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joo bar @ tan quee lan street Smile Feb 14, 2015   
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Categories : Korean | Bars/Lounges

I believe most of you won't know where Tan Quee Lan Street at first mention. But it is where most of us frequent when we crave for steamboat. Yeap, located just opposite Bugis Junction, Tan Quee Lan street is parallel to the steamboat street at bugis.

Joining a host of korean F&Bs in Singapore - Joo Bar, is the latest offering in store for us. Parked at the centre of the street, Joo Bar is housed in a 3 story shophouse with a sleek and modern chill interior.

 
Makgeolli 

 
The first in Singapore to house brew their own makgeolli, fans of this rice wine choose from a vary of different flavours - original, lychee, yucha, mango and strawberry. My personal favourites would be the lychee and yucha. Both flavours have a well mix blend of rice wine and flavouring, a treat in my opinion.

Kimchi chicken pot pie

 
Kimchi chicken potpie. That golden crust hides a very tasty stew of chicken, vege and kimchi. Good after many rounds of drinks which warms up the stomach.

Tofu Chips 

 
These tofu chips were excellently done, goes well with the alcohol drinks and pairs with guacamole and kichi salsa. A blend of koren and western, loved this item the moment i popped one into my mouth

Slow Roasted Mangalitsa belly 

 
Pork belly which was brined, massaged and steamroasted for hours, served with shredded chive and chill falkes with soy sauce seasoning. That tender piece of pork is the highlight.

Warm kimchi with toufu and spam 

 
Who doesn't love spam? Kimchi, spam and toufu? haha yes, they have it all here. Take your pick. I can only say their kimchi here is really very good. The spam though can be more crispy.

Hand chopped korean minced rib steak 

 
I'm no beef eater, but this mix of US prime beef served with chopped nuts and garlic flakes will leave any foodie wanting for more. Nicely done and the group thought it was a dish worth coming back for.

overall reiew: full review and pictures @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2015/02/joo-bar-tan-quee-lan-street.html or follow me @shauneeie on ig

 

 

 

 

 

 
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opens for dinner only
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Makgeolli,Tofu Chips
 
Spending per head: Approximately $50(Dinner)

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chabuton @ somerset 313 Smile Feb 10, 2015   
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Categories : Japanese | Ramen

Only available for a limited period of time i.e. 17 Jan to 31 March 2015, Chabuton introduces to ramen lovers - The Kurobuta. Currently having 3 outlets at Somerset 313, Tampines 1 and Star Vista, diners get to enjoy this exquisite dish created by Chef Yasuji Morizumi.

The Kurobuta 

 
A blend of chicken collagen and tonkotsu soup, it was recommended that you shouldn't mix the whole dish when served. At $18.90, it justified its price and tag and gives leaves diners with the satisfied take away.

full review and phtotos @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2015/02/chabuton-somerset-313.html

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $25(Dinner)

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I guess I'm really quite late in writing a review although I have been raving about this place since its opening. But who cares, better late than never. Located at the far reaches of jalan bukit bo swee, sin lee foods is one of the few unique cafes to take over an existing old coffeeshop, converting it into a modern hipster cafe. Sine its inception, the people at Sin lee foods have been serving up a unique menu that is far different from what you might expect a normal cafe might offer.

Smoked Salmon Hash 

 
Deconstructed presentation at its best. Chunked potatoes, generous portion of smoked salmon, some greens, ending of with a light sprinkle of dressing salt and pepper. Cut up that runny sunny folk and mix the cohesive dish together. The chunks of potatoes could be slightly bigger to complement those huge slices of salmon, otherwise, a very imaginative dish in my opinion.

Salted egg yolk sweet potato fries 

 
Mixing up two singapore favourites into one - sweet potato fries and salted egg yolk. I would say this dish has its share of likers and haters. I'm part of the former, ordering this dish every occasion i'm here at sin lee. I find that it has the right balance of flavours, although at occasions the salted egg yolk drizzled can be a tad less. The fries are fried to crisp, salted egg yolk with curry leaves are poured over. I can find no where else serving such a thoughtful dish.

Chicken and waffle 

 
What can I say another this dish, I have been raving about it since my virgin visit to sin lee, and the reason why I go back time after time - because no where else does this chicken waffle quite like sin lee. The waffles here are thick, crispy on the outside yet moist in the inside. That batter flavour is delicious tooo. Next, that fried chicken. Coated with probably a hint of prawn paste, deep fried till crisp. You pour that home-made maple syrup and the dish is complete. If you are not a coleslaw person, request for it to be separated.

overall review: full review and pictures @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2015/01/sin-lee-foods-jalan-bukit-ho-swee.html

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  chicken and waffle,sweet potato fries
 
Spending per head: Approximately $25(Lunch)

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Categories : Café | Pasta | Burgers and Sandwiches

Another cafe has opened its door in my hood in toa payoh - The Daily Press. This under the block cafe in the midst of the ageing estate, serves up a good variety of sandwiches with a twist. Coffee's from liberty coffee.

The Coffee

 
Found out that the beans used are from liberty coffee and I liked how the beans are mixed to give that very neutral, non acidic flavour. If you are lucky and imaginative, you can give catch a pokeball shot in the shop.

K.F.C (Korean 'Fried' Chicken) sandwich

 
First impression counts and the the sandwich  was a real treat. The bread was a tad tough (due to its nature) but very flavorful. It complements that made from scratch korean fried chicken. Found out that the Daily Press makes their own kimchi, marinates the chicken in it and bakes the chicken with crumbs. All these work just that we can savour this dish on our table.

overall reviewtongueictures and full review @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2015/01/the-daily-press-lorong-1-toa-payoh.html  or follow me on ig http://instagram.com/shauneeie for more food hunts

 

 
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close on mondays
 
Recommended Dish(es):  coffee,kfc sandwich,beef sanwich
 
Spending per head: Approximately $15(Lunch)

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koji sushi bar @ china square Smile Jan 20, 2015   
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Categories : Japanese | Sushi/Sashimi | Omakase

and so the trend continues with another japanese sushi bar popping up in the city. This time it is Koji Sushi bar @ China square. Serving up sushis, donburis for lunch and a omakasae menu for dinner. A quaint, modern setting, Koji can sit 22 pax while Chef Benny and his team work their magic in the middle. what did we have ?

Yuzu soda

 
Calpis soda

 
Both he yuzu and the calpis were made fresh. Refreshing drinks which goes well with our hot climate. I preferred the calpis more.

Sashimi platter of 5 fishes

 
The sashimi platter works best for a couple because most come in pairs. Really fresh, as what you might expect for a good japanese restaurant

Sashimi donburi

 
Served in normal white rice or brown nice, this sashimi don sums up what you can expect for a really good, satisfying and affordable japanese meal. Portions were reasonable for $17 and sashimi are cubed rather than minced. Every mouthful of rice comes with a piece of sashimi. catching chef Benny

overall review: check out my full review @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2015/01/koji-sushi-bar-china-square.html

 

 

 

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  sashimi don
 
Spending per head: Approximately $35(Dinner)

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