Hey guys! I haven’t done a food review in a while so I’m going to do one for this post since I’ve had the chance to try some really good stuff during the holidays.
So let’s just get right into it.
1. Miharu Sapporo Ramen
Ok guys, this ramen place is a hidden gem and is actually quite affordable compared to other popular ramen outlets. Plus, the ramen is so freaking delicious, like totally worth the $$. So I went to this place with my friends (I give credits to my friend for introducing me to this place). Will definitely visit this place more often, even though it’s quite far from my home HAHAHA.
Ok so basically we ordered the Gokubuto Miso Tonkotsu Ramen(bottom right) ($16.50++) which is ramen with thick noodles — imo the broth tasted really really good and it came with two eggs which is super filling; the Tokusen Miso Ramen (bottom left) ($14.80++), ramen with a special miso blend–simple yet delectable; and finally the Miso Tonkotsu Ramen (top) ($14.80++) (what I ordered for myself) which is ramen with garlic and peppery broth and this is legit super good guys like, bruh please if you are a ramen lover do yourself a favour and dine at this place.
We also ordered the Xiao Long Pau(middle) (because the gyoza was not available and my friends thought that it would be a good idea for me to try it out since I’ve never tried it out). Personally I thought that it was not that bad, but my friends said they’ve had better ones (in like Shanghai or Hong Kong. Which makes sense because it’s more authentic there.)
But all in all, this place is value for money and I definitely recommend you to go there if you are craving for ramen or any jap food in general.
Location: Miharu Sapporo Ramen –
9 Raffles Boulevard #01-06/07/08
Millenia Walk, S(039596)
So my family and I also made a trip to Pasarbella @ Suntec City because well, we were hungry after roaming around idk where. Lol. But honestly Pasarbella@Suntec does have really good dining options and I’d definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to try new stuff at affordable prices!
So my mum really wanted to try falafels and got the Falafel set from Pita&Olives and it is simply amazing. I loved the hummus and the salad thingy that I believe you’re supposed to stuff them in the Pita Bread? It was really delicious.
Falafel Set ($14)
Then we tried Truffle Fries and Sweet Potato Fries from Wolf Burgers. They were delicious, although it is quite pricey the quantity made up for it. So yeah. Thumbs up mate.
Sweet Potato Fries ($5)
Truffle Fries ($8) + my sister’s Krispy Kreme doughnut behind lol.
For more information about the dining options in Pasarbella@Suntec, you should read this guide (I find it quite comprehensive and informative.)
Location: Suntec City
3 Temasek Blvd
#01-455 to 461 North Wing
Ok so that’s all for the food review guys.
Time to go back to studying :”””)