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New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars in Singapore: October 2019
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New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars in Singapore: October 2019
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New on Beyond: October 2019
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New on Beyond: October 2019
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Singapore's Best Nasi Lemak
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The Battle of the Bubble Teas
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We had the the glass onion rings, honey mustard chicken, crab spaghetti and mocha and everything was extremely tasty. Service was very good too!! Already looking forward to the next time dining here! 🤤

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On the street level of ION Orchard (#01-15/16) is the newly open @bachacoffeeofficial which happens to be the first international outlet of the Marrakech-born coffee specialist brand. The original Bacha Coffee, built in 1910, is still housed in the Dar el Bacha palace or “House of the Pasha” and if you explore online, you can see how beautiful it is. Naturally, the Singapore venue is nothing but stunning as well. Coffee-lovers will have a field day here as it houses over 200 single origin 100% Arabica coffee beans from farmers in Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, Central and South America, the Caribbean, Asia and beyond. From fine flavoured and fine blended coffees to naturally C0₂ decaffeinated coffees, there is something for every palate. The company’s focus is on achieving the perfect roast and grind to accentuate each coffee’s unique qualities and complexities, and I had the pleasure of trying three types (each pot costs $9++) beginning with the strongest, a Single Origin from Ethiopia’s Sidamo Mountain. It had a spicy, fragrant aroma, very full body as well as floral and cracked cocoa bean notes. From the fine blended coffee range, I was served the malty-flavoured, nutty-overtoned “Three Volcanoes” that contained Central American and Arabian beans. It was my favourite of the lot. Named “1910 Coffee”, the third was a fine example from the fine flavoured section with its mesmerising fragrance of strawberries and cream. I think it might be the one that can convert the non-coffee drinkers because it’s really lovely, especially with some chantilly cream or milk (these accompany every order of coffee here).
To be frank, I wasn’t expecting a lot from the food because at first look, I thought it might be a “style over substance”. How wrong I was! The food menu may not extensive but what I had by Head Chef Jeremy and Pastry Chef Ryo were very good. These are what I recommend: the superbly buttery Croissants ($8++ for 2), the Scrambled Eggs with Truffle and #brioche that’s TO-DIE-FOR ($24++), the Tiramisu with Rwanda Superior Coffee (love its incredibly luxurious mouthfeel) and the Strawberry Soup with vanilla ice-cream, a most delightful and refreshing creation ($12++ per dessert).

Unique broth, but I still prefer tonkotsu ramen. Also the chasu wasn't very good and was a miserable amount.

Sakae Sushi was one of the earliest conveyor belt sushi restaurants in Singapore. However, their brand have since fallen on the back seat due to the emergence of fellow competitors. At a recent Eatup, we were treated to some of the food from their revamped menu and i was pleasantly surprised by the quality and array of items.

That said, this plate of Beef Teppanyaki was my favourite dish of the night. Not my best picture but definitely needs a post as each cubes of beef was torched perfectly; each one of them bursting with flavours and juices! So addictive that it leaves you yearning for more! Available only at Sakae Sushi’s Teppanyaki outlets.

Thanks Burpple for inviting and Sakae Sushi for hosting us.

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Coconut milk, coconut flakes and crispy pork floss compressed into a mini 1in sized crunchie morsel. A good combination of coconuty fragrance and pork. Tasty!

Sakae Sushi was one of the earliest conveyor belt sushi restaurants in Singapore. However, their brand have since fallen on the back seat due to the emergence of fellow competitors. At a recent Eatup, we were treated to some of the food from their revamped menu and i was pleasantly surprised by the quality and array of items.

This Jumbo Crab Garlic Rice (only available at Sakae Sushi’s Teppanyaki outlets) was one of my favourite dishes of the night. The eggy garlic fried rice was complimented perfectly by the sweetness from the jumbo crab! One bowl is simply not enough (for me at least)!

Thanks Burpple for inviting and Sakae Sushi for hosting us.

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2 jaffles with voucher only $15, very delicious and worth it.