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Salmon Don from the lunch menu of the newly-opened Big Sake Bar at The Concourse Skyline. Whilst the salmon sashimi portion would fully satiate your inner tabby cat, the presence of the spurtfully sour cherry tomatoes and bitter arugula in a Japanese sashimi rice bowl felt as comfortably natural as…

Maguro Akami from Nobu-ya at Fortune Centre, one of the essential izakaya experiences around. You are paying not for a plate of sashimi but for a Bukit Merah (that’s “red hill”, folks – Social Studies Consultant) of clean, baby buttock-tender tuna flesh, and at the baffling price of $10 it…

Molten Wings (3pcs) from the newly-opened The Rawr Kitchen, situated deep in the industrial boondocks within The Splendour at Bukit Batok Crescent. Their Facebook page and the menu itself cautions and disclaims the imminent danger involved in taking on these fiery muthas, and after just two bites I can assure…

Chicken Bun from Freehouse – crispy fried boneless chicken thigh, som-tum mango salad with peanuts and sakura ebi, green curry mayo. The colossally-sized chicken trampled, stomped and ravaged its way past all defences like a Juggernaut, instilling so much fear in the villagers that they retreated in haste, all vitality…

Cereal Frog Legs from Freehouse – American bullfrog legs, karaage ko, ginger flower dressing. The gargantuan superiority of these Americans would startle those who are typically accustomed to Geylang-style Asians. The experience marries the gloriousness of crispy fried chicken with zichar-esque cereal, with the dressing doing well in taming the…