Very tasty - matcha flavour's quite strong! Big enough portion for sharing as well.
We love the super crispy ultra thin nachos especially when dunk into the cheese sauce, spring onion dip & sundried tomato dip. We even had a second order of the nachos & the staff generously threw in additional complimentary dip set.
Le Poulet ($12.90)🤔
Grilled chicken strips (rather tasteless), capsicum, onion, cherry tomato with homemade honey mustard sauce served with mushroom spring onion pancakes (rather dry). Not fantastic.
Double Cheesy Fries ($7.90)👎🏻
Straight cut potato fries baked twice with mozzarella and cheddar cheese served with the same dip as nachos set. Sadly, didn't give you the 'fries kick'.
Carbonara with Chicken ($13.90)👎🏻
Creamy carbonara pasta with turkey bacon, onion, mushrooms, parmesan cheese and fresh herbs. The word to describe the pasta is 'stale'.
Caramelized Apple and Pear Pannenkoek ($13.90)👎🏻
This was served with nutella base, cheddar cheese, vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce. Tooooo sweet. Overkill! Spoilt the enjoyment of having pannekoek.
Golden crisp on the outside and soft in the inside. The taste of the yam and pumpkin were noticed but I still find it bland. If there was some Chinese sausage or Chinese preserved belly into the cake mixture. It's flavors will be multiply by the lard.
Now what could be better than a cup of Thai Milk Tea? Only a cup of Thai Milk Tea soft-serve! Available at Soi55’s Ang Mo Kio outlet, this icy treat serves as a coolant, necessary for the hotter days of the weather which has been mercilessly polarised lately. 😣
This was creamier than it was icy, but judging from the texture and the taste, I have a hunch that little was altered from their original recipe of the Thai Milk Tea before they converted it to this glorious spiralling steeple. Not that it was a turn-off at all, but it was definitely a little predictable in that sense. Some jellies take cover beneath the soft-serve, which was a pleasant surprise. It also added some bite to an otherwise regular ice-cream treat.😗
Lastly, you can choose to ornament your cup of soft-serve with various toppings – between sago jelly, grass jelly, chocolate sprinkles, rainbow sprinkles and coconut chips. They may not seem like much, but they will make it more picture-perfect to help add life to your Instagram accounts. 😎
This is available in two sizes – small ($3) and large ($4) – and available in three flavours – Thai Milk Tea, Coconut and Hybrid. With really affordable prices and a prime location at 51 @ AMK (a 5-minute walk from the Ang Mo Kio Bus Interchange), you should definitely consider making plans to visit Soi55 sometime! 😛 (7.1/10)
With a wide variety of bah kut teh, condiments and side dishes, it's perfect for everyone - friends, families and even tourists (especially the location of this outlet). Reviews of specific dishes to be posted soon. Photo originally shot by: @justinfoodprints
Thank you @founderbkt for your wonderful hospitality and passion for local food, and @justinfoodprints for extending the media invite to me.
🍴 Founder Bah Kut Teh
500 Jalan Sultan
Tried 5 of the toast on the menu finally after wishlisting for a while.
Sourdough is hearty and good. I love the nut butter with honey, hummus and the sage cream cheese with berry compote. The egg salad and vegemite with cheese was also decent.
We were blown away... by their food. Now till 2nd May, 20% off food items 😁😁😁 #sinfullygood #lovetheirlobsterpasta .
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Our omakase dinner at Sushi Kimura last night came to a close with a duo of desserts by Chef Akane Eno that's achingly exquisite, both to the eyes and the tastebuds.
On the left: A glass of hojicha pudding that startled and seduced with a sensuous velvety creaminess heaving with the deep fragrance of charcoal-roasted green tea. Gracing it was one half of a pretty Monaka (traditional Japanese wafer) of the most delicate crispness.
On the right: The other half of the Monaka cradled a smooth, thick paste of the premium Dainagon azuki (red bean) from Hokkaido upon which slices of the madly sweet Amaou strawberry pouted.
I think I speak for our group when I say our minds were collectively blown with the first bite.