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Ramen Atelier - Ramen Bar With A French Twist. Duck Confit, Squid Ink Ramen, Anyone?

Ramen Blanc, Rouge and Noir? Not seeing wrong. Ramen Atelier is a contemporary ramen bar influenced by French culinary techniques, located at The Ascent SavourWorld, Science Park Drive. Chef-owner Andrew Ng was trained in French cuisine, and had been working in Western food establishments for more than a decade. His love for ramen has brought him to merge his French culinary know-how with Japanese cooking techniques to create his version of the ideal bowl of ramen. Ramen Atelier’s intriguing selection of French style ramen includes the striking Ramen Rouge ($13), which incorporates tomato and butter, among other spices, into......

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Ding Tele 鼎特乐 – Shanghai Sheng Jian Bao and Xiao Long Bao At Kovan

Ding Tele 鼎特乐 – Shanghai Sheng Jian Bao and Xiao Long Bao At Kovan

Sheng Jian Bao, Xiao Long Bao! I got really excited when there is a new Shanghaiese restaurant that specialised in Sheng Jian Bao 生煎包. Especially after my encounter with Yang’s Fried Dumplings 小杨生煎, in Shanghai. Apart from the widely known Xiao Long Bao(小笼包)and Soup Bun(灌汤包), the less known Sheng...

May 11, 2017
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Le Castella - Popular Fluffy Castella Cake With Cheese Now In Singapore, At Tampines One

Le Castella – Popular Fluffy Castella Cake With Cheese Now In Singapore, At Tampines One

Singapore has its own Le Castella Cake 樂古早味蛋糕 shop (finally) at Tampines One. A Castella is a Japanese sponge cake made of sugar, flour, eggs, and starch syrup. However, this particular Le Castella 樂古早味蛋糕 brand actually originated from Taiwan, known for its thick, fluffy jiggly Castella Cakes. Cut into...

May 10, 2017
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Haráru Izakaya - 1st Muslim Owned Izakaya in Singapore, For Japanese Food With Tatami Dining Experience

Haráru Izakaya – 1st Muslim Owned Izakaya in Singapore, For Japanese Food With Tatami Dining Experience

Haráru Izakaya has indicated that it is the 1st Muslim Owned Izakaya in Singapore, boosting of a modern ‘bar’ with tatami dining experience. Even though the Japanese word “izakaya” 居酒屋 technically represents a casual gastropub, there is NO ALCOHOL sold at Haráru Izakaya. Only mocktails, flavoured sodas, dealcoholized wines,...

May 09, 2017
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