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So how did this mutton briyani fare? The grains were on the wet side but as a whole, it was satisfying with nice, albeit tough, mutton meat that was enhanced with the crunchy, sourish yet sweet pineapple cubes. I only wish there were more of the pineapple cubes as the cucumber didn't exhibit the same result.
This piece I had was so juicy with a tenderness that oozed even more of the delectable natural juice as I slowly chewed through the meat. Costing S$22 every 100 grams, a hasty indulgence would have been unworthy of the money spent.
Coconut wasn't dry and not as sweet while the Peanut with Red Bean was significantly tastier due to the combination that I first had from a stall around Telok Ayer that had since closed down. My craving was curbed by both pancakes and I love the fact that the batter wasn't the ultra-crispy type which I feel was more biscuit than pancake.
In summary, we loved both the gelato and sorbet even though general consensus is that serving size was quite small. I agreed to a certain extent but this is Orchard area we are talking about, yet the pricing at Play Gelato was comparable or even cheaper than the gelato shops in Yishun. The major issue I had was with the waffle and I sure hope there will be improvements in the near future.
Would I be back? Definitely given the chilli, the variety and the affordable buffet pricing! Not to mention that the location is more convenient for my family and the operators were also super duper friendly.
This has been my favorite rojak. The owner is an elderly Uncle, he is friendly and always chatty, and is passionate about making the rojak. ...
This stall serves Malaysian-style fruit rojak, like those from Penang. Leong Gwo Wei, the owner, he stumbled upon Lim Bo (林伯), aka Uncle Lim, his rojak stall in Kuala Lumper, and decided to ask him to teach after tasting the rojak about 3 years ago. Uncle Lim agreed to do so for a price. He mastered the skills and returned to Singapore, starting the stall in April 2021. Read more: http://www.allaboutceil.com/2022/03/lim-bo-fresh-fruits-rojak-malaysia.html#ixzz7NcRrpa9M