[CLOSED] 51 Soho

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51 Telok Ayer Street
Singapore 048441

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Deep-fry brioche breaded with cereal; bread is crispy, very soft and fluffy yet not a tinge of oily taste; came with chantilly cream, butter & maple syrup at the side; simple yet savoury dish; looks like hash brown though..

Very refreshing drink on a hot day; love the combination of sweet, sour & strong alcohol taste..

Multi grains & barley rice soaked in broth; rice is well-cooked, soft but not mushy; the mushroom & chicken broth is very flavorful with robust taste; with lots of mushroom, pieces of tender chicken meat & kale; not a fan of watery wet rice dish but this is an exception; a dish that makes me crave for more..

Pasta is al-dente and flavorful, pack with lots of umami; slightly oily, not spicy; with 5 fresh prawn with some smoky taste on top..

Taste: 8/10 (I love the taste of garlic, and the generous sprinkle of deep fried garlic on this dish was definitely a huge plus point for me! I usually avoid aglio olio because the chances of me being served a plate of limp noodles soaked in slightly heated olive oil is extremely high. This rendition definitely exceeded my expectations. The prawns were large and really fresh; the pasta was al dente and well flavoured from the oil used to pan fry the prawns!!! VERY YUMMY..)

Price: 8/10 ($18 for a plate of pasta at a drinking joint is very reasonable IMO. But other food options were not so affordably priced based on my recollection..)

Ambience: 10/10 (Dining at this bar/restaurant was so relaxing - the servers were friendly and gave plenty of “space”, the music was soft and soothing, the crowd was slightly older so it was not rowdy or excessively loud inside the restaurant, and the sofa seats were so comfortable..)

Yummmy chicken cooked in thick savoury broth. There were hints of charcoal/grilled smokiness within the broth and therefore, made it all the more alluring. Within the pot, there's a chicken thigh and breast meat - incredibly tender and 'smoky'. To balance the heaviness of the protein, there're carrots and lettuce too! The random, additional bacon bits within also upped the 'oommph' factor. It would be loads better if they cut down on the sodium tho! It was a lil' too salty for me!