A must have! Juicy mid joints tossed in marmite. You'll get hooked & addicted
Miss: sambal potato leaves/stingray.
An oddly satisfying meal nonetheless, all thanks to my favorite company. 😊😘💕
Top grade Mao Shan Wang from Pahang, Malaysia.
Sweet that comes with a little bitterness, definitely worth a try!
Official opening is on 3rd July and durian ice cream will be available that day as well !
Thank you @wheretoeatsg and @ministry_of_durian for having us and thank you @uricacxy for extending the invite 😘
Season of the King of Fruits is here!! And a new store @ministry_of_durian has just opened providing Durian Lovers another place to drop by or call for delivery. With grand opening on 3 July 2016, they will launch dessert such as Mao Shan Wang (MSW) ice cream too. But till then we shall gorge on the durians.
It's my first time trying Red Prawn and I can see why some prefer this over MSW. Slightly pinkish flesh that's slightly creamy but has a bittersweet taste!
One can never get enough of this humble, totally nameless eating house, unless you looked at the signage that is way above, and unlit. Their frogs are nice and huge, firm muscle and utterly tender. The sauce, is nice and thick without being too salty, great for with the plain smooth porridge that you just have to order. They have great BBQ dishes too, such as stingrays and squids. So be sure to come at odd hours or early, for it gets pretty hard to find a parking slot or table when it's peak hours.
Ft. Tom Yum risotto & laksa lasagna. Was attracted to the 1 for 1 weekday lunch deal but was greatly disappointed by the taste. The tom yum risotto lacked of the distinct hot and sour flavour , and it tasted more similar to laksa . Mediocre laksa lasagne is a much better choice compared to the prior one
2 combination meat with rice cost $7. Almost twice the price compared to the other roast meat stalls. Some might say it is not worth it. But this plate promises quality of the char siew and even the rice. The chilli and plum sauce goes very well with the meat too. If you haven't try it before, do make a trip down to the main outlet at macpherson to taste it for yourself!
Wimbly Lu's Third Outpost along Upper Paya Lebar Road.
Maple syrup waffle with chocolate truffle ice-cream [$6.50]
Check out full review at Wimbly’s Third Outpost : Three Years in a Balloon - http://url.ie/z8hn
Blackened, beautiful CHAR SIEW courtesy of Kay Lee - honestly befitting "Char" namesake! There is no gimmicky sweet sauce used pretentiously to hide bad pork here. The Roasted Duck has more to learn from its black brother - go for char siew portions alone, no regrets!
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famous for their chicken rice (which is absolutely delicious), this little store serves pretty decent Zichar too!!! Wide variety of choices and most of them sound pretty interesting. The 12$ Chinese spinach with assorted eggs was especially delicious GAHA we even finished the soup bc it was that flavorful yum!!! If you are a fan of salted egg then the 12$ salted egg sotong is a must get! love how the salted egg coating is so thick and crispy! The 11$ hainanese pork chop was alright but not too impressive GAHA loved the sauce but it just tasted like fried pork cutlets. The 16$ herbal drunken prawns however were really really disappointing :-( I swear you could smell the herbs from miles away but the flavour didn't seep into the meat at all and the prawn turned out to be really bland and tasteless :-( DO NOT GET THAT DISH GUYS the cereal prawn / salted egg prawn seemed like much better options
We drove by this place almost everyday and finally today, we dropped by for our Sunday family dinner. It was a pleasant dining experience in a simple setting, sincere staff and very very fast service 👍🏻 No frill quick dinner at Saturday on a Sunday 😋 #burpple