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Categories : American | Bars/Lounges | Seafood

 
Lobster, lobster and more lobster. Yeap that is what you'd find in this new restaurant at Duxton and one which is similar to that of Burger and Lobster in London. Basically, you get to choose from a very wide menu of 3 dishes - Live whole lobster, Lobster Roll and the Chilli Lobster at $48++ a dish.

The live whole lobster 

Naturally the most popular of the 3 dishes. Comes either Grilled or Steamed. imo, grilled would be the better choice. You can taste the freshness of the lobster, yet having that slightly charred after taste. Really good value for the dish. I'd come back anytime just for this.

 

 
Lobster Roll 

Lobster chunks marinated in mayo and salt, served on a bun, it was good but definitely not worth the price when compared to the fresh grilled lobster above. Worth a try though, if you are in the mood to splurge.

 

 
crediting @rachelxie for these lobster rolls pictures because the lighting was too bad

Chill Lobster 

The dish that divided opinions. Personally (and because i am not a chilli person), this dish was a win. Perhaps suited more towards the western palate, the chilli sauce isn't as authentic as those we find in our seafood joints. Still, i liked it due to the very tangy and lesser chilli-ish taste. Dipped with the deep fried man tou, the mix of flavours would satisy the hungriest of person. I was also impressed by how the lobster was cooked just right, tender and not too tough.

 

 
Overall verdict: read more on my blog.

To read my full review: http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2014/09/all-about-lobster-pince-and-pints-duxton.html

 

 

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  lobster roll
 
Spending per head: Approximately $60

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Categories : French | European | Japanese | Bars/Lounges | Café | Hotel | Seafood

 
A short post today on my recent visit to this restaurant and bar at Tyrwhitt Rd. Opened by DJ Towkay, I saw pictures on instagram on their greenish lava cake and was lucky enough to have a taste of it myself. So how was it?

 
Due to the poor lighting at night, I couldn't capture good shots of the food. Thank goodness for it as the mains were very mehh. First, we had the Babette Chirashi Donburi (2Hands). Was quite disappointed to get such a small portion (yup more rice than sashimi) despite its price (roughly around $20). Definitely not the best around.

 
Next up, the Duck Confit Donburi (3Hands). Although the duck was nicely done, tender and crisp, it comes with rice. Seriously, i dont think rice compliments well with duck confit IMO. For $28, it was a came with a heftly pricetag and I left to rue its misses.

 
this Salmon & Soba (3Hands) was very average. More arrangement than culinary skills. Seemed like the mains didn't hit it well with the group of us. Thankfully, although the mains weren't fantastic, Babette had something up their sleeves which were their desserts.

 

 
Probably their specialty, the Matcha Lava Cake (4Hands) and the Chocolate Lava (4Hands) cake saved the day. Some might find the lava cakes too watery, but it felt that the matcha was real good. It takes skill to create such a good yet not that sweet dessert.

 
To end things off, we found this craft beer rather pleasant. To girls out there who dislike the taste of beer, this Yuzu(a sour citrus fruit) Beer will be your next best friend. A great concoction, going well with the truffle fries.

Overall Verdict: 3Hands. Great for dessert and drinks. It seems that their mains need plenty of improvements to attract the crowd. Worth a try due to the lava cakes, simply photo worthy and fit for the stomach.
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mains were disappointing. desserts were good.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Matcha lava cake
 
Spending per head: Approximately $30(Dinner)

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Categories : Korean | Restaurant | Korean BBQ | Army Stew


Seems like Singapore just can't get enough of Korean food. The highly anticipated Seorae Galmaegi has finally landed in Singapore at CapitaLand Mall Asia's Plaza Singapura. Snaking queue can be seen during dinner time and it's probably a good idea to go early.

 
What to expect at this famed Korean BBQ joint ? Seorae's signature Korean galmaegisal  of course, which is also known as pork skirt meat. The meat is somewhat tender and very flavorful in the marinade.

 
Other than the signature item, we had Samgyeobsal, pork belly, in spicy marinade , Hangjeongsal, pork neck , Woosamgyeob, beef belly and LA Galbi, beef ribs . You can choose to BBQ these meats yourself or Seorae's friendly service staffs will do it for you. Look after your meats carefully and once done, dip them in either the free flow egg at the side or the very delicious melted cheese which comes at $2 a portion (highly recommended by me).

 
Other than the pork, the beef belly has got to be my other favorite BBQ meat here at Seorae. Look at that perfect dip of meat and cheese below. Flavors complimenting one another and it would be a pity if you skip ordering the cheese.

 
overallreview: full review and pics @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2016/04/seorae-singapore-plaza-singapura.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
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Categories : American | Steaks and Grills | Burgers and Sandwiches


The ever famous ribs from Bali has landed on the shores of Singapore. Yeap, I am talking about Naughy Nuri's! Indonesia's reknown bbq glazed pork ribs opens at Capitol Piazza. Pork ribs are one of my favourite food and after hearing of the opening, decided to venture there during their first couple days.

 
How was it ? Well, compared to the Naughty Nuri in Bali, it was so much more expensive. LOL! However, this is probably one of the better places to get your ribs now in Singapore.

We ordered the full rack which cost about $35 (pretty decent serving and pricing). The meat slid off the bones and were tender and very flavourful.

 
We followed up with some Nasi Goreng (fried rice) and sides like fries, corncob and skin. Besides the pork, the other items were rather average. Fries though was one of the better sides that came out from the kitchen.

 
overallreview @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2016/02/naughty-nuris-singapore-capitol-piazza.html

 

 

 

 
 
Table Wait Time: 15 minute(s)


Spending per head: Approximately $30(Dinner)

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Atlas Coffeehouse @ Duke's Road Smile Feb 24, 2016   
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Categories : English | Café | Brunch


The new year brings a new player to the cafe scene. From the people who brought you Assembly Coffee (one of my favorite cafes btw) comes Atlas Coffeehouse. Located along the Bukit Timah stretch, this place is perfect for a weekday afternoon coffee.

 
Opened less than 2 months and I'm already here 4 times. What did i have here at Atlas coffee? Continue reading

Coffee obviously, but that's not all. Mocha was kinda average.

 
Salted Caramel Buttermilk Waffle seems like the one at Assembly. Nothing out of the ordinary. Still one of my favorite waffles around.

 
Decided to try one of their savory mains and the first item which caught my eye was the Creamy Mushroom on Sourdough. The scrabbled egg made the dish ever more photogenic. Tasted great, loved the flavors of the mushrooms and sauce.

 
overallreview: full review @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2016/02/atlas-coffeehouse-duke-road.html

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Spending per head: Approximately $25

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