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milkfrost
This is milkfrost living in Teck Whye. I am a Customer Service Exe, work in Changi. I like to hang out in Bugis, Dhoby Ghaut, Orchard. Japanese, Thai are my favorite cuisines. I also love Fast Food, Hawker Centre, Restaurant and Seafood, Steamboat/Hot Pot, Desserts and Cakes.
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midas400
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Pricey but worth the price Smile May 09, 2013   
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Categories : Noodles

We ordered the Signatures Seafood Set at $218++ for 4 pax (经典海鲜餐) plus an ala carte plate of Crispy pork belly 冰烧三层肉 $10. All dishes are yummy! I especially love the salted egg yolk scallop, huge n juicy and the salted egg sauce tasted just right. The crabmeat fish maw pumpkin soup is also very nice. The crispy pork belly dish is also highly recommended for roast meat lover...the skin is very crispy and fragrant.

visit my blog for more pics..

http://midas400.blogspot.sg/2013/05/tung-lok-signatures-vivo.html
pickled cucumber

pickled cucumber

 
crispy pork belly

crispy pork belly

 
salted egg scallop

salted egg scallop

 
smoked duck breast

smoked duck breast

 
steam soon hock

steam soon hock

 
vege with scallop crisps

vege with scallop crisps

 
lotus leaf baked rice

lotus leaf baked rice

 
sweet apricot soup

sweet apricot soup

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  salted egg scallop,crispy pork belly
 
Date of Visit: May 01, 2013 

Celebration:  生日 

Spending per head: Approximately $70(Dinner)

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midas400
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Late lunch at Au Chocolat OK May 08, 2013   
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Categories : French | European | Café | Desserts and Cakes

Food and service not bad. We ordered two appetizer to share, truffle fries and mushrooms bites, both were yummy. My roast half chicken was not too bad. Desserts are a tad sweet though...my Rose and Lychee macaron was too sweet! My friend recommended the Frozen chocolate drink which was very delish.

Check my blog at http://midas400.blogspot.sg/2013/05/au-chocolat-bistro-patesserie-mbs.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  mushroom bites and frozen hot chocolate
 
Date of Visit: May 05, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately $50(Lunch)

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midas400
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Best dark chocolate cake Smile May 13, 2013   
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Categories : Desserts and Cakes

For two years in a row I have requested my friends to buy my birthday cake from Awfully chocolate. I truly love the dark chocolate cake layered with dark chocolate fudge...sinfully delicious! Their chocolate cakes can be ordered in advance online and pick up at any outlet. Customers may also add a short message on the cake for no extra charges. Other than double chocolate cake, they also have chocolate banana and rum and cherry chocolate cake. Check their range of products at:

http://www.awfullychocolate.com/singapore/pdt.php
dark choc fudge cake

dark choc fudge cake

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  chocolate cakes
 
Date of Visit: Apr 07, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately $26(Other)

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y_lyn
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Categories : European

Bliss House Theme Restaurant is a new restaurant at The Central, Clarke Quay. I chanced upon Zoe Raymond's blog about this place and thought it was quite an interesting place just like the Fullhouse theme restaurant at Hotel Rendezvous. My group of gal friends loved the concept of Fullhouse when they were there and thus, I asked them whether they would like to celebrate our March birthday celebration here. The birthday gal agreed and thus, we proceed with the reservation. (Actually, no reservation is required.)

The dining area was quite nice, with pure white furnishing. The place looked clean and bright. Initially, we thought we would have a great time here but......

First, we were really surprised that their menu looked quite shabby. They were not even laminated and some were quite torn and with stains. There was no photo of the food in the menu and the fonts were quite difficult to read.

Secondly, service was unacceptably slow. Other than our group of 10 adults and a few kids, there were only about 3 other pairs of customers in the whole restaurant. However, it took them almost 20 minutes just to serve us our ice water!

My friend who doesn't drink alcohol, requested for her margarita to be served without alcohol. She took a few sips immediately when her drink was being served to her. However, after quite a while, the waitress came back with another cup of margarita and told my friend that the one she was having, actually contained alcohol!

The appetizers and side dishes were served after quite a long wait.
Baked Mushrooms ($10).

 
I ordered wild mushroom soup ($8). The bread was very hard and I had to ask my friend to help me break it into smaller pieces.

 
Calamari ($14) which was meant for only 2 persons to share.

 
This portobello mushroom cost $16, not really worth the $.

 
Scallop with prawn & caviar ($24). To be fair, this dish was good, with big fresh prawns placed with the juicy scallops.

 
After almost 45 minutes, our mains were still not being served yet. We ordered our food at around 1pm and near 2pm, the kids were very hungry and so were the adults. When we told the staff to serve the kids their carbonara first, she told us that it might disrupt the flow in the preparation of the dishes and the adults might have to wait even longer for our mains to arrive!! With so few customers, they already couldn't cope. I wonder whether they plan for the restaurant to be 100% full?

All of us were starving. Since we had bought a birthday cake from Swissbake, we decided to sing the birthday song to the 2 birthday gals first so that we could eat the cake first! sad sad sad

I ordered the Seafood Spaghetti with tomato sauce ($26).

For more photos and write-up, pls visit my blog post:
http://ylyn-journal.blogspot.sg/2013/03/bliss-house-theme-restaurant-central.html

The meal cost a whooping $628.50, which averaged to $57 per pax! We all felt that most of the dishes were overpriced and with the slow and inattentive service, this meal definitely not worth this price.
 
Date of Visit: Mar 09, 2013 

Spending per head: Approximately $60

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