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Food trail at taiseng, which some may perceived it as an industrial estate.

So glad to have tried the new menu at this hidden gem (they used to sell ipoh-inspired dishes). Yummy at affordable price and not crowded (yet)!
Framed, recommended by online reviews:
Salted egg luncheon fries - $12
Razuken seafood cold pasta - $18
French duck confit - $20

Featuring Fish & Co.'s Christmas Menu, the broth pot is loaded with white fish, prawns, blue mussels, and scallops.

What stood out was the velvety smooth butternut cream sauce with sweet-savoury flavours. Also comes with seafood paella rice, truffle chips, and 2 mocktails.
Priced at $57.95 for 2 pax, the Christmas Menu is available until 2 Jan 2017 at all Fish & Co. outlets except East Coast, VivoCity, and Waterway Point.
This was a hosted meal by @fishncosg; many thanks to @cyancomms for the invitation!

3.5 munchies: The smokey paprika fried chicken was rather underwhelming – a tad dry and not at all crispy.

However, what checked the boxes were the slightly chewy, fluffy homemade waffles and excellent charred red pepper and tomato sauce. Both the fresh and melted Parmesan added umami richness as well as texture to the dish.

4 munchies: Equivalent to 4 espresso shots, 9 blocks of frozen K1 espresso were suspended in temperature-controlled milk to bring out the well-balanced Brazilian and Costa Rican blend and its chocolatey undertones.

What I really enjoyed about the beverage was how it started out creamy and as the ice began to melt, it amplified the intensity of the coffee flavour without diluting the drink.
dal.komm COFFEE, which is featured in popular Korean TV drama Descendants of the Sun, launched its first local flagship outlet earlier this month at @thecentrepoint_sg.
This was a hosted tasting by @dalkommsg; many thanks to @rachelxie (@sixthsensepr) for the warm hospitality and invitation!

4 munchies: Almost all the ingredients that I love in our iconic hawker staple are found in this plate of Bak Chor Mee Pasta.

Tossed in a punchy chilli-vinegar sauce and topped with crispy lard, the handmade tagliatelle was cooked firm to the bite. Although nothing could really beat the good ol' bak chor mee with a bowl of rich broth served at the side, I particularly enjoyed the tender chunks of five-spice pork confit that were marinated with coffee grounds for that hint of smoky flavour. #Burpproved #revoluSHEN

4 munchies: Topped with smokey pepperoni and smothered generously with three types of cheese – gruyere, mozzarella and Parmesan, I liked how the fries were cut thick not only for a good bite, but also for getting more of the gooey cheese on them.

The house-made bacon ketchup served at the side was absolutely smashing; it was sweet-savoury with hints of smokey bacon and caramelised onion flavours.
Pair this sinful bar bite with a couple of bottles of craft beers (I recommend the Tuatara APA & Castaway IPA) and you're set for a chill night by the bay! #Burpproved

3.5 munchies: Resembling an omurice dish, the silky omelette was drenched with savoury mushroom sauce and topped with char siew and roast pork.

The char siew might be charred nicely, but unfortunately, the roast pork was sliced so thinly that you could hardly get a good bite of it. Thankfully I got some crunch from the sprigs of blanched kailan to go with the char siew, tasty sauce, and steamed rice beneath the omelette.
There are also 2 other toppings to choose from: Roast Pork & Prawns or Roast Pork & Beef.