A review of Tippling Club 2019 one of the very best restaurants on Tanjong Pagar Road the hipster food mecca of Singapore
GOHO, which serves modern Japanese cuisine, has a new summer kaiseki menu at $98, $138, $188 (10 courses), which is quite good value compared to other kaiseki restaurants. In the 10-course menu I was invited to try, the food included foie gras, engawa (flatfish tail), wagyu sukiyaki, lobster miso soup, and caviar. The food is presented prettily and tasted better than average but perhaps they are best known for their cocktail pairing ($58, $78, $98) with the meal. They also just started a lunch menu: $48 (5 courses) and $88 (8 courses).
Guiga is one of the many establishments at Tanjong Pagar that serve Korean BBQ and other dishes.
Overall, I like the atmosphere at Darkness Desserts and the desserts are pretty decent in flavours and the price is also decent. It is a nice place to chill since they open till late on weekends
Fresh stuff, wrapped with sticky rice and warm crispy seaweed. From left to right, up to down, hotate, salmon, shime saba, toro, crab and engawa.
The fish tacos had a nice contrast in textures and flavours. The fish was crispy outside and soft inside, and the sauce had layered flavours or sweet, sour and slightly tart.
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Overall, I loved the bolo buns and definitely one of the best in Singapore; in fact, can match one of the better ones in Hong Kong. I would return and enjoy the buns at the cafe and try the other versions as well
Very nice bolo bun, with a crust that was just the right mix of crispy, crumbly and sweet, soft and fluffy bun, and rich and melting butter inside. The milk tea was nice and thick too, with a good tea fragrance.
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