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Noodles

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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…

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…

Baked prawns in claypot from Rochor Thai – fresh prawns and vermicelli, peppercorns, garlic and coriander baked in a claypot. An appetite-arousing aroma assaults your senses once the cover is removed, but once your saliva forms and expectations peak the fragrance quickly peters out. What’s left is essentially levelled-up and…

Thailand from Paddy Hills – shirotake glass noodles, Thai dressing, calamari, fresh mango and nori tempura. The noodles were thin and highly slurpable, coated in a sexy dressing that is tangy and slightly spicy. Elsewhere, the calamari is initially addictive with its salty energy but your patience quickly wears thin…