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Categories : Thai | Seafood | Chinese Soup


A new concept from ThaiExpress, Basil by thaiexpress targets the young, wild and trendy food goers. Its debut outlet at kallang wave mall aims to attract the young and wild generation seeking good and afforable food with a hip and rustic ambience.

 
so am told that the dishes at this new outlet are mostly whipped up from scratch. It is evident as I could taste that most of the ingredients such as the prawns and coconut used were really fresh.

the dishes

Papaya Salad 

 
Light refreshing and all so spicy. I was just back from thailand a couple weeks ago and i realise how a good papaya salad comes about is the need for fresh ingredients.

Thai Fish cake

 
You can't go wrong with fish cakes. The one my basil was a tad soft but still had that otah thai fish cake taste. Marries well with the sweet and spicy sauce provided too!

Thai style salted egg calamari

 
Fried calamari on a wooden dish topped with salted egg yolk sauce. I would say very different from the usual thai salted egg yolk calamaris dished out in Singapore, this is more dry and less sweet. Nonetheless, that taste buds wowing salted egg yolk still delighted the table.

Songkran chicken wings 

 
Wings made to celebrate the Songkran festival. Although it was quite salty, the wings were fragrant and juicy. The seasoning bits over the chicken gave the wings that crunchy sweet texture.

Stir-fried Phuket Bee Hoon 

 
Phuket style bee hoon which was my other favourite dish of the night. That lime gave the whole dish a zesty flavour, coupled with the bee hoon which (my guess) was fried with coconut sauce. Tiger prawns adding a seafood taste to the entire dish. A unique flavour all round.

time for desserts

Mango sticky rice

 
Coconut sauce and mangoes were fresh. Apart from that, nothing much to rave about.

 
overall review: ful review and pictures @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2015/04/basil-by-thai-express-kallang-wave-mall.html

 

 
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Mango sticky rice, omelette
 
Spending per head: Approximately $15

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montana brew bar @ POMO OK Mar 11, 2015   
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Categories : Café | Desserts and Cakes | Burgers and Sandwiches | Salads


This newly opened coffee bar has set its sights to offer not only brewed coffee but also waffles in many forms to us diners. From the team that brought us Roosevelt’s Diner, more will be expected from the people at Montana to whet our appetites.

The coffee

 
the waffles

Southern Fried Chicken Waffle Sanwich

 
Who hates fried chicken? not me! Spicy southern mustard slaw coupled with that southern fried chicken, sandwich by two waffles. Portion is good for sharing and i like how crispy the chicken was, that said, the chicken can be quite dry inside.

Matcha Strawberry Field Waffle 

 
The mango passionfruit spheres were amazing. The reason spheres were used is so that the waffle served will not be soggy. Felt that the matcha waffle was a tad too dense but the rest loved it somehow. Good for sharing as the waffle can be quite heavy.

Don't want waffles?

Dont't fret! Montana serves burgers too!

 
full review and pictures @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2015/03/montana-brew-bar-pomo.html

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Recommended Dish(es):  mac and cheese waffle
 
Spending per head: Approximately $12(Lunch)

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Nunsongyee @ Serangoon gardens OK Feb 23, 2015   
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Categories : Korean | Café | Desserts and Cakes

Deep within serangoon gardens lies a dessert shop where few would come across - Nunsongyee, which is getting more and more popular by the day. This couple month old Korean dessert cafe sells ice kachang, in korean style. Yes it is called bingsu.Black Sesame Bingsu 

 
The dish looked spectacular but i wasn't impressed upon trying the dish. The ingredients tasted very separated and didn't blend well with the ice shavings. Particularly the sesame and the red bean didn't go well together in my opinion.

overall review: full review and pictures@  http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2015/02/nunsongyee-serangoon-gardens.html

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Spending per head: Approximately $10(Supper)

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Categories : Middle Eastern/Mediterranean | Bars/Lounges

Medzs is introducing its breakfast menu to the city people @ Raffles Place. Located conveniently from Exit A, us, the city workers, have a new alternative for weekday breakfast.the eat ins

Scramble Eggs with Chicken Sausage, Mushroom and Bacon 

 
a simple dish which whets the appetite of everyone - scrambled eggs. Coupled with sausages and that perfectly cooked mushroom, a light serving for a good breakfast.

Egg White Scramble with Smoked Salmon Gravlax 

 
At $4.90, i liked this more than the scrambled eggs and yes this is much healthier with just egg whites. Although a tad salty with the smoked salmon, mix well and the egg white will complement the salmon well.

the take aways

Artisan Sanwiches and Baguette 

 

 
From right to left - Laugen Brotchen with Pork Bierschinken & Red Cheddar Cheese (German) - $11.90, Beef Pastrami with Rustic Baguette (French) - $12.90, Olive Ciabatta with Prosciutto & Veal Paprika Lyoner Ham (Italian) - $12.90, Italian Panini Bread with Tomato Capresse & Buffalo Mozzarella (Italian) - $12.90. Don't be fooled by the size, its just the small portion we are getting. Its actually quite big.

the croissants 

 
These croissants are the perfect takeaways. They have it spicy - turkish spiced chicken, they have it in seafood - lemonade crab meat mayo, and they have it traditional - ham and cheese. I preferred the ham and cheese, but all three flavours had their merits. Good for take away which is easy for a bite.

overall review: full review and pictures @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2015/02/medzs-raffles-place-breakfast-for-us.html

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Spending per head: Approximately $10(Breakfast)

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Club Meatballs @ China Square  OK Jan 05, 2015   
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Categories : Pasta | Brunch

This space at China Square serves up meatballs as their specialty dish hence the name - Club Meatballs. With its chic modern setting, this new F&B joint gives us, city workers, one more reason to stay around the area for dinner and chill out after work.

Calamari 

 
Calamari served in a traditional dimsum basket. You don't expect more but the sauce for the deep fried squids is so different from elsewhere. The mojo picon and garlic aioli compliments the calamari perfectly. Worth the stomach.

Pimp my balls 

 

 
We diners get to choose between 5 diferent types of meat. Next, you get to choose 5 type of sides to compliment the meatballs and lastly a sauce finish the dish.

Personally, I felt that the pork was a tad too blend and dry whereas the beef was the better of the meat balls. Truffle mushroom was my choice of sauce while tomato & basil could do no wrong either. To end off, I prefer the freshly made papadelle and the roasted veges. The risotto was poor in my opinion. A meatball dish is good for 2 if you're not hungry. A dish to yourself can make you feel very 'gelak'.

overall review: read my full review @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2015/01/club-meatballs-china-square.html

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  calamari
 
Spending per head: Approximately $30(Dinner)

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