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Nasi Ulam with Buah Keluak (8 course degustation at $88++).

Each of the courses in this degustation are beautifully plated, and they're individually plated for each diner. Suits corporate dining for sure, or to entertain guests using local food in a more formal setting.
To me this nasi ulam is outstanding, although I know cold rice isn't for everyone. Six herbs are used here, and they oxidize when exposed to heat. Rice at room temperature are therefore used to optimize the herb flavours here, resulting in an earthly herbal savoury taste.
That buah keluak was really smooth too. To me it felt like I'm eating chocolate 😋
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Squid Ink Paella ($18++)

This was super pretty and delicious too. Lotsa fresh seafood and the tangy taste of the paella complemented it well.

It was more like a side dish so the portion isn't that big.

Long-time Favourite Still A Classic

Many accolades have been showered on this stall and after eating it again today I would say it still remains one of the best bowls of beef noodles you will find in this culinary haven called Singapore.
Long queues regularly form at this stall and I deliberately chose to visit them during the off-peak hour of 11am. I ordered my favourite dried mixed beef noodles which thankfully remains at a very affordable $5 per bowl. The best part of the meal for me was slurping the ultra-flavourful soup while chowing down on the generous serving of beef parts.
Meals like this make me glad I live in Toa Payoh surrounded by all these gorgeous and fabulous street food. You can still eat very well without having to pay exorbitant prices.

It's worth the queue

Reached at 6 (opening time) queued for an hour, and finished out food in 30 mins but it was worth it 💦
They ran out of tamagoyaki (the replaced with with some spinach) so instead go ordering the medium I went for the Hitsumabushi at $26.80+. I dont really fancy unagi but this really changed my mind. 👐🏼

The Black Angus Tenderloin is served with corn, onions and miso butter and dressed up on a sizzling plate.

The tenderloin has a really nice dark crust on the exterior and still remain juicy on the inside. Mix some miso butter to give a fine buttery texture and subtle flavour. If you want more, try the Japanese style of eating! Add some zing to your steak with garlic soy or wasabi. Optional to add foie gras at an additional of S$8++. Foie gras is crisp on the outside and molten within. 😋
In conjunction with the new steak concept, Ash & Char is having a 1 for 1 promo during dinner for new menu launch. Choose from Pasture Fed Ribeye (220gm at S$25++) or Black Angus Tenderloin (180gm at S$25++). Promotion available in July. It's a steal! .
As featured, Black Angus Tenderloin topped with foie gras (+S$8++).
Where to dine?
Ash & Char
21 McCallum Street, #01-03/04, Singapore 069047
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