The beef in the Hokkaido Wagyu Beef Sando was really juicy and tender with a slight beefy flavour, and matched well with the Hamburg Sauce, Karashi Mayo and soft and lightly toasted bread. This was a really enjoyable sando.
The Hokkaido Soft Serve Original (SGD $6) is so luscious with its bright milky sweet flavour of the creamy Hokkaido milk soft serve ice cream. Melts pretty quickly though. Served in a glass with a crunchy biscuit cone that has grainy buttery sweet flavour. Good!
This is a casual, laid-back alternative to the typical boisterous izakaya ambience. The dishes are quite value for money, particularly the ones for sharing like the Salt Baked Fish and the Salt Grilled Tiger Prawns.
Kin Cow might not be the fanciest of places nor serve the fanciest food, but there is a non-pretentious allure that is hard to beat.
You can get a good beefy meal at Kin Cow; and if your dining companion is not mad about cow there are sufficient non beef dishes to keep him happy for a few repeat visits.
While there are some areas that require improvements—more service staff, get rid of the smell of turpentine, and portion sizing–the food is spot-on delicious.
Chicken was tender just like the last time and flavourful from the soya sauce.
The only seafood that was in their laksa seafood fried rice were three shrimps. It's not bad.
We will eat there again if we want a quick tasty meal.
Overall, Wanna Cuppa impresses with its friendly service, inviting ambience, and affordable prices.
Wanna Cuppa serves Alska cider, and those were one of the tastiest cider that I've tasted thus far. Otherwise, there's also coffee/tea and dessert.
Overall, I really loved eating here at Oriental Chinese restaurant as we get to taste the famous dishes from each different region of China since we are unable to travel now, Most of the dishes are nice simple food resembling dishes you get from a local Chinese family.
The szechuan chicken was diced too small and ended up too dry though.
Bijin Nabe (美人鍋) is a combination of the vegetables, seafood and chicken cooked in their Signature Golden Collagen Chicken Stock.
In overview, the service was impeccable right from the moment we enter up to the point we stepped out of the restaurant. It was obvious how much emphasis they place on keeping their customers happy, from the complimentary customised desserts to the "namecards" that were presented to each diner at the end of the meal to encourage repeat patronage. The total bill inclusive of GST and service charge was $58.85. Although we would have preferred a wider variety of hotpot ingredients for this price, they certainly made it up with quality. I don't know if the soup is really going to give me beautiful skin or not, but I am definitely returning irregardless.
Nikumaki Onigiri ($3.50 - $3.80++ each) is one of their signature dishes. It is a bacon wrapped rice ball with 4 kinds of toppings. I had the original one and it was very nice! Definitely recommended.
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Every item was good, with the only exception being the noodles having a slight kee or alkaline flavour, although this was made up for by the outstanding sauce made of dried shrimps and kelp.
Maxwell Food Centre is one of those rare hawker centers in Singapore that is highly popular with tourists and at the same time, is held in high esteem by locals for its authentic and traditional hawker dishes. The main reason for this is that Maxwell Food Centre is the current home of a myriad of...…
Nice. The rendang was nutty and lemak
Traditional or newfangled, there’s something in Maxwell Food Centre to tickle your food fancy. With its sprawling aisles and numerous stalls, there’s something for any kind of diet.
Homestyle Braised Pork Belly S$58.00++ Our favourite dish of the night is this claypot goodness that brims with tea tree mushroom, mushroom garlic rice and unctuous pork belly.
Service at Birds Of A Feather befits a fine dining establishment (though it's not).
Birds Of A Feather is no run-of-the-mill Sichuan restaurant. The loud and boisterous Sichaun flavours we know have taken an ettique lesson and we love it.
Dishes are generally still good, though prices have also gone up as with most establishments in Singapore.
The highlight was the Nasi Lemak so we ordered the signatures and side dishes to try for 5 of us.
Oh well… food and services are good and we will surely be back next time.
Porta's all-day dining menu sees new creations as well, starting with Parma Ham ($16).
this is definitely one of my favourite Yu Sheng till date.
Overall, food quality was not too bad. Apart from that, I find that their service was kind of lacking given a weekday evening.