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Ribs ($14) Finally got my hands on one of their bagels, and man, what a sight it is to behold. Those sticky BBQ ribs are ridiculously tender, moist and has just the perfect amount of fat to up the ante on this bagel-wich without leaving you wondering how many hours you’ll need on the treadmill. Accompanying the sexy ribs are thin slices of roasted pineapple, braised cabbage and smoked mayo, all coming together in a perfect package of juicy, oozy, smokey, meaty goodness that you’ll savour all the way to the last lick of your fingers, cause I know I did. 👅💦💦💦
Dex
2w
I love the bagels here — hefty, chewy and golden-brown, with an almost crunchy bite. Reminds me of St Urbains in Toronto. Adding a crispy hash brown to an already amazing lamb patty, cheese and egg bagel ($10 +$2) only made it that much better. Shout outs to @gigglesandjiggles and @iamjaynedoe for the hashbrown protip.
Casey
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Stuff Yourself with Hearty Bagels Located just outside Royal Square at Novena, there's a mix of some things new and familiar here and it is split into breakfast and legends bagels. You can even choose the type of bagel you'd prefer, such as seeded, salt and all-sorts - which I'd assume includes a little of everything - to go with your selection. The Lamb is part of the breakfast bagel menu and it includes a pamb patty, cheese melt, fried egg, greens and hollandaise sauce. I like that the lamb isn't so gamey, while the rest of the bagel helps to counterbalance any strong tastes whatsoever from the meat. It can be quite a mess to eat this because of the egg ane sauce, but this would make do for a wholesome and hearty meal for any time of the day. 😋 From the legends bagel menu, I tried the Primal with which you'll find smoked brisket, house pickles, peppers, onions, cheddar and mustard barbeque sauce. This does feel like the healthier option of the two, and the portions of meat and veggies are generously spread, providing a thoroughly balanced flavour as well as a good range of textures. I did find it a challenge to eat this because it is really huge, but I really enjoyed it nonetheless. Whether you'd like a laid back outdoor dine-in option (seats are relatively limited though, but there are seats just opposite the branch as well) or a nice takeaway option with good portions, Two Men Bagel House is definitely an ideal place to satisfy your hunger pangs should you be hanging around Novena.
Brian
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so spicy OMG the noodle is tasty but so bloody spicy😫I was burst into tears with one bite
Xin
23h
“Devil’s Fried Rice with Seafood” ($8.90) A shocking thing happened today. I managed to stop myself from ordering the “Drunken Pork Noodles”, my ultimate favourite dish at Kra Pow. Instead, I got the “Devil’s Fried Rice with Seafood” which turned out to be nowhere near as hellishly hot as I’d anticipated (and hoped). It was really tasty though but not enough to knock the aforementioned noodles off my no. 1 spot. Only because this was a little sweet in comparison (likely due to a dash of tomato sauce) and I am naturally more drawn to a savoury taste profile. Having said that, there’s no doubt this was one VERY well executed fried rice. The grains were light and fluffy, and there were big pieces of squid, fish and prawns to be found. I was also pleased to see perky-looking “kailan” and an egg tossed in for good measure. Still, that didn’t stop me from forking out an extra dollar to top it all off with a proper fried egg. I am of the opinion that every plate of fried rice tastes better with a runny-yolked egg.
Veronica
20h
Highly raved by many, this Thai eatery caught my eyes and palate for their Drunken Noodle Pork ($7.90), a dish that I’ve not seen, heard or ate before until today. Seemingly plain-looking, don’t judge this plate of fried flat rice noodles with minced pork and French beans fool you as the flavours and spice hit you instantly from the first bite. To me, this is a crossover of the popular basil minced pork rice but this one round, the rice has been substituted with the noodles. Now, can someone tell me why is this called drunken noodles? Is this a hangover food? _____________ Kra Pow Thai Street Food Address: 14, Scotts Road, Far East Plaza, Unit 03-26/27, Singapore 228217
Julius
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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
1d
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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[New dish] Mini Char Siew Unagi Don ($18). Now this is one special unagi, one that is glazed in char siew glaze instead of the typical tare (sweet thickened soy) sauce found elsewhere. 🔸 How does that sound to you? I tried it and I liked it. The unagi was steamed, so it was very soft. The char siew wasnt too sweet either, and somehow it has a faint smoky smell to it even though this unagi was steamed and not grilled. 🔸 So glad to have tried this new creation, and thankful to @nantheless for asking me down to try it. #foodphotography #exploresingapore #burpple #singaporeinsiders #eatoutsg #foodiegram #sgfood #foodsg #instasg #foodstagram #instafood #instafood_sg #jiaklocal #f52grams #hungrygowhere #cafesg #foodgasm #sgfoodblogger #vscofood #onthetable #sgig #yummy #cafehoppingsg #sgjapfood #singapore #japanesefood #和食 #sumobarhappy #unagi #charsiew
Justin
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Too much of their food could really make one a sumo. Felt that most of their food were either very rich or strong in flavours, which would of cos appeal to the masses. This Sumo Ramen had many beef toppings stuffed into the bowl, including a huge section of an oxtail. Its Tonkotsu broth was very thick and rich, and inevitably salty. Pleasure from its richness soon drained away as it became too jelak. We also tried their Lobster Taiyaki sliders which didn’t impress, other than chunks of lobster meat sandwiched in lumpy pancakes. Comparatively, we were only happy with the yuzu pepper crispy chicken skin and Sake Sour (grapefruit) and Kyoho Sour cocktails. But when the bill came, the short-lived happiness faded again.
I makan
2d
Lobster Taiyaki ($26 a pair). Generous and large chunks of lobster meat soaked in *lobster butter*. Yes, not the regular butter but lobster butter. Chef Wing soaked butter with the lobster head, extracting all the lobster essence, then used it on the lobster flesh. That's lobster on lobster. So good. 🔸 Instead of the regular lobster rolls, I recommend this special Sumo's creation. It's also more affordable. Happy eating with you @nantheless, thanks for the treat! #foodphotography #exploresingapore #burpple #singaporeinsiders #eatoutsg #foodiegram #sgfood #foodsg #instasg #foodstagram #instafood #instafood_sg #taiyaki #f52grams #hungrygowhere #cafesg #foodgasm #sgfoodblogger #vscofood #onthetable #sgig #yummy #cafehoppingsg #sgjapfood #singapore #japanesefood #和食 #sumobarhappy #lobsterroll #lobster
Justin
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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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Cheap & Glorious XLBs Signature Xiao Long Bao - The standard of this xlb was sublime, with a sturdy skin substantial enough to hold in its contents, yet not too thick at the same time. Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/zhong-guo-la-mian-xiao-long-bao/
Maureen
1w
Delightfully Delicious Dumplings Regardless of type, what constitutes a good dumpling for me is simple: a soft skin and a nicely-seasoned, juicy filling. The ratio of those two is key. Furthermore, the dumplings have to be freshly made on site. 中国拉面小龙包 - hawker stall #02-135 at Chinatown Complex Food Centre, is always buzzing because theirs fulfill all these requirements. The hive of activity centres around the tiny team that handmakes every single dumpling and the customers who mill around, awaiting their orders to be ready.
Veronica
2w
For Delish XLBs and Vinegar Wantons Another Hot 100 list favourite, this Chinese noodle stall in Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre is a respected spot for Xiao Long Bao ($6 for 10), Hong You Chao Shou (dumplings in chilli oil and vinegar, $4.50 for 10) and Zha Jiang Mian ($3.50). The xiao long baos are plump and juicy, and are said to rival those at Din Tai Fung. The hong you chao shou on the other hand sees minced meat dumplings drenched in a bath of vinegar, chilli oil and Sichuan spices. The dumplings are prepared fresh upon order, but Burpple Tastemaker Julius Lim assures us that it is well worth the waiting time. The zha jiang mian is a steal at $3.50, and makes a good bed to soak up dripping sauces from the dumplings. Avg price: $5 Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Wei Zhi Chiang
Burpple
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