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The recommended items at Nesture include Gula Malaka Creme Brûlée with Bird’s Nest ($8.90), Double Boiled Asian Pear with Wolfberry, Red Dates and Almond w Bird’s Nest ($12.90), Orr Nee with Bird’s Nest ($12.90), Almond Cream with Bird’s Nest ($12.90) and Bird’s Nest Macaron ($2.80).
Here’s what I like about Sweetfish: Bowls are marinated fresh-to-order, which ensures a certain level of freshness. It made that difference. The downside is you got to wait for a moment (and you may just wander to llao llao next door).
The Stir-Fried Sesame Chicken, Brinjal with Minced Meat and Sambal Long Bean stood out for me with their homely flavours. Most of the dishes were also not overly oily, such as the fried omelette and chicken, and therefore you could have your second or thirds without that greasy feeling.
They handmake their own noodles, therefore the strands are more eggy and perhaps less springy, and the soup is cooked with a combination of pork, chicken, fish and vegetables, rather than just pork in the past. The soup has a ‘cleaner’ and more localized taste than the typical tonkots...
The mix of sauce reminded me of the Taiwanese style of Dan Dan Mian, with a mild level of spiciness that doesn’t overpower the other ingredients. Yet added with that umami mouth-feel as you take bites.
After Violet Oon Restaurant Singapore at Bukit Timah, and National Kitchen by Violet Oon at National Gallery , Violet and her children Su-lyn and Yiming seemed to have put their experience and expertise well together, with this newest outlet appearing more polished in terms of décor a...
Mojo attempts to differentiate from its nearby competitors by providing quality food, reasonably substantial portions at affordable prices. Each protein bowl contains a protein, carb base, topping, sauce and three choices of vegetables.
Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle (Smith Street) Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle (Chinatown Food Complex) Tsuta Ramen (Tai Seng) Char Restaurant (Jalan Besar) Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodles (Crawford Lane)