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Momo and Mutton Curry Smile Apr 05, 2013   
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Categories : Indian | Restaurant | Kids-Friendly

One of the most delicious and affordable Indian meals I had in Singapore.
Can't wait to go back to get another dose of their Indian food.

Their service was good and unlike places that may detest you for ordering so little, they were quite gracious. However, be prepared for a long waiting time--but the wait is worth it!

 
Papadum was served with their 3 sauce dishes. The mint is perfect with the spices in the papadum

 

Momos are Nepalese style steamed dumplings that may be similar to what we our steamed pork buns in the chinese context--'xiao long bao'. The skin in momos are thicker thought. There was a choice of having the buns come steamed/fried or chicken/vegetarian. Great choice for vegetarians.

 
My favorite dish to order at an Indian Restaurant is their Spinach and Mutton combo. The meat pieces were just the right size and relatively tender. None of the meat remnants stuck in your teeth nonsense.

 
The garlic naan was served hot but it did get cool rather quickly. Probably due to how it's served. I think it was a little tad burnt for my taste in some of the pieces though.

For two people, the meal was surprisingly very stuffing and full. I think the trick to ordering at Indian restaurants is to order less than the # of people present. Say, you have 4 people, order 3 main courses instead of 4. Also, go for different sauces and ways of cooking so you can have variety throughout the meal.

Highly recommend this place if you have an Indian food craving. Enjoy!

 
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Naan
 
Spending per head: Approximately $12(Dinner)

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Finally got to try Ippudo! Smile Jun 03, 2012   
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Categories : Japanese | Ramen

Was lucky that there was no line when we went cause we went early, however, when we were leaving, the place was pretty much packed.So happy to have finally experienced the rave that all the New Yorkers are on about.

 
Condiments on the table. Was a little surprised as I thought the presentation would have been a little better for this. The interior of the restaurant is really quite nice. My favorite section is the wall with all the plates/bowls.5 Flavored Potato balls that had a couple Japanese sauces, Curry, and Cheese flavor. My pick would have been the Mentaiko flavored one. I felt like I couldn't taste the Cheese so much.This was the side that came when the fatty pork and the Egg was ordered. Loved how the egg was served up chilled just like the hot spring eggs that we'd eat in Taiwan. The fatty pork that was on the side wasn't very unique but still tasty.Ramen that my friend orderedMy bowl that I ordered. Loved how there was no Seaweed and i twas fungus instead. The egg here is warm though, probably due to the heat of the soup. The bowl may look small in the picture, but I assure you that it's filling. The ramen that I ordered had a modern zest to it so it wasn't the traditional ramen taste, however, at the end of consuming the ramen, the saltiness did get to you.
 
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Bak Kut Teh OK Jun 03, 2012   
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Categories : Malaysian | Food Court | Bak Kut Teh

The Malaysian Food Street is really crowded near eating hours so be sure to go there early if you want to acquire seats for more people.

The Bak Kut Teh is different from the White Pepper type that you'd get in Singapore. It's slightly more herbal and though it's dark, it's not very salty. However, it's quite flavorful so the rice that came along with it helped "reset" the taste buds. There were quite a few garlic bulbs inside so though who are not fond of garlic should probably avoid this. Mushroom lovers would like how there were quite a # of mushrooms inside, however the Pork pieces were rather chewy (perhaps overly small) and there weren't that many pieces to begin with.

 
 
Date of Visit: May 12, 2012 

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Cronuts Smile Nov 29, 2013   
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Categories : Italian | Pasta | Burgers and Sandwiches | Salads

The cronut = croissant + donut is absolutely ingenious!
Had the chocolate cronut and the original custard. Though it was a tad sweet, every bite was worth the sinfulness that came with it. They are really filling though as I only had half a cronut and I had to take a break.

Try to consume it on the same day, or put it in the fridge if you can't immediately consume it, else it may go soggy.

 
 
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Categories : Thai | Singaporean Chinese | Restaurant

Yhingthai is where you can authentic thai food in a classy environment that is not too classy that you feel out of place, but you get the feeling that you're in your private dining room. There were some family issues going on in the corner of the restaurant and everyone was quite respectful on what was going on.

The staff are quite friendly and open to you changing your orders. ie. if you don't eat...pork they can substitute the meat, or if you want to add an egg to your Basil Fried Rice.

 
Tom Yam comes in two choices when you are here: with or without coconut milk (good if you're calorie conscious). I believe there's also spicy and non-spicy version. Served on a nice delicate porcelain bowl

 
Olive Fried Rice had a very well presentation and tasted great. The ingredients are placed surrounding the purple rice so you can choose what you want to mix inside
 
Recommended Dish(es):  Tom Yum, Olive Fried Rice
 
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