'Four pieces of Nyonya rice pancakes served with warm banana sauce.'Ending off with desserts, we decided to try something new. Apom Berkuah is a traditional pancake predominantly made with rice flour, coconut water (Though there are modern recipes which use plain water) and coconut milk before being left to rise with the help of yeast. Thereafter, the batter is dropped onto a lightly oiled mould where it is then cooked over a low heat, like a typical pancake. Traditionally, the blue colouring atop these pancakes are made by boiling actual Blue Pea Flowers. On its own, it tasted like slightly sweetened steamed tapioca.The Kuah Pengat Pisang (Banana gravy) that came along with it though was the real deal. Made from Gula Melaka, Coconut milk, Pandan leaves and slices of banana, my tastebuds were pretty much dancing with joy at the abundance of aromatic and complementary flavours to discover. I have tried plenty of Gula Melaka and coconut milk based desserts (Lots of different chendols), but somehow it was done extremely well here. While I can only speculate as to what the secret may be, it is likely due to the combination of aromatic ingredients or the quality of ingredients used. At the end,  I couldn't help but guiltily gobble down spoonfuls of the sauce after the pancakes were finished. Needless to say, this is a 𝗺𝘂𝘀𝘁-𝘁𝗿𝘆 as well.

Full review at: https://liveeatbless.wordpress.com/2020/03/12/restaurant-review-peramakan-keppel-club-harbourfront/

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