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Categories : Pasta | Halal

The one thing that puts me off at any restaurant is poor hygiene, and though we've had a decent experience at other pizza hut outlets before, our first time dining at this outlet was marred by grubby plates. Not just 1, but all 4 of the plates on our table were stained or had food residue stuck on it ARGH. The soup of the day served was essentially water with a ton of pepper thrown in together with a couple scraps of chicken, really disappointing. The saving grace I would say, was the pizza. Stuffed cheesy crust goodness mmm. The baked fish we got was also quite tasty but I think the next time we're craving pizza, we'll just get it delivered.
they should rename this pepper soup...

they should rename this pepper soup...

 
 
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Good Vietnamese cuisine in town Smile Jan 31, 2014   
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Categories : Vietnamese

Reasonably priced and conveniently located, this is a restaurant we would come back to! This being a Vietnamese restaurant, we had to order their pho, and the beef pho certainly did not disappoint, with very tasty chunks of meat generously scattered across the pho. Their sweet potato curry chicken was also an interesting dish and was more fragrant than your average chicken curry.
beef pho

beef pho

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Beef pho
 
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Dim Sum Yum! Smile Jan 31, 2014   
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Categories : Cantonese/Hong Kong | Hotel | Dim Sum | Seafood

My family enjoys coming to Wo Peng for their dim sum, a few favourites that we always get are the liu sha bao and the beancurd roll. I would also recommend the siumai on a skewer (串烧). Just like a regular siew mai that is steamed then grilled and coated with a smoky soy sauce. Mmmmm... An interesting dim sum item you won't find elsewhere!

Other dishes to try are the seafood porridge and the lotus leaf rice.
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Liu sha bao
 
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Wallet-friendly French food! Smile Jan 12, 2014   
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Categories : French | Restaurant | Seafood | Steaks and Grills | Burgers and Sandwiches

I'd read the reviews about the lack of manpower and long waits for tables and was thus pleasantly surprised to encounter neither of that when I visited a couple of weekends ago with some friends. We waited about 15minutes for a table which was very reasonable for a Sunday night in town and the servers, though harried, were prompt to take our orders and refill our glasses of water.

The main attraction at Saveur is probably the duck confit, which was competently executed. However, I would urge other diners to try the other dishes too! We tried the sea bass, the angel hair pasta and citrus dessert, all of which were delicious, light (good for those who gripe that Western food is 'heavy'), nicely plated and served fairly quickly. It's easy to see why Saveur continues to draw in the crowds even after all these years!smile
Seabass

Seabass

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Cuck confit, Angel hair pasta, Sea bass
 
Spending per head: Approximately $20(Dinner)

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Mediterranean Vegetarian OK Jan 12, 2014   
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Categories : Middle Eastern/Mediterranean | Restaurant | Burgers and Sandwiches | Salads

Riding on the healthy food/salad craze, Pita Pan is a Mediterranean vegetarian joint offering salads, falafel and dips like hummus and baba ghanoush. Hot food options include vegetable soup and their signature Red Shakshuka.
Having tried both the Red Shakshuka and the Green Shakshuka, I would say that I am more partial to the Red though the Green is tasty too. The Red Shakshuka comes in a pan filled with tomatoey goodness(or as my mum puts it, like eating pasta sauce with eggs), whilst the Green features spinach blended with basil (high in iron!). Both are served with a pita bread and the price point is comparable to similar QSR concepts like Pastamania. If you're not a fan of mushy stuff like my mum, you can try their pita pockets which come with falafel and are filled with as much salad as your server can fit in the pita bread. Similar to the Subway experience, you go up to the salad bar and indicate the fillings you'd like in your salad. The choices are certainly more exotic than your regular Subway experience, and if you're a big eater you can also order some extra sides such as tabouleh salad or baba ghanoush, both of which I tried. The tabouleh salad is packed with mint, couscous, tomato and pomegranate and makes for a refreshing side. The baba ghanoush was a bit of a letdown though - the eggplant had a somewhat bitter aftertaste, which I'd also detected in the Shakshuka. I've never had Shakshuka elsewhere so I can't comment if that's normal, but having tried baba ghanoush elsewhere I would say Pita Pan's is somewhat disappointing.

All in all, if you're trying to eat healthily or go vegetarian but don't quite fancy having a boring ol' salad, this place is worth a try!
Falafel pita pocket+sides-tabouleh & baba ghanoush

Falafel pita pocket+sides-tabouleh & baba ghanoush

 
green shakshuka for spinach lovers/popeye wannabes

green shakshuka for spinach lovers/popeye wannabes

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Red shakshuka,Tabouleh salad
 
Date of Visit: Jan 11, 2014 

Spending per head: Approximately $15(Lunch)

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