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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

Baked Mangalitsa Kimchi Rice from Joo Bar – grilled Mangalitsa belly, chopped house-made kimchi, onion, mozzarella, pecorino, parmesan, bechamel sauce. It smothers you, douses you and beats you over the head with the fragrance-inclined tail of its cheesetastic agenda, but fan or not of cheese, it’s unequivocally the best pick…

Spicy Mangalitsa Deopbap from Joo Bar’s lunch menu – sliced spicy mangalitsa belly, poached egg, zucchini, spring onion, crispy onion, carrot, white rice. Whilst the bitter and mega-crispy onion rings possessed an irresistible addictiveness and the lean mangalitsa belly – nicely covered in a sweet and mildly spicy sauce -…

Baby Eel Paper – deep fried baby eel, chilli salt, lime zest. A delectable cross between ikan bilis and cuttlefish which is crispy snackeroos on its own, but squeeze lime over these babies and they soak up the citrusy tanginess with the absorbency of a Huggies diaper whilst still retaining…