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This is Bern living in Central. I like to hang out in City Hall, Raffles Place, Orchard. Italian, Japanese, Thai, Singaporean, Cantonese are my favorite cuisines. I also love Café, Hawker Centre, Restaurant and Chinese Soup, Porridge/Congee.
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Pretty decent salads Smile Apr 29, 2016   
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Categories : Bakery

See pictures @ http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2016/04/paul-paragon.html

We had:
1) The Salad Nicoise ($19.90): a refreshing melange of perfectly seared tuna loin, hard boiled eggs, tomatoes, cucumbers, mesclun, and black olives.
2) Salade Champignons Sautes ($18.90): vegetarian option of mesclun studded with sauteed white button mushrooms, grilled asparagus, cherry tomatoes, and parmesan shavings. Loved the juicy mushrooms.
 
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Love the pistachio Smile Apr 29, 2016   
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Categories : Italian | Ice Cream and Gelato

See pictures @ http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2016/04/alfero-artisan-gelato-orchard-gateway.html

Best pistachio gelato around. It was creamy and rich and wonderfully nutty, I loved it, and I'm not even a fan of pistachio. The mango passionfruit sorbet is refreshing but nothing compared to the pistachio flavour. Skip the chocolate and tiramisu, both were forgettable.
 
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Squeaky clean large intestines OK Apr 29, 2016   
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Categories : Teochew | Hawker Centre

See pictures @ http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2016/04/garden-street-kway-chap-serangoon.html

A bit of a hit-and-miss.
1) The broth was robust but balanced; and flat rice sheets smooth and delicate;
2) Chilli was wonderful - piquant and lively;
3) Loved the firm beancurd, eggs, and peanuts - all nicely braised;
4) Pork belly was luscious;
5) Large intestines were the highlight. Squeaky clean, and wonderfully chewy.
6) Didn't like: fried beancurd puff - too dense and lacking in a spongy fluffiness. And the heavy fishcake because it was dotted with spring onions and chilli nubbins
 
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Stick to the Tanglin Mall branch OK Apr 29, 2016   
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Categories : American

See pictures at http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2016/04/chilis-clarke-quay-central.html

Chili's is one of my favourite places for Tex-Mex cuisine. And ribs! Because we regularly hit up the original branch at Tanglin Mall, comparisons between that and its sister outlet at The Central were inevitably drawn when we dined there last weekend.
Service differs, the Tanglin Mall one being better staffed, with more efficient service, whereas the staff at Clarke Quay were a little more frazzled and bumbling. Food, too, was a little lackluster at Clarke Quay compared to the commendable grub at Tanglin Mall. Clearly, the standards between the branches are inconsistent; I'll probably stick to the Tanglin Mall branch.
We had:
1) Beef Chili ($12.50): This was a little charred compared to the ones at Tanglin Mall, like someone left it on the burner a tad too long. Still a decent starter nonetheless.
2) Chicken Enchilada Soup ($9.90): subtly spiced, and really lovely, if a bit stingy on the chicken chunks.
3) Bacon Ranch Quesadillas ($24.90): these were a little anaemic, and significantly less generous with the fillings than at Tanglin Mall.
4) Mango Chile Chicken ($19.90): wholesome, healthy, and delicious. The chicken was very nicely done, moist, flavourful and tender.
5) Grilled Chicken Fajitas ($27.90): one of the highlights. Succulent chicken, thoroughly marinated, and imbued with an aromatic smoky accent.
6) Classic BBQ Baby Back Ribs ($40.90 for full rack): outstanding as usual, hearty, flavoursome to the bone, fantastically burnished, with meat that was so tender it was practically fall-off-the-bone. This was served with excellent homestyle fries and a disappointingly dry skillet macaroni & cheese
 
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Fantastic brunch Smile Apr 29, 2016   
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Categories : Spanish | Bars/Lounges | Paella | Brunch

See pictures at http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2016/04/invited-tasting-revisit-salt-tapas-by.html

We first learnt about Salt Tapas' brunch offerings by way of an invited tasting, but returned for an incognito revisit. The fare at the revisit was improved, and the management evidently took our feedback at the tasting to heart. It's now really yummy, and a worthwhile option for brunch eggs!
We had these at the revisit, paid for on our own:
1) Eggs Berendine ($14): while this was unexciting, it was executed flawlessly. Perfectly runny insides, velvety hollandaise spiked with a dash of paprika, a generous lashing of bacon lardons, wilted spinach, and buttery muffins all came together cohesively.
2) Scrambled Eggs ($15): nicely finessed, with eggs scrambled commendably, and dressed with a mildly spicy ratatouille and zucchini ribbons.
3) Club Sandwich ($16): the magic of this delicious creation was the chicken mayo: crisp, clean, clear, delicate and refreshing. The cajun fries were memorably awesome.
4) French Toast ($15): The thick fluffy brioche, dunked in a thin eggy coat and fried, was already stellar, and when paired with Okinawa ice-cream, clotted cream, jam and a sprinkle of icing sugar, just glorious
 
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