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“Tokyo Banana” [$14]

Was pretty excited to try the new Tokyo Banana softserve that was introduced after the move of Brother Bird to under one roof with Stateland Cafe. We had ours with the Mochi Donut but you can also opt for the Salted Egg Mochi Bursts. The softserve tastes similar to the super popular Binggrae Banana Milk from Korea, but with an additional artificial sweetness which wasn’t really my thing. The variety of textures in this bowl was fun with the toppings of candied walnuts, banana crisps and squares of vanilla sponge cake, but I still prefer their Cookie Butter softserve for the overall flavour!

6 Pcs Yong Tau Fu [$3]

I’ve been eating the fishcakes and yong tau fu from here for several years, but I’ve never actually been to the actual stall for the noodles (all thanks to mama Chiang for always dabao-ing). The YTF here are made fresh daily and I just love the bite and generous amount of fish paste in every piece. Unlike usual YTF stalls, you don't have to pick the ingredients, but just let the Aunty know if you want 6 or 8 pieces and if there's anything you don't want included. The soup might be a little bland for some, but the light savouriness makes it a really heartwarming and comforting bowl. Go for the dry version and get a spoonful of crunchy ikan bilis to go with your noodles. You’ll be surprised at how different and how good it tastes. Simplicity at its best!

📍Xiu Ji Ikan Bilis Yong Tau Fu
Chinatown Complex Food Centre, Unit #02-87
335 Smith Street Singapore 050335

Ordered something different other than the green curry which we loved so much!

Ordered the omelette and fried chicken in Thai herb. The fried chicken is somehow still quite crunchy after Being drenched in sauce. We also ordered their rice to go with all the food this time. Still super affordable. :)

Shiok Maki!!

Once your teeth sink into a piece, your mouth explodes in a savoury melting chemistry of torched cheesy mayo and seared salmon, with sweet and umami unagi. It's such a big mouthful you have to keep your mouth shut and chewing until it's all down the throat. As you do, the flavours fight to overpower each other but keep fusing instead, until you peak. Rather than struggling to appreciate the individual flavours, appreciate it for its mess of flavours. A rojak roll of Japanese it is. Lingering smokiness gradually departs as you come down from the climax. Thus, your mouth is ready to close around the next big mouthful. That is the Shiok Maki ($16.80). http://herecomesgin.wixsite.com/ginwashere/single-post/2017/02/12/Koh-Grill-Sushi-Bar

Spicy Salmon Donut

12.90$

I have to say I expected really little from this side dish but it definitely was a star in its own right. The donut worked well with the sautéed mushrooms, salmon & sour cream, it lived up to its title of an East, meet West creation.

Spicy Salmon Donut

12.90$

I have to say I expected really little from this side dish but it definitely was a star in its own right. The donut worked well with the sautéed mushrooms, salmon & sour cream, it lived up to its title of an East, meet West creation.