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Ordered one of their signature — 1. Supreme Prawn Noodles ($20++) which comes with huge chunks of pork ribs, 2 prawnball, some shabu shabu, lala & 3 big prawns & also their Pao Fan ($16++)that comes with 3-4 big prawns & some lala! Their soup is super thick & flavourful and what surprised me is that the soup between the claypot’s, noodles & the Pao Fan’s, they are all different!! If you prefer lighter, the noodles soup will suit you, but if you prefer something more flavourful, you will like the other 2! Compared to their Pao Fan, I actually preferred to this and feel it was more worth! Whilst the Ngoh Hiang ($2.40) was very crispy and pair very well with the sauce provided!

Slight crisp, texture is a little chewy or a little hard depending on the fattiness, but what's impressive here is the ckn jus combined w the coffee oil that gives such a unique edge

The you mai cai is also the best I've had, it's grilled to give smokiness and the sweetness was brought out

More creamy than anything actually, it's not super savoury. An interesting salad, w hints from the quail egg sauce

The butterfish was rlly good. It's just oil and salt yet somehow the flavour was absolutely intense and suitably briny.

Which went well w the stir fried nasi ulam koshihikari rice that was well crusted on the claypot.

The fish is good enough to stand on its own as a main though

Delicious and creative and everything meshed well

Frog legs had a nice bite, the laksa leaf was damn intense and it worked well w the funky cheese to give a whole new dimension

Abit ex for what it was, but creative it certainly was

@honbo.burger has stepped up to the ring that is Singapore’s burger business, and is going head to head with the Shack as a direct competitor as both burger joints pride themselves upon their smash-burgers. However, while the Shack will only stack to two, Honbo goes to four. That’s right, they’ve got a quad patty burger.⠀
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However, that’s a bit much even for me, so I stuck with the more moderate Honbo 1.5, which stars three crispy beef patties, two slices of cheese, pickles, onion & housemade sauce. I added on bacon for an extra $4.90 on top of the base price of twenty three dollars, bringing the damage to a hefty $27.90 before adding GST. Right off the bat, Honbo’s burger is certainly bigger, although less messy than the Shack.⠀
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The crust on the smashed beef patties are gloriously charred, even more so than the Shack, but this does mean that the patties are less juicy. I found it to be a worthwhile trade, as the extra flavours from the intense grilling are palpable. The patties are a 70/30 chuck and brisket blend with a nice, not too tightly packed texture, and full of beefy deliciousness thanks to the cuts of beef used.â €
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Overall, I found Honbo’s burger to be more well balanced, as there are onions and pickles to rein in the richness of the patties, and the potato milk buns are airy, light & fluffy without being buttered up excessively. Sure, I do wish that they could’ve added in a couple of extra pickles to have the richness of the burger fully under control, but this behemoth burger is remarkably close to burger perfection.

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Today is the last day it opens. So there kind of isn't a point reviewing, except that I really wanted to record down how good a meal this was

The shima aji actually tastes like crab when you eat it w the crab fat butter. The brioche was very greasy tho and I didn't like that

The dish arrived piping hot, with the aroma of savory broth and fresh prawns filling the air. Each bite of the tender noodles soaked in flavorful broth, enriched with the essence of prawns and aromatic spices, was a delight to the taste buds.

The claypot presentation added a rustic charm to the experience, keeping the dish warm and inviting until the last spoonful. The generous portion of plump prawns and perfectly cooked noodles made every bite a memorable one.

The ambiance complemented the dining experience, with its cozy atmosphere and attentive staff ensuring a pleasant visit.

In conclusion, One Prawn & Co offers an exemplary rendition of Claypot Prawn Noodle, capturing the essence of Singaporean cuisine.

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It's been a while, as they didn't quite win me over. This was just a fun order. It's tater tots, what else to say?

It's been a while, as they didn't quite win me over. I would say this was good. It uses red wine. Good beef. Portion not really enough for me but I'm fat.

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