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Seemed like a popular place. I can't fault the food but I'm not a fan of mochi waffle so I've mixed feelings.

It makes sense they're out of business. They styled themselves as Taiwanese zichar but the dishes were inferior to Singaporean zichar. The dishes were also small for the prices.

It makes sense they're out of business. They styled themselves as Taiwanese zichar but the dishes were inferior to Singaporean zichar. The dishes were also small for the prices.

It makes sense they're out of business. They styled themselves as Taiwanese zichar but the dishes were inferior to Singaporean zichar. The dishes were also small for the prices.

It makes sense they're out of business. They styled themselves as Taiwanese zichar but the dishes were inferior to Singaporean zichar. The dishes were also small for the prices. However, I liked this.

It makes sense they're out of business. They styled themselves as Taiwanese zichar but the dishes were inferior to Singaporean zichar. The dishes were also small for the prices.

- Lots of pine nuts on top and within!
- Taste was light with a prominent vanilla bean flavour, reminding me of a nougat which I enjoyed though it became a little one-dimensional after awhile.
- Ricotta provided a mild milkiness, filling had a densely thick texture.
- Crust was buttery sweet with a crumbly, biscuit-like bite similar to shortbread 🥧

Hey look at us, dining at a halal steakhouse with nary a drop of alcohol. Who would’ve thought? Not me! @asapnco might just be the swankiest steakhouse that’s halal (or Muslim friendly at the very least), and they pride themselves on their choice cuts of cow from the most prized of bovine breeds.⠀

My order of the Southern Ranges Hereford breed mixed with Angus ribeye ($47++ for 300 grams) was flawless. It was perfectly medium rare as I ordered, and the juicy & tremendously tender steak was sublimely seasoned. The side of King Oyster mushrooms weren’t quite as stellar as the steak though. Don’t get me wrong the ‘shrooms were quite alright, it’s just that ASAP & Co forgot to sufficiently salt the ‘shooms. They did compensate for that when I mentioned the lack of seasoning on the ‘shrooms and served me another portion of king oyster mushrooms, liberally seasoned with a spice mix.⠀

Minor nitpick aside, I would certainly head down to @asapnco ASAP the next time a steak craving hits. These steaks do cost a pretty penny, but they are certainly worth every last penny.⠀

Hey look at us, dining at a halal steakhouse with nary a drop of alcohol. Who would’ve thought? Not me! @asapnco might just be the swankiest steakhouse that’s halal (or Muslim friendly at the very least), and they pride themselves on their choice cuts of cow from the most prized of bovine breeds.⠀

ASAP & Co’s Smoked Beef Bone Marrow is a little expensive at twenty eight dollars before adding GST & service charge, but when they served this starter I fully understood the pricing. Three massive bones, each filled with that much coveted marrow, are grilled over charcoal till perfection. For those who haven’t yet had the pleasure of sampling beef bone marrow, it would be best described as a beef butter. It’s like someone took the entire cow & distilled it into a ridiculously rich mix that’s not far off from butter, but better. ASAP & Co also serve their own beautifully baked dinner rolls complimentary, and I really wish I left one to enjoy the beautiful bovine butter. Oh well, next time it is.

Once a hawker has mastered a dish, they don’t really need to sell anything else. Every customer can be seen devouring a bowl of 𝐁𝐀𝐊 𝐂𝐇𝐎𝐑 𝐌𝐄𝐄 ($𝟖/𝟏𝟎/𝟏𝟐/𝟏𝟓).

I initially thought it was quite pricey, but portions are generoussss🙂‍↕️ The pork liver is also the softest and least pungent I've ever had. Would prefer the chilli to be spicier but I can see why this earned 1 Michelin star!🌟

Passing this busy street for so many years, this is actually my first time visiting this Halal Japanese restaurant.

Ordered their beef ramen and felt a bit disappointed. The broth itself was delicious but not strong enough to me for how a ramen broth supposed to be.

Thankfully the beef slices are tender enough to enjoy. But sadly not a decent ramen that would make me want to come back.

I guess you can say these are TMC's piece de resistance. Flawless. But to be fair also, their cakes cost double those elsewhere, so...