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3.5⭐ Cherki is located at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre which is at quite a secluded location in Tanjong Pagar. The food served is peranakan fusion, even the cocktail menu is exotic and not those usual normal cocktail. We utilised burpple beyond 1 for 1 deal. I had the laksa linguine while WB had seafood fried rice. The food is good but didn't wow me. It's the bar counter which caught my attention though.
#Cherki #LaksaLobsterLinguine #XOSeafoodFriedRice #BurppleBeyond

3.5⭐ Cherki is located at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre which is at quite a secluded location in Tanjong Pagar. The food served is peranakan fusion, even the cocktail menu is exotic and not those usual normal cocktail. We utilised burpple beyond 1 for 1 deal. I had the laksa linguine while WB had seafood fried rice. The food is good but didn't wow me. It's the bar counter which caught my attention though.
#Cherki #LaksaLobsterLinguine #XOSeafoodFriedRice #BurppleBeyond

the ju hua tai cocktail is lit af and definitely suitable if you have a sweet tooth. the jelly on top is really tangy and sweet too. we also ordered the pandan cocktail which was part of the special one-off menu and it was really good, since the pairing of the cake and cocktail goes really well. Music is great too.

As we devour through plates after plates of food, each came with interesting flavour combinations and textures.

From the iconic Cedar Jelly and Foie Gras Toast ($18, 2 pcs), that melts in your mouth the moment it touches your tongue, to the widely acclaimed Beef Tongue and Gribiche Sandwich ($26), the restaurant certainly lived up to expectations. Other highlights include their popular Whole Globe Artichoke with Vinaigrette and Aioli ($24), Suckling Pork Belly and Peaches with Lemon Kosho ($24, 2pcs) and Spanish Octopus with Smoked Paprika ($38). As we attempt to eat the entire menu (almost!), we soldiered through the Ricotta Agnolotti with Cauliflower and Charred Leek ($38) that was delish especially with the garlic chips and Iberian Pork Chop with Carrot and Leeks ($48).
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✨ Le Bon Funk
πŸ“ 29 Club Street, Singapore 069414
🍴 [Self-Funded]

This was a generous portion, and well made.

Topped with a brave combination of beef patties, mustard, and ketchup, this burger is meant to simulate the taste of a burger but what was at the forefront was mainly the tangy sauces. It also had a flaky crust that reminded me a bit of a prata. Even though the flavours didn't quite work out, I'm not complaining because the pizza was still quite tasty.

This was not awe inspiring but still hit the spot since I was craving a creamy carbonara that day. The pasta was quite chewy too and there was a generous helping of bacon.

Come here for the chill vibes and bites. Ordered unassuming karaage but it really delivered - huge size, fresh, not greasy, loveddd it

The mango sticky rice, on the other hand, was an interesting rendition. Reconstructing the familiar mango sticky rice into caramelised mango (I would actually prefer the natural sweetness of the fruit itself instead of the caramelic sweetness), coconut β€œrice” crisps reminiscence of wafer biscuit and coconut sorbet. The use of sago beads here to replicate the sticky rice was unique and had a firmer texture.

Loved the atmosphere and ambience here! Would highly recommend a visit after work to wind down. First time trying the Shirasu don and was pleasantly surprised by the flavour and texture. The bacon asparagus and tori kara-age are my personal favourites when it comes to their offering of light bites.