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NEW All-day Item: Grilled Vegetable Sandwich ($19++) H O S T E D Mornings just got more marvelous at Firebake with their new breakfast set and all-day items, like this Grilled Vegetable Sandwich. They are served bright and early from 8.30am onwards every day, including weekends. If you are looking for a substantial meatless option, you should totally get this. Between the lightly-toasted slices of the Wave bread (Firebake’s signature white sourdough) are thick slices of grilled courgette, chunks of portobello mushroom and creamy pieces of brie. The “icing-on-the-cake” in this case is the housemade Kasundi, an Indian-style relish concocted from mustard, tomatoes and chickpeas. It adds an exotic punch of flavour to the mix, thereby teleporting this sandwich from the West to the East in one swipe. The good news for you late-risers is that it’s available all day till 5.30pm. So don’t worry about having to crawl out of bed before midday for this.
Veronica
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NEW: Breakfast Set Available From 8.30am To 11am ($4.50++) H O S T E D Inspired by the local breakfast sets at “kopitiams”, Firebake has just introduced their own take on it. Surprisingly good value at $4.50++, it comprises of two half-boiled eggs, housebaked milk bread (the soft mini loaf is made with sourdough, milk, flour and salt), Belgian butter and either a cup of “kopi” or “teh”. For seasoning the eggs, they provide “tau eu” (black soya sauce), salt and pepper. I highly recommend topping up a dollar for the kaya which is handmade in small batches for Firebake by an aunty friend of Chef-owner “Tino” Blokbergen and his wife. The time that lady spends hand-stirring to get white sugar to this level of golden caramelisation is not to be sniffed at. So when you think about it, the $1 is nothing really. Apart from this Breakfast Set served between 8.30am and 11am daily, they also have freshly baked items for purchase as well.
Veronica
1d
Firebake Bread Board. - Who knew there could be so many variations of sourdough bread? Each crusty, wood fire-baked slice we had was on point and made even more stellar with our choice of spreads: that smooth, luscious Norwegian butter, and the Greek pine honey that can only be described as exquisite. - #bread #sourdough #butter #honey #firebakesg #sgfood #food #foodporn #burpple #eatoutsg #notsosuperfluous
Rachel
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Fancy some Hot Salty Soya Milk? Don’t let the name mislead you, this has the texture of porridge with the gentle sweetness of soy beans. With the pickled radish, spring onions and Szechuan chilli oil, this is a wonderful bowl of reinvented comfort food - eat it with a spoon or dip the Chinese donut (aka youtiao) and get enjoy some crisp with the ‘porridge’. If you’re up for some adventure this Chinese New Year, @alittletashi is open from today onwards for dinner. Don’t forget to order some sugarcane mojitos, pickles and bar bites and hang out at the steps of the Laundry Room (back of the restaurant). Thanks to @burpple for the invitation, and @iamjaynedoe and @alittletashi for hosting us! #burpple #alittletashi
Jonathan
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ALittle Tashi Is Not Little At All When It Comes To Flavour I N V I T E D T A S T I N G The Jalan Besar area just got a little more interesting with the opening of “ALittle Tashi” - a cool and casual spot to unwind over drinks and an eclectic mix of sharing plates, both big and small. Inspiration for their cuisine is drawn from all over the world but the Asian influence remains strongest. The standouts for me from our meal were the vegetables (priced between $7++ and $16++, they’re very far from boring in terms of execution and flavour) and the rice cakes (I couldn’t help but think of them as a mochi and “ketupat” hybrid). They tasted incredible smothered in the miso cream, one of the twelve available house-made sauces. The other popular item amongst the folks at the tasting was the pork collar skewers ($16++ for 4 sticks). I wasn’t too fond of it personally but it was a hit with everyone else. I enjoyed the baked Mozzarella sprinkled with furikake ($10++) and the Vietnamese-style blood cockles ($14++) a lot more. The latter was a mouthwatering delight as it had been stirfried in chilli jam, crispy pork fat and fish sauce caramel. Don’t forget to check out ”the laundry room” at the back of Alittle Tashi for its eye-catching light design. In fact, you can choose to sit in that area to have drinks and bites too.
Veronica
5d
Burpple Eatup at alittle tashi (13/02/2018) Checked out alittle tashi at 39 Tyrwhitt Road for a Burpple Eatup recently and must say that I have left pretty impressed. The concept serves up simply done Mod-Asian fare in both their Laundry Room and Dining Room menus — expect bar bites and communal dishes here served alongside alcoholic drinks such as sake, cava, red wine or even cocktails (non-alcoholic choices include pour over coffee and single-pressed sugarcane with Lemon amongst others). What left the strongest impression on the vibe was probably the Laundry Room; a unique concept where patrons can sit on steps to have a tipple or two — the “Laundry” lighting hanging inside at the back of the shop just magically blends into the environment surrounding alittle tashi, providing a hip, modern look against the rustic surroundings that is attention-grabbing without sticking out like a sore thumb (its easily my favourite detail at alittle tashi). We got to try a couple of bar bites from the Laundry Room menu, as well as a few small and bigger bites on the Dining Room menu. Highlights from the Laundry Room menu includes Mozzarella (stretchy, baked cheese on skewer for the cheese pull that’s sprinkled with furikake for flavour), Spicy Vegetable Chips (crisp, thinly cut lotus root and other vegetables that are lightly salted for flavour — the light bite one would munch on while keeping the conversation going). Pickles were also served alongside to compliment both the bar bites and the small/bigger bites; the Garlic Cucumber comes with a juicy crunch that provides a good tang , while the Pickled Beetroot whilst being sweet carried a hint of aroma from the Szechuan Chili Oil that added a nice contrast to the beetroot similar to Ma La without being numb or spicy. Out of the small bites, bigger bites and bowls of comfort section of the Dining Room menu, highlights include the Brussel Sprouts served with charred miso sour cream (fried greens that is all savoury and crisp; a seriously addictively dish that changes perceptions on the usually unappealing green; for me at least), chargrilled Baby Peppers with melted goat’s cheese (juicy peppers that explode in the mouth; the cheese being the crowd-pleaser that adds another dimension of flavour to the peppers). The Hot Salty Soya Milk would be an item great to share at the table — unlike the usual smooth and silken soya milk, it comes slightly grainy; almost porridge-like and totally love-able for a savoury dish. Coming with pickled radish, Chinese Donut, Szechuan chili oil and spring onion, the Chinese Donut was a mini You Tiao that had a texture similar to Hum Cheem Bang, while the pickled radish provided a zesty crunch to cut through the heaviness. alittle tashi also has a staples section on the Dining Room menu that carries all the carbs; the Rice Cakes are recommended — another unique item to alittle tashi, the texture resembles pan-fried carrot cake, carrying that bounciness and crusted exterior which is pretty unexpected but delicious on its own. Dip them in any of the 12 sauces that they have to offer; the Skhug works as a sauce with a Middle Eastern flavour that was like a crossover between pesto and hummus, while the Ssamjang is all sweet like how Korean chili paste is known to be. My personal favourite has to be the Miso Cream; all savoury and buttery, it’s all artery-clogging sinfulness but works well with almost everything on the table from the meats to the greens and even with their Tashi Rice — absolutely amazing (don’t even leave alittle tashi not ordering this — it’s just that delicious). Really glad to have the opportunity to attend the Burpple Eatup at alittle tashi; a place that serves up simple, Asian-influence dishes with their own unique twist — the food is in no way complicated and fancy schmanzy, but I did enjoy how everything came with a subtle attention to detail where they add an unconventional flavour that blends in well with the main star of the dish. Thanks to Burpple for the invite, as well as Jayne and her team for hosting; certainly enjoyed the food here — a place that I should really find some time to return to another day.
Xing Wei
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Beef Tendon Stew Cozy ambience with a wide selection of food and sake, ShuKuu is the place to be for an authentic Japanese atmosphere. Amid the busy service, the staff remained attentive and the food was great! The Yakitori, unlike even some of those we had in Japan, was juicy and succulent. My personal favourite was the beef tendon stew. The beef tendons are so soft that it melted in our mouth! They have a good variety of sake to go with your food, so definitely try them out! Fantastic dining experience with good attention to detail (they even had hooks at the side to hang our bags). The decor is one of the best representations of a traditional Japanese food outlet in Sg. Will definitely return for more.
Dion
1w
A+ Sake Experience Had the Marinated Squid, Zucchini Camerbert fritters, Mentai Crab, Tendon Stew, Beef Tongue, and some skewers!!! Everything was wonderful, especially when paired with the sake that was personally recommended by the boss owner lad.
Kay
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Good Food, Great Sake, Cozy Place This pretty much sums up the highlight of Shukuu! The Sake came recommended by the staff after knowing my friend and I were more into alcohol with a sweeter undertone. It went down well with the restaurant's signature charcoal skewer platter. Another great item on the menu was the rosti mentai, which had a strong mentai flavor that went well with the crispy rosti below. The rosti mentai is also a great carb-y dish for people like who prefers to pair my alcohol with something starchy.
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our unanimous favourite at @marusgdinebar - sashimi hiyashi somen ($34). . for valentine’s day, @marusgdinebar has curated a four course dinner($78++): 1. appetisers - camembert fries w blueberry dip, avocado ravioli, california maki, aburi salmon mentai, sardine sheet 2. salad - cherry tomatoes, olives, romaine lettuce, pommery mustard & honey dressing 3. main - grilled sea bass, scallop & carabinero prawn, glazed in yuzu miso OR striploin steak, foie gras, red wine butter, sauté w trio capsicum & wild mushroom 4. dessert - chocolate mousse cake & macadamia ice cream . alternatively, you can also go for ala cartes and quote “gnohznaij/Jianzhong” or flash this post to enjoy 10% off your total bill!
Jianzhong
1w
White Tuna Tataki ($22). This is a clean tasting white fish without any fishyness. While it can get a tad salty, it's nicely balanced by nori wasabi, orange ponzu jelly, pomegranate, basil and shio kosho. 🔸 It had been a long day for me and I had eaten at two other places before this, so I didn't really eat most of the other dishes during this tasting. I have the impression that the dishes are creative and pretty good, so I'll drop by again during lunch one day and give a review of the other dishes served that evening. 🔸 [Media Tasting at @marusgdinebar, thanks @foodgemsg for the invite!] #foodpornsg #eatoutsg #burpplesg #foodiegram #sgfoodies #sgfood #instasg #foodstagram #instafood #instafood_sg #foodcoma #handsinframe #whitetuna #foodie #hungrygowhere #foodphotography #cafesg #foodgasm #sgfoodblogger #vscosg #burpple #sgjapfood #sgig #yummy #singaporefood #eeeeeats #sgdinner #singapore
Justin
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@marusgdinebar nailing beef don by adding TRUFFLE into it ($23). for another experience, break the egg yolk and mix everything together. super tasty this way! thank you mae, lena, and the team at @marusgdinebar for spoiling us thoroughly last tuesday night! 🤤 . from now till 31 march, quote “gnohznaij” or flash this post to enjoy a 10% discount off your total bill (not applicable with other promotions). . 📍icon village, 12 gopeng street, #01-05-11, singapore 078877
Jianzhong
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[hans im gluck] . @hansimglueck_singapore has introduced the CNY Special Burger and Cocktail just for this CNY period. . Glucklichmacher Burger ($18.00++) Grilled Chicken Breast, apricot jam & grilled mandarin . CNY Special! Mandarine Cocktail ($14.00) Peach Liqueur, Mandarin Orange & Mango . Evening Special from 5pm. Order a Burger with one Side Order of your choice & one Cocktail (Price of the burger + $15.00) . Location: @hansimglueck_singapore 362 Orchard Road, International Building, Singapore 238887 . #hansimglück #burpple #burpplesg #cny2018
Joe
1w
Hans Im Gluck ($17) The Hans Im Gluck burger comes with parmesan cheese, parma ham, rocket leaves, and a balsamic glaze. The sweetness from the glaze and savouriness from the other ingredients complimented each other really well. The patty was quite lean, but still very juicy and wasn’t overly seasoned which allowed the natural beef flavour to shine through. Their lunch specials (till 5pm) are pretty worth it - for $5, you can choose a side, and get a cold AND hot drink! It’s also worth noting that they have pretty great vegetarian and vegan options too!
Yeung Kai
8w
Alsdann ($17) The Alsdann burger comes with grilled pear, mild blue cheese and walnuts. The blue cheese really stood out and made the dish - it was really creamy, and not too intense, and complimented the beef really well. The pear added some sweetness which the walnuts gave it a nice crunchy texture. One of the more interesting options on their menu, and definitely worth trying!
Yeung Kai
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Till 30 Apr 2018
The Populus Coffee & Food Co. Outram Park

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Till 02 Mar 2018
Maru Dine & Bar Tanjong Pagar

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1. Enjoy the exclusive dog-design yu sheng from $28++ (serve 2-3 pax) or $38++ (serve 4-5 pax)

2. Available from 1 February - 2 March

3. Not available on 15-17 February due to CNY break