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Chicken N waffles N Water Melon- $45.

A southern classic and must have here. This order comes with half a bird, water melon, Vermont sharp cheddar waffles and bourbon maple syrup. The chicken here are brined for 27 hours before being fried. The result is a deeply flavourful, juicy and crispy fried chicken. The bourbon maple syrup sure packs a punch but it complements the fried chicken and the fluffy waffles well. This is a wonderful plate of fried chicken but it's not quite the best yet for me. Still, it's worth a visit if you are a fried chicken lover.

New Kid on the block at Raffles Place/Marina Bay!

I tried the newly opened @KimotoGastroBar the other day and I really enjoyed their tempura don! It's all in the batter, which is light, non greasy and stays crispy throughout the meal! If you are craving for tempura in town, give this a try!
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Where to find this?
Kimoto Gastro Bar
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6 Marina Boulevard, The Sail 01-15, S018985

Mon to Fri: 11.30am to 3pm, 6pm to 10pm
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S$14.90++ comes with miso soup and side salad

In-store Special Niku Ramen

Generous amount of Pork belly slices
Perfect soft egg!
Soup taste better when u drizzle sesame over it.

I've been told that this is the best grilled cheese sandwich in Singapore by Burrpler Ida C.

Finally, I managed to get my hands on them yesterday evening. It's really, really good. Each order comes with four so go with a group of friends, order some drinks and share the calories. Believe me, they are worth it. Nestled between the cranberry walnut toast are melted Fontina, Gruyere and Membrillo. Yummy!

Birthday Celebration

We ordered the truffle roasted chicken, fries, snapper in laksa sauce and a truffle mash potato came as a side. The mash potato was possibly the best I've ever eaten- the truffle was infuse with just the right amount and the potatoes melted in my mouth. The laksa snapper was also filled with laksa noodles which was not very spicy but more sweet. The truffle roasted chicken had a thin layer of goat cheese underneath the skin which I feel takes an acquired taste to appreciate.

The service was perfect and personalized (staff gave my partner a birthday card filled with their signatures!)

Total bill: $200

I'll be damned, these could possibly be the best biscuits I've had thus far.

Instead of having them plain, we got the Smoked Brisket Biscuits ($20 for 2), which if I may say makes for an excellent starter. The biscuits: lightly-sweetened, crisp on the outside, super fluffy, and buttery as hell. I liked how the housemade BBQ sauce coating the brisket isn't too sweet like the commercial ones, complementing the meat without overpowering it all. Only thing is, the brisket's oddly sliced thinly (almost like shabu meats) so you don't quite get as much of that shiok smokiness as expected of brisket. Would've liked to really get a hit if that savoury smokiness, but otherwise this is really worth a try.

Which day does the chicken hate most?

Friday cuz Fry Day. The Bird flew from Louisiana, USA to Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. And it comes with chilled spiced watermelon and cheddar cheese waffles for S$45++. Starting with the best: the cheese waffles were special and addictive, the chicken which was treated with a secret sauce and spices was surprisingly a tad dry. Though I like the crispy skin and it was flavourful enough for me. The spiced watermelons were a quirky addition though refreshing.

To be honest, I have been disappointed by Coffee Bean's breakfast once before many years back.

Since then, I've not visited them for food.
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But I'm happy to say that my latest dining experience at Beanstro restored my confidence in Coffee Bean. Come give them a try the next time you are looking for food at MBS. Choices are plenty, quality is good and price is also wallet friendly considering that this is a touristy place.
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Apart from this beautiful Scrambled Eggs on Croissant (S$16.50++), Beanstro has introduced 18 other NEW dishes. Among them, their crispy soft shell crab salad (S$19.50++), Tiger Prawns in olive oil with roasted baguette (S$16.50++) and Honey Glazed Chicken (S$22.50++) took my heart away! ♥️
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Where to find this?
Beanstro at MBS
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2 Bayfront Avenue, The Shoppes at MBS B2-20 (Canal Level), S018972

Sun to Thu: 8am to 11pm
Fri/Sat: 8am to 2am
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This was taken during a food tasting.

Skillet Cornbread

Mini cast-iron skillet corn bread with corn, jalepenos and savoury bacon bits within. Plus some cheese. I like the fluffy texture of corn bread with the dollop of honey-whipped butter atop. Affordable for $10, and nice ambience too!

Fried Green Tomato BLT  $18

house smoked pork belly, pimento cheese, smoky tomato jam, frisée, lemon vinaigrette

Their green curry was nothing like that you would be familiar with from the usual Thai kitchens.

This tasted of complex spices and carried the heat of an intense curry. The Wagyu beef cubes were tender and thoroughly soaked in the flavours of the green curry. Instead of white rice, this was accompanied with crispy fried roti. Another Thai dish elevated to another level here at Long Chim.

‘Good Old Taste’ Heritage Set Meal  [$26.80]

This 10-course set meal is probably the easiest way of getting a taste of a bit of everything from Rasapura Masters in MBS! The dishes are all served in cute traditional looking paper bowls - Thye Hong’s Hokkien Mee and Carrot Cake, Song of India’s Nasi Briyani and Roti Prata, Tong Fong Fatt’s Hainanese Boneless Chicken Rice, Huat Huat BBQ’s Popiah and Chicken Satay, Laksa and Ice Kachang (served later). The carrot cake and bak kut teh stood out the most for us but in general, they were all pretty good except for the popiah which was a tad dry and roti prata which we hoped was served crispy hot. Quite a good price, concept and experience (air-conditioned area and you don’t have to join the long lines), think this would be a great option for tourists especially!

The set is only available on Monday to Friday, 2pm to 5pm - unavailable on weekends and public holidays. Each set comes with a complimentary tea/coffee/bottled mineral water. To order, just approach the friendly staff dressed in Peranakan attire!