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know inveterate Chinese who are very serious about their dedication to Chinese food on daily basis (i.e. my dad who needs a bowl of noodles/soup/rice daily by default); yet interestingly my diet excludes much Chinese food - yes I love bread as a daily staple instead.

But a meal at Enjoy Eating House does remind me of the joys of Asian - Chinese cuisine. A highlight of the meal was the deep fried barramundi coated in a rich umami red curry sauce, officially registered as sinfully delicious. For something lighter but as good the salt baked whole barramundi would also do the job- soft and tender white meat that’s nicely salted; just be careful to dust off the sea salt and avoid the crispy but scaled and highly salted fish skin.

The only less spectacular dish we had for this tasting was the 红枣鸡. It wasn’t bad but slight too salty for everyone across the table, better paired with plain rice we reckon.

Thank you Burpple for the spreading the love and Enjoy Eating House for hosting!

know inveterate Chinese who are very serious about their dedication to Chinese food on daily basis (i.e. my dad who needs a bowl of noodles/soup/rice daily by default); yet interestingly my diet excludes much Chinese food - yes I love bread as a daily staple instead.

But a meal at Enjoy Eating House does remind me of the joys of Asian - Chinese cuisine. A highlight of the meal was the deep fried barramundi coated in a rich umami red curry sauce, officially registered as sinfully delicious. For something lighter but as good the salt baked whole barramundi would also do the job- soft and tender white meat that’s nicely salted; just be careful to dust off the sea salt and avoid the crispy but scaled and highly salted fish skin.

The only less spectacular dish we had for this tasting was the 红枣鸡. It wasn’t bad but slight too salty for everyone across the table, better paired with plain rice we reckon.

Thank you Burpple for the spreading the love and Enjoy Eating House for hosting!

know inveterate Chinese who are very serious about their dedication to Chinese food on daily basis (i.e. my dad who needs a bowl of noodles/soup/rice daily by default); yet interestingly my diet excludes much Chinese food - yes I love bread as a daily staple instead.

But a meal at Enjoy Eating House does remind me of the joys of Asian - Chinese cuisine. A highlight of the meal was the deep fried barramundi coated in a rich umami red curry sauce, officially registered as sinfully delicious. For something lighter but as good the salt baked whole barramundi would also do the job- soft and tender white meat that’s nicely salted; just be careful to dust off the sea salt and avoid the crispy but scaled and highly salted fish skin.

The only less spectacular dish we had for this tasting was the 红枣鸡. It wasn’t bad but slight too salty for everyone across the table, better paired with plain rice we reckon.

Thank you Burpple for the spreading the love and Enjoy Eating House for hosting!

I know inveterate Chinese who are very serious about their dedication to Chinese food on daily basis (i.e. my dad who needs a bowl of noodles/soup/rice daily by default); yet interestingly my diet excludes much Chinese food - yes I love bread as a daily staple instead.
But a meal at Enjoy Eating House does remind me of the joys of Asian - Chinese cuisine. Take for example this hor fun that the chef takes extra effort to first pan-fry the kway teow before doling the starched gravy filled with a plethora of ingredients. A premium rendition of this comforting rainy weather staple. Also the truly “simple and unassuming” but tasty 白菜 in fish sauce.

Thank you Burpple for the spreading the love and Enjoy Eating House for hosting!

I know inveterate Chinese who are very serious about their dedication to Chinese food on daily basis (i.e. my dad who needs a bowl of noodles/soup/rice daily by default); yet interestingly my diet excludes much Chinese food - yes I love bread as a daily staple instead.
But a meal at Enjoy Eating House does remind me of the joys of Asian - Chinese cuisine. Take for example this hor fun that the chef takes extra effort to first pan-fry the kway teow before doling the starched gravy filled with a plethora of ingredients. A premium rendition of this comforting rainy weather staple. Also the truly “simple and unassuming” but tasty 白菜 in fish sauce.

Thank you Burpple for the spreading the love and Enjoy Eating House for hosting!

@taikoolane have recently launched an all-new soup base - Pork Ribs Soup Base that consists of Pork Ribs, Corns, Carrots and Daikon. It tastes so hearty that it’ll definitely warm the cockles of your heart. This is a great option for non-spicy lovers!

To celebrate Father’s Day, @taikoolane is having a Gentlemen’s Privilege promotion from now till 30 June.
For every table with,
1 gent - 15% off
2 gents - 25% off
3 gents - 35% off
4 gents and above - 50% off

Time to jio your kakis for a good hotpot session!

@taikoolane have recently launched an all-new soup base - Pork Ribs Soup Base that consists of Pork Ribs, Corns, Carrots and Daikon. It tastes so hearty that it’ll definitely warm the cockles of your heart. This is a great option for non-spicy lovers!

To celebrate Father’s Day, @taikoolane is having a Gentlemen’s Privilege promotion from now till 30 June.
For every table with,
1 gent - 15% off
2 gents - 25% off
3 gents - 35% off
4 gents and above - 50% off

Time to jio your kakis for a good hotpot session!

Don’t be quick to dismiss this as it’s one of our favourites here! Perfectly executed to be strong in wokhei

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Similar to the Maki-San concept, we get to customise our very own sushi bowl with a choice of base (green mix / warm sweet potato noodles, furikake white rice / mixed warm brown rice), accompanied by a choice of 1 main, 1 sauce, 2 toppings and 3 fillers.

My order goes like this
Base - Mixed Warm Brown Rice
Main - Teriyaki Chicken (?)
Sauce - Yoozoo Sesame Sauce
Toppings - Fish Flakes, Bonito Furikake
Fillers - Kani Sticks, Roasted 'shrooms (+$0.50), Ebiko

I actually ordered warm sweet potato noodles as my base but they gave me mixed warm brown rice instead 😦 The teriyaki chicken didn't taste like teriyaki and I'm unsure if they threw in the cajun chicken breast as these were the only two types of chicken shown on the checklist. Sauce with yuzu sesame was a good choice with a myriad of flavours and the roasted shrooms were something that turned out unexpectedly better as compared to the rest of the items in the bowl 》$7.90 + $0.50 Roasted 'shrooms

Similar to the Maki-San concept, we get to customise our very own sushi rolls with a choice of white/mixed brown rice served in nori wrap as a base, accompanied with a choice of 1 main, 1 sauce, 2 toppings and 3 fillers.

My order goes like this
Base - Mixed brown rice
Main - Salmon sashimi (+$2.50)
Sauce - Spicy Mayo
Toppings - Tempura Crunch, Nori Chicken Floss
Fillers - Sliced Avocado, Tamago, Ebiko

Perhaps I was expecting it to be similar to Maki-San since Wooshi was from the same founder but the whole roll that I ordered lacks flavour. Unlike sushi rice which usually comes with vinegar and a sticky texture, the brown rice was merely loose plain brown rice that couldn't hold well. The amount of sauce given was too little for us to even savour it and the only flavours I can taste was some saltiness from the chicken floss and sweetness from tamago and ebiko 》$7.90 + $2.50 Salmon Sashimi

Made using fresh full cream Meiji milk with black sesame together with the sweet and slight bitter finish of dalgona
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Made using fresh full cream Meiji milk with a tinge of rose together with the sweet and slight bitter finish of dalgona.