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This is dairycream . French, European, Japanese are my favorite cuisines. I also love Bakery, Hotel, Restaurant and Salads, Pasta, Desserts and Cakes, Cakes.
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Wet and Flavorful Smile Sep 28, 2015   
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Categories : Teochew | Coffeeshop


I wondered if the old auntie who took my orders was having a bad morning as she was pulling a glum face. Fortunately, it was another auntie who was rolling the popiah, though each roll turned out smaller than expected. Nitty gritty issues aside, I must confessed that the rolls here are one of the better ones I've had.
I doubt it was because I ordered "加辣" as the rolls weren't very spicy. Yet the medley of juices from the braised turnips, sweet sauce and chilli made them extra flavorful.
Although bits of soggy skin stuck to the plate, they were supple enough to hold the fillings, yet YIELDING moist and chewy bites. Gritty, juicy with tingling heat beneath the sweetness, each mouthful was a sensation.

 

 

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $2(Breakfast)

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Spicy Shiok Mee Pok Smile Sep 26, 2015   
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Categories : Singaporean | Chinese | Hawker Centre | Noodles

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Just as most people will bee-line for Chao Zhou Fishball Noodle, I thought Lau Pa Sat Fishball Minced Meat Noodles is also another unexpected good find in the hawker center. There were only two options; either Fishball minced meat or Mushroom minced meat at $3/$4.
It was a quick decision for me to pick the Fishball minced meat noodles since the stall was named after it.
The Mee Pok here is thinner than the average Mee Pok and could easily be mistaken as yellow noodles.Yet they were fresh and toothsome, perhaps even outshining the classic meepok. There was no trace of vinegar but the punchy chilli and soy sauce contributed to a tremendous bowl that caught me swooshing up the noodles in delight.
A wild fistful of cilantro, pork liver, minced meats and crispy pork bits made for a nice recalibration of the palate. But what I liked most is the generous addition juicy shrimp dumplings and He Kiao, which is less visible in bak chor Mee these days.
The only problem seemed to lie in the fishballs that were not very springy. But nonetheless, it's a very huge and satisfying bowl that sustained my enthusiasm right to the end.
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Spending per head: Approximately $4(Lunch)

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Chicken, Cream and Cheese Smile May 20, 2015   
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Categories : Korean | Korean Fried Chicken

Amidst the competitive Korean fried chicken scene in Singapore, FRESH chicken is no longer the key to success. Bring on the CHEESE, WHIPPED CREAM and the secret weapon--SWEET POTATO.
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I wonder if it is due to Singaporeans love for all things creamy and cheese because there are several items of the menu that contains either cheese or cream. One good example is the Nest Snow ($32.90), a bizarre yet wonderfully tasty mountain of Cajun chicken tenders served in a bubbling hot plate of Parmesan, mozzarella and cheddar. To top it all off, a swirl of whipped cream and sprinkles of cheese shavings.
But Chir Chir (pronounced chee-ru chee-ru) does not stop at that. It had secretly ambushed a lump of mash SWEET POTATO beneath the chickens. There was no way one could escape from the intense cheesy-ness of this dish, but the presence of something sweet pulled your senses back into shape. If this was spiced with Chilli flakes, I think I'll be weeping at its culinary blasphemy.

 

 

 

 
 
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Categories : French | Fusion | Bars/Lounges | Restaurant

It's mischievous. It's quirky. It's gentle. It's unpredictable.
Just like an unrestrained rabbit, that took a leap of faith and jump out from its hutch to see the world.
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I experienced a mental block again after an unforgettable evening of gastronomic feast whipped up by Chef Matthew at his new hideout called the Rabbit Stash, a fine-dining restaurant bar situated right at the rooftop of Wangz hotel. The first thing that struck me at first was the rabbit candies that many of us used to eat during our childhood years. But what impressed me even more was the originality of his cuisine--a marriage of French techniques and Asian-Singaporean flavours, infused with his passion for food and the aesthetics.

 

 

 

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $100(Dinner)

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What a shame to have missed out this Tonkatsu gem when I was in Tokyo!
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Imakatsu, a pork cutlet specialty shop which opened its first shop in Roppongi six years ago and Ginza two years ago, has now arrived in Singapore. Since there was a seasonal special menu featuring Fukuoka's Mentaiko, we opted for the Premium Mentaiko Pork Loin Katsu (180g) for $26.80 that is generously garnished with seaweed and spring onions.

While some might worry that the savoury cod roe would overwhelm the natural flavours of the meat, I thought it complemented the meat very well, in fact better than garlic pork loin ($19.80) or the cheese variation at other places. In fact, the Mentaiko makes the pork tasty enough to wean you off the excessive Tonkatsu or sesame dressing.

 
from left clockwise: chicken fillet, garlic pork, mentaiko chicken
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