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Ramen lunch at Raffles City OK Dec 22, 2014   
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Categories : Japanese | Ramen

Ordered the Daikokuya Ramen and Spicy Miso Ramen. Like all good ramen, the soup is thick and flavourful. The Daikokuya ramen tasted saltier than the Spicy miso ramen in my opinion. Using tonkotsu pork base, the ramen is firm in texture and comes with kirobuta pork belly, marinated boiled egg and other garnishes like leek and spring onions. The pork is tough to bite. The spicy miso soup tastes appetising and not too spicy. You can choose to add more egg or garnishes at additional cost. The restaurant is small and comfortable. Waiting time for food took not more than 15 minutes.

 

 
 
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XXL pizza! Smile Dec 22, 2014   
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Categories : Italian | Pasta

When we went there at 7.45pm on a weekday, the queue was super long! Had to wait for at least 30minutes and they would not let you in until all are present. No reservations too. It was my second time trying Peperoni. Once we went in, there were a huge variety of pizzas on the menu. We had 4 of us, so we decided to take the XXL ($50) size while choosing 2 types of pizza. We ordered Prosciutto Crudo di Parma (Pork), which consisted of parma ham and rocket salad, and Quattro Formaggi, which contains Mozzarella, taleggio, scamorza & gorgonzola cheese. It took around 15 minutes for the pizza to arrive, which was fine. It was sliced into 52 slices for our convenience. The latter was good, for those who love cheese. The former was better in my opinion, as the ham and rocket salad mixed up to be really delicious and appetising. The crust of the pizza was not too thick like pizza hut, but they were not too thin like skinny pizza. Suits me perfectly!
The only downpoint was that an XXL pizza was not quite enough for 4 guys as we went to have desserts elsewhere thereafter.

 
 
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Categories : Café | Desserts and Cakes

After trying Ice Edge Cafe, we decided to try Hatter Street to see how it fares. We went there at around 9pm on a Wednesday so there was no queue. However, because there were not many tables itself, so it was relatively full. We ordered 2 waffles to try: Vanilla ice cream with salted caramel sauce and chocolate ice cream with chocolate sauce. Not much variety and nothing faciful. The waffles were belgian waffles. They were big enough for 2 person to share and they were really crispy! They were warm too when served, though they quickly got cold in a matter of minutes. Chocolate ice cream can never go wrong. Am not a huge fan of vanilla ice cream. But the salted caramel sauce was a good compliment to the waffle and ice cream. Priced at $8.90 per waffle, not too bad! Water was complimentary by the side, self serviced.

 
 
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Awesome food! Smile Dec 21, 2014   
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Categories : Filipino | Chinese | Restaurant | Seafood | Zi Char

We wanted to go to Wo Peng but it was full house and we did not make a reservation. So we walked down the street and chanced upon this restaurant. And it was a blessing in disguise! The restaurant served a variety of stuff! For instance, there were 10 types of chicken dishes in the menu! We ordered their signature tofu, together with salted egg pork ribs and 3-egg spinach. They served fried crackers and wet tissues, which you can opt not to have if you want to reduce unnecessary cost. The spinach was average and were a little harder than what i preferred. The starch gravy was not the most flavourful one that i have eaten. Their tofu was good, a little hard on the outside and jelly-like soft in the inside! On top of it were cai po (salted garnish) and flour bits, which gave the crunchy feel as you eat the tofu together with the rice. Delicious! The best of all was the salted egg pork ribs. This is the best salted egg marinated dish i have ever eaten! The pork ribs was actually without bones and the meat was soft. The salted egg flavouring was throughout the pork meat, unlike some places where you wished you had more salted egg! However, it does seem a little too salty after eating more than 5 pieces. Nevertheless, it was my favourite dish! We ordered all Small sizes as well as a bowl of rice each and were really full in the end. Total cost amounted to $32 for 2 pax. Reasonable.

 

 

 

 
 
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Lunch in CBD - Soup OK Dec 21, 2014   
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Categories : Chinese Soup

Visited 一家村 for lunch today and ordered the lotus root pork rib soup, together with a bowl of rice. Would have preferred the bowl of soup to be larger than the rice! Nothing too special. The pork ribs meat was a little dry while the lotus roots a little too hard for my liking. The soup was flavourful since they have boiled it for hours. But towards the end it got saltier. You could find peanuts in the soup too. Nothing spectacular but not too bad either for a soup lover like me. It cost $5, which is common in the CBD area too.

 

 
 
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