Sunday, January 9, 2011

371. Tawandang Microbrewery

YUM SENG! The last dinner of year 2010 has to be good and it was! Decided to try Tawandang, it's new outlet at Suntec. Woosh! The place was huge.
Pork Knuckle! It was very cripsy and dipped into the special chili sauce, it was heavenly.

Another fried dish and it came with a different dipping chili sauce. It was so nice as well.

Cockles and nah.....I'm not a lover of it. But the rolled vermicelli went very well with the peanutty sauce.
This is a die-die must try dish! I love it!! Squid in a lemongrass soup and as the warmer warms the soup, the juicy squid immersed in the soup makes the soup sweeter. There was also roe in the squid. Yummilicious!!

Pineapple rice was moist and with the raisins and nuts, it went well with the rest of the dishes we had.

Overall, we were all very satisfied with the food we had because we find every dish yummy. However, it was on the rather pricey side. Final bill worked out to approximately $220+ for 4 pax. Singaporeans, always willing to pay more for nice food! I'll be visiting it again soon!

Tawandang Microbrewery

Suntec Convention Centre #01-01

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370. Manbok Korean Seafood Restaurant

Salad topped with five-grains goma sauce alike
Pan-chan served at Manbok. I loved the black beans the most!
Tteobokki was very nice except that it was a tad spicy. Yummy!

The pork belly was a little to our dismay. We felt it was not oily and not well-marinated enough. Lacked the fragrance and thus the oomph!

Seafood Pa-Jeon
I didn't like it. The big leeks were a little too much for me. Perhaps the amount of seafood added was a tad too many and thus the middle of the pancake turned out to be mushy like it was not thoroughly cooked.

The beef was good. Well-marinated, tender beef is the one that you should not miss.

The kimchi hotpot makes a good dish for cold weathers like now......rainy seasons. It will just warm your body up. Topped it with ramen and it's woolala.....more pleaseee......

The steamed egg was with compliments from the boss. Steamed egg.....not very much to our liking.

Manbok Korean Seafood Restaurant
63 Tanjong Pagar Road

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369. Shashlik

Chicken A La King @$19

Foodies gathering at Shaslik. It was located Far East Shopping Centre and the thought of it being there gave me the feeling that it is old. Heavy wooden doors but there were the old turned yellow see-through window panes just right at the side which gave verification that the place is in operation. The place was very dimly lit which boosted a feel of nostalgic. I thought the feel was quite like Ma Maison and Jack's Place combined except that the former was even dimly lit then Shaslik.

Seldom use my DSLR now as I find carrying a point-and-shoot more convenient and that explains the poorly taken photo. Ordered Chicken A La King and was rather disappointed. It turned out that it was mere chicken chunks cooked in thick chunky campbell soup alike coupled with chick peas mixture. I thought Jack's Place was even better for the price I'm paying. Surprisingly, business was very good.

Check out the other food blogger's review

Harris, Jer Lin, Daniel, Yuan&Fen, Xin Li


Far East Shopping Centre #06-19

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