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This is Chubby Botak Koala living in Hougang/Kovan. I am a Foodies, work in Ang Mo Kio. I like to hang out in Serangoon, Katong, Tampines. Singaporean, Chinese, Multi-Cuisine are my favorite cuisines. I also love Hawker Centre, Restaurant, Café, Bistro and Roasted Meat, Desserts and Cakes, Dim Sum, Something not too spicy.
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1 Tyrwhitt Bistro & Bar

1 Tyrwhitt Bistro & Bar

 
A new gastropub has joined the line up of the hippest area near Jalan Besar. During the day, 1 Tyrwhitt Bistro & Bar ('1T') provide a good lunch option as the menu are reasonably priced. In the evening, it provide a good place to chill out and hang out with friends.
Part of the Bar area

Part of the Bar area

 
Part of the dining area

Part of the dining area

 
The décor of this place followed the modern chic industrial type. Although the lighting was pretty dim in the evening, it can easily turn into kids friendly private function location during the day. As a bistro and bar, the food line up consist of pizzas, pastas, burgers, and other typical gastropub food.
The Bar

The Bar

 
One of the signature dishes here are the 12” pizzas, which are handcrafted and baked to a perfect crisp. The most popular one here is Black Truffle Egg Pizza ($23.80). The toppings consist of wild mixed mushroom, mozarella & parmesan cheese. Topped with egg and drizzled with aromatic truffle oil. Though I was late to the tasting, luckily the group left me with a slice of this pizza. While the pizza is no longer hot, the aroma of truffle still linger that goes with the thin and crisp crust. Yum Yum.
A slice of Black Truffle Egg Pizza

A slice of Black Truffle Egg Pizza

 
Meat Lovers Pizza

Meat Lovers Pizza

 
We also tried 2 other type of pizza: Meat Lovers Pizza ($19.80) and Cheese Lovers Pizza ($19.80). Both pizzas have thin and crisp crust. For me, meat lovers mean that whole surface of the pizza must be covered with meat which was not the case here. Although it is tasty, I did not get a meatgasm when I bit into this pizza. Meanwhile, the Cheese Lovers Pizza is definitely a must try for cheese lovers. While most pizzaria will stop at 4 types of cheeses, 1T uses 5 types of Italian cheeses: mozzarella, scamorza, gorgonzola blue cheese, taleggio and feta cheese. So watch out for the pungent aroma from the blue cheese.
Cheese Lovers Pizza

Cheese Lovers Pizza

 
Aglio e Olio pasta ($16.80). This traditional garlic flavoured pasta cooked with tiger prawns and mushrooms. The pasta is al dente, while the mushroom and prawns provide a simple and clean flavour to the dish. Watch out for the chilli padi lurking in the dish, ready to whack your tastebuds. Those chilli lovers will definitely embrace this dish.
Aglio e Olio pasta

Aglio e Olio pasta

 
Seafood Marinara Pasta ($17.80). A combination of seafood simmered in a fragrant tomato sauce and served over pasta. While the seafood taste fresh like the ocean, it seems the seafood in tomato sauce with the pasta do not gel together. Meanwhile their Carbonara Bacon Pasta ($16.80) is rich, creamy. The combination of bacon and cheese is just so comforting.
Seafood Marinara

Seafood Marinara

 
Carbonara Bacon Pasta

Carbonara Bacon Pasta

 
As a gastropub, a delicious bar food is a must have. Crispy Mid Wings ($10) at 1T will give you the finger-licking experience and goes down well with your beer. It actually remind me of the McWings. The skin is crispy and the meat is juicy. A good companion with a glass of beer.
Crispy Mid Wings

Crispy Mid Wings

 
The heartiest items on the menu are their Grilled Salmon ($20.80), Chicken Chop ($16.80) and Pork Chop ($16.80). Portions for the salmon and chicken chop are very generous and perfectly executed. The grilled salmon basked in lemon butter sauce, which has the tanginess to balance the fatty salmon. Meanwhile the chicken chop accompanied with savoury brown sauce. The chicken skin was crispy, while the meat remain succulent.
Grilled Salmon

Grilled Salmon

 
Chicken Chop

Chicken Chop

 
The most memorable food for the night is the Pork Chop. Perfectly cooked, with a hint of pinkness in the middle part of the meat. In a bite, you can feel the pork just melts in your mouth. The flavour full brown gravy provide a perfect companion to the dish.
Pork Chop

Pork Chop

 
For desserts, 1T kept it simple, down to three items only. We tried two out of three of their homemade desserts, Tiramisu ($8.80) and Panna Cota ($8.80). The tiramisu is soft, moist and packs of coffee liquor. While the panna cotta is light, smooth and well balance with the strawberry coulis.
Panna Cota

Panna Cota

 
Tiramisu

Tiramisu

 
Overall, for a New Kid on the Block, the food in 1T are good. They keep their menu manageable, reasonably priced and focus on serving the best items only. My pick from all the items are the Pork Chop, Black Truffle Egg Pizza and Tiramisu. There are some dishes that need a little fine-tuning, but definitely a place to go for lunch and chill out. So if you are around Jalan Besar, give this place a try. Cheers!!

Thanks to Paul & Karen from 1 Tyrwhitt team and Elle (Artic Star) for tasting invitation.

 
Recommended Dish(es):  Pork Chop,Panna Cota,Tiramisu,Grilled Salmon,Carbonara Bacon Pasta,Black Truffle Egg Pizza
 
Dining Offers: 試食活動


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Ultimate Crab Bee Hoon Smile Sep 28, 2015   
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Long Ji

Long Ji

 
Long Ji Crab Bee Hoon

Long Ji Crab Bee Hoon

 
Crab Bee Hoon is one of the dish that LD and I totally have a soft spot for. Dunno how, LD found this new place Long Ji and we fell in love with their Crab Bee Hoon (Long Ji Bee Hoon Crab $55/kg). From the look, it will not win the prettiest crab dish contest, however, who cares as long as it tasted fantastic. The broth / gravy is robust and packs with the freshness and sweetness of the crabs. The bee hoon is covered with Wok Hei, slightly al dente yet manage to soak up the beautiful gravy. For this dish, it is important to use female crab, as the roe adds flavour to this dish together with fried shallots and pork lard. The crabs are good in size and fresh. So definitely worthy to be the signature dish of Long Ji.
Long Ji Crab Bee Hoon - Check out the Roe

Long Ji Crab Bee Hoon - Check out the Roe

 
For this dish, Chef Mac Kong (who can be mistaken for a member of Taiwanese Boy Band) will only use one crab for each servings. So if you ordered 2 crabs, you will get 2 servings of Crab Bee Hoon. At our last visit, we ordered 2 crabs and end up have to packed one of the dish. To my surprise, it even tasted better the next day. The Chef also gave us some extra broth and packed them in different container. What a great service!!
Black Pepper Crab

Black Pepper Crab

 
If this version of the crab dish is not to your liking, you can try their black pepper crab. Using the male Sri Langkan crab, stir fried and coated with Malaysia version of black pepper crab. It has a nice black pepper aroma to it, but not as spicy as the Singapore version. We still prefer the Crab Bee Hoon way of cooking.
Fermented Pork Belly

Fermented Pork Belly

 
Fermented Pork Belly

Fermented Pork Belly

 
To accompany the crabs, we suggest you also try their Fermented Pork Belly ($20 / medium). Crispy, well seasoned and moist internally, and provide you with a good porkgasm experience. Of course if you prefer the chicken version, their Shrimp Paste Chicken ($10 / small) is also pretty good, however we found the seasoning did not penetrate beyond the skin. So the meat can be a bit lacklustre compare to the pork.
Shrimp Paste Chicken

Shrimp Paste Chicken

 
For Fish Head Curry Lovers, their Curry Fish Head ($25) is an absolute mind blower. They use chilli padi in the curry, it will literally blow you head off. The curry gravy was thick, robust and well absorbed into the fish. If you are looking for a “rice thief” dish here, this is definitely the one.

Crispy Fried Baby Squid in Rojak Sauce ($12). This a good dish to open up your appetite. The squid is deep fried till crispy, and the rojak sauce is not overly sweet, unlike the regular caramel sauce. Not only a good starter, but a good dish to go with your beer.
Crispy Fried Baby Squid in Rojak Sauce

Crispy Fried Baby Squid in Rojak Sauce

 
Romaine Lettuce Stir Fried with Fermented Beancurd ($8 / small). A good vegetable dish, with a touch of Cantonese cooking of the fermented beancurd. Panfried Salted Egg Pork Ribs ($15 / small) might be a dish you want to avoid. We find the meat over-tenderised, it does not tasted like pork. Though we are a fan of salted egg dishes, but this might not be right dish.
Romaine Lettuce Stir Fried with Fermented Beancurd

Romaine Lettuce Stir Fried with Fermented Beancurd

 
Panfried Salted Egg Pork Ribs

Panfried Salted Egg Pork Ribs

 
Service here is friendly, but don't expect restaurant standard. As Chef Mac Kong and cooked almost each of the dish personally, be prepare for the food to come at a slower pace. Called ahead to book the crabs, and reservation is recommended everyday. Expect a longer waiting time on the weekend and they only accept cash payment only.

Overall, we personally found a new place to enjoy our Crab Bee Hoon dish. Totally delicious and value for money. There are some hits and misses, however if you are not sure, you can ask the chef for recommendation. We have been there a few times this year and we will probably visit it some more before the end of the year. Cheers!!
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Romaine Lettuce Stir Fried with Fermented Beancurd,Crispy Fried Baby Squid in Rojak Sauce,Shrimp Paste Chicken,Fermented Pork Belly,Black Pepper Crab,Curry Fish Head,Long Ji Crab Bee Hoon
 
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Italian BBQ Night Smile Sep 01, 2015   
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Alkaff Mansion Ristorante

Alkaff Mansion Ristorante

 
Alkaff Mansion, this grand old dame was originally build in 1918 by Yemeni Alkaff family of spice traders as a weekend retreat bungalow. Located on top of Telok Blangah Hill, it is set up to provide an exquisite dining location. In 2010, LHN Culinary Concepts took over the property and Alkaff Mansion Ristorante ('AMR') is born.
Alkaff Mansion Ristorante - The Garden

Alkaff Mansion Ristorante - The Garden

 
Alkaff Mansion Ristorante - Bar 1918

Alkaff Mansion Ristorante - Bar 1918

 
The team behind the transformation of Alkaff Mansion are Miss Jilly Wang, the owner and director of LHN Culinary Concepts and Executive Chef Simone Depalmas. Currently, AMR is divided into different section: Bar 1918 for drinks and chill out; Terrace for evening under the stars; The Grand Marquee to host celebration of all sizes which can host up to 600 guests; and The Main Dining area in the mansion, which consist of 2 floors for intimate fine dining for lunch and dinner.
Alkaff Mansion Ristorante - Level 1

Alkaff Mansion Ristorante - Level 1

 
Alkaff Mansion Ristorante - Level 2

Alkaff Mansion Ristorante - Level 2

 
Alkaff Mansion Ristorante - Level 2

Alkaff Mansion Ristorante - Level 2

 
Starting from June 2015, AMR introduce Italian BBQ Night (Every Wednesday and Thursday, from 6pm) if the weathers permit. Italian BBQ Night will be hosted at the Terrace. I suggest that you come about 6.30 pm to enjoy the beautiful sunset through Telok Blangah Hill. Once you are seated, you will be teased with the aroma of sizzling meat or seafood coming from the BBQ and be serenade by Italian duet who set the mood like you are in Italy.
Alkaff Mansion Ristorante - Terrace for Italian BBQ Night

Alkaff Mansion Ristorante - Terrace for Italian BBQ Night

 
Executive Chef Simone Depalmas ready with the BBQ

Executive Chef Simone Depalmas ready with the BBQ

 
We started our tasting with the meat platter, consist of roasted French baby chicken, pork belly, lamb rack and tender cut of beef steak. The chicken was slow roasted on rotisserie on the BBQ, resulting in tender and succulent bird. Perfectly cooked and even the breast meat is moist.
Meat platter, consist of roasted French baby chicken,  pork belly, lamb rack and tender cut of beef

Meat platter, consist of roasted French baby chicken, pork belly, lamb rack and tender cut of beef

 
The same applied to pork belly, lamb rack and beef steak. Nicely cooked, tender and succulent. For those who does not like gamy taste in your lamb at all, you might want to skip the lamb here. But for us, the lamb is really tender and basically melted in your mouth and they are so good that we ordered it for 3 rounds.
Italian Duet

Italian Duet

 
Don't be surprised if you feel the meat seasoning on the light side. According to Chef Simone, in Italian BBQ, they do not or only lightly seasoned the meat, so we can taste the actual flavour of the meat. LD and I just enjoyed our meat with lemon and sea salt.
Octopus & Prawn

Octopus & Prawn

 
Tiger prawns, squid, octopus, Mediterranean Tuna and seasonal white fish are the seafood line up for the BBQ. Though we are not a tuna fans, it was grilled to perfection, where the middle section still maintain its pinkishness. The white fish has a firm texture which was good for BBQ. The prawns, octopus and squid is definitely our favourite.
Mediterranean Tuna & White Fish

Mediterranean Tuna & White Fish

 
The squid is springy and tender. One thing that we notice with the octopus is that the suckers on the tentacles can be slightly chewy after grilling. However, it can easily be scrape off with the knife, so the octopus will be springy yet tender.
Squid

Squid

 
To accompany your meat and seafood, there is a buffet line for the side dishes. Roasted potatoes, grilled eggplant and capsicums, vegetables salad and bread. Although it is limited, it is sufficient to accompany the BBQ. In typical Italian fashion, the bread are served with olive oil and balsamic vinegar.
Some of the Side Dishes: Grilled vegetables, Pasta Salad and Roasted Potatoes

Some of the Side Dishes: Grilled vegetables, Pasta Salad and Roasted Potatoes

 
For cocktail lovers, don't miss out on Alkaff Potion when you dine here. Using curry leaf, fresh lime, chilli padi, brown sugar and rum this cocktail not only refreshing it will definitely give you a bit of kick as well. Uniquely Alkaff!!
Alkaff Potion

Alkaff Potion

 
Overall, Italian BBQ Night at Alkaff Mansion really provide you with a unique Italian garden dining experience. The food is fresh, simple and nicely executed by Chef Simone. So if you are looking for a place to dine on Wednesday and Thursday night, give AMR Italian BBQ Night a try. Ciao!! Cheers!!
Accolades won by  Alkaff Mansion Ristorante

Accolades won by Alkaff Mansion Ristorante

 
Thank you very much Alkaff Mansion Ristorante and H3(Cube) for the tasting invitation.

Italian BBQ Night (Every Wednesday & Thursday, 6PM onwards):
$68++ per adult
$34++ per child (Ages 5 to 12)*
Children below 5 must be accompanied by at least one adult per child.
Last Order at 9PM
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Italian BBQ
 
Dining Offers: 試食活動


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Roast Meat Galore Smile Aug 23, 2015   
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A restaurant dedicated to roast has open its door in the new Park Hotel Alexandra. Helmed by Executive Chef Robert Chan who specialise in Western Cuisine for more then 20 years. Listed by UOB as Top 20 Chefs in Singapore in 2009 and with a lot more accolades to his name, dining at the Carvery is definitely something to look forward to.
The Roast Table

The Roast Table

 
When you enter The Carvery ('TC'), the first thing that will catch your eyes is the roasts table. On the night, the premium meat selection from the roast are the chicken, beef and pork. To accompany the roasts, you have selections of infused butters, salts, mustards, gravy and not forgetting the Yorkshire pudding.
Roast Beef for the night

Roast Beef for the night

 
Salts & Peppers selection; Yorkshire Pudding; Mustards selection; Au Jus & Gravies

Salts & Peppers selection; Yorkshire Pudding; Mustards selection; Au Jus & Gravies

 
I like to keep my roast simple, either with gravy or a little sprinkle of salt. The beef were roasted to perfection, crusted brown on the outside and pink in the middle. Although it is not the prime ribs, instead more of topside or rump, the thinly sliced meat basically just melts in your mouth. I filled the Yorkshire pudding with combination of Veal jus and chicken gravy, it just absorb all the robust flavour into it.
Roast Chicken Breast, Roast Beef, Roast Pork and Yorkshire Pudding filled with gravy

Roast Chicken Breast, Roast Beef, Roast Pork and Yorkshire Pudding filled with gravy

 
The beef is the star of the roast table, but we ended up highly disappointed with the pork and chicken. I got the breast part for the chicken and it tasted dry instead of succulent. For the pork, the meat was tender, but the cracking was just thick and chewy. Not the cracking that I expected.

Moving on to the cold seafood dish. Although there were only three type of seafood, it is always heart warming to see oyster as part of the seafood selections. Kind of elevated the status a little bit. Oysters, prawns and mussels tasted fresh and provide a good start to the meal.
Cold Seafood Selections: Oysters, Prawns and Mussels

Cold Seafood Selections: Oysters, Prawns and Mussels

 
There are two items on the cooked food that were pretty good. The Lamb Stew and Red Mullet with Mustard Cream. The lamb cubes are tender, succulent and melts in your mouth was a result of long period of cooking. The red mullet is nicely done, well seasoned, juicy and flaky.
Lamb Stew

Lamb Stew

 
Red Mullet with Mustard Cream

Red Mullet with Mustard Cream

 
Pasta is served at the ala minute station. Penne with tomato sauce - penne was al dente, with a robust tomato sauce. However, it was just too plain jane on the presentation. It did not offer any fillings such as seafood or mushrooms. The same thing happened to our friend who order the spaghetti with cream sauce, white, plain, no fillings. Hopefully they can look into this.
Penne with Tomato Sauce & Spaghetti with cream sauce

Penne with Tomato Sauce & Spaghetti with cream sauce

 
LD tasted the pizza and it was not that appealing as the toppings are average and it actually taste like home-cooked pizza without the wood-fire smokiness.
Pizzas and Bread Station

Pizzas and Bread Station

 
After going another 2 more rounds for the beef and Yorkshire pudding, I decided its time for desserts. I sampled 3 items: chocolate shot which smooth with solid chocolate taste; Apple Crumble which was well balanced and such a comfort food for me; and not forgetting Pineapple Jelly infused with Chilli. The last dessert really packs of surprise. It started with the sweetness and gooey texture of the jelly, all of the sudden, the spiciness from the chilli just hits you. WOW, what an awakening.
Desserts Station

Desserts Station

 
Apple Crumble, Pineapple Jelly infused with Chilli, English Trifle & Chocolate Shot

Apple Crumble, Pineapple Jelly infused with Chilli, English Trifle & Chocolate Shot

 
Not reviewed here were the salad bar, soups, cheese selections and other cooked food. The service was friendly and efficient, which I have to applaud for a newly open restaurant. They also help us to provide a mini chocolate cake for our friend who was celebrating his birthday on that day.
Salads Station

Salads Station

 
Sauteed mushrooms, Black Beans Bread Dumpling with Pork & Shepherds Pie

Sauteed mushrooms, Black Beans Bread Dumpling with Pork & Shepherds Pie

 
Cheese Platter

Cheese Platter

 
The Carvery is indeed very spacious. The distance between table are quite good, in maintaining the privacy between tables. The décor is modern, with huge glass window and door connecting to the swimming pool of the hotel. During the day, there will be lots of natural light to brighten up the place.
Part of the Buffet Selections

Part of the Buffet Selections

 
Overall, I personally enjoy the roast beef and Yorkshire pudding very much. The Carvery is definitely a place to go if you are a carnivore, of looking to get your fix for Sunday Roast. It is definitely worth the price of admission. Cheers!!

 
Recommended Dish(es):  Roast Beef,Lamb Stew,Yorkshire Pudding
 
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Introducing Sumubiyaki Smile Aug 12, 2015   
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Washoku Goen

Washoku Goen

 
Washoku Goen ('WG') is a Japanese stall located in Food Republic Outlet in VivoCity and Wisma Atria. Established itself in Singapore since January 2015, Washoku Goen has a reputation for serving gigantic katsu portion and delicious Japanese Curry Rice.
Menu Board

Menu Board

 
Since their opening, they have consistently adding variety to their menu. WG have just introduced Sumibiyaki - Japanese charcoal grill. After you placed your order, the grill master will do the hard work for you and grill the meat to perfection. There are two type of sauce you can choose from Japanese BBQ (using eel sauce) or Singa BBQ (using local flavour).
Sumibiyaki - Japanese Charcoal Grill - Chicken

Sumibiyaki - Japanese Charcoal Grill - Chicken

 
We decided to order Japanese BBQ Menu, Sumibi Yakiton Juu ($6.80). The chicken is well marinated, with a sweet flavour sauce. It is tender and coated with smokey charcoal BBQ flavour. The proportion of rice and chicken are huge. Good Value.
Sumibiyaki - Japanese Charcoal Grill - Chicken

Sumibiyaki - Japanese Charcoal Grill - Chicken

 
On top of that, we also tried Ultimate Original Curry Rice ($19.90). This consist of Fish Katsu, Tonkasu, Chicken Katsu, Sumibi Beef, Croquette and Half Boil Egg, on top of huge plate of rice and curry sauce. This suppose to be good to fill the stomach for 2 to 3 person, but I think it can feed 4 pax easily.
Ultimate Original Curry Rice

Ultimate Original Curry Rice

 
To start, we dig in to the Katsu: Fish Katsu, Tonkatsu and Chicken Katsu. We must agree, the size of both the chicken katsu and fish katsu are huge. Each of them almost as big as my two palms combined. The fish is tender and flaky. While the chicken is juicy and succulent. For tonkatsu, they use the lean part of the pork instead of the fatty one. So it is a bit dry and harder compare to the chicken katsu, bur from price point, it is pretty good.
Fish Katsu

Fish Katsu

 
The one that catch my attention is the Sumibi Beef. It is tender, succulent, perfectly grilled filled with smokey flavour. The croquette is crispy on the outside while soft in the inside. While the egg is nicely boiled where the yolk will ooze out when it cuts into half.
Sumibi Beef, Tonkatsu, Chicken Katsu and Half boil egg

Sumibi Beef, Tonkatsu, Chicken Katsu and Half boil egg

 
Meanwhile the portion of the rice and curry are just to big for two of us to finish. The curry is robust and flavourful. It is thick but not sticky, with a hint of smoky flavour as well.

FYI, we tabao (packed) half of the katsu + 3/4 of the rice home because we were to full to eat it all. So imagine the Ultimate size.

Overall, We find the portion of the food served are extremely generous. The food is delicious and definitely worth the try. Kanpai!! Cheers!!
Thanks to Washoku Goen Team & WCC Solutions Team for the tasting invitation.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Sumibi Yakiton Juu,Ultimate Original Curry Rice
 
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