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The UTW (“Under Ten Words”): Singapore heritage cuisine offering hearty, home-style comfort. The must-orders (if any): Sambal Buah Keluak Fried Rice, Babi Assam Summary: Situated within the Destination Singapore Beach Road near Nicoll Highway MRT, Folklore is a new Singapore heritage cuisine concept (essentially dishes with Chinese, Malay, Indian, Eurasian and Peranakan…

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…

Fisherman’s Mee Sua from Gastrosmiths – seafood medley, homemade scampi bisque, signature-style mee sua. Essentially the mee siam-esque gustatory equivalent of a breathtakingly beautiful and Dior-perfumed blogger who does pilates, eats walnuts and edamame as midday snacks and replies to everything with vapid three word utterances. Notwithstanding, the scallops had…

Sea-ly eggs from Gastrosmiths – smoked salmon, pickled nori, chilli oil. Essentially soft slices of smoked salmon soaking lazily in kopitiam-esque soft boiled egg. Elsewhere, the chilli oil would cheekily engage you in a game of Where’s Wally. 3.7/5 Gastrosmiths 103 Beach Road Tan Quee Lan Street Singapore 189704

Fishball noodles from Fishball Story. The titular balls had the dense, playful spring of a chihuahua’s hindlegs whilst the fishcakes, surprisingly the balls’ sexier and underrated siblings, had a grungy chewiness that happily satiated one’s primal urge to bite. 3.8/5 Fishball Story 505 Beach Road #01-85 Golden Mile Food Centre…