Review and Ratings
Scrambled egg with tomatoFry the tomatoes with the eggs and add a little saltHow to make French ToastThis French Toast recipe is super easy to make, if I can make it then you can make it.Sambal Udang Kering by Chef Asman (from the kitchen of MKuking)1 Onions
7 Red cili padi
7 Green cili padi
15 g Blacan
30 g Dried Shrimp
Pound all ingredients 1 to 6
Prepare sufficient oil to sautee all pounded ingredients till cook (about 2-3mins)
Add-in Salt & Sugar to taste
Ready to serve. Enjoy it with warm rice or any proteins & you can also use it to fry vegetables.
SakunthalaSakunthala at Safra Mount Faber has one of the best Indian Chinese fusion food for great taste, great service and great price. Their biryani rice is fragrant, soft and succulent for every occasion. Not too spicy but rich with flavours to suit the most fussy eaters. I had the fish biryani with 5 side dishes that brought much happiness to my fussy biryani taste bud.
Their service is excellent and the staff are very knowledgeable about their cuisine. Always courteous and warm. One of them even offered me free papadums while waiting for my meal to arrive.
The sweet plain lassi is extremely delicious. I thought Mango Lassi was the ultimate, but this plain lassi proved me wrong.
All that full plate and rich yogurt drink for just $14.50... what's there to complain? More than 5 stars for a culinary experience that can rival the best in town. The So Pho Experience (2nd Review)The So Pho Dining Experience
A family of 4 had our dinner there. We ordered 2 beef ball soup noodles ($10.80 each), 1 tendon beef noodle ($12.50) and 1 dry beef noodle ($10.80). In one of the beef ball soup noodles, we found a strand of black hair in it. We called and the Manager came. We showed her the hair in the bowl and she took it to the kitchen. No apology was made. She returned a few minutes later with a new bowl. Later we realized that for the beef ball spicy noodle, no beef balls were included. Imagine ordering a beef ball noodle dish with no beef balls in it. We called for attention and the same Manager came. Told her about it and she she went to the kitchen to return a few minutes later with the missing beef balls in a separate smaller bowl. No apology was made, After our meal, I asked for the Manager to be called and informed her of the 3 wrongs - firstly, a long hair in the dish (iunhygenic), secondly, missing beef balls for a beef ball noodle (a bad mistake. Its like ordering a chicken briyani with no chicken in it) and thirdly not making any apology for the 2 incidents which displayed a lack of service interest. The manager then apologized for the mistakes. She made the apology 3 times and offered a staff discount that reduced the bill by 30%. That was a good service recovery. Otherwise the food there is good, I must say.Karisik Kebab PlatterReview: Karisik Kebab Platter @ Alturka Mediterranean & Turkish Restaurant
We celebrated our son's 12th birthday at Alturka. We ordered the salad to begin with and then enjoyed the Karisik Kebab Platter that was meant for 5 pax. However because it is probably the juiciest meat that you've ever tasted the platter serving was simply unable to satisfy the stomach of 5. So an extra order for the lamb chop and beef sausage and was made. By the time we are done, there was virtually nothing left, not even the onions, rice and salad. So that gives you an idea of how delicious the servings were. I would rate this place as having the best lamb chop in town. Knowing that we were celebrating a birthday, the crew played the birthday song and gave a complimentary small cake with a candle on it but what surprised us most was that they took a photo, printed it our and presented it to us on a customised paper frame. That is so sweet.Molten Spring ChickenReview: Molten's Spring Chicken
We had family dinner of 5 pax at Molten Diners located at 256 Upper Thomson Road. I ordered Spring Chicken $12 while the others ordered Fish and Chips $13, Salmon Carbonara and Wagyu Striploin ($48 but on a 1 for 1 promo so its like you are just paying $24 for it). It was our first and definitely wont be our last. The food here is top of the line. From the presentation to the taste, you will have nothing to complain about. The quantity is right-to-generous and you certainly will enjoy the meal. Chicken was absolutely crispy and sauce simply fantastic. The meat was tender and the fish was fitting for 2 pax ! Prices are moderately reasonable and the sides promo (1 pot of mussels for just $1)is definitely a go. In short, its highly recommended.Ayam Penyet @ D’Penyetz JEMReview: Ayam Penyet @ D'Penyetz, JEM
We had family lunch at D'Penyetz located at 05-02 JEM, Jurong Gateway Road. My Ayam Penyet was $7.50. We also tried Ayam Bakar $7.90, Ayam Geprek Mozarella $7.50, Ikan Bawal Bakar $8.90 and Tahu Telur $7.50. Nothing was a disappointment. In fact we ended up ordering 2 extra plate of white rice because the meals were simply authentically Indonesian. The sambal comes in several levels, so you can pick your own threshold for spiciness and the sambal were brought in from Indonesia (not prepared locally). As we know in any Ayam Penyet meal, the real deal is in the sambal and to me D'Penyetz got the best. Though we have a tasted a variety of drinks, Teh Botol $2.50 is a must. Value for money and totally great for taste.KATOK Kailan by Chef Asman2 cloves garlicthinly sliced
2 tbsp MKuking SAMBAL KATOK (you may get it from MKuking)
1 tbsp Oyster sauce
200 g Kailan
Blanch Kailan with boiling water for 10seconds & set aside
Heatup wok with 1tbsp oil
Drop-in sliced garlic
Drop-in sambal katok
Drop-in oyster sauce
Ready to serve