Tonkotsu Shoyu Ramen
Taking over the former premises of Pontian Wanton Noodles at Northpoint City is Suparakki Ramen, a new establishment that serves up affordable Tonkotsu broth ramen at less than $10.00 ala-carte. Coming with condiments such as Onsen Egg, Chashu, Black Fungus, Seaweed, Spring Onions and thin Hakata noodles as standard, the broth comes all creamy and hearty without being too heavy, lightly savoury; pretty heartwarming at the price point. The Chashu is a mix of lean and fatty meat, whilst the Onsen Egg came with a somewhat molten yolk and the noodles carrying a bit of bite. Considering how this came at just $6.90, this is most certainly a steal for its price, for how some less-established ramen places may charge higher without achieving the consistency here; pretty much good value-for-money. Service isn't the most friendly though, and the space does feel a tad claustrophobic with lack of space between groups of diners between tables and narrow aisles — more for an eat-and-go space rather than one for lengthy catchups; but a great option to dine at if one doesn't mind the other factors except for the quality of foos served here.
Michelin one star at Chinatown S$16 for this.
Whether it’s sashimi, beef or omakase, one can expect pretty much fresh and innovative Japanese varieties from @kyoajisg
Among the choices, I opted for the omakase and seasonal choices. The Chirashi Zushi came with a bowl of fluffy white Japanese rice topped with an assortment of fresh raw fish slices such as salmon, tuna and swordfish. 🍚
One of my top favourite was the XO Chawanmushi, which this silky steamed egg custard was topped with crab meat, bursting and generous roes and the core flavours were satisfying.
For the Niku Tofu Steak, I liked how the tofu and vegetables have absorbed the beef essences as well as the soy sauce-sugar gravy to achieve a smooth experience. The beef was cooked just right and yummy.
The Asari Mentaiko Yaki had seven round clams with cod roe sauce which was fresh and pleasantly sweet.
The Ise Ebi Garlic Yaki consisted a juicy and huge lobster with the topping seemingly reminiscent of a romesco sauce, which made the dish really aromatic and indulging. 🦞
Next, the tempura-battered coating of the Fig Tempura was crispy and addictive, with the inner fragrance elevating up a notch with the exquisite seasonal Fig fruit!
Gindara Saikyo consisted of a smooth and miso-marinated black cod fish grilled to perfection, accompanied with a pleasant subtle sweetness.
Who else have not eaten this yet, you have to try! (Provided you eat beef) the meat is so tender and juicy, you cannot believe that it's from a fast food. The cheese is also very different from the cheese fries we had in Singapore. The American cheese served simply melt in your mouth! Drinks wise, ahem, we ordered milk shake which is a tad too thick for our liking! 😛
[Si Chuan Dou Hua] - The popular '100 Sichuan Delights, 1 Gastronomic Feast' promotion returns for the fourth consecutive year at Si Chuan Dou Hua, PARKROYAL On Beach Road. This year's promotion will be available from 8 July to 30 September 2019, with 102 dishes in 26 flavour profiles on the menu. A showcase of the multiple facets of Sichuan cuisine beyond the commonly known spicy and mala flavour.
Chilled Sliced Radish in Sweet and Sour Sauce. Now pretty is this dish.
Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/07/si-chuan-dou-hua-parkroyal-on-beach.html
Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant
PARKROYAL on Beach Road
7500 Beach Road
Tel: +65 65055724
Nearest MRT: Nicoll Highway (CC Line)
Daily: 1130am - 1030pm
Congrats to the winners of our Week 1-3 #breadwithoutbags
challenge! (Warning: ignore when on an empty stomach) Check out the mouthwatering bakes of some of our bakeries who have sponsored vouchers, which our lucky winners and event partners will get to enjoy. But voucher only redeemable if they dine-in or bring their own containers of course! :P
Wanna win yourself bread vouchers too? Simply hashtag #breadwithoutbags
and tag @projectbecome
whenever you buy bread packaging-free, and you’re in for the final week of our challenge! Warm fresh pretzels from @auntieannesg
Photos by Kai Wen & Steffi (www.theyeogallery.com)
Caña de lomo Ibérico sublime estamos en c/Floridablanca 117
Thank you @nyp.mass.media.mgt
& others for choosing our restaurant to dine in. As a favorite supper spot to many in the west and east, we are known for being very affordable (NO GST and Service Charge). Check out the full video at our Facebook: bit.ly/TFTxNYP
The 50 Cents Fest!
Yes! It’s back guys! Mark your Calendar on the on 27 and 28 July 2019 at Chinatown Food Street, Smith Street!
This year’s festival spotlights Hokkien heritage, and features over 40 stalls and mobile vendors
peddling an assortment of more than 50 different savouries and sweets.
In its fourth edition this year, everything at this award-winning festival is priced from a humble S$0.50 to no more than S$3.00,
and visitors get to taste traditional Hokkien dishes – some of which are rare finds these days –
ranging from Hokkien-style rice, noodles and nourishing soups, to snacks, small pastries, and ice-cold desserts and drinks.
Here are some ‘Not to be Misses’ stalls to look out for!
▪️BENG HIANG RESTAURANT
Featuring its melt-in-the-mouth kong ba bao (braised pork belly bun), which is going for just $1.00 at the event
▪️HIDDEN HOKKIEN TAI PAI TONG
Known for its Hokkien dishes, like hei zho (prawn rolls), fried black Hokkien mee, as well as Buddha Jumps Over The Wall with a medley of premium ingredients like conpoy, fish maw, abalone and ginseng, at a steal of just $3.00
▪️ FESTIVAL FRINGE ACTIVITIES AND PROGRAMMES
Thks to @wom_sgpr
for the invite and @chinatownfoodstreet
#chinatownfoodstreet #the50centsfest #chinatown #foodie #eatsg #delicious #sgfoodporn #sgfood #foodsg #foodporn #makanwarrior #instasg #foodpics #foodgasm #instasg #sgfoodies #openrice #hungrygowhere #burpple #burpplesg #STFoodtrending
##wordofmouthcommunications #lijiaknabuey #benghiangrestaurant #foodiepalacesg #kongbabao #taipaitong #buddahjumpoverthewall #womsgpr
Margherita Pizza from Pizza Maru!! Have never heard of Korean Pizza before, but whatever it is - I like it.
Was a little apprehensive about the green tea dough but the green tea taste was light and not overwhelming at all. The dough was really chewy and fluffy. I don't usually finish my crusts but I ate every last bite!
I also loved the melty cheese and fresh tomato slices. They don't skimp on the cheese, which is great!
Definitely a great place for groups. Their pizzas come in regular (6 slices) and large sizes (8 slices). A large pizza is enough to share between 2 people and be super full. But they have Korean chicken too so be sure to save some space for that!! Price: $17.90 for large pizza (8 slices)
#halfeatenblog #pizzamaru #pizza #burpple
Are you game enough to try Puffer Fish? 🐡 🐡 🐡
is the first restaurant in Singapore which launches new dish menu that offers Korean Puffer fish!
No worries! These 🐡 were inspected and carefully handled by trained professionals before being packed and ship within Korea and overseas.
Do check out some of the dishes below and give it a try when you are there:
→ Bok Bulgogi (🐡 bulgogi)
→ Bok Maeun Tang (Spicy 🐡 Soup)
→ Bok Malguen Tang (Non-Spicy 🐡 Soup)
→ Cockles Bibimbap ❤️❤️❤️
Thank you @sbcdsingapore
for the invitation!
Ice Cream and Waffle is always a good idea after dinner 😋 Checking out this new Ice Cream place which serve really nice and crispy Waffles! Tried their Pistachio and Speculoos flavour, not too sweet yet tasty. Nice place to chill too in this quiet neighborhood.
“You win some, you dim sum”
Nice ambience and innovative food~
Was famished and they were super slow in seating me 😭
Thankfully, it was all made better by a cute/jovial waitress who was attentive and made great recommendations.
Is it true for you too, when they say that service makes your dining experience?
Participants were almost equally divided btw the two brands when voting for their preferred plate.
Oyu has more salted egg taste, but has an artificial flavour I didn't like. I subsequently identified it to be the taste of margarine upon looking at the ingredients list.
Golden duck has more of a pork floss taste than salted egg taste, and it was pretty spicy. The spiciness overpowered what little salted egg taste there was, and also masked the taste of margarine.
In terms of texture, Oyu was more airy-fluffy-crispy while Golden Duck was just crispy.
This is actually the first time I'm trying salted egg fish skin, can u believe it? 😂
24-KARAT GOLD LEAF STEAK BURGER™
1/2-lb fresh steak burger, topped with 24-karat edible gold leaf, served with cheddar cheese, leaf lettuce, vine-ripened tomato and red onion.