55 Haji Lane
Singapore 189248

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05:30pm - 10:30pm

05:30pm - 10:30pm



05:30pm - 10:30pm

05:30pm - 10:30pm

05:30pm - 10:30pm

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Enjoyable with the right amount of chew and snap, the Fremantle Octopus ($26) was pretty good too. Happy to nibble on them all night long, the smokey octopus offered tender, supple bouncy bites. The accompanying macadamia tahini was bursting with sweet nuttiness and paired even more nicely with a good squeeze of fresh lime.

Another stand-out dish was the flavourful Babaganoush ($14). Adorned with crispy keropok chicken skin, this chilled mezze featuring creamy smoked eggplant dip, earthy kinnogomadare, and roasted sesame seeds is a savoury delight. Just perfect with warm, soft, pillowy Pita ($3/piece).

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Revisited Habibi-san recently and it's safe to say their dishes are as unforgettable as ever.

The Roasted Brussel Sprouts ($20) remain an absolute favourite, offering a delightful medley of flavours and textures. Imagine crisp charred buds, dancing in nutty kinnogomadare (roasted Japanese sesame paste), with the added crunch of pickled red cabbage, jalapeños, and a generous topping of umami-packed bonito flakes. It's a symphony of smokiness and sweetness, with just a hint of heat.

For something more substantial, the De Raza Iberico Pork Collar Chop ($42) resembled a succulent char siew in the best way possible. With a beautiful blush of pink, the shogayaki glazed sliced pork was nicely seasoned. Do expect a pleasant chew with the charred exterior and a wonderful balance of meat-to-fat ratio. However, the cut does get pretty cloying towards the end. Oh and not forgetting the roasted pumpkin (sprinkled with furikake), served on the side, was very complementary as well - amazingly sweet and melty-soft.

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Overall: the flavours is reflective of the chef's training at high end restaurants, it's really incredible to be able to put tgt so many flavours of great flavours and so innovatively. This is a place to remember

Not a big portion, but immaculately prepared.

The pork collar was a beautiful medium pink, and the shogayaki marinade was fantastic, because it's not entirely faithful to the combination for shogayaki but it was well adapted for a big meat.

And gosh, the skin was so perfectly crispy. It's a thin shatteringly crisp layer, really excellently grilled.

Even the salad was delicious, clean but interesting enough from the surprisnfly strong smokiness

The only downside is that the crisp disappears after 1min, so enjoy it as soon as it is served. Otherwise a brilliance that's a must try

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I have to proclaim, I'm fairly certain this is the best Brussel sprouts I've had.

I've had a lot of what other ppl consider good ones but nah none of them were up to my standards. Brussel sprouts are tasteless so they first of all need to be charred A LOT, which most places don't do enough of because they're scared it's gg to be burnt I guess, or it takes too long. Secondly because they're tasteless it needs very strong umami to support it

This place has both. Enough said

It's not a must try in my eyes cos I don't like Brussel sprouts, but if you do this is definitely a must try.

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