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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…

Omi Gyu from Boruto’s Hidden Gems of Kansai menu – omi wagyu from Shiga, smoked & chopped with scallions, shio konbu in tataki style. The luxuriously smooth and chewy wagyu had the glorious, unbridled fattiness of a BMT Eagle Company recruit, with the tarty avocado mayo serving as an appealing,…

Truffle soba from Two Bakers. The soba was made appealingly salty and fragrant by the sauce and seasoning with the truffle being as light as a mynah’s roadside abandoned feather with its touch, never being too heavy-handed with its usually militant agenda. Elsewhere, the succulent portobello mushroom squirted its juices…

Tiramisu Kakigori from Sakurazaka. Essentially a zen and harmonious union between a gracefully-perfumed tiramisu with a most spongy-soft bottom and an ice kachang with inner poise who attends ballet lessons and plays the viola. 3.7/5 This was a hosted meal, courtesy of Sakurazaka. Sakurazaka 24 Greenwood Avenue Singapore 289221