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Ciao@ - Haji Lane OK Nov 06, 2015   
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Categories : Italian | Live Sports Broadcast | Pasta


Ciao@ is a new F&B concept along Haji Lane. A mixed concept, Ciao@ provides a unique experience, bringing to diners the experience of italian food in a bar. The owners pride themselves with whipping up quality homespun italian recipes.

 
What to eat at Ciao@, here's what we had for the night:

Fritto Del Piceno 

 
A mix of cheese balls fried with veges and chef's surprise. A surprise in every bite. I loved the one with cheese and bacon. Playful and cheeky.

Calamari 

 
So good. If they could be that consistent, this dish would be one of their top drawer. Pan fired Calamari with pine nuts, cherry tomato and olives. Ciao@ has brought back what squid should taste like, the right texture.

Tartufina 

 

 
Classic truffle pizza with lots of mozarella. Simple but satisfying. The crust was a top draw where you can taste that it is freshly made.

Focaccia al Rosmarino 

 
Italian plain pizza topped with fresh rosemary and garlic. A good side finger food but can be a tad pricey.

Stinco Di Maiale Alla Birra 5hands 

 
Prolly the best dish of the night IMO. Both the mash and white cabbage were lovely condiments. That pork knuckle, dapped in beer for two whole days - so different from elsewhere. Don't expect a crispy exterior. It's like a mix of chinese meet western, soft yet slick exterior and meat that slides off the bone.

Bistecca DI Polipo 

 
Grilled Octopus Steak with sauteed spinach. Two slabs of octopus which tasted too much for one to handle. Unique but didn't go down well with my palate.

full review @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2015/10/ciao-haji-lane.html

 

 

 

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $40(Dinner)

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Masizzim @ Somerset 313 OK Nov 06, 2015   
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Categories : Korean


From the same folks who brought you Chir Chir, Masizzim Singapore is Somerset313's latest addition to the Korean food craze.

With hearty portions and loads of wonderful flavours, Masizzim distinguishes itself by serving famous Korean stews and other Korean dishes.

 
What to eat at Masizzim ? Here's what we had.

Sikhye Jar 

 
Brewed malt barely and rice. A sweet drink yet thirst quenching, in house made and very fresh. Similar to the can malt barley drink you find everywhere in Korea.

Rice Balls

Anchovy 

 
Tuna 

 
Served in a bowl, you are encouraged to wear gloves and play with your food. Mix up the ingredients and roll them into balls, or any shapes you wish.

 
Personally, I favoured the anchovy rice balls to the tuna. You get different textures on the anchovy rice balls, the crush of the fish, the rice grains and the flavours mix every well together. Tuna was still good but i preferred that crush feel with every bite for the anchovy.

The stews

Beef Rib 

 
Pork Rib 

 
Well, as everyone had different opinions on the stews, personally I liked the pork one alot. Rich in flavours and the meat of the pork came of easily. The curry chicken and beef stew were good too, just that i preferred the pork more. Let me know which stew you guys liked.

Pancakes

Tomato Cheese Kimchi Pancake 3Hands $13

 
Looked like a pizza and tasted like a pizza. It confused me and I went away wanting for something else. Nonetheless, if you're a fan of cheese, this beef stuff pizza would delight you.

Squid and Leek 4Hands $14

 
My other favourite dish of the night - this squid and leek pancake is rightly crusted all over and the flavor was spot on. Cut out a piece, dip it with the in house sauce and you'll feel the different textures in every bite. I loved it.

 
full review @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2015/10/masizzim-somerset-313.html

 

 

 

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $30(Dinner)

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Dessert Project @ Havelock Road OK Aug 02, 2015   
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Categories : Ice Cream and Gelato


And so I heard of another cafe along Havelock road serving ice creams, waffles and the famous shibuya toast. That's right, if you have heard about it too, it is a new shop under the blocks of flats called Dessert Project.

 
Dessert Project's interior - very simplistic, shades of grey and concrete. With black pipes running like an artwork.

We decided to pop by and we found creative flavours of ice cream - from truffle to parma ham and famous amos flavoured ice cream.

Ice Cream

 
The truffle flavour was way to dense, probably good to share. One scoop is too much for a pax. We liked the famous amos flavour which came out fresh from the kitchen when we arrived. A scoop for $3.80, $4.20 for premium flavours, it compares to most ice cream bars around Singapore.

Nutella Toast

A variety of toast to choose from and we ended up with Nutella. To be honest, the two scoops of rocher and vanilla ice cream were spot on. However, that couldn't be said for the toast. Although light and fluffy, it lacks that punch of butter. You can vaguely taste much butter when you cut open the toast which had us feeling quite disappointed. At $14.90, I would think twice before having this toast the next time.

overallreview: Ful reivew and photos @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2015/07/dessert-project-havelock-road.html

 

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $15(Tea)

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Montana Brew Bar @ POMO (Part 2) Smile Aug 02, 2015   
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Categories : Café | Desserts and Cakes | Burgers and Sandwiches | Salads


So have you heard, Montana Brew Bar now offers burgers to compliment their menu of waffles. Popped by to try out their affordable yet flavourful items.

Truffle Egg Burger 

 
That egg, the piece of melted cheese above the decent chunk of beef patty. Grab it together and take a bite. Shiok I tell you.

Umami Burger 

 
Miso shitakae mushrooms sautéed perfectly, topped above that beef patty. My favourite amongst the burgers. See that generous amount of mushrooms - generous yet just nice.

Pesto Chicken Burger 

 
Chicken, pesto and corn. Something on the safe side. I felt flavours were lacking. Nonetheless, a safe bet in a menu of beef patties.

Thai Lemongrass Prawn Burger

 
Lemongrass prawn patty married with fresh onions and cubes of mango. drizzled with some green curry dressing. A great mix and a seafoody experience.

overall reivew: full reveiew and photos @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2015/07/montana-brew-bar-pomo-part-2.html

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Spending per head: Approximately $15(Lunch)

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Categories : Taiwanese | Ice Cream and Gelato


Coolplay soft serve ice cream has finally nestled in Singapore, amongst the old estate of Toa Payoh. Yeap, that famous soft serve brand from Taiwan is finally opened here on our sunny island, and during a very good time when the weather is scorching hot.

 
Every week, the good folks at CoolPlay will offer four different flavours and I last heard that they have almost 20 different types of flavours to whet our palate. Nonetheless, not all flavours were to our liking but I can safely say that the chocolate and mint will be a fan favourite soon. Other flavours include peanut butter, rum and raisins, matcha, etc.....

overallreview: full review and pictures @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2015/07/cool-play-softserve-toa-payoh-lorong-4.html

 

 
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heavy chocolate
 
Spending per head: Approximately $5

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