I finally got around to trying the laziji from Qiu Jin Xiao Chao. It was spicier, saltier, and greasier than I was expecting, and in a good way.
Here's the shuizhuniu from Qiu Jin Xiao Chao. It wasn't the spicy, greasy, salty mixture that I was expecting, but was instead more like a smooth beef soup that I still enjoyed.
Overall, Scissors Cut Curry Rice is definitely one of the better Hainan Curry rice I have eaten with their gravy being the highlight. If you do have their rice at one of the coffee shops, I do believe the serving size is slightly more generous compared to the one at the mall
OK, I come here a lot. After all, it's cheap, fast, and good. And it is generally healthy, if you don't end up shoveling down multiple bowls of rice with that spicy oil and instead opt for some veggies.
I went back for the suancaiyu today. It was almost twice as expensive as everything else, despite being basically the same size serving.
Here's the huiguorou from Qiu Jun Xiao Chao. It was pretty good with its thin yet greasy strips of pork, all without being too salty. But it was loaded with leeks, which isn't going to make me very popular in the office this afternoon.
Overall, I find the ramen at Menya Musashi pretty nice although my Tsukemen broth was on the salty side. While the flavours are different from the usual Japanese ramen as their taste is creamier and thicker with a modern twist, the ramen is still good.
The quality of our meals was good and I will like to be back for their Charashi Bowls.
This chain from Sichuan has opened up an outlet at Harbourfront Centre (1 Maritime Square #01-45). It was cheaper and more casual than I thought it would be, but nonetheless they offered a wagyu option on their mapo tofu, which sounded interesting enough.
In bustling Singapore, Fuel Plus+ cafe on Morse Road is a great option for those seeking a cosy cafe off the beaten path. Its interesting and diverse menu and its tranquil location at the foot of Mt Faber sets it apart from the many other good cafes in Singapore.