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And no meal is complete without dessert, the warm Coconut Milk Pancakes were pleasantly perfumed. Not the fuwa fuwa type but decently pillowy and soft with a good amount of moisture locked in. Crowned with fresh sweet mixed berries, cream cheese and drizzles of maple syrup, it was a more than satisfying treat that is perfect for sharing.

We can’t leave without having one of their rice dishes and got the Nasi Goreng Iga Hitam. Packing a flavourful punch, the squid ink fried rice was nicely seasoned with spice and held a lingering umami, seafood-y kick together with a smokey kiss from the wok. So shiok but a tad too much heat for me as it does build up. The 6-hour braised beef ribs were great, not too gamey and sufficiently tender. The main also came with sambal, prawn cracker and a sunny side up. (Psst it is on Burpple 1-for-1 at selected outlets!)

Lohei season comes and goes way too quickly!

More than just their speciality blends, Tanamera Coffee also delivers a solid Traditional Lohei (starting from $45.80) for the festive period (with pre-orders available on their website). Crunchy fresh shredded vegetables, savoury smoked salmon slices, sweet mandarin orange wedges, crispy golden crackers and well-balanced plum sauce all prepared in-house. One of the better CNY prosperity toss salads I had as I prefer their lighter-tasting condiments and a generous amount of salmon.

Thanks @burpple for the invite and @tanameracoffeesg for feeding us~ Will need to be back for that bomb peanut sauce (they blend it with cashew, ingenious)!

Celebrate CNY with your family with @tanameracoffeesg 'sTraditional Lou Hei Set ($45.80)! It was a scrumptious and generous one, as it was made in house. I love how they were very generous with the smoked salmon pieces; definitely enough for everyone 😂

If you do pop by the Robertson Quay outlet, do try their Squid Ink Rice ($20.80) as well! I absolutely loved every part of the dish as they were all well executed. The fried rice itself had a strong wok hei, with a strong savoury seafood flavour. The spice level was also just nice. The beef ribs were fall-off-the-bone tender, and they were so well marinated. The sambal was very aromatic, perfect with the crackers!

For the sweet tooth, the Coconut Milk Pancake ($15.80) is good for sharing and the pancake is soft with a rich aromatic coconut fragrance. However, I do wish that the pancake was less dense and fluffier. If not, it is a good dessert!

Thank you @burpple for inviting and @tanameracoffeesg for the food! We enjoyed ourselves very much 😁

The Coconut Milk Pancakes came with mixed berries, a dollop of cream cheese and maple syrup drizzle. I love the subtle whiff of coconut fragrance within the pancake and although the pancake is on the denser/thicker side, it is not dry.

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The Nasi Goreng Iga Hitam features squid ink fried rice with braised beef ribs and a sunny side up. The fried rice is packed with umami and it is surprisingly spicy - definitely delivered a kick there. The beef ribs are braised thoroughly in a sweet and savoury sauce. No fried rice is complete without a fried egg and the sunny side up brings everything together nicely. Lastly, special shout out to the terasi chilli which is shiok and savoury - goes really well with the crackers!

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