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ieatandeat
This is ieatandeat living in Changi. I like to hang out in Bedok, Changi, Tampines. Thai, Singaporean, Chinese are my favorite cuisines. I also love Hawker Centre, Restaurant, Café and Buffet , Desserts and Cakes, Dim Sum.
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Categories : Spanish | European

Sela in Hebrew meaning rock, radiated from the “rocky” interior design. Opened for business just few mouths and we are invited to evaluate the menu specially created and prepared by the head of chef Mohammad Shahrom, who is specialized in gourmet European cuisine. SELA is a modern European restaurant trying to establish the footage with its creative food menu. Flipping through the menu, you will probably realized there isn’t too many choices, it is really the idea by the restaurant of keeping the menu simple and just focus on quality.
Our verdict, using fresh and quality ingredients with a good culinary skills are the biggest attraction by SELA, if you enjoy European delicacies, the fine food at SELA should be able to entice your palette.
Recommend dishes and dessert :
Salmon Skewers, Grape Relish $13.00
Miso Squid, Sweet Peas, Salmon roes $10.00
Baked Miso Chilean Seabass, Edamame & Sweet Peas $27.00
Gula Melaka Creme Caramel
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Recommended Dish(es):  Salmon Skewers Grape Relish,Baked Miso Chilean Seabass Edamame & Sweet Pea,Miso Squid Sweet Peas Salmon roes,Gula Melaka Creme Caramel
 
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Categories : Hawker Centre

Lao Zhong Zhong “Fine” (Should be “Five” we thought?) spices Wu Xiang is the famous Ngoh Hiang stall that started near the previous Old Thong Chai Chinese medical hall at South Bridge Road. Over the years, it has shifted several times and now finally settled down in one of the coffeeshops at Macpherson.
Talking about good Ngoh Hiang or Wu Xiang in Singapore, Lao Zhong Zhong is a clear winner in the Ngoh Hiang category. Why is that so? Of course, there are good Ngoh Hiang stalls around and you can find one or two good types of Wu Xiang out of the many exotic variations available at the stall, however, most of the balance assortments are usually atrocious and in the end only left you with more disgruntlement.
What truly make Lao Zhong Zhong stands out amongst the rest are their quality, taste and price. It is the key elements that help to formulate the winning formula for Lao Zhong Zhong.
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Recommended Dish(es):  Wu Xiang
 
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Categories : Chinese Soup | Bak Kut Teh

A new player and joined the Bak Kut Teh bandwagon in 2010, Old street Bak Kut Teh has tried to differentiate from others, besides the peppery herb soupy version, it has created dark sauce dried version as well.
We opted for the set menu which consists of Peppery herbal pork ribs soup Bak Kut Teh, You Tiao, bean curd and rice. We also ordered two side dishes Braised bean curd strips and Dark sauce dry version Bak Kut Teh.
Our verdict, there was no oolong Chinese tea to go along with the fat-laden Bak Kut Teh, however, it was still much a fulfilling meal of the day. Go for the set menu for best economic deal of $11 and $15, the difference is the choice of normal Bak Kut Teh or Premium Loin Ribs.
Recommended dishes:
Pork Ribs Soup Bak Kut The
You Tiao (dough stick)
Braised Beancurd strips (tau kee)
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Recommended Dish(es):  You Tiao and Bak Kut Te
 
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Categories : American | French | Café | Desserts and Cakes | Pasta

Flavour Flings run by a lovely and friendly Muslim couple, while the café itself is not halal certified (yet), all ingredients used are halal. Although this is the first time running a cafe, they are definitely not new to the café scene as they are also café hoppers themselves.
The new café is located in the Hougang heartland area among other eateries.
Must try The Awesome One ($11.00)
This is the chef’s specialty, the pancakes were soft and fluffy with a homemade feel. Served with salted caramel, we were expecting it to be very sweet but surprisingly it wasn’t! The pancakes blended very well with the bananas, kind of awesome!
Our verdict, seeing the owner going around table to table gathering feedback, and from the few main dishes we had evaluated, we could sense their sincerity – and it’s heartwarming that Flavour Flings cafe is putting in such an effort to ensure the tastiness and quality of the food. The only comment we have is the pricing which could be a little on the high side for a café that is situated in the heartlands. On that note – we believe some fine tuning is all it takes and they should ready to take off!
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Recommended Dish(es):  The Awesome One
 
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Categories : Asian Variety | Singaporean Chinese | Restaurant | Seafood

Red and white are the main theme colour, bright and classic furniture provides a very comfortable dining environment with private VIP rooms catered for private events. Tao Seafood Restaurant is geared towards more a fine dining with some trace of Thai cuisine combination of Teochew and Singapore origins dishes.
The name “TAO” is derived from the name “Lao Tao”, a synonyms of foodies in the ancient Chinese, it is a name reflects well on their business on appreciation of great food, we are one of the “Lao Tao” that invited to review the new menu that scheduled to be launched soon.
Our verdict, TAO Seafood restaurant may not a big restaurant but they are at least 15 chefs whipping out the dishes, we were surprised with the number of chefs involved but according to Adrian, this is to ensure the consistency of the quality since each chef only responsible for one to two dishes. Too many cooks may spoil the soup may have it logic.
We recommend the following dishes:
Crisp Fish Skin with Salted egg sauce $10
TAO Signature Soup with Premium Fish Maw and Crabmeat $68
Steamed lived Marble Goby (Soon Hock) with Preserved Radish – seasonal price
Stir Fried Fish Maw with Prawns $44
White pepper crab $6 per 100g
Pot Roasted Crab with Glass Noodles $45
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Recommended Dish(es):  Crisp Fish Skin with Salted egg sauce,TAO Signature Soup with Premium Fish Maw and Crabmeat,Stir Fried Fish Maw with Prawns,White pepper crab,Pot Roasted Crab with Glass Noodles
 
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