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happytummy dumpty
This is happytummy dumpty living in Clementi. I work in Outram. I like to hang out in Raffles Place, Orchard, Buona Vista. Japanese, Korean, Chinese are my favorite cuisines. I also love Restaurant, Bakery, Café and Sushi/Sashimi, Burgers and Sandwiches, Salads/ Acai Bowl, Cakes & Pastries .
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Satisfied! Good and Reasonable Smile Feb 28, 2014   
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Categories : Café | Desserts and Cakes

Went to this place for a quick bite before a movie and it was relatively quick. As there wasn't much dining crowd, I didn't have to wait too long before the food was served.

Located at the floor of Shaw Theatre, one would be able to watch all the trailers on the big projector screen.

Ordered a Carbonara pasta and a Apple Chicken Walnut salad. I like the refreshing mix of apples and walnut together with some sautéed chicken slices. The pasta, on the other hand, was actually quite creamy so it felt kinda gelat halfway through. But there was a generous serving of crispy bacon along with the pasta, adding on an addictive crunch to it.
Apple Walnut Chicken Salad

Apple Walnut Chicken Salad

 
Carbonara Pasta

Carbonara Pasta

 
Overall, I find the food quality here pretty much satisfying yet being reasonably-priced. But surprisingly it was relatively deserted on a Sunday evening shocked

 
Recommended Dish(es):  Carbonara pasta and a Apple Chicken Walnut Salad
 
Spending per head: Approximately $18(Dinner)

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Categories : Bars/Lounges | Burgers and Sandwiches

Newly opened restaurant in Orchard Central, located high up at Level 11, it is only through reading HGW that I come to know of this place. Being a burger fan, I headed over since there is a 30% discount for HGW readers until end of Feb.

 

 

 
At the entrance, the decorations and layout of the restaurant is sure as eye-catching and quirky. You will see a punching bag hung at the side of the main entrance. The interior was kinda solemn and sombre. It is designed with a concept of a fighting ring I suppose with the decorations of some fighting gloves, head gear and Thai fighting shorts. A unique concept I would say.

Food variety, as the name of the restaurant suggests, is fairly limited to burgers and wings plus a few other options of pasta. Eager to try the burgers, I ordered the Pumpkin Rice Cracker with Beef patty ($16.90) and my friend had the Cajun Wings ($15.80). I was slightly disappointed to see that my burger was actually a 'rice burger', I did not read the food description properly before ordering. However, though not really getting a real burger, I was delightedly consoled by the food quality and taste. The beef patty was moist and flavourful, and the poached egg on top of it also made it not so dry, adding on a yummy eggy taste. Rice cracker below was also slightly crispy, especially the side parts of the rice.
Rice Burger

Rice Burger

 

 
Cajun wings

Cajun wings

 
On the other hand, the wings was not too bad too, well-marinated and thus was full of flavour of the Cajun spice. But I think if there were to be some spiciness, it would be added oomp while the wings size was not big. I like wings to be huge and chunky haha lol

There is a salad and tapas bar whereby one can have free flow salad, soup and dessert with an add-on of $4..90 during lunch hours. I think all the types of salad served were simply awesome. The tomato soup was good too but not sourish enough. My friend liked very much the thin crispy Papaderm with salsa topping which I find them addictive too.
Tomato soup

Tomato soup

 
Tomato Salad, Mushroom Salad, Purple Cabbage

Tomato Salad, Mushroom Salad, Purple Cabbage

 
Ponzu Egg

Ponzu Egg

 
Overall, good food quality and interesting concept. Staff are all friendly and attentive. I would head back definitely to try on a real burger the next time haha

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Date of Visit: Feb 27, 2014 

Spending per head: Approximately $20(Lunch)

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Worth a Try!! Smile Feb 27, 2014   
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Categories : American | Pasta | Steaks and Grills | Brunch

On passing by the restaurant, my attention was drawn to the bright and colorful gay outlook of the whole place. Standing at the entrance of the entrance, my attention was then redirected to the appealing big menu signboard.

 

 
Heard the first branch of Eggs and Berries at Changi City Point is not bad, now that it is strategically located all the way to the west nearby where I stayed, I was delighted to head off to the place for a visit. I ordered the Grilled Chicken Leg ($18.90) which consists of a broiled boneless chicken leg, fries and a poached egg. The meat was juicy and tender while the chicken skin was flavoured with Cajun spices. The poached egg was executed nicely just the way it should be. But I wondered how would the egg complement the dish. I ate the egg along with a pancake which I took from my friend's plate haha lol
Steak and Egg

Steak and Egg

 
Grilled Chic Leg

Grilled Chic Leg

 
My friend had the Steak and Egg ($18.90). The whole plate was an appealing mix of steak, sunny side up, buttermilk pancakes, rosti, baked beans and mixed greens. Everything was near to perfection with the salivating aroma and flavorful gravy sauce.

Eggs and berries serves good decent quality food. The environment with its bright gay vibrancy adds on to a pleasant overall dining experience lol

 
Recommended Dish(es):  Grilled Chicken Leg
 
Date of Visit: Feb 24, 2014 

Spending per head: Approximately $20(Dinner)

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Over-rated DimSum Cry Feb 27, 2014   
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Categories : Cantonese/Hong Kong | Restaurant | Dim Sum | Noodles | Kids-Friendly

Having tried the TimHoWan's original branch in HongKong, I left the place then feelin disappointed and utterly bewildered how it would justify so much raved reviews about it. Well to sound not so critical, the only thing I do applaud would be the BBQ buns.

Back in SG, the hype continues and now there are already four branches if I am not mistaken. Finally I decided to give the signature BBQ Char Siew baked buns ($4.50 for 3pcs) a try.

 

 
I bought them as take away but ate them immediately after that when it was still piping hot. The baked crust was crispy and with my first munch, it was delighting to feel its contents oozing out. However, my delight was short lived. The whole bun tasted way too sweet. For myself personally I think it should be savory with perhaps just mild sweetness. Yet it was still commendable to see visible chunks of Char Siew in the juicy filling. But the sweetness was too much for my liking.

Generally i don't see the hype over this DimSum restaurant. But surely with its decent food quality, strategic location and accessibility, it is still an option to consider for a DimSum meal.

 
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The stall serves YongTauFoo with a special brown gravy with minced pork. The gravy has a slight sweetness in it and it goes well with the noodles and the YongTauFoo.

A set comes with noodles in the gravy and six pieces, costs $5.30. The YongTauFu are all fresh and good though nothing much fantastic mad. But I like the noodles in the gravy with minced pork which adds on a palatable taste to the whole dish lol chopstick

 

 
 
Spending per head: Approximately $6(Lunch)

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