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Having an omakase course is not only about the quality of the food, but the overall vibes and experience with the chef and hosts. The crew at @dsocialoutcast ticked the checkboxes, with their warm service and delicious food! Their omakase course is unorthodox compared to the usual Japanese style, with many of the menu items focusing on their woodfire grill 😍

Many of their food items in their 7-course Woodfire Experience ($138) are experimental, with fusion of bold flavours that seem less common! I like how they brought us to many countries just based on the flavours we tasted. They definitely can do a good grill, as their lamb chop was absolutely brilliant, with a smokey yet extremely tender meat!

There is no menu, and their food items change according to chef's mood 😂 there isn't many halal course meals in Singapore, so definitely recommended for everyone to try. Do expect your clothes to smell like the BBQ when you leave, though you can get some perfume fix in their red room 😉 Thank you @burpple for inviting and @dsocialoutcast for the wonderful meal!

Shrimp Doria Baked Rice (S$16.90++)
Creamy became sauce infused with shrimp, with a golden crust of mixed cheese, on top savoury rice. Topped with 3 prawns and furikake.

[Jalan Besar, Singapore 🇸🇬]
[Hawker Centre]
[Halal Buffet]

Check out Halal Thai steamboat hidden in the lower deck of this hawker centre. We had buffet option which was priced at S$22 per pax with 2 hours time limit. The buffet did not include seafood items. If the time limit is too stressful for you, there’s also set and ala carte versions available. The menu may looked limited but for the 2 of us we were too full to cover all. Selected chicken broth as the choice of soup base, which was quite savoury on its own. Another option available was Tom Yum. Don’t forget to glaze the griller with beef fat before cooking. Beef tongue was an uncommon item for steamboat but the texture was interesting. The NZ Premium Beef may looked quite fatty before cooking but it simply tasted so yummy on its own.

Sedap Thai @thaisedap
Address 🛖 : Blk 166 Jalan Besar, # 01-08 Berseh Food Centre, Singapore 🇸🇬 208877
Open 🕰️ : Mon - Sat : 4.30pm - 9.30pm
MRT 🚇 : Jalan Besar (DT22)

[Jalan Besar, Singapore 🇸🇬]
[Hawker Centre]
[Halal Buffet]

Check out Halal Thai steamboat hidden in the lower deck of this hawker centre. It’s the first Halal Thai steamboat in Singapore. We had buffet option which was priced at S$22 per pax with 2 hours time limit. If the time limit is too stressful for you, there’s also set and ala carte versions available. The All-you-can-eat buffet menu may looked limited and did not include seafood items but for the 2 of us we were too full to cover all. Although it’s located in the hawker centre, the place was quite cooling with lots of fan around. Selected chicken broth as the choice of soup base, which was quite savoury on its own. Another option available was Tom Yum. Don’t forget to generously coat the skillet with beef fat before cooking. Beef tongue was an uncommon item for steamboat but the texture was interesting. The NZ Premium Beef may looked quite fatty before cooking but it simply tasted so yummy on its own. There’s also 2 types of spicy dips available to go with the food. We visited the outlet on a weekday night and we could see a continuous flow of customers. As we were seated near the stall, it was easy to get refill for broth, gas, and sauce. We ended the meal with instant noodle and beaten egg in the soup. So shiok!

Sedap Thai @thaisedap
Address 🛖 : Blk 166 Jalan Besar, # 01-08 Berseh Food Centre, Singapore 🇸🇬 208877
Open 🕰️ : Mon - Sat : 4.30pm - 9.30pm
MRT 🚇 : Jalan Besar (DT22)
Note 📝 : you could make reservation on the same day before 4pm through WhatsApp 9680 4883

From Casuarina Curry Restaurant
Flavourful fried rice vermicelli, tender minced mutton, fried egg and a rich, savoury sauce blend in a delicious symphony.
Umami flavours shine through, leaving me craving more!

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From The Original Botak Jones
Crispy, creamy, spicy snack!
Stuffed jalapeños are a masterclass in texture and flavor.
Crunchy breaded exterior gives way to molten mozzarella fillings and spicy jalapeño, all balanced by tangy tartar sauce.
Addictive and divine!

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We had a wonderful family brunch at Earle Swensen's last weekend! The kids absolutely loved their meals. My son devoured the chicken bolognese spaghetti, while my daughter couldn't get enough of the crispy fish 'N' chippies.
The salad bar was a hit with its variety of fresh options - even my picky eaters found something they enjoyed. And of course, the ice cream was the highlight of the morning. The children were thrilled with all the flavors and toppings available.
As a mom, I was impressed with the creamy mushroom spaghetti. It's nice to find a place that caters to both kids and adults.
The best part? We discovered that Earle Swensen's can host parties for 50-70 people. We're now considering it for our son's upcoming birthday. It's great to find a venue that can accommodate a large group while offering food that everyone enjoys.
If you're looking for a family-friendly restaurant with options for all ages, I highly recommend giving Earle Swensen's a try. It's definitely become a new favorite for our family!

Expensive kopitiam-standard food. Okay the fish was quite a lot, but ordinary. The fries sucked. I guess stick to their chicken.

@thesoupspoonsg has a new promotion item on the menu now - daily saver $7.9 set!

For the price of $7.90, you get a small soup (choose from 3 diff soup choices - roasted pumpkin / tangy tomato with basil / meatless minestrone), a side (ham and cheese sandwich or salad) and a drink (3 choices)!

Very value for money! And great if you want more variety for a meal! (Otherwise an ala carte normal soup portion will cost at least $9+.)

From Casuarina Curry
Made upon order!
Thosai packed with flavorful masala potato and sliced mushrooms filling.
A perfect blend of spices and texture.
A delicious Indian-inspired treat for anytime of the day.
Loved the dips!

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we got the smoked duck carbonara, japanese style aglio olio (basically seaweed), and curry doria. HONESTLY not bad at all def btr than saizeriya