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Thin sliced of roasted beef topped with white sauce, onsen egg and truffle (the truffle no longer available). Overall experience the texture was good , fulfilling but missing the usual beefiness. It's gravy was dripped on the rice before placing the beef.
The saddest part of this bowl was the salad leaf. Part of it was spoilt and wasn't notice.

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Among all the sushi, my favorite would be the shiitake mushroom sushi. It's earthiness create an strong contrast. To put the perfect ending to our delicious Omakase sushi, a fish fin miso soup was served. .
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Timing, ingredients and tone of the flavors were perfect. Such enjoyable meal!

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Don't say I bojio. My favorite place for Omakase which wouldn't burnt a hole in the wallet. .
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Jack mackerel, Flounder, Golden eye bream, Scorpion fish, Pacific sanma and Sardine (These are all the fish I can remember 😬) .
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Refreshing start with sprinkle of lime skin. The fish with "thicker" skin was torched to bring out the sweetness. The chef chose stronger methods to present the fish to pair with our shochu.

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Pan seared Threadfin, Spaghetti Alle Vongole,
Roasted pork rack and
Braised veal ossobuco .
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If I could only have one dish from their menu, it will be their risotto. Super creamy. Right texture. The veal was tender and its sauce cling onto the risotto so nicely.

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Turned restriction to inspiration. Entire gluten and dairy free diet by Assistance Head Chef Freddy Ang. .
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The "bread" you see was made with grinned nuts which they used the "milk" of the nuts for other dishes. .
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Pretty good taste. Maybe because of the low light condition, their food looked much better than these.

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"Curry" Chicken, achari and ikan with peanut. Everything was made in house. Each component of the dish was super charged with flavors. The food was good but need to be more "refine". .
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The better ones in town. The prawns were fished out from the tank minutes ago before ended here. Clams with minced garlic were not my ideal way of enjoying them. .
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For those who love stronger flavors steamed meat, this will be your kind of restaurant. After all it done, they offered spring onion, fried shallots and egg to the Porridge. What a fantastic way to finish off. Too bad I didn't stay all the way till end to witness the moment when rice turned into Porridge. .
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For those who afraid that they would over steam their food, the kind service crew was always around to set the timer for you. 😊

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Good food at very affordable price. Curry fish head and deep fried small squid were my favorite dishes. To make things better their service was tip top.

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This might not be my favorite Thai soup dish. Because the soup always had a hint of porky smell. However, this place did a very good job. With the help of garlic and shallot and some spices, it successfully removed any trace of porky taste. The soup was so flavorful that it is better with glass noodle than rice. Do try their dry chili blend, super goood! The only downside was that there were only 3 small ribs found in the soup. *I added liver and intestine so your bowl might look a little different.

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The owner might had gone mad. $15 a duck! Where would their profit be!!! Crazy Q at Chinatown outlet which might take you more than 3 hours. However I passed by their second outlet at Mohamed Sultan where they have NO Q. .
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I am pretty sure they weren't using fresh duck but for its price, I can accept that they used frozen or fresh chilled ones. .
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The "creator" cleverly used clove, cinnamon stick, garlic and other spices to mask the frozen taste. The duck came with "zero" fat which also mean it could be on the dry side. Thankful, the meat was really soft. So my conclusion, $15 was really worth it.

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The idea was for the thick bun to soak up the juice of the patty. The caramelized onion, bacon and garlic mayo (I think) gave the overall seasoning to the taste. However, the size was a little too big for my liking. Even the patty was juicy, it was dripping out from the side. .
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I would recommend to go for their lunch promo. $12 for burger instead of the regular $14.