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.
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).
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


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»
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 😘
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˜‚
Fried Calamari with Yuzu Tartar Sauce ($19) was the usual starter but I found it slightly rubbery hard πŸ˜…
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˜‹
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)