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05:30pm - 10:00pm

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05:30pm - 10:00pm

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Despite the relatively higher-end pricetag that came along with this dish, I would gladly say JUST TAKE MY MONEY. A new addition to @southunionpark β€˜s current revamped menu, this seafood risotto comprises of squid ink risotto along with a medley of assorted seafood components: prawns, clams, squid, octopus, as well as roasted red peppers. Despite the long time we spent taking photos, the risotto still retained a creamy, thick and slightly grainy texture, one that resembled a hybrid of congee and rice, the ideal kind of risotto texture for me! ✌🏻 πŸ’– The characteristic seafood-sque flavour was one that spoke freshness, contributing to a piquant flavour profile, along with the other fresh seafoode elements, this dish is highly recommended if you are a fan of seafood! πŸ‘πŸ» On a side note, this was my 4th visit to South Union Park a few weeks back, and definitely not my last! ✨ Each visit never fails to disappoint, and in fact, each meal that I had always left a positive impression behind, be it the food or serviceπŸ˜‹πŸ™†πŸ»β€β™€οΈ. Looking forward to try out the other items in the current menu again (and perhaps soon)before it undergoes an occasional revamp again🀭.
#burpple #southunionpark #sgfoodie

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The Chicken Sausage Pasta ($23) might sound way too pricey for what it is called, but it is a reasonably portioned plate of freshly handmade tagliatelle with in-house sausages, basil, tomato passata, topped with lemon zest and parmesan cheese. Not gonna lie, I thought there was going to be a mindblowing factor because of how uncomplicated it sounds, but the dish ultimately was relatively safe, simple and homely, but that did not stop the humble pasta dish from growing on me the more I ate it. I love the tang of the passata and how it complements the flavour of the sausage, while the tagliatelle is evidence that the chef(s) at this very restaurant know how to make quality pastas.

Overall I would admit that this did not win me over immediately like their butternut agnolotti which was simply stunning and soooo delicious, but it still does prove that the folks here know how to make a pretty good classic pasta dish as well. πŸ‘πŸ»

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$13 a plate of really creative and delicious dessert.
Fossilized apple, scoop of vanilla ice cream sitting on crumble with layer of Greek yogurt at the bottom.
Sweet, sour and cold. So cool!
Fork and knife required.