bad.

Service staff were attentive and friendly.

It’s no wonder this place has a never ending queue during peak period!

A classic Pencai, with ingredients like fresh abalone, sea cucumber, premium “Lau Fau Shan” dried oyster, conpoy, live fresh prawns, german pork knuckle, roast pork, Japanese flower mushroom, “Kurobuta” pork and “east star” grouper.
💰$508 ++/for 10 pax.
📍Feng Shui Inn.
26 Sentosa Gateway, #B1M-125 to 127.
level G2, Crockfords Tower.
Resort World Sentosa.