Birds of a Feather

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Spicy Oriental Bolognaise

$22.00 Β· 39 Reviews

But yay!!! Thanks to Head Chef @eugene.see @birdsofafeathersg for springing a sweet surprise!! πŸ”ΈοΈπŸ”ΈοΈ
The Birds Bundle specially concocted for Mother's Day arrived at my doorstep in timely fashion. A couple of my favorites were the "find the chicken in the chilli" and the spicy oriental bolognaise. This lunch truly tickled my palate.
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There are four different bundles to choose. Good to know. For Mother's Day promo, quote "savefnb", a 20% discount is given for all delivery orders. (Minimum spent $50).
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Thank you, Eugene @birdsofafeathersg for sending these over and feeding me again and again.

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Very tasty and delicious!

Had the oriental bolognaise (non spicy) for $20. While tasty, the portions on a whole were tiny for the price paid. All my friends still felt hungry after. Not sure I would go back considering the cost since I did not like the food THAT much coupled with the small portions.

This was pretty good but as one of their signature items it didn’t impress me a lot. It felt like I was eating wanton mee but we all enjoyed it quite a bit. I might reorder the next time I’m here.

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If tongue numbing Sichuan-style dishes are up your date's alley, this fusion spot along Amoy Street should do the trick. Burpple community favourites include the super addictive Charcoal Grilled Pork Bits ($15), a deliciously unconventional sourish-creamy Forbidden Risotto ($35) and the Spicy Oriental Bolognaise ($22) – think zha jiang mian, but with angel hair pasta.
Photo by Burppler Dex Neo

You shd flock to birds of a feather if you haven’t been there. Dishes quite unassuming but the flavours are rather on point. My favourite is this baked eggplant with mantou and cheese. I usually avoid eggplant, personally find them smelling weird but the flavors of sweet & spiciness really went well, musking the smell but blending well with the texture of the eggplant. Another favourite is spicy oriental bolognese. I am sure to revisit this pretty space.

Think Ja Jiang Mian but with thin pasta noodles. No wonder it’s remained on the menu for a long time. Some oldies are goodies

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Interesting. Pork ragout for the "bolognaise". Not a big fan of angel hair though.

This Oriental Bolognaise ($20) wowed us with its twist πŸ‘πŸ»
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Crispy Gyoza with Truffle Soy Vinaigrette ($16) not only whet our appetite with its alluring aroma but also with its fabulous yumminess 😍 Totally fell in love with the vinaigrette 😘
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Hong Shao Short Ribs ($38) braised in Sichuan style with steamed spicy & sour potato noodle, baby bak choy & roasted bell pepper. A good recommendation by the staff but it lost the limelight to its neighbor - the tenderly soft Wagyu Striploin πŸ˜‚
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Fried Calamari with Yuzu Tartar Sauce ($19) was the usual starter but I found it slightly rubbery hard πŸ˜…
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Charcoal Grilled Pork Bits ($15) served with marinated green chilli, fried japanese purple sweet potato, homemade crispy rice & drizzled with cumin spice dust. Quite an enjoyable appetizer to chew on with cocktails while waiting for the mains πŸ˜‹
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Blue mussels cooked in Sichuan spicy & sour nage served with Chinese yam noodle succeeded in conquering & numbing our tongues πŸ‘… Though a rather strong dish but I kinda enjoyed the shiokness & the fresh plump mussels. Indeed live up to its name - Sweating Mussels ($29)
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