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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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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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Categories : Café

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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Teppei @ Tanjong Pagar Smile Nov 08, 2014   
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Categories : Japanese | Hotel | Sushi/Sashimi | Omakase


Teppi has been taking Singapore by storm recently and after months of waiting (the queue i last heard was 4 months & also thanks to rachel for booking the place) finally got the chance to savor Japanese omakase at such an affordable price. Omakase dining simply means letting the chef decide your menu for the day, whipping up food which he feels like serving.

 
The appetizers

 

 

 
Salad greens, grilled peas and that very yummy fried salmon skin. 1 piece really ain't enough but that was what we got.

The Starters

 

 

 

 
Japanese poporn on the stalk! Photo worthy and really crunchy too. The plate of fresh sashimi was as good as it gets. Great quality fishes - the tuna was not tiny bit tough as you might expect from elsewhere. You bite down and it melts in your mouth. As you can expect, the salmon was really good too. The only item which i felt wasn't to my liking was the yuzu clam soup. Still not a fan of yuzu.

Those cooked fishes

 

 

 

 
It was to my surprise that we had more fish dishes than I orginally thought. Those who know me well knows that I am not a fan of cooked fish - and I guess this is the part which I really didn't enjoy. However, the seared codfish was excellent. Tasted more like pork than fish to me where the distinct codfish odour was almost non existent. Can't really say much about the yuzu salmon soup, soy braised fish & tempura fishhh because they had that overwhelming fishy taste which I dislike. Nonetheless, all wasn't wasted as there were many peeps to eat them up for me.

Almost there!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Yes, more food on the way. A maki roll with fresh choppped sashimi. That Japanese tomato which was sweet and juicy - unlike those sold in Singapore, was really awestuck by this seemingly unpretentious item. The grilled chest nut tasted meh but the foie gras, puffer fish skin, beef and salmon aburi were mouthwatering.

The Game.

 

 
Mashed green peas and eggs served on a spoon. The catch - outta of 20 spoons, 10 were infused with lots of fresh WASABI. So, will you be the lucky or unlucky one. Thankfully, I was the lucky few to make it out from the challenge without tearing. However, greedy me decided to volunteer to have another go at the last spoon because there was short of one person that night. All i can say, i almost choked and teared uncontrollably for that one minute. Thank you for the experience Mr Teppei

Almost at the end - The Mains

 

 
Yes, for mains, we could choose from a selection and out came kimchi fried rice and spoonfuls of aburi. In my honest opinion, go for the spoonfuls of aburis - from monkfish, salmon, raw prawn and some slimy part of the fish, these items will leave a mark on your palate instead of that ordinary looking kimchi fried rice.

Desserts

 
Very average ice creams - seaseme, yuzu, calpis, but it was fine because we were so full from the other items.

overall review: read my full review @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2014/11/teppei-tanjong-pagar.html

 

 

 

 

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  sashimi,cricket,foie gras
 
Spending per head: Approximately $100

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Categories : Café | Desserts and Cakes | Pasta


Lo and behold. Singapore is the first in Southeast Asia, to open the Pompompurin Café at Orchard Central with much fanfare. For a weekend ritual, make this cafe the perfect spot for parents to spoil their kids with the famous canine-themed décor.

 
Talk about a menu overloaded with colours and cuteness, we had Pompompurin’s Coconut Milk Chicken Curry . It’s a dish made up of chunks of chicken and mild coconut curry, topped off with veggies shaped as hearts, forks, stars and spoons. And, you have an adorable Pompompurin head-shaped rice to make you happy. It’s not spicy, but it tastes somewhat sweet instead. Still, the dish’s cuteness made up for everything!

 
For drinks, we picked the Cookie & Cream Caramel Latte . If you have a sweet tooth, this could be a drink and dessert for you. It’s a sweet and delicious drink, but its rich flavours can be too sweet for my liking. So, what are you waiting for? Unleash the inner child in you and indulge in the irresistibly cuteness of Pompompurin today! Overall review: full review and pics @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2016/04/pompompurin-cafe-orchard-central.html

 

 

 

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $40

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