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this was good!! if steak is not your thing this is a main to consider :)

was kinda a no for me…idk it’s the sauce making me feel kinda sick or smth

Once a hawker has mastered a dish, they don’t really need to sell anything else. Every customer can be seen devouring a bowl of 𝐁𝐀𝐊 𝐂𝐇𝐎𝐑 𝐌𝐄𝐄 ($𝟖/𝟏𝟎/𝟏𝟐/𝟏𝟓).

I initially thought it was quite pricey, but portions are generoussss🙂‍↕️ The pork liver is also the softest and least pungent I've ever had. Would prefer the chilli to be spicier but I can see why this earned 1 Michelin star!🌟

The desserts were outstanding ,super complex flavours n delicious 🤤

We came back to Shinjii after over 12 years, and frankly that was a letdown. The food and service were good, but frankly underwhelming, compared to other top sushi restaurants in Singapore, like Ki-sho, Ashino when it was still operating, or even Jinhonten. We had the Omakase Wa for dinner, and it was not good value at $350++. No memorable signature dish. They even forgot to offer parking voucher (which didn’t even cover the full cost of parking for the duration of the meal!)

We came back to Shinjii after over 12 years, and frankly that was a letdown. The food and service were good, but frankly underwhelming, compared to other top sushi restaurants in Singapore, like Ki-sho, Ashino when it was still operating, or even Jinhonten. We had the Omakase Wa for dinner, and it was not good value at $350++. No memorable signature dish. They even forgot to offer parking voucher (which didn’t even cover the full cost of parking for the duration of the meal!)

We came back to Shinjii after over 12 years, and frankly that was a letdown. The food and service were good, but frankly underwhelming, compared to other top sushi restaurants in Singapore, like Ki-sho, Ashino when it was still operating, or even Jinhonten. We had the Omakase Wa for dinner, and it was not good value at $350++. No memorable signature dish. They even forgot to offer parking voucher (which didn’t even cover the full cost of parking for the duration of the meal!)

We came back to Shinjii after over 12 years, and frankly that was a letdown. The food and service were good, but frankly underwhelming, compared to other top sushi restaurants in Singapore, like Ki-sho, Ashino when it was still operating, or even Jinhonten. We had the Omakase Wa for dinner, and it was not good value at $350++. No memorable signature dish. They even forgot to offer parking voucher (which didn’t even cover the full cost of parking for the duration of the meal!)

This is the only Crystal Jade with a Michelin star, and it’s a notch above the crystal jade stainless steel palace takashimaya, both in terms of food quality and ambiance. Avoid the Peking Duck though, it is mediocre compared to Imperial Treasure on the same floor of Paragon. Service is attentive, but incredibly slow and with mistakes.

This is the only Crystal Jade with a Michelin star, and it’s a notch above the crystal jade stainless steel palace takashimaya, both in terms of food quality and ambiance. Avoid the Peking Duck though, it is mediocre compared to Imperial Treasure on the same floor of Paragon. Service is attentive, but incredibly slow and with mistakes.

Venturing into the world of Michelin-starred noodles, and yes, this is the famous one from Crawford. Slurp into a bowl filled with al dente thin yellow noodles, generously topped with chunky minced pork, succulent sliced pork, pork liver, a tad hard crunchy dried sole fish, two bouncy meatballs, two wantons, and a sprinkle of chopped spring onions.

While the noodles are cooked fresh, it seems the ingredients had their prep time earlier. The sauce boasts a well-balanced mixture, heavy on vinegar, with hints of lard oil and chilli heat for that extra kick. The noodles soak up the sauce nicely, though they didn't quite reach the lip-smacking level.

As for the soup, it was rich in meaty goodness, with a touch of umami from the seaweed addition, it's definitely a standout. I think it will taste better in soup than the dry version.

Honestly, I'm not sure if it's worth enduring an epic queue for this bowl. If you're in a rush, head to their branch at the other end of the same coffeeshop for a quicker fix.
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🚩Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle, Crawford Lane, 466 Crawford Ln, 01-12, Singapore 190466
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