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Definitely Going Back

Definitely Going Back

Featuring Sapporo Ramen Miharu, Flor Patisserie (Duxton Hill), Tsuta (Pacific Plaza), Colony (The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore), Tom N Toms Coffee, Oven & Fried Chicken (Telok Ayer), Okinawan Diner Nirai-Kanai, Sanpoutei Ramen (Shaw House), The Coffee Academics (Raffles City), Essen at The Pinnacle
Carrie Carrie
Carrie Carrie
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Early Morning Noodles

I woke up early for these. It was really quite nice! The chili was good and the fish balls were springy. Limited seats thou so many came to tabao.

Spicy Dry Ramen

This abura soba was quite nice. I got the special all-in, so got a lot of liao. The onsen egg was great for mixing into the noodles, which was chewy and Q. The belly char siew was yummy. Good ratio of meat and fat, it was tender and melt-in-the-mouth. The soup provided was light and refreshing. I was told it was similar to the soup base of their chuka soba. Gyoza was not bad. Chewy skin. I like.

Incredible Fried Rice

It's amazing how a menya could manage to produce such excellent fried rice. I liked this much more than the ramen. Filled with delectable bits of meat, it was well seasoned and very very yummy. Best thing was, they provide free flow garlic on the side, so I pressed in a good amount and made this into garlic fried rice. I would come back just for this.

Spicy Tonkotsu Ramen

This was quite ordinary. I've had better. The good thing about this was that it was in a set. I got the tonkotsu fried rice gyoza set ($21). Add $1 for spicy sauce. Value for money.

Good Gravy

This wonton mee got an abundant amount of gravy, which I really like. The chili and cha siew were nice too.

Elderflower Mead

This is so sweet and flowery! With a hint of fruitiness. I really like it. But at $15, I find it a tad expensive.

Simply Sugarcane

The trend nowadays seems to be to fill the cup with a load full of ice to take up space. A very dishonest way of doing biz. Not so at Xin Xin. The uncle impressed me with his honesty and sincerity. I enjoyed a cupful of sugarcane juice. No sugar added. I will always buy from him.

Good Char Siew

My all time favorite wonton noodles. The char siew is definitely the star here. Well grilled and quite lean.

Fat Dumplings

One of the reasons I love this stall is the lard. Mix it into the noodles with the dark gravy is just heaven. The chili is good too. 1st time trying the dumpling noodles. Very impressed with the size of the dumplings. Quite big, and generously stuffed with meat and a prawn. I liked the soup too. Well seasoned and tasty.

Surprisingly Good

This ebi fry came with a friend, the kani roll. The kani was chewy and served as a contrast to the crunchy fried ebi. I was pleasantly surprised. I wouldn't mind ordering this again.

My Sweet Belly

Oh my this dish was the absolute winner for me that night. I usually steer clear of this type of pork belly cos they would be either too fatty or porky taste too strong. But I'd read so many good reviews about this dish that I had to have it. Seriously this one was the best I ever had. The meat fat ratio was perfect and it was melt in the mouth tender. No porky taste at all! Just the sweet savory sauce that was so good I licked up every drop. I love that this place opens till late.

Cold Sesame Noodles

I was so glad I ordered this. The cold sesame sauce was so good! The sesame taste was very fragrant and it was tangy and sweet. I didn't enjoy the pork in there though... porky taste too strong. I had a last spoonful of plain rice leftover from my curry so I added it into this dish. Genius move!