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U don't get what you don't ask for, I asked and they so kindly obliged ><

Charentais melon balls were super sweet from the marination, but the texture was thus diff from fresh melons too. Served w peach gum and melon juice(which wasn't too strong)

By the side there's milk ice cream made by creamier specially for them, according to their recipe and oh god it was special. Somehow very smooth, and milkier than normal. This comes w pumpkin seed oil which was quite intense

Overall pretty good, but idk if I would pay this normal price for it either

It's funny how they don't call themselves basque when they're literally using idiazabal cheese.

It's pretty decent, I don't like the slightly smoky edge from idiazabal cos I feel it doesn't mesh particularly well but maybe it's just me if this is meant to be authentic. Anyway it's not particularly strong so not a big deal. However it's a little bit dry at the side

But way too ex tho, this is abit ridiculously prized

Served w pineapple compote. Honestly it's basically blitzed pineapple but it works well

The scarmoza was rlly lovely. It's very meaty almost, esp when served beside the pineapple compote. There's crisp on the surface, it's got the most pleasant soft chew and sufficient bite, and smoky too.

The only problem is the price. Otherwise I have no reservations about branding it a must try. Still tho, I'm really glad I didn't have to share this, this was very satisfying to chew on 3 massive chunks of scarmoza

Koji marinated iberico secreto, the funk wasn't too strong and the umami is present. Quite tender too, esp because of the thin cut. I would prefer a thicker cut tho, and it wasn't crisped up enough

The braised cabbage is tough to cut, it spreads out cos the knife isn't sharp enough. Your classic sour cabbage

The black vinegar sauce was rlly good. There's umami from ckn jus, so the sourness played second fiddle

Overall pretty good, but very overpriced

The sourdough was lovely. Crispy, light, with nice bite.

I'm sure people have heard about their kombu butter. To be honest you don't taste exactly kombu but it's more of just umami. This will be a theme throughout the meal.

It was very good tho, this is a must try if you're here

Quite crispy and the honey and milk were on point, only problem is that the centre is very stretchy, so it's hard to separate and eat. But taste was good

IDK WHY THEIR PORTIONS ARE SO BIG

Srsly their mixed grill for 2 feeds 4 well, pls be very very careful when you order. We see a lot of tables of 2 ordering some starter, the mixed grill, and drinks, and leaving a large chunk of the grill untouched

When it comes to the food tho, the ckn wings were pretty good, well grilled. The beef chunks had some very tough pieces. Ckn pieces were slightly dry

Ckn and mutton skewers were both tender. Rice was fluffy

Overall decent and portion was super generous

Not v crispy, and quite bland. You rlly mainly just taste mozz and nothing much else, the mushroom taste is nonexistent

Hummus was thick, the minced lamb was surprisingly decent despite how meh it looks

The bread was decent too, with good chew despite the thinness, and crispy at the bottom

Fortune Center has a whole slew of vegetarian diners, but @enseeds_healthyfood stands out from amongst them by being the only protein & grain bowl place. Choose from a Vegan Bowl, a Power Protein set that has chicken as the protein, or select the Seabass Set like I did for $13.80 nett.ā €
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For $13.80, I got a sizeable slab of seabass slathered in a tangy herb cream sauce that was rather addictive. The fish was fresh, firm & still moist, making it a healthy yet hearty bulking option. Besides the sterling seabass, I was entitled to three side dishes and a carb option. I elected to take baked pumpkin, Shuka Shuka (basically just shakshuka without the egg) and Ol Reliable, steamed broccoli.ā €
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The baked pumpkin was oven roasted till soft, and the pumpkin was superbly sweet. It definitely needed a sprinkle of coarse sea salt to really make it pop, but it was still sufficiently tasty enough. The Shuka Shuka, however, was tremendously tasty. I am an eggplant hater, but I quite enjoyed this grilled eggplant & capsicum in tomato paste. Sure, Iā€™m still not a fan of the mushy texture of eggplant, but the tangy, heartwarming sapidity of the tomato paste that the eggplant was in won me over.ā €
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I never expected an old place like Fortune Center to house such a modern grain/protein bowl concept, but Iā€™m certainly grateful that EN Seeds is going strong this close to my office.

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Basically creme brulee, but honestly it's better

Most creme brulees have a custard base that's steamed. This one is cooked in a pot, requiring more effort and gives a thick soft and not completely set texture. The sugar crust was textbook but the flavour was incredible. Super strong, can't rlly pinpoint what's the key difference but really it's better than most creme brulees, even though the ingredients are basically the same. A hint of lemon made it even better

Must try, it's seriously something

Overall I feel like the reviews are very overhyped, the food is expensive for the portion and taste, as well as the location. There are 1 or 2 highlights though that's worth making a trip for, but by and large no