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First time at Sarnies to celebrate a special occasion :) Angus Beef Stew was really hardly and super delicious!! (Super tasty and flavorful gravy and nice portion of beef and sides). Glad the place feels super casual, cozy and has great ambience. Highly recommend the Breadcrumbed Fried Portobello mushrooms. Staff Haziq, Kim and Navi are super friendly. Can't wait to come back!

$5.20 for the regular cup but the portion is actually not that little. We chose the Kochi Yuzu and Granny's favourite - both of which were their Signature flavours. Taste and texture were on point and there is really nothing to complain about at all. Lovely experience in a cosy air-conditioned environment with power plugs almost everywhere. Will definitely return for their seasonal flavours.

[Canberra, Singapore 🇸🇬]

Laksa Mac & Cheese Pie (S$7.50)
Got bean curd puff and egg in it but the egg was too chewy

Iced Shaken Hibiscus Tea Lemonade (S$7.30/ venti)

($8.90) I wanted to try for a long time under acai journey. I felt puzzled that half serving portion size was quite so less and compared to full serving ($12.90). The portion size filled like two third of bowl only. They served seasonal fruit such as kiwi, blueberries, strawberry and banana. I opt out for dragonfruit as personal perferences :")

I went to this place with my friends for a TGIT (Thursday) night out, and we had a fantastic dinner! The "Moo Ping" Smoked Pork Ribs, which came highly recommended on their website, did not disappoint. The ribs were not only delicious but also fall-off-the-bone tender, making every bite a delight.

We also enjoyed the Grilled Prawn Pomelo Salad, which was appetising. The prawns were huge and juicy, complementing the fresh pomelo. Additionally, the Burnt Butter Cabbage had just the right amount of char, paired beautifully with the rich aroma of the butter.

Not pictured, but worth mentioning, is the Ginger Lemongrass Tea I tried. I'm usually not a big fan of lemongrass, but this drink captured the perfect balance of flavours, making it refreshing without being overpowering. Overall, it was a memorable evening with great food and even better company!

I have been to @sarnies.sg consistently for a couple of years for their dinner fare and I must say that it's been consistently good all these while. One should not judge their cook just by their afternoon brunch fare, as the quality of their dinner items are just so much better.

Their Angus Beef Stew ($26) came in a big plate, with loads of braised beef cubes in a comforting savoury sauce and a huge dollop of mash. I love how tender the beef was, and it was rich with spices. Mash was creamy and buttery!

Next up, their Chicken Parmigiana ($24) is one sharing plate worth ordering. Just look at the amount of cheese on that huge chicken cutlet! It was fried to perfection while keeping the meat tender and juicy inside.

Their Grilled Seabass ($25) is decent. Although the skin wasn't crispy, the meat was still rich, fresh and sweet. Love the char on the brussel sprouts!

They have a promotion where 2 drinks gives you free truffle fries 😍 With that, good food and 1 for 1 dinner mains we got with #burpplebeyond, it's a place you have to go!

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food at fi woodfire was great! we had their signature moo-ping which was tender and flavourful. we also had their thai milk tea pana cotta dessert which had a lot of ingredients to enhance the taste of it. overall the portions were huge and filling for all of us.

we ordered the signature “moo ping” smoked duroc pork ribs and it had a smoky taste from the special woodfire used to grill the meat! the pork was fall off the bone tender and delicious!

the grain-fed striploin was tender as well and the tamarind chimichuri dip added a nice tangy flavour to the dish.

we also got the grilled prawn pomelo salad (had a lot of prawns!), seafood tomyum soup, burnt butter cabbage and prawn omelette which were nice additions to the meal!

we finished off with the thai milk tea panna cotta which was an interesting modern rendition of thai dessert! it had multiple textures which made the dessert very appetising.

i think i'm just not a fan of AAA sorbets🥲 i didn't like their fruity and oatside sorbets so i tried this choc pb banana one which sounded SO GOOD but...sticking to nutty party...

My friends and I went for dinner and had an amazing catch up here! We ordered Charred Corn Som Tom, “Mooping” Smoked Pork Ribs, Roasted Duck Green Curry, French Poulet, Burnt Butter Cabbage, Morning Glory and Seafood Thai Fried Rice. Personally, I would recommend getting the “Mooping” and Raosted Duck Green Curry. The smoked pork ribs really did not disappoint as it was so tender and good! For the green curry, we ordered the level 1 spicy and the curry had both spicy and sweet taste to it. A very delicious bowl of green curry! Another dish that is worth mentioning would be the burnt butter cabbage. It was my first time trying this interesting dish and if you are looking for veggies to complement the meat, you can consider trying this although I personally feel that it tasted abit bland with the burnt taste.

Overall, a great place worth trying once as the ambience was also nice for a quick catch up with friends or simply for a date! They served unique alcoholic drinks as well such as the thai milk tea highball which we ordered to try!

Great place to try out if you are in the CBD area. Tried the Morning Glory, Charred Corn Som Tom, Burnt Butter Cabbage, Green Curry (Roasted Duck) 'Moo Ping' Smoked Pork Ribs, French Poulet, Seafood Thai Fried Rice, Thai Iced Milk Tea and Sabai. I liked the sauce which complemented the taste of the kang kong in Morning Glory. It was different from the usual sambal kang kong so it is worth a try. The Charred Corn Som Tom exceeded my expectations in terms of the depth and variety of taste. Sweetness of the corn and papaya, combined with the sourness of the sauce was such a good complement. The Burnt Butter Cabbage was pretty mid and thus didn't stand out as much as the other dishes. The curry was spicy enough to be enjoyed, yet it didn't mask the other ingredients in the curry, which makes it a well balanced green curry which tasted very flavourful. The duck was also not dry, but didn't stand out too much, making the curry the main character of the dish. The pork ribs were really tender and delicious. The sauce goes really well with the pork ribs. Also, there was crispy rice served along with it and I thought it was cute. The chicken in the French Poulet was nice too, but I think I preferred the pork ribs more. I strongly recommend trying the Charred Corn Som Tom and the Moo Ping Smoked Pork Ribs. The Thai Iced Milk Tea was sweet and milky enough, although I think the tea taste could be a bit stronger. The Sabai tasted fruity and was delicious, which I enjoyed. I think it would be great for those who don't enjoy a strong alcohol taste. All in all, the food and the service was really great!

Had an amazing time at Fi Woodfire Thai with their well selected authentic range of Thai food dishes.

A must have would be the crispy pork belly confit that is nicely seasoned and melts in your mouth with the perfect fat-to-meat ratio paired with their own thai sweet chili.