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Fried Chicken Skin ($8++)

I N V I T E D T A S T I N G
Everyone I know has been raving about the this item at Alter Ego. Let me assure you it isn't empty hype but genuine honest-to-goodness bar food that's totally deserving of the high number of social media posts it's garnered.
The serving is very generous and every piece of the chicken skin is large, puffily crunchy and seasoned with an addictive blend of spices.
I foresee this to be one of the bestsellers here if it isn't already.

Old School Location with Unique Bar Food

We ordered the poached chicken sushi ($8), crab cake sliders ($14) & the chicken wing stuffed with otah and Thai chili dip ($10). This lepark cafe has a great ambience and a wide variety of beers to last you through the night! Suitable for date nights and group gatherings! 😍

eat like a beast.

salted egg yolk fried chicken with pandan waffles $20 (the waffle at the bottom act as the "吸油纸" for the waffle) / nasi lemak burger $20 (mcd one can 靠边站). these 2 are available in Aug only / poutine $14 (the fried egg on top a bit extra) / citrus highball $7 (happy hour). 🚨 warning: either u are the really can eat type, or just minimize ur ego and share the mains.
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"Hojiak" in hokkien translates to good to eat.

This small and cozy eatery is a bit of a hidden gem. Located on the 2nd floor of Fuji Xerox Building, tucked in a quiet corner.
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Rice bowls are only available. This is the oven baked chicken leg over rice and splashed with generous amount of japanese curry. The eatery does the misen place of the chicken themselves and baked onsite. The moment I walked in, the aroma of the marinades wafted in the air. Smell was so umami! Flavor wise, sweet, atad salty and fragrant. A vigorous sprinkling of seaweed (super challenging to shoot) and chilli flakes for that bit of heat to balance off the sweetness of japanese curry. No foods are fried here and there is also a vegetarian option.
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Thank you Nehemiah @hojiak_sg for being a wonderful host. Btw... he is also the co-owner of the recently opened acai place @parallelsg at Raffles.

Ho-jiak is opened only from Mondays to Fridays 11am to 2.30pm. Closed on weekends.

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Get Down And Hustle

Newly opened Hustle Co. (slightly over a month) adds another dining option to the Tanjong Pagar/ Outram area.

Serving autralian-inspired foods, Hustle Co. offers two menus - brunch from 9am to 4pm and dinner from 5pm till 9pm. Opening hours are from 9am to 12am, last order at 9pm, closed on Mondays and Sundays till 6pm, last order at 4pm.

If you have a sweet tooth like me, you have to give their French Toast ($17.50) a go! This more extravagant version of the classic brunch dish has cinnamon glazed pears and fresh strawberries and mixed nuts (pistachio, almond and pumpkin seeds) accompany thick-cut brioche toasts that is crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, topped with vanilla ice cream. Enjoy it with a coffee or tea (iced long black at $5.50 for me!) and you'd be all set for the day!

Get Down And Hustle

Newly opened Hustle Co. (slightly over a month) adds another dining option to the Tanjong Pagar/ Outram area.

Serving autralian-inspired foods, Hustle Co. offers two menus - brunch from 9am to 4pm and dinner from 5pm till 9pm. Opening hours are from 9am to 12am, last order at 9pm, closed on Mondays and Sundays till 6pm, last order at 4pm.

If you're spoilt for choice (20 over dishes from the combined menus), the Salmon Rosti ($23) is The One to try. The perfectly seared salmon (by Gordon Ramsay's standards) sits on a rosti that is crisp to the bite, topped with dill crème fraîche and a generous portion of salmon roe. Pair this with one of the 12 craft beers on tap (around $9 for half pint) for the perfect start to the weekend! With no service charge and GST, it means you can try more stuff!

Aburi Salmon Maki Roll ($9.90)

The aburi salmon literally melts in your mouth and really makes the roll great. The portion was quite substantial and each piece was pretty big so you are definitely getting your money’s worth. Cheaper than shiok maki, but just as satisfying and delicious.

Kaisen Don ($11.90)

Cheap and relatively decent Japanese food. Sashimi could be sliced thicker and perhaps not as fresh as I hope it would be, but at this price point you can’t really complain.

The Beast's brunch

You get to choose your carb, protein, eggs and salad. This is fried chicken, mac and cheese, classic Caesar salad and scrambled eggs. This was yummy with crispy fried chicken and creamy scrambled eggs.

German Beers On Tap

Chanced upon this newly opened place online and decided to head down for dinner and beer. Cozy little bar, air-conditioned and quiet, friendly service, good for gatherings!

First of all they have a variety of German Beers on tap, which flow directly from their fridge. Pretty interesting when I happened to see that as they were refilling the Beers. The German Weizen had a banana flavor after taste with a vanilla touch, the taste was good but according to my drinker friends, they didn't think that the alcohol kick was strong enough.

Other drinks that I tried were the seasonal apple cider, which was average. The root beer, that was in fact far from what we had expected to be a root beer, because it had more of a stout taste.

Ontap serves mainly Mexican food, but food choices were limited. We had the pulled pork nachos, a huge portion for even 3-4 people sharing. The pulled pork was really tender, and the nachos were generously splattered with cheddar and mozzarella cheese! Also had the fried chicken tacos at $4 per taco. Each taco was made with onion, tomato cubes and relatively big pieces of popcorn chicken, topped with mayonnaise. I am not a fan of Mexican food, but I really enjoyed the taco! We couldn't finish the food despite only ordering 2 food items as the portions were really big.

For now, the bar is only opened on fridays and saturdays from 6-1130pm. The current promotion that they are having for the national day month: buy 5 glasses of beers and get 2 glasses free! *ulu location warned but highly recommended for dinner with drinks!