My Sweet Belly Oh my this dish was the absolute winner for me that night. I usually steer clear of this type of pork belly cos they would be either too fatty or porky taste too strong. But I'd read so many good reviews about this dish that I had to have it. Seriously this one was the best I ever had. The meat fat ratio was perfect and it was melt in the mouth tender. No porky taste at all! Just the sweet savory sauce that was so good I licked up every drop. I love that this place opens till late.
Carrie
11w
Cold Sesame Noodles I was so glad I ordered this. The cold sesame sauce was so good! The sesame taste was very fragrant and it was tangy and sweet. I didn't enjoy the pork in there though... porky taste too strong. I had a last spoonful of plain rice leftover from my curry so I added it into this dish. Genius move!
Carrie
11w
Excellent Jap Curry This chicken curry was excellent! Good spicy flavor and deep curry taste. I wasn't expecting such good curry from an Okinawan restaurant. Curry gravy not enough for me.
Carrie
11w
Interesting Small Plates To Share The menu at Okinawan Diner Nirai-Kanai lists so many small dishes and appetisers it's almost like you can have a meal composed entirely out of them! Not that I did (although I was severely tempted) but I ended up getting the Seasoned Chicken Livers ($9++) and Pork Miso with Cucumber ($7++) to try. Of the two, I preferred the former. Usually soft and creamy in texture, the chicken livers here were very firm from being marinated for a period of time in soya sauce. I wasn't too crazy about the pork miso as I found it too sweet but its "hae bee hiam-like" texture was interesting. A word of warning about the miso soup. Only order it if you can handle extreme saltiness.
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3 Flavour Okonomiaki Tom yam, Chilli Crab and sambal. Rest service, great place to hang out and chat. Had loads of fun! Super full!!! $35+
Lucinda
20w
Fun But Not That Tasty We had fun cooking the okonomiyaki with the help of their friendly staff. However, it just taste like cabbage with dough. We can't really taste the meat. It would taste much better if they are more generous with the meat and add seasoning to the dough.
Smiley
35w
"Chef, more butter and char for 馃惏 please." 馃檹馃徎馃槈 / All right that's not what I told him but dang, this Grilled Whole Squid [$15] which he cooked skillfully in front of me was SO DELICIOUS. Springy, succulent, and not rubbery at all! Better than the 馃悪 skewers I had at Myeongdong added up tgt 馃 / . All in all, my second visit to Seiwaa within a month was even more satisfactory with my family; we ordered more appetisers & different flavours of Okonomiyaki. Service was impeccable on both times too! Waiters are extremely well-trained and we were at awe while they prepared the Monja. . 鈥 While the okonomiyakis are undeniably tasty, I wonder if they have an option of adding yakisoba inside like the version I had in Osaka. That was a real gamechanger for me 馃馃槢 #okonomiyaki #seiwaasg #grilledsquid #teppanyaki #seafoodlove
Andrea
36w
Cheap and Good Okonomiyaki from $10 First, we mixed the batter well and laid it out on the griddle with a thin layer of oil. The estimated time taken for each side to cook is about 5 minutes, depending on the thickness of the pancake. The hardest part was flipping the pancake without creating a mess. After all the hard work, you may top off your golden-brown Okonomiyaki with the condiments provided: topping sauce, Mayonnaise, Dried Bonito flakes and Aonoir powder. Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/seiwaa/
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Really Tasty Malaysian Style Roasted Meats And Wanton Mee Oh, the joy of finding a good eating spot when you least expect it! @dix and I stumbled upon the newly-opened "KL Shao Roast" while headed to a healthy lunch. Well, that plan went right out the window once we caught sight of their tempting display of roasted meats. Although this eatery has only been in CT Hub for two days, they aren't a new business. In fact, during the time they were located at Katong Plaza, "KL Shao Roast" had gained quite a reputation for their KL-style "char siew" and "sio bak". They also toss their wantan noodles in black sauce which is how it's done in Malaysia as well. I'm pleased to report that I enjoyed my order of noodles with the two roasted meats very much (price: about $6). The "char siew" was a gorgeous glossy black, and had its sweetness dialed low and smokiness on high - just the way I like it. The cut I was given today was mostly lean with just a bit of fat which suited me fine. As for the "sio bak" (roasted pork belly), it was also really good with a thick crackling that's extremely crunchy. Coated in a tasty sauce, the fine egg noodles were al dente and didn't clump together at all. The practice here is not to add chili during the cooking, so customers are suppose to help themselves to the sambal. Interestingly, theirs isn't the usual sweetish sort but a savoury "belachan" which I discovered, went very nicely with everything. Accompanying the noodles was a bowl of soup wth three small wantons. They were alright but clearly, it's the roasted meats that rule here.
Veronica
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Roasted Pork Noodles Hidden at the basement staircase of Katong Plaza. You must come here if you love roasted pork. Their roasted pork was so crispy and juicy. $4.50 (+$1 for homemade batley)
Khaw
13w
Cantonese Sio Bak & Char Siew in the East Roast pork. Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/kl-shao-roast/
Maureen
22w
Roast Meat Platter Set For 2 Includes a side of oyster sauce veggies, 2 x rice/noodles, 2 drinks, 2 wonton soups, and a platter of soya sauce chicken, charsiew and siobak
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Special just-because delivery right to my home! Thanks @twytang for your 鐖卞績 cupcake 馃挆 Lucky me!! 馃槃馃槃馃槃 Earl Grey cupcake with Orange Blossom frosting from Ugly Cake Shop
Celest
40w
'Ugly' Cupcakes They named themselves the Ugly Cake Shop because their cakes does not contain any artificial ingredients鈥 and using buttercream instead of fondant. Hence, losing out on the beautifully looking cake that are usually full of sugar frosting and dyes. 鈥 Visited them with the main purpose to try their Sally (Peanut Butter & Dark Chocolate) cupcakes but they're unavailable during out visit 馃槶 Still, we decided to try the remaining available flavours. Unfortunately while transporting them back, Big Daddy went for a 馃帰 ride which turns out too ugly for a 馃摲 but that was also my favourite flavour among those three. I would say that their 馃嵃 are really moist and fluffy and not too 馃崿, good enough for the young and old 馃應. Nicholas - Bittersweet Chocolate Trisha - Vanilla with a Kiss of Lemon Big Daddy - Super Chocolatey with Nutella & Valrhona
Triffany
1y
I went to #FestivalForGood on Saturday afternoon and was delighted by the healthy response at Timbre+ and JTC Launchpad! I also got to learn about other social initiatives in Singapore such as RunningHour (my friend tried walking blindfolded through a short obstacle course) and I'm Soul Inc, who uses a motion sensor music-making device Soundbeam to engage the elderly and disabled to create their own music. I tried it out - it's like having an invisible drum set, and the sounds/beats are formed by passing my hands over the sensors and tapping feet on the pedals, quite tough but intriguing for psychomotor-challenged me 馃槤 : There was also a pop-up market, where I got to meet the folks from Ugly Cake Shop again! They've been sponsoring the nutrition fund of a school in Timor Leste since the start of their business, feeding the malnourished kids. What started as a small class with a handful of students has grown to a school of over 300 youths, hence a growing fund as well. : The festival may have ended, but the festivities for #DineForGood continue the rest of August. Ugly Cake Shop is offering 10% off all available cupcakes in store (except the 6pc box price)! Featured in the pic are Vicki (salted egg yolk custard), Jamie (earl grey with orange blossom whipped cream), and my favourite Carmen (lemon coconut meringue) cuz I'm a sucker for tart and sweet notes. Yes, Vicki comes with a flowing centre, heated before serving. But how are these prettily piped cupcakes 'ugly'? Well, there aren't any artificial colouring or fondant used in the cupcakes for "beautification", hence the contradictory name. Nah, give me natural and quality flavouring any time! : Thanks @Burpple for the invite, and @raiSEsg and @uglycakeshop for hosting the tasting! #Burpple
Jean
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Desmond [$7.50] #FestivalForGood is happening tomorrow and the day after (20th & 21st August), and it's Singapore's first ever festival put together to celebrate and raise awareness of social enterprises! Social enterprises are unlike usual businesses as they work towards furthering their social cause and mission in a financially sustainable way. With the motivation to provide financial support in helping to feed the children in Timor-Leste's Shallom School, Ugly Cake Shop was born! All the cakes here have stories behind them and are adorably and meaningfully named after people in the owners' lives. This here was the day's special, Desmond. Served warm, dig through the crisped top into the fluffy bottoms of the grilled butter cakes, together with the sourish yet delightfully sweet cherry compote and orange blossom cream. The elements on the plate married very nicely with a play on the variety of textures and flavours. This should be on the permanent menu! 馃槏 Your support to these social enterprises goes a long way and means a lot to them. Be #partofthegood simply by dining in!馃嵈 In the month of August at Ugly Cake Shop, indulge in their lovely cupcakes at 10% off any available flavours in shop (excluding the 6 piece box). A huge thank you to @ttheuglycakeshop for the warm hospitality and @burpple for the kind invite! 馃檰馃徎
Wei Zhi
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[jelly鏄熸湡浜宂 Local style lor bak png (鍗よ倝楗) which I tried with my in laws last weekend. 馃惙 For $3.50 a bowl, it was a steal. Other than braised pork belly, there's also 03 small chinese mushrooms, some black fungus and a braised egg. Additional add on of preserved veggie, tau pok, braised peanuts, mushrooms at $0.50 each portion. 馃惙 We didn't like the taste though. Pork was well marinated but there's a particular spice (I suspect it's cinnamon or something tangerine) heavily used in the cooking which caused the aftertaste of it unpleasant. Meat was not melt-in-the-mouth, with pork stuck in my tooth, thus the disappointment too. It also irritates me when meat wasn't tender enough yet the boss didn't properly cut it through (video 4). As for the mushrooms, it soaked up so much of the bitter braised gravy we couldn't finish it. 馃惙 You guys tried before? What's your verdict?馃 Not sure if I will come back for this lor bak png but I will definitely come back here for my favourite crispy prata!! 馃惙 Mr LorBak Blk 350 Ubi Ave 1 Singapore 400350 Wed to Monday 11am - 8pm (Close on Tuesday)
Jennifer
4d
Braised Pork Rice -$3.50 A deceptively simple dish with great depth in flavour. What I like about Mr Lorbak is that the sauce is great. The sauce is the crux as the meat will have to soak up all its goodness as it braises in it. Here, the sauce is very well balanced. Subtle Herbal aromatic with a deep savoury soya sauce base. The meat is also very well cooked. It's Tender and it melts in your mouth. My only gripe is the fungus. I not a fan of fungus in general so will give that a miss the next time. Most importantly, it's great value for money at $3.50 for such quality of food. Additional sides like peanuts, mushrooms or tau pok are available at 50 cts each.
Marvin
2w
Braised Pork Rice -$3.50 A deceptively simple dish with great depth in flavour. What I like about Mr Lorbak is that the sauce is great. The sauce is the crux as the meat will have to soak up all its goodness as it braises in it. Here, the sauce is very well balanced. Subtle Herbal aromatic with a deep savoury soya sauce base. The meat is also very well cooked. It's Tender and it melts in your mouth. My only gripe is the fungus. I not a fan of fungus in general so will give that a miss the next time. Most importantly, it's great value for money at $3.50 for such quality of food. Additional sides like peanuts, mushrooms or tau pok are available at 50 cts each.
Marvin
2w
Lor Bak Png $3.50 Braised Pork Rice from @mrlorbak_sg is a comforting meal at $3.50. A warm piece of lor bak (braised pork) in your mouth melts its fats away like butter, leaving you to chew into tender meat. It's infused with a strong herbal aroma and Shaoxing wine. Just enough braising gravy flavours the firm rice grains underneath, balancing out the saltiness of the meat. Black fungus is a crunchy refreshing contrast. A dab of chilli sauce hits your tongue with sharp spiciness, and a hint of zest that easily cuts through the strong savoury flavours of my meal.
Migin
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For Comforting Herbal Mee Sua Seng Kee Black Chicken Herbal Soup at Kaki Bukit 511 Market & Food Centre is where our Tastemakers Julius Lim and Zhihui Lim would go on nights when they crave a spot of warm comfort. Unlike its other outlet at Kembangan, this stall offers a more consistent, fail-safe experience. $4 gets you a bowl of piping hot black chicken soup with mee sua, topped with your choice of kidney, mixed organs or lean meat. Tastemaker Zhihui loves how the herbal soup is flavourful yet light, the noodles are well cooked, and the kitchen is generous with the ingredients. What's not to like? Avg price: $5 per person Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Julius Lim
Burpple
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Herbal Mee Sia This Seng Kee outlet in Bedok seems to be more consistent with their soup compared to the outlet near kembangan! The bigger outlet at Kembangan has very spotty service as well and inconsistent soup flavour. It's like rolling a dice to see if you get a nice thick herbal soup flavour or pepper water. That is what makes the bedok outlet my "go to" place for this Mee Sua!
Lionel
39w
Mee Sua With Pork Kidney A nice, hot and chicken herbal fused bowl of mee Sua (noodles) with pork kidney and liver. The herbal flavour at this stall is full and the innards are well cleaned, free of bitterness. A satisfying bowl.
A
1y
Mixed Organ Meesua This mixed pork organ herbal soup meesua could easily be my favourite late-night supper. Ultimate comfort food!!! Light but flavourful herbal soup, served with lean meat, pork kidney and liver, all of which were fresh and had no weird porky taste. Now I know where to head to if I'm ever hungry before 12mn馃構
Zhihui
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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
Rachel
2w
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 .
MIRA
5w
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
Rachel
7w
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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Lobster Nasi Lemak ($22) Lawa Bintang has now moved to an industrial park - 9008 Tampines Street 93 Singapore 528843. Yes it is rather secluded and requires some travelling effort to uncover this hidden gem but it is all worth it, if you like big fat lobster in your nasi lemak. 馃構 Singapore's food scene is doing wonders this year as we celebrate our national dishes. You will find one being recreated in several renditions and going viral on social media recently - Nasi Lemak. We had the nasi lemak burger and let's now dive into the premium version, Lobster Nasi Lemak. Update: Due to the overwhelming popularity, Lawa Bintang is currently selling only Lobster Nasi Lemak and Nasi Lemak Ayam Wing. Each customer is entitled to maximum of 2 sets of Lobster Nasi Lemak. There are changes to opening hours as well. For now, Lawa Bintang is open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 9am to 2pm. To avoid disappointment due to limited number of lobsters, do note that the queue starts forming as early as 7am and the average queue time is 3 hours. When I was there on Sunday, lobsters sold out by 12 noon. Remember, don't queue with an empty stomach! 馃槉
Ice
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Lobster Nasi Lemak ($22) Lobster Nasi Lemak is the most expensive nasi lemak I've had. Price tagged as high as $22 gives you a plump lobster freshly imported from Malaysia. Just think grilled lobster topped with melted cheese and sprinkled with aromatic blend of spices. Oh that creamy and succulent lobster meat... 馃槏 Not enticed yet? The humongous lobster is laid on a bed of fragrant coconuty basmati rice with Lawa Bintang's homemade sambal chilli. Spicy enough but not to the extent of punching you in the face. Big love to the sambal peanuts and ikan bilis which was absolutely delightful. Though I'd like the egg to be oozing and runny, but I was enjoying other elements too much to care. 馃槈
Ice
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Ayam Wings ($1.50 Each) If you are greedy like us and not satisfied with just that plump lobster in the Lobster Nasi Lemak, just top up and get some chicken wings for $1.50 each. Tossed in Lawa Bintang's secret herb mix, the chicken wings smelled great and tasted extra flavourful. Fried to crisp with that golden shade, chicken juice and oil gushed out when we bit into the wings. Well I just can't say I had nasi lemak without having a chicken wing in it. 馃槃
Ice
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A Delicious Encounter With Halal Lobster Nasi Lemak! The lobster meat is sweet and succulent, and the herb blend lends a herbaceous dimension to the flesh. The cheese is sufficiently rich and fragrant, without overpowering the deeply-flavoured lobster.聽 Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/lawa-bintang/
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