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Delectable Wholesome Halal Rice Bowls and Pizzas We Love The Beef Rice Bowl - The base of the rice bowl is made with cauliflower florets and brown rice, and is topped with alfafa, amaranth and red daikon. Cherry tomatoes, corn, red onions and a wobbly poached egg are paired with the thin beef slices.聽 Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/santap/
Cafe At Hotel Small little shop. The food is passable, not too great. Ordered the beef rice bowl and shrimp rice bowl which came up to $30. Not too bad, but given it's inaccessibility and average food, probably won't return.
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For Muslim-owned Grain Bowls and More Tucked within the newly opened boutique hotel, The Daulat, this Muslim-owned cafe is run by the guys behind Working Title, Afterwit and The Mad Sailors. Santap, which means to eat luxuriously in Malay, serves hearty grain bowls, sandwiches and pizzas. Indoor seating is limited to a communal table, so it's best to dress comfortably and sit alfresco on a cool day. Go for the Beef Rice Bowl ($15) that comes with cherry tomatoes, a poached egg and red onions set atop a bed of cauliflower and brown rice mix. It's topped with alfalfa sprouts, red daikon and drizzled with a housemade tonkatsu sauce. Otherwise, you won't go wrong with the Aubergine Pizza ($13), topped with feta cheese, okra and curry mayonnaise. Pro tip: During Ramadan, Santap opens only from 5pm on weekdays, and on offer is a $15 set meal for any main and a drink. Avg Price: $20 per person Photo by Burppler Hilary See
Aubergine Pizza Decided to go against what the recommended pizza was (Salmon, just in case you were wondering), and was pleasantly surprised by this thin-crusted Aubergine pizza. The tomato-based pizza is slathered with a curry mayo, topped with thin slices of aubergine and okra and a generous shower of soon-to-be-gooey cheddar cheese. Definitely wasn't expecting this to be as cheesy but hey, no complains from me! #Burpproved
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Plated desserts are more common in restaurants and dessert cafes. Don鈥檛 be surprised, you can also find beautifully plated desserts here at Brothers in Fine Food. We had a hard time deciding they all looked so good, but went with the Nagasari. Soft consistency caramelised bananas in a sweet gula melaka foam, crunchy saut茅ed coconut shavings and pandan crumbs all at once. . Nagasari at S$8. . Read on foodgem.sg/food/cafe/brothers-in-fine-food . Where to dine? Brothers in Fine Food West Community Club, 3, 5 Tampines Ave 3, # 02-07, 529705
Nice Presentation馃憤馃徎 Little caf茅 located at level two in Tampines CC. Industrial kinda theme. Menu was not much to choose from but the quality of food was not bad though. My meal for two was less than $50 if i can remember correctly .
A hearty plate of duck ragout fit for any day! The duck ragout comprises of succulent 24 hours pulled smoked duck with firm tagliatelle pasta in tomato cream ragout sauce and basil 馃構. . Duck ragout at S$9 . Where to dine? Brothers in Fine Food West Community Club, 3, 5 Tampines Ave 3, #02-07, 529705
For Tasty Dinners and Lazy Brunches With exposed ceilings and long wooden benches, this Muslim-owned cafe in Tampines West Community Club is an industrial chic hangout perfect for dinners or weekend brunches. The space is owned by the same guys behind Penny University, so you can expect good food and coffee 鈥 bonus points for their friendly staff! A generous piece of seared sous vide steak served with fluffy scrambled eggs and crispy fries, the Butcher's Daughter ($14) is without a doubt one of the stars on their brunch menu (available 9am-5pm on weekends). Another winner is the Peanut Butter Jelly Toast ($10), which sandwiches peanut butter, homemade summer berries compote and sliced bananas among two slices of toasted fresh brioche 鈥 simple but good! At dinner, consider the Kelantan Roasted Chicken ($16) glazed with spicy coconut cream. Sip on the Spiked Muddy Espresso ($6.50) that comes sweetened with gula Melaka, or the Jaffa Orange Mocha ($6), which sports a lovely citrusy brightness amidst the earthy notes of the coffee and chocolate. Avg Price: $20 per person Photo by Burppler Siming T *Muslim-owned
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For Rainy Day Army Stew Located within Viva Business Park in Chai Chee, this Halal-certified restaurant is a great go-to when you're in the mood for Korean. On rainy days, it's a no brainer to go for the Budae Jjigae (army stew, $45.90). Good to share among two or three diners, the pot comes with heaping portions of ingredients including chicken, ham, sausage, rice cakes, ramen and kimchi, and the broth boils beautifully down into a lip-smackingly flavourful stew. The restaurant doesn't serve ban chan (side dishes) so you might want to order classic dishes like the Kimchi Jeon (kimchi pancake, $16) to share. Avg Price: $25 per person Photo by Burppler Hanais Adria *Halal-certified
Very Filling Hot Army Stew All the common ingredients you would expect in an army stew. $45.90 for 2 pax.
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Halal Korean Food The galbi(beef) was tender and rich in flavour just by itself since it was marinated beforehand. Chicken Ramyeon is spicy but super tasty and the bulgogi chicken with rice will be nice if you mix everything up and eat it with the side side dishes. Worth the try for first timer! Everything here cost about $50+ including beverages.
Budae Jjgae (Army Stew) $39 It was a cold and rainy day so we decided to try : Ham & Sausage Ramen in Hot Pot !! omg... the portion is so huge and worth sharing maybe for 2 or even 3. The kimchi stew was juz amazing!! Thanks to the lady manager, we got a free topup of the stew (coz it was so good that our stew was almost empty)... or was it suppose to be free? (not sure) (岬斸触岬) Worth trying guys!! Will definitely come back for more!!
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Too Good, Even KFC Has To Stand Aside 2nd cheat meal of the week at the long awaited chic-a-boo. The hot and spicy chicken was sooo well marinated i thought i would even choose it over KFC. I guess its the hint of spiciness that's lacking in KFC marination. We were sooooo ganchiong to have our first bites cause it looked so crispy and yummy that we got no time and hands to capture the moment 馃い anyway here's a AFTER photo with pieces of chicken skin we managed to forego... it was tough decision though... 馃
Black Pepper Chicken Burger 馃崝 This burger is oh sooo big! I didn't expect it to be THAT big! 馃槺 HAHA. If I only knew, I wouldn't order side dish of potato wedges with it. Too filling for someone who is a small eater (but a frequent eater! 馃槄). Expectedly, I didn't finish my potato wedges. 馃槬 The chicken was tender and maintaining its crisp, but I was not impressed with the marination. I felt that the flavour was all coming from the black pepper sauce. Overall, it was a good experience to taste Chic-A-Boo's Burger. I should've tried their fried chicken which they are more known for. 馃 PS They just opened an outlet last week in City Square Mall which replaced the Astons. 馃槉 #burpple #simplejoys #chickenburger
Fried Chicken Spicy fried chicken with 2 sides to choose from a number of sides they offer. Best to eat them while hot and I am not the fan of their muffin.
Chic-a-Boo Set 2 ($9.50) One of the more affordable dining options at HillV2, & undeniably one of the better fried chicken joints I鈥檝e tried too. Like KFC, you get to choose between 鈥楩avourite鈥 (original) or 鈥楬ot & Spicy鈥. Honestly, give up on their favourite & just follow your heart into the flaming option 鈥 so well-marinated at every microscopic angle, it鈥檚 been so long since I last enjoyed an obese chicken so moist & tender, as if it has reached its full potential. The set also allowed me to choose 2 side dishes out of 11, thumbs up to their cream of chicken & curly fries, next time I鈥檒l give their sweet potato fries a try. Excellent homemade corn muffin too. No complains at all, this good chick place makes me quite happy.
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