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38 South Buona Vista Road
Singapore 118164

Tuesday:
10:30am - 05:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
10:30am - 05:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

Thursday:
10:30am - 05:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

Friday:
10:30am - 05:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

Saturday:
09:00am - 05:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

Sunday:
09:00am - 05:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

Monday:
10:30am - 05:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

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~$30/pax

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They say it's good luck to have noodles for your birthday...🎊 So I chose an Uni Truffle Pasta rendition! 😝🎉🍝🌊🌊🌊

I really wanted to love this, but unfortunately there were just too many flavours competing for attention. The tomato 🍅based sauce was quite overpowering and I could hardly taste any truffle. I did like how the bits of Serrano Ham
🍖brought out the light umami flavours of the Uni, but this dish was just okay at best. I'd opt for a full Uni sauce pasta loaded with a mountain of fresh Uni anytime! 😍❤️🌊🌊🌊

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Features a thick turkey breast patty, coated in a golden crumb batter, sandwiched between chewy buttered hot cross burger buns.
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Stacked with fried gherkins, gruyere cheese, bacon, and a unique cranberry mayonnaise.
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Served with a fresh mesclun salad, and crisp salt & vinegar shoestring fries.
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Taste of the patty is delicate savoury sweet, but texture is rather crumbly when cut, falling apart easily.
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Drunk from a shot glass, feels so good to down this smooth and silky brew in a gulp.
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Love the hints of floral and roasted notes, and the acidity is rather light.
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A large coffee infused waffle, stacked with a confit duck leg, red apple ribbons, peanut butter snow, cinnamon maple, and an ordinary fried egg.
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The waffle is soft and fluffy, with good roasted coffee bean flavour, while the duck is tender, moist, and savoury salty in taste; so addictive.
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Brunch out with @msginginly, @tiara_star, @jellymagically, @littletinysun, @thearcticstar, @chubbybotakkoala, @rain498.
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Uni Truffle Pasta (SGD$35.00), made with Himalayan truffle for that earthly aroma, homemade squid ink spaghetti which was springy in texture but so dry that noodles clamped together; some tomato cream, serrano ham and uni tossed in for flavour.

My friends and I were excited to have a meal (dinner)at Paddy Hills, and when we finally got there we decided to share the whole spring chicken sharing plate, truffle fries and the highly rated mami rice.

While the fries and the mami rice arrived not too long after we placed our orders, and we devoured them because we were hungry and they were delicious, we were told that we would have to wait 30 mins for the chicken, which we were ok with because that meant it was freshly prepared and thoroughly cooked, right? WRONG.

We poured the accompanying brown sauce on the chicken and started to cut up the chicken. We were greeted by portions of uncooked and bloody meat, so we asked for it to be roasted again. It returned to us and the meat was STILL pinkish, with traces of blood. (the pic is after we sent it back the first time) Again we asked to have it cooked once more and the (RUDE) young bespectacled waitress told us in a nonchalant manner that the chicken was fully cooked from the start and it was a fresh chicken.

If Gordon Ramsey was there, he would’ve flipped his lid - pray tell me which culture deems PINK, BLOODY chicken meat as cooked?? Even better - we asked for another serving of sauce and the waitress had the cheek to tell us that we would have to pay for it, since it’s an add-on. She obviously does not have service recovery in her dictionary.

We did not want to make a scene because we enjoyed the rest of the food but the waitress’ standoffish attitude and insistence that we were wrong about the un-doneness of the chicken left a sour taste in our mouths. We will not be visiting again.

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Christmas Burger (SGD$26.00), a tall statue of a golden burger composed with toasted buns, crumbly turkey breast patty, gruyere cheese, bacon, and cranberry mayo. I quite enjoyed this straightforward, item, especially when they had really good salt and vinegar fries served on the side as accompaniment.

($25.90) didn’t look appetizing because the soft shell crab seemed a little over cooked but it still tasted really good! Really love the mushroom & potatoes ($17.90) because the mushroom soup can in a gelatinous form. As for the ham & cheese croquettes ($10.90), they were tasty but not exceptional. The 2 beautifully coloured drinks are feels like summer and gummy bear at $8.90 each.

Berry muffcakes ($23)-taste is a cross between hotcake and muffin. A bit dry, but you get the fruits and ice cream anyway. Crisp exterior and to an extent some of the fluffy inside as well. Delicious actually 4.5/5

More brunch spots to explore. Dim lighting, indoor and outdoor dining area is available. The indoor one has dim lighting, and very relaxing in the empty morning. Service was really friendly as well

Mami Rice ($23)-okay maybe the steak isnt medium rare all the way through, but was one delicious breakfast. Egg is wobbly and runny, steak is tender and flavorful. The combination of squid ink rice, eggs, crisp and steak is just delightful 4.5/5

An uncanny resemblance to the traditional breakfast that we locals always have at Ya Kun or Hawker centers, with a slight modification and upgrade of the usual kaya/butter toast to a savoury kimchi cheese toast. Despite the simplicity of this dish, I really enjoyed the thick, gooey melted mozzarella and cheddar that's springy with an oozy factor! 💖 Along with tender, juicy streaks of smoky bacon and the tanginess of fermented pickled vegetables (kimchi) that came with a tinge of lingering spiciness, the Danish loaf was toasted to perfection, with crisp edges and a soft, fluffy interior. The onsen eggs were perfectly moulded to two blobs of wobbly spheres that came with an ideal runny factor, nestled comfortably in a pool of soy sauce .
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#burpple #smitteneats #smittenchoice

Head over to @paddyhills.sg or to explodingbelly.com to find out more!

Here's my favorite kimchi toastie from their new menu 🤤 head on to my ig story or my bio for the review on their new menu!

Them fresh, plummy scallops dipped with the umami HK soy, and the pickled black fungus. What an Asian twist 🤤 if there's a starter that you've got to order, it has got to be this!

Delicious thick pancakes with charsiew alike bacon, a cube of affogato icecream, salmon, caramelised onions! Its a big portion, Good to share between 2! ($22)

Juicy beef patty between english muffins, apple spag, bacon & chips as sides! ($24)

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