rice dumpling stuffed with pork, flavour's not bad but meat was a little dry-ish but the rice was moist and tender.
I would have given this a thumbs up if there were more bak kwa in the fried rice.
I wouldn't mind having this again.
The overall dining experience was pleasant and with the attentive and friendly services as well as quality food, I do not mind being back again for more.
Just passable in terms of sweetness and freshness of the sashimi, in this Special Sashimi Don. You could still taste vestiges of the freeze in the fish.
Enjoyed their ankimo. Their ponzu jelly wasn't particularly intense so one tasted mostly ankimo.
The relaxation of safe management measures and allowing up to five persons to dine means I have been meeting my friends quite often over the...
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Their hae mee was still outstanding like we remembered it. Probably the only food from this region that they did right by.
there was a S$28 重庆烤鱼promotion include 2 drinks & 2 rice.
Riverside Grilled Fish 江边城外 has since expanded to 54 outlets in China with Singapore being the first Riverside Grilled Fish set up outside of China in Singapore.
Will try another fish with another sauce the next time.
Tenjin Raffles City is a nice Japanese restaurant for quality tendon & tempura; casual chic space, efficient service & reasonable prices.
This was the Inaniwa cold udon set with the tempura. Not bad.
Not bad. I like the tempura here much better than the grease logged and oft mentioned Tendon Kohaku which I never understood.
I like their seasonal specials which keeps the interest alive and curious diners like me drawn back every now and then. Unless one likes your food perpetually cold, their hot dishes could be your only option.
Cafe Muji at Raffles City is a very pleasant space. You can linger there for a while. The food they offer is not bad but nothing to write home about.
Most diners I observed stuck to the tried-and-test MUJI Butter Chicken Curry ($14.90) or 4 Deli with Rice ($16.90).
Happy to have discovered this lovely place with healthy, tasty meatless meals, I will definitely come back to Sufood again.
We like the idea of Sufood Introduces New Salad And Truffle Dishes and especially the truffle dishes.
Sufood indeed brings many stylish and innovative ideas to the vegetarian dining scene. After completing the 8-course meal, meat-crazy PinkyPiggu and I left the place feeling fully satisfied even though it was a meatless dining experience. It spoke volumes of the well-crafted dishes.
There was a pork knuckle fladen. It's not bad.
The menu appears to have changed. Some of the old stuff we liked are no longer on the menu.
We enjoyed our chilling session at Brotzeit, and I know I will continue to patronize them, just like how I have over the years.
IPPUDO is running this special right now, saying that it's "super popular in Japan," so I figured I'd give it a try. Unfortunately, I still don't like miso ramen.
I'll refrain from using the words that went through my head when I ate it. But let's just say that it struck me as very un-IPPUDO-like, and I wasn't a fan.
I'm still in a bit of disbelief that they would offer this thing in the first place.
In summary, food is always based on personal preferences; maybe some of you would prefer this no-MSG ramen but in my case, i think once is enough.
I enjoyed this bowl except for one thing: the simmered tofu on the left. They should provide a non-vegetarian option by allowing one to substitute the tofu for chashu. They also have that salmon bowl here; maybe I'll come back to save me the trip of going all the way out to Jewel.
I enjoyed this bowl except for one thing: the simmered tofu on the left.
The soft serve counter has been causing quite a buzz and with their cheese soft serve up for grabs, I just had to join the queue though I was really keen on the Cow Cow Ice Sundae - a combination of soft serve and cheese cake!
Looking for something different? Try their Cow Cow Sundae (S$8.50). This velvety soft serve ice cream is made with the finest ingredients such as cream cheese, rich Jersey milk and gouda cheese from Hokkaido.
The quality is telling. Its velvety smooth creaminess provided a pleasant mouthfeel, with interesting tinge of saltiness from the cheese.
The restaurant is considered wallet-friendly place like any casual dining places.
For the value and ambience, I am definitely not complaining. Things have certainly changed heaps since I last step foot. More set lunches, hopefully!
Last weekend, we visited Salt Tapas and Bar and we were impressed with their interesting dishes
Buffet Town is an international seafood buffet restaurant located conveniently at the basement of Raffles City Shopping Centre, a wallet-friendly restaurant with seating capacity for up to 500 persons.
I’d recommend coming back at dinner and braving the price hike, so you can get the full experience.
I will still be buying more duck soon, and their Duck Bak Kwa (roast meat) seems tempting as well.
Known for its BBQ Irish duck, London Fat Duck at Raffles City has launched several new items in conjunction with the opening of this latest outlet.