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Categories : Korean | Korean Fried Chicken

Was very delighted to be selected for this exclusive food tasting session with OpenRice.

The Chicken Up outlet is very easily located at Parkway Parade.

1) Pineapple Soju - $30++
Can be regarded as a starter drink before your meal. About 20% alcohol, sweet and refreshing, half bottle of Soju is used. Imagine if everyone will to YUM SENG with this pineapple juice at the table, how cool it will be. After finishing the drink, can still scrap out some more pineapple, but make sure you don't puncture the pineapple and waste the juice. The alcohol content is not too strong, so should be pretty easy to handle for a lady especially tongue

 
2) Topokki with Cheese and Seafood - $20++
Very spicy and some sweetness. Not a good choice if you can't take the spicyness. I am glad to have this after the Pineapple Soju as it has paralysed my tongue to start warming up for the rest of the dishes. smile Best eaten hot with glass noodles. Nice chewy rice cake, Kimchi taste not too strong. Lots of seafood ingredients such as mussels, squid, scallops and prawns in a pond of gochujang(red chilli paste) sauce and beef seasoning.

 
3) Makguksu - $12++
Cold Buckwheat noodle salad with seaweed, chilli, vegetable, cabbage, cucumber. Nice vinegar taste to warm up the engine of your appetite too. Got to know from the restaurant manager that this is eaten during the Korean summer period.

 
4) Ugly Tang Stew - $30++
This was eating during the war times by Korean soldiers. Looks more like an organized layout steamboat. The portion is good for 4 pax but it's possible to finish the entire stew as an individual too. Also have lots of incredients like pork belly, sausage, vegetable, macaroni, baked beans and noodles.

 
5) Ganjang (Soya) Chick Wings - $12++
The soya sauce oozed out just after the first bite. Pretty crispy breading.
Fresh chicken is used and marination for at least 12 hours to drown the chicken with flavours for our taste buds. Holdable sized chicken not to poke your face with it and very juicy. Comes in a set of 4 pieces. Maybe after having this, you may not even want to eat the Chinese prawn paste chicken. smile

 

 
6) Yangnyum Chicken Wings - $12++
Felt that the chicken is more tender for this flavour and sweet tasting. Good choice for kids to calm them down at dining place perhaps. Although it's flavoured with korean style sweet chilli sauce, but do not really find it any spicy at all, perhaps the sweetness had actually covered it up instead.

 
7) Bulgogi Fries - $18++
Beef slices marinated in soy sauce accompanied by special home-made ingredients and fries. Such a combination makes it very interesting and yet very delicious until to the back of your throat. smile The creamy mayo sauce made it threatening with more calories but should not be placed as a hazard as there are many ways to burn it away. A pretty addictive finger food, good choice for enjoyment while watching movies too(if allowed). smile

 
8) Kimchi Fries - $18++
Interesting mix of kimchi taste with chicken strips. Crispy fries spread with kimchi and yet brings out the sour taste as if you have just turned into a Korean. Would preferred to be taken while it is still hot, otherwise may just turned soggy.

 
9) Seafood Pancake - $18++
Taste a little like our chinese carrot cake but crispy without the carrot bits. smile
With ingredients like shrimps, chilli pepper, onion and chives and beef seasoning. Do not let it chill to long as the hotness maintains the cripycake of the pancake.

 
10) Jabchae - $14++
Stir-fried glass noodle with carrots and chives in secret blend of beef seasoning that creates the sweet taste. Very light dish to be a starter as well.

 
11) Pineapple Soju Shell - $38++
This will be a great finale to compliment with your main dishes. This is definitely the king of fruit soju at the outlet. The wonder it has always been one of most ordered item for all patrons. Maybe good to chill this out with 4 pax and still feel sober after consumption to have a good sleep. Tasted very fresh and somehow the icey bits is pretty blended very well to keep it very chilled to be consumed.

 
 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Pineapple Soju Shell
 
Table Wait Time: 10 minute(s)


Date of Visit: Dec 08, 2015 

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Categories : Spanish | Bars/Lounges

I am delighted to be able to participate the Open Rice Food Tasing at My Little Tapas Bar
This is the complete Dinner Menu which was shared with us on 23 Feb 2015:
1. Jamon Platter (Spanish Ham) :
a. Serrano (Fermin; Lighter pink - top left hand)
b. Jabugo (10 Vetas; darker red - bottom right)
c. With Munchego cheese, olives with apricots and almonds
When it's the 2 different types of ham is ate along with the Munchego, you can taste it very well with mild salty taste. It is thinly sliced to make it easy to eat. Jamon are actually the back leg of pigs. It's really like eating this as highest grade of ham as equivalent to appreciating wine as it is gone through a process of salt curing over a period of time. Now that explains the price of Jamon sold here. 

 
2. Sadinas en Escabeche (Sardines)
As a fish lover, I do love this although it has strong fishy taste, but it is easy to go with olive oil. This is actually homemade sardines cooked in vinegar, olive oil and smoked paprika, served on toasted bread with pepper purée.

 
3. Gambas Picantes (Shrimps)
Guess this is one of the common Spanish tapas. Very fresh shrimp soaking the essence of olive oil with garlic, chili and smoked paprika, will definitely love to dry up the olive oil with the bread. Loved the strong aroma of the olive oil along with the garlic before savouring. The shrimp's flavour has immensed very well with the olive oil.

 
4. Croquetas de Jamon (Croquettes with Jamon stuffings)
Lightly fried jamon-stuffed creamy croquettes with alioli, loved the creamy sauce oozing out as you bite it. Very crisp and nice. The golden colour makes it very appetizing.

 
5. Coca de Cebolla con Pimientos (Flatbread)
Pls do not get mistaken this with pizza. It's a thin cripsy flatbread topped with
caramelized onions, roasted peppers, anchovies and manchego cheese. Flatbread are usually unleavened, meaning the dough is made without yeast. Very easy on the appetite to make it as a good starter to warm up your tummy.

 
6. Pulpo a la Gallega (Octopus)
You cannot believe how many hours was this prepared with paprika and olive oil, served with potato puree. If you have weak teeth, this is DIE-DIE-MUST-TRY dish you must order because it's really very tender to taste. If you are blind-folded to taste, you may not even realise this is actually a octopus.

 
7. Chuletillas de Cordero (Baby Lamb)
Wow this was saved for the best for last? Never expect this Baby Lamb cutlets to taste so well in a medium-rare cooked preference. Loved the 'slight' bloody juices as I sliced every piece of the lamb. It's tender enough to be consumed and very well cooked to precise timing.

 
8. Tartaleta de Chocolate (Dessert)
If you are a chocolate lover, you cannot miss this crumbly crust chocolate tarlet with homemade strawberry icecream. Loved the rich chocolate taste. Easy to end the meal with when it's not too sweet.

 

 
Supplementary Information:
LADIES' NIGHT: Every Wednesday, $40+, Free Flow Sangria.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Chuletillas de Cordero,Baby Lamb Cutlet,Pulpo a la Gallega,Octopus
 
Date of Visit: Feb 23, 2015 

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MUST DIE DIE TRY - Cold Cockles Smile Nov 07, 2012   
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Categories : Coffeeshop | Zi Char

This place has a lot of signature dishes, but the simple and yet refreshing dish I remember is the plate of cold cockles soaked with garlic and chilli sauce. Even though I am not a cockles lover, but this dish has changed my tastebuds! I will always order this as one of the starters.

But the rule of thumb to visit this place would be around 5pm on weekends as the queue can go really fast, but you always get a good service to have a table allocated the moment it's available depending on your headcount.

I give a 5 / 5! A place you must never miss visiting if you want your saliva to drool endlessly! smile
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Butter Pork Ribs,Cold Cockles,Three Colour Spinach,Golden Mushroom Tofu
 
Date of Visit: Nov 03, 2012 

Spending per head: Approximately $20

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