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Explore Beach Road, Bras Basah, Haji Lane, Rochor in Bugis

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Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Bugis, Singapore.

Remember when 7-11 has their chendol ice cream 馃崷 flavor? This exacly reminds me of that.
Relive the memories with Overrun.
Different flavors need to check out their IG.
Price: $6 per cup

Here's Tiramisu Cake to tempt your tummy and lift your spirits馃嵃. Pssst... this is a halal cafe 馃憤馃徎
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Thanks @justinfoodprints for the invitation
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Where to dine?
The Royals Steakhouse
10 Jalan Pisang, 199077

Beef stew comes with glass noodles, mushroom, garlic and carrots. Sides include steamed egg, kimchi fried rice and melted cheese.

Good for 2 pax but may not be sufficient for 3

Just found this place that serves good steaks at great prices, and it's certified halal.
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According to Joy the owner, this steak was only lightly dabbed with salt before grilling, and I think it was the skills of the chef that made this steak good - the exterior was nicely charred while retaining a juicy red centre. Even though they don't use fanciful aged meats, I actually enjoyed the steaks here more than some of the other fine dining steakhouses in Singapore, and at only one-third the price.
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Taken during a tasting invited by Joy, Jamie and Jasmine of @theroyalssg, thank you for having us! #foodphotography #fujixt2 #fujifilm #burpple #lovefood #sgfoodies #sgfood #foodsg #instasg #foodstagram #instafood #instafood_sg #f52grams #hungrygowhere #cafesg #sgfoodblogger #sghalal #sgig #cafehoppingsg #thedailybite #makan #burpplesg #foodie #stfoodtrending #steakhouse #uncagestreetfood #beefsteak #steak #primeribeye #halal

The burger was presentable, the lamb patty was amazing! Cozy place to have lunch/dinner. Will comeback for more 馃崝. 馃構
Avg price: $25 per person
Muslim owned

By the same people from Saveur, offering good food at affordable prices as always. #howtonotbefat #burrple

It's actually seafood rice with Aji Panca (a type of red pepper according to Google) in a Aji Amarillo base (- type of capsicum). Tastes like a wetter and tangy version of paella. $34++

It wasn't good at all. The gnocchi was mushy, the mushroom and meatballs were BONE DRY. The meat balls, when I chewed, it was like chewing on dry grainy jerky and rubber. It wasn't very flavourful and the onions weren't really caramelised as described on the menu.

My Friend had the smoked salmon pasta and there were only two very thin slices of smoked salmon with soggy old tomato pasta and it cost around $18. Really disappointed and didn't live up to our expectations. The staff were nice but the food was totally not worth the money at all. Even Hawkers center western is 10 times better than the food we got. Sorry but not sorry. Will not come back again sadly

Crispy pork belly in smoky chilli and Amarillo sauce. The pork barely holds its shape as you spear it with your fork because it is that tender. The best part has got to be the fats that just melt into your mouth. The sauce does add some tanginess, but really the star of the dish is (rightly) the pork. Definitely one of the dishes to order at Tono Cevicheria!

Yet another round of softserves that has me craving for more. In line with Midautumn Festival (wooo my favourite time of the year!), Brother Bird's latest flavours are their D24 Durian and Mooncake. No I didn't say that wrong; it's a mooncake softserve. A light yet distinctive lotus base, that goes perfectly with their salted egg mochi donut bursts. Quite possibly the best deconstructed mooncake I've had. My picture of that sucks so you're gonna have to settle for the D24 instead, which honestly is a fab option too. Not too sweet, with globs of durian flesh and it's characteristic bitterness cutting through the dessert.

Recommended by fellow colleague Boon and Dex, we the engineers went in our grab rides to try this amazing bowl of deliciousness. The freshness of the niang dou fu pieces was just too good for words, you just have to try it for yourself. The soup was really tasty and there isn't a hint of MSG. I love the prawn paste ball, it gives me the feeling of having a prawn wonton, but it isn't. I personally recommend the large bowl over the small bowl, which comes with 2 more pieces. Trust me the extra 2 pieces will lengthen your happiness just a little bit longer.