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amber nectar @ robertson quay Smile Jun 08, 2015   
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Categories : German | Bars/Lounges

Since its launch in 2013, Amber Nectar has been offering beer lovers a range of almost 20 types of beers and quality bar food.

As of May, this pub, located in robertson walk courtyard will be launching - beer growlers. Was lucky to be invited for their launch and witness the whole growling process.

What is a beer growler?

 
this almost 4 pints bottle can is the perfect party partner. Bring it long during house parties and everyone can enjoy beer fresh from the tap.

Otherwise, you can just sit in amber nectar and have a pint or two pints with yummy bar food.

 
if you haven't found a good place for spam fries, this would be it. Crispy and not oily, very good accompaniment for their craft beers.

overallreview: full review and pictures @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2015/06/amber-nectar-robertson-quay.html

 

 

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $40(Supper)

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Do.Main @ tanjong katong Smile Apr 05, 2015   
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Categories : Bakery | Café

As you walk down or drive pass tanjong katong, you will notice this monochromed, black and white like bakery along one of the shophouses. If you are curious enough to explore, you will find that it is actually a french bakery called Do.Main.

 
The brainchild of baker chef Frederic Deshayes, do.main serves up artisan bread and pastries. as well as savoury items for breakfast lunch and dinner.

What did I try ?

The cream puff aka Paris- Brest 

 
Rare for me to post my favourite item as the first dish, but i can't seem to help it. The crisp exterior with that very tasty cream. I can have 3 at one go.

Charcuterie Platter 

 
A combination of duck & pistachio pate, pork rillette and kurobuta ham. Sourdough bread is served together for the platter and that is when bread and meat comes together. Simply adored the kurobuta ham as well as the pate. Quite filling so its worth to share.

Tartiflette “Reblochon” with bacon and potato 

 
The pungent cheese was overwhelming to an extent. aside, it was a good compliment with the breads that were available. that bacon gave the dish this porkish salty flavour marrying well with the potatoes.

Broken eggs 

 
Coming in two flavours - sour cream or tomato, these are essentially the french version of our half boiled eggs but baked in an oven. The reason it is called broken eggs is because one has to use that stick bread and rigorously mix the contents together. A different take but for the price, i would rather have our kopitiam soft boiled anyday.

The elicars 

 
They have a variety of flavours to choose for the elicars. I chose salted caramel and it didn't disappoint.

Cassolette oven baked escargots 

 
Have never been a fan of snails, but this left me wanting for more. The homemade butter garlic blends well with the shallots. A very surprisingly find here. Chef Frederic Deshayes himself posing for us

Full review at http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2015/04/domain-tanjong-katong.html

 

 

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $15

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Chir Chir @ 313Somerset Smile Apr 03, 2015   
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Categories : Korean | Korean Fried Chicken

 
Chir Chir uses only fresh chickens in their outlets, which are married with different flavours and even whipped cream. Sauces are imported direct from the central Chir Chir kitchen in Seoul, giving us diners the exact same tastes as what you would taste in Korea.

 
the drinks

Chir Cream Beer 

 
Inspired by 'a latte kiss' by a hit korean drama, this half or full pint of draught beer topped off with whipped cream is suitable for any occasion. To many, this would be the best of both worlds. For the best taste, stir the foam thoroughly with the beer, but beware of the foaming which comes with the stir.

Tok! Tok! 

 
Comes in different flavours like passion fruit, blue lemonade and green grape, these jug of cocktails gives diners a refreshing choice besides beers

now, the clucking array of food begins ....

the chickens

Crispy fried chicken

 
Two words - Crispy, tender. These chickens goes well with that mustard dipped and for a more tangy taste, the salsa sauce. One of the better fried chickens around.

Garlicky Chicken / Tenders / Wings (5Hands)

 
My favourite dish of the night. The fragrant garlic sauce compliment the chickens really well. What made the dish even gorgeous was the chunks of roasted sweet potatoes and toppoki.

Spicy Chicken / Tenders / Wings 

 
The chilli sauce - SPICY! no joke, if you're no chilli person, it is hard to handle. A must try to those who love spice.

Nest Snow

 

 
The dish that won the most heart. Served on hot plate, cajun chiken tenders lying on a bed of sweet potato mash (the mash is awesome), surrounded by cream sauce and topped with parmesan, mozzarella, cheddar and fresh whipped cream. How not to like i ask you ? A very special and unqiue dish you won't find elsewhere.

overall review: ful reviews and pictures @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2015/03/and-so-second-wave-of-korean-fried.html or follow me on ig @shauneeie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  nest snow,garlicky wings
 
Spending per head: Approximately $30(Dinner)

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Ponggol Nasi Lemak @ Jalan Besar Smile Mar 25, 2015   
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Categories : Singaporean | Coffeeshop | Rice


First opened in the 1970s, Ponggol nasi lemak has slowly
crept into the diet of Singaporeans and has been a popular place to go to
satisfy your craving for this coconut rice dish. Was recently invited to a
tasting of their third and newest outlet at Jalan Besar and left impressed by
the new concept. This modern new look outlet features a fast food style concept
which is a complete opposite to its existing shops.

 
What’s the difference?

They have premium house specialities as well as in-house made
ice cream and sorbet to attract the new age crowd.

Premium House specialities

The Jalan Besar branch features seven house specialities to
the existing array of ingredients from the existing outlets. Here are my
personal favourites:

Grilled Japanese Squid 

 
Air flown from Japan, this premium squid is grilled before
being served with an Indonesian sweet sauce. The squid @ $7.50 a piece goes
well with the coconut rice and is an ingredient in which we do not normally
associate with our nasi lemak.

Signature Ngoh Hiang 

 
These wanton like dumplings are made using the family’s
secret recipe. Minced pork, water chestnut and seasonings are mixed together
before being wrapped in a beancurd skin and then fried. Definitely not as good
as homemade ones but this is as good as you can find outside.

Crispy chicken skin (5hands)

 
A must try dish here and something you can rarely find
elsewhere. Yes, im talking about this irresistible portion of the chicken skin
with curry leaves. Am told that preparing this dish is utterly time consuming
but the family wants diners to enjoy it with the nasi lemak. I agree it goes
very well with the coconut rice, or even individually as a light (but fat)
snack.

The Nasi Lemak as it is

 
A sample of how your nasi lemak set may look like depending on your order. The standard
of rice is markedly similar to the other outlets. To cut down on man power, the
eggs are fried automatically and are consistent throughout. Amongst all, my
personal favourite – the sayo lodeh, curry vegetables which goes really well
with the rice.

Lastly, we have come to desserts ....

Ice cream and sorbets

 

 
The only outlet to sell ice creams and sorbets comes in a
variety of favours – Raspberry Mango, Lemongrass Lime, Pink Guava, Grape,
Passion Fruit, Milo, Peanut Butter and Green tea. 

Overall review: full review @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2015/03/ponggol-nasi-lemak-jalan-besar.html or follow me @shauneeie on ig for more foodie treats.

 

 

 

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  nasi lemak
 
Dining Offers: 試食活動


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23 Jumpin @ Tai Seng Smile Feb 23, 2015   
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Categories : Café | Brunch

In the heart of the industrial estate at Tai Seng sprouts a cafe - 23Jumpin. Meant to serve the needs of hungry factory workers looking for something different in the neighbourhood, this family run F&B is slowly ringing bells around the cafe scene.

The Coffee 

 
Serving pretty good coffee as well as ice chocolate. You can even pose for a picture with the iconic 23Jumpin scooter just outside the cafe.

Eggs Ben 

 
Decent eggs ben served. Nothing much yo shout about, although i like that the holladndaise sauce given was just right, not too much, yet enough to taste the eggs ham and leaves.

Duck Confit 

 
The mash was a winner. The duck differs from many, having a more stewed skin den a crispy one. Flavours were good and the gravy coming from the slow cooked duck leg after 6 hours was mouth watering.

Pizza Waffle (5Hands)

 
a full 5 hands because of the sheer creativity done to a waffle. this is a waffle topped with pizza ingredients and served as a waffle pizza. I liked how the batter was fragrant and yet could complement the flavours of the Hawaiian and the mushroom cheese. I was told that it took hours of practise and loads of feedback to get it to this quality. kudos and i must say 23 Jumpin is bringing waffles to another level.

Tiramisu 

 
Nothing much to rave about this. Average, really average.

Full review: http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2015/02/23-jumpin-tai-seng.html or 
follow me on Instagram: @shauneeie or like my Facebook page: @shauneeie for more foodie escapades.

 

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  pizza waffle,duck confit
 
Spending per head: Approximately $12(Lunch)

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