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Fascinating Smile Jul 28, 2013   
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Categories : Café | Desserts and Cakes | Pasta | Chinese Soup | Burgers and Sandwiches | Salads

Bought a discount voucher from deal.com.sg for $7.90 which included a Pie + Mash Potato + Salad + Fresh Brew! I think it was so worth it as the pie was REALLY REALLY GOOD!!!!
The voucher allowed me to choose from:
Duck Confit
Chicken and Cheddar
Lamb Shank
Seafood Laksa Shepherd
Wagyu Beef Cheek
Chicken and Mushroom
Creamy Seafood

I wanted the Seafood Laksa Shepherd as I thought it was the most unique one but they have already ran out of it. PLEASE BAKE MORE!!
So I ordered the Lamb Shank:

 
WOW! i was truly amazed! The crust was flaky and crisp where once you sink your teeth into it, it felt like your tastebuds found true love. It was so magical! I felt like I was eating something that angels made! The lamb itself was really soft and juicy. I like that the pie was able to hold these kind of meat that needed sauce to pair with so as to enhance the taste. But the lamb shank did not need much sauce as it just melts in your mouth!
The mash potato was really awesome too. It was light and fluffy and you won't feel sick of it as the gravy was really nice.
I also like the salad that had this really special dressing, it's like a little sour but sweet at the same time. Really interesting sauce!

They also gave an ice cream and I chose the chocolate flavour. I felt that it was too sweet although it tasted a little like milo which was pretty good. But too much of it makes me sick. Luckily they had free flow water (self-serve) so you can take as much you want to wash down the sweetness.

 
P.S you're also allowed to take a cookie from the counter for your tea! (Free-flow)

Guess what! I went home and quickly bought my vouchers so as to try out the other pie flavours! haha!
 
Spending per head: Approximately $8

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Light lunch OK Jul 28, 2013   
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Categories : Thai | Restaurant | Seafood | Kids-Friendly

Went for a light lunch with my friends and I had to watch them eat as I wasn't that hungry. Snapped some pictures of the food that I was interested in and had a little taste of though! tongue

These were the 2 dishes that I had a quick taste of:

 
1. Stir Fried Long Beans with Thai Shrimp Paste ($7.50)
My friends always call me the rabbit of the group as I can't resist eating their vegetables and I'm also given whatever kinds of vegetables they don't like! HAHA! I like that although the paste looks menacing, it was actually not that spicy and I could still take it. Although after awhile, I had to reach for my glass of water to quench the fire slowly burning up. The long beans was also crunchy and nice!

 
2. Moon Prawn Cakes ($8.50). This dish was either new/chef recommended thus my friends picked it. I think it's not too bad. The filling taste a little bit like fish cakes with prawns in it and was crispy on the other as it was fried. I also especially like the sweet and spicy sauce provided! Eating the prawn cakes with the sauce was a good match!

I like both the dishes equally well and I'm glad I decided to follow along even though I wasn't hungry, if not i would've missed out on trying tese 2 dishes! tongue
 
Spending per head: Approximately $9

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Not for me.  Cry Jul 28, 2013   
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Categories : Japanese | Sushi/Sashimi

The new seasonal promotion menu caught my eye due to its bright and happy colours.

So I decided to try the Salmon & Ikura Cream Udon with Char Siew Rice ($14.80)

 
OH MY! THE SOUP IS.. totally not for me. It was WAY TOO milky, tasted like I was drinking fresh milk and eating noodles. I felt that it was a bad combination but if you really like milk-based dishes, this dish should be able to satisfy you. On a side note, the salmon was nice as I was able to sort of get rid of the milky taste with the wasabi. I also ate the noodles together with the char siew rice. Funny combi, but the milk part kind of went together with the rice and it wasn't as bad. I left the whole bowl of soup untouched which I felt like it was a waste as I usually wipe dry the bowl ): The char siew rice was normal.

If you ask me, I would definitely not want to try this again.
 
Spending per head: Approximately $15

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Grade A! Smile Jul 28, 2013   
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Categories : Porridge/Congee

After eating the awesome food at the chinatown branch, I couldn't resist queuing for this again at a place nearer to my house! Thankfully the queue wasn't very long as people ate really quickly and the staff were really swift in their clearing and setting up of table for the next patron.

I ordered the claypot sliced fish porridge ($8.90)

 
I like the consistency of the porridge, not too thick and not too watery. But this porridge was on the thicker side which makes it feel like more work has been put into cooking it! HAHA! There were also many fish slices inside which tasted really fresh and I'm so glad there isn't any small bones that are sometimes overlooked by the chef.

 
To complement the simple porridge, I also ordered the claypot sesame oil chicken ($11.90). I like that the dish came out piping hot! REALLY hot! you can see the steam from the dish itself in the photograph. However, it tasted a little too salty on its own. Luckily I had the bland porridge which was enhanced by the saltiness of the chicken. I created a good combination! YAY!

I also saw other patrons who seem to be eating some type of claypot rice which smells really fragrant! Will try it the next time round smile

 
Spending per head: Approximately $10

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hmm.  OK Jul 28, 2013   
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Categories : American | Café | Desserts and Cakes | Steaks and Grills | Salads | Brunch

After watching many cooking shows online, I was delighted to know that P.S cafe served this Pineapple Meringue Pie!
As you walk into the restaurant, you're greeted with this soft touch of classical music and beautiful flower arrangements jumps out from everywhere. If this is not the life of the high-fliers, I don't know what is. Visited the washroom and I was surprised but this HUGE bouquet of flower arrangement which took up almost 3/4 of the mirror infront of me which I thought was funny. Also, while walking towards our seat, a long row of pretty cakes greeted us and was totally taunting me to try them all!
The place has this really rustic feel to it and during the odd hours, there was hardly anyone there on a weekday and so my company and I had the whole of the second floor to ourselves.

We ordered this Pineapple Meringue Pie served with vanilla ice cream ($14)

 
The taste didn't really stick with me although you could taste the pineapple really strongly. After recalling how difficult it is to make this meringue, I decided to savour it slowly. Considering the price, I don't think I would want to try this one anymore.
I will definitely want to go back to try their sticky date pudding which the waitress recommended as the favorite of many customers.
 
Spending per head: Approximately $15

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