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Dropped by the newest concept @toktokbeefsoup that is brought to you by Chef Terence of @southunionpark, @elevenstrands and @therestaurantmia!

Bowls of comforting Beef Soup that you can pair with either noodles or rice of choice. My pick is to go with Kway Tiao or Ban Mian!

Opening promotion: get a free side of truffle sweet potato fries with any purchase of a bowl of beef soup! For one month only!

We also gotten the smoked pork ($9) as well which had a distinct smoky taste (alittle like Bak Kwa). Chilli was a little strange with the pork tho.

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It was quite thick and flavourful! Love how the prawns were fresh and deshell super cleanly. We also gotten the smoked pork ($9) which had a distinct smoky taste (alittle like Bak Kwa). Chilli was a little strange with the pork tho.

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This smoked pork slices dish was pretty addictive and the chilli dip brought the dish up a notch!

A new food spot along Temple Street, which change between day and night. From morning serving coffee, tea and toast; then main dishes during daytime. But once the day turn dark, it transform into a bar.

First time here you will be greet with lots of vinyl at the shopfront. So it is very interesting cafe & bar at Chinatown.

Came during lunch time for their sabroso chicken chop. Featured pieces of juicy, tender and crunchy chicken chop, together with salad.

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Got the chilli crab(less) pasta, and a burger for the mains. Sweet potato fries as our side and a latte and avocado w oat milk for our drinks! Total bill was around $32 with the 1-for-1 which is pretty worth it in my opinion. Without the deal, it’s actually quite expensive but food is still really good and will come back :)

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Burpple 1-for-1 deal is at Days of Elijah! Paid only $5 for 2 premium gelatos! Great flavours!

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Capitol Singapore recently welcomed this new shop serving authentic Chinese foods at the basement.

The chef came from Shanghai and most ingredients are house-made here.

The prawn dumplings actually comes in big sizes and strong with taste.

Their signature Fire Bu Jian Tian Char Siew ($21.80) is a recipe perfected over the years, made using the “bu jian tian” cut of the meat that has a good ratio of fats to lean meat. When served, the meat is enhanced with the sweetness and flavour by the torched mixture of brandy and lemon extract. Additionally, you can pair your noodle or rice with the Triple Roast Meat Platter ($21.80), which you can get a combination of their Firewood Roasted Duck, Crispy Pork Belly and Char Siew.

In addition to their roast meats, they have an extensive menu of zichar dishes that we have sampled, including the Signature Beancurd ($13.80) which comes bubbling in a claypot, filled with ingredients such as mushrooms, carrots, snow pea and roasted pork. For a balanced meal, the Trio Egg Spinach ($13.80) is a great complement together with the Salted Egg Prawns ($18.80) that is always a great addition to the meal.
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📍 264 Middle Road, Unit 01-01, Singapore 188990
🌐 https://www.roastedstory.com/
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Hakka Yong Tau Foo - $16
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The dish comes selection of vegetables stuffed hakka-style with fish and pork, and served with savoury dip. Pairs well with their Ipoh Chee Cheong Fun ($12). The silky Ipoh-made Cheong Fun is served with fried beancurd skin and Ipoh Curry. Great place for catching up over food
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Hidden along the fringe of the CBD, newly opened Overworked Gastro Bar is a venue for all occasions! Serving hearty western-asian fusion dishes, you can come down for their all-day brunch over the weekends or on your day off or enjoy their value for money set lunches at $15.90 during your lunch break or unwind after work with their all-day Happy Hour starting from only $9.80 per pint.

We enjoyed the Plaster Seafood Rosti ($15), which is, as its name suggests, inspired by the plaster prata! Hidden inside the well seasoned rosti are quality ingredients like Vannamei Prawns and Norwegian smoked Salmon, you know you are getting value for your money. The rosti was also executed nicely, crisp on the outside yet soft and moist within, one of the better rosti that I have had.

We also tried the Johnny Nutmetto ($22) which is their take on a cold pasta dish. Brimming with seafood such as prawns, clams and seabass slices and tossed in Chef Johnny's secret sauce, this was pretty interesting.

The Moo Ping ($10) is a good dish to order if you are there to unwind over some beers. Savoury yet sweet tender, marinated pork that is grilled to perfection, it really pairs well with a pint or two or... ten!

The Beer Battered Seabass & Gratin ($15), which is available as part of their set lunch at only $15.90, including a soup and a drink is pretty well done too. Even though the Kelong Seabass in craft beer batter and served with salad had been left in the cold for a while before we dug in, the batter remains crisp and does not feel overly oily.

And to round off the meal, my preferred choice of poison is the Jing A Worker's Pale Ale Draught ($10.80/pint)

Waa Cow! should not be an unfamiliar name to most whom have been following the hipster Japanese dining scene for quite a while; with its first outlet being situated in Stephen Riady Centre within NUS U Town (it is often been mistaken that their first outlet is within the Raffles Xchange at Raffles Place MRT Station), Waa Cow! has become quite a staple within the Central Business District. One can now easily find Waa Cow!’s presence within Marina One West Tower, as well as in the recently renamed CIMB Plaza (formerly known as Change Alley). Waa Cow! has always been a brand associated with their Signature Wagyu Beef Bowls — that being said, their latest concept situated within myVillage @ Serangoon Gardens hops on the Yakiniku bandwagon. Adopting a similar approach to other individual / personal Yakiniku concepts such as that of Yakiniku Like, Yakiniku Go etc., Waa Cow! Yakiniku serves up a variety of different cuts of meat, chicken and pork for the patrons to grill to their heart’s desire. Patrons can either opt for the meats in ala-carte or in the form of a set, whilst there is an extensive menu of sides (in both to-be-grilled, or ready-to-eat form) for patrons to go for as well.

For those whom are looking to try the various different meats that Waa Cow! Yakiniku has to offer, the Karubi, Pork Collar & Chicken platter would be the one to go for. Opting for the set, the set sees the meat platter being served with a bowl of Japanese Rice, as well as a standard side of Spicy Miso & Leek Relish and a canned drink of the patron’s choice. For those looking to switch up the the items offered in the set by going for options such as the Truffle Rice, or to add on sides such as the various different types of Chawanmushi and Sashimi available on the menu, there would be additional charges on top of the standard price of each set. For our order, we had opted for the Truffle Rice, as well as to add on the Wasabi Mayo, Truffle Sauce and Mentaiko Sauce as well; each table also comes with bottles of the Ponzu Negi and Garlic Butter Teriyaki, as well as black pepper for patrons to use for the meat as well. Whilst the flavours and textures of the grilled meat are pretty much up to how one grills them, we note that the cuts of the meat were pretty much on point; the Karubi and Pork Collar were both more towards the lean side but still were pretty tender for the most part. The highlight to us apart from the Karubi and the Pork Collar though were the Truffle Rice and the various sauces we opted for. It is no doubt that Waa Cow! is not the first establishment to have came up with truffle-infused rice, but their variant was just amazingly subtle and light without being overwhelming — didn’t disrupt that delicate texture and flavour of Japanese short-grain rice. We went a little crazy with the sauces here considering how the additional sauces weren’t that necessary — the reason so is because we just could not settle with the thought of going for either the Truffle Sauce or the Mentaiko Sauccw; it has indeed been a long time since the last time we had made a visit to Waa Cow! anyway. The Mentaiko Sauce and Truffle Sauce were as good as we remembered them to be — sufficiently rich and creamy whilst being umami or carrying a good hint of truffle aroma, but the Wasabi Mayo sauce carries that slight earthiness of wasabi without launching itself into an overwhelmingly numbing affair. The Ponzu Negi and Garlic Butter Teriyaki were also good; the former being that lightly savoury sauce with a hint of Yuzu for a refreshing kick that resets the tastebuds, while the latter is a immensely thick and rich teriyaki sauce that is sufficiently garlicky for a slight twist.

Waa Cow! has been through quite a fair bit over the years; the establishment having also survived through the nation’s Circuit Breaker period where eateries in the Central Business District felt a great impact on their sales due to the lack of office crowds returning to office. From being a totally new brand name, and then establishing themselves as one of the go-to places for fancy Wagyu Beef Bowls in the Central Business District, Waa Cow! seemed to have proved themselves as a pretty trusted brand over the years — their outlets in Marina One and CIMB Plaza being hit destinations for office workers to hang out for an after-work wind down. It is needless to say that the folks around Serangoon Gardens are a pretty lucky bunch to have them around their neighbourhood — a Yakiniku concept with a focus on personal Yakiniku grills that is reasonably priced; the lowest-priced sets being listed at $14.90 before prevailing charges. With meats of a decent quality at its price as well as great sauces and a delicious specialty of Truffle Rice to boast, Waa Cow! Yakiniku is definitely one of the spots that is worth making the trek to for those who are especially into barbecue meats and the personal Yakiniku grill experience; a destination that is likely to be an attraction for those living outside the area to make a visit into this unique neighbourhood in the island.