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I tried the durian and the red bean versions. The latter was good in a normal way (or normal in a good way?). The durian used was lousy sia. It tasted like those durian lempok.

From Juliecious’ Kitchen
We recently had the pleasure of trying Mee Siam for breakfast, and it was an absolute delight.
Priced at just $4, this dish offers incredible value for money.
The tangy and slightly spicy gravy was perfectly balanced, complementing the thin rice vermicelli noodles beautifully.
Topped with chopped spring onion, boiled egg, and tofu puffs, each bite was a burst of flavour.
Overall, this Mee Siam is a fantastic option if you're looking for a tasty yet affordable breakfast.
Highly recommended!

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Drop by Tanamera Coffee to enjoy some quality Indonesian Speciality Coffee! Their Novelty Techpoint outlet is quiet and spacious, the perfect place to sip and relax with Burpple Beyond's 1-for-1 Beverage deal. Bring a friend out for a mid-day refresh!

πŸ“Έ: Photo by Burppler sok & xp πŸ‘…

Tried the Ayam bumbu rujak (grilled chicken)
The sauce that came with it is great and the chicken is cooked well. It came with some deep fried green leafs. I’m not a fan of chicken but I believe people who like chicken will like this dish.
The goreng pisang is GREAT!! 🍌 best dish I had here. Never had goreng pisang like this before. The batter was nice and the banana was not too soft and keep its texture. Which I love, I totally recommend and understand why this is their popular dish.

Ordered the mie cumi and sop buntut. πŸ₯˜πŸ«•
Actually quite like the noodle dish, it’s quite similar to mee rebus. Portion is middle size with a variety of seafood ingredients.
The oxtail soup is good too, the soup is so refreshing and soothing. I never had oxtail soup so this is new for me, the oxtail soup came with huge chunks of meat too.

Came here for lunch, chose the beef rendang.
Really recommend this as the beef is so tender and the rendang is so flavourful.
They even have some of the bitter chips.
Would order this again - portion size is also good.

From now to 30 April, The Black Hole Group celebrates the efforts and innovativeness of the chefs with the Chef’s Lab series. Over at Tipo Strada at 1KS, Chef Joey has launched a dinner-only 3-course set menu starting with the smoked salmon waldorf salad that has a lemon aioli dressing before the main of Tuscan chicken pasta. I chose the mafaldine, a ribbon-shaped pasta that is able to latch onto the rose sauce well. The dessert is a chocolate panna cotta with a berry compote.

And no meal is complete without dessert, the warm Coconut Milk Pancakes were pleasantly perfumed. Not the fuwa fuwa type but decently pillowy and soft with a good amount of moisture locked in. Crowned with fresh sweet mixed berries, cream cheese and drizzles of maple syrup, it was a more than satisfying treat that is perfect for sharing.

We can’t leave without having one of their rice dishes and got the Nasi Goreng Iga Hitam. Packing a flavourful punch, the squid ink fried rice was nicely seasoned with spice and held a lingering umami, seafood-y kick together with a smokey kiss from the wok. So shiok but a tad too much heat for me as it does build up. The 6-hour braised beef ribs were great, not too gamey and sufficiently tender. The main also came with sambal, prawn cracker and a sunny side up. (Psst it is on Burpple 1-for-1 at selected outlets!)

Lohei season comes and goes way too quickly!

More than just their speciality blends, Tanamera Coffee also delivers a solid Traditional Lohei (starting from $45.80) for the festive period (with pre-orders available on their website). Crunchy fresh shredded vegetables, savoury smoked salmon slices, sweet mandarin orange wedges, crispy golden crackers and well-balanced plum sauce all prepared in-house. One of the better CNY prosperity toss salads I had as I prefer their lighter-tasting condiments and a generous amount of salmon.

Thanks @burpple for the invite and @tanameracoffeesg for feeding us~ Will need to be back for that bomb peanut sauce (they blend it with cashew, ingenious)!

Experience the rich flavors of Indonesian Arabica at Tanamera Coffee, where every cup tells a story.

Enjoy a 1-for-1 deal on beverages or mains at Tanglin Mall. Don’t miss the uniquely crafted Black Cold Brew Coffee and indulge in Indonesian specialties like Tahu Telur and Nasi Goreng.