Wednesday, September 14, 2016

September Salted Egg Collection


Salted egg dishes would never stop growing in Singapore. Perhaps, it is as mandatory a menu as the noodle. Naturally, this dish is kind of acceptable on everyone’s palate. It's rich, delicious, and attractive. And yes, after building a guide for salted egg dishes in Singapore a month ago, during this time let me introduced you to another guide that clearly represents the latest creations with that local ingredients. It’s quite obvious to say everything is good-looking since the concern is all about distinction flavor and texture. In a sense, it would be guaranteed your taste buds would no longer boring with this finding. Just bring along this guide for your next culinary trip to keep you updated.



1. Salted Egg Lava Toast
Among many creations, this dish tends to be the most eye-catching one. Just launched days ago, this not-so-called dessert has become the trending topic on any social media. Featuring the crispy toast with charcoal infused flavor filed with the melting salted egg lava at the core and served together with the sea salt ice cream to balanced the palate. Surprisingly, this kind of combination is just matched and blend really well to satisfy your taste buds. Be the first to taste this then.

Alternative venue: Meet & Melt
2 Orchard Link #02-33/34
SCAPE
Nearest MRT: Somerset
Operational Hours:
1.00pm - 10.00pm (Everyday)



2. Chaota Fish & Chips with Salted Yolk Sauce
First in history. You might ever see common salted egg fish & chips in Singapore, but not the charcoal one. The black battered fish drizzled with the rich salted egg sauce is just undeniably good. There is a smoothness, crispness, and saltiness that has been packed in one presentation. Even the taste itself is just well-balanced. Perfect for snap and fit your palate. Listed on the unique fish & chips to be tasted in Singapore.

Alternative venue: The Western Co.
30 Foch Rd
Nearest MRT: Lavender
Operational Hours:
11.30am - 10.00pm (Everyday)



3. Salted Duck Egg Char Siew
Popular rice bowl that's offering a significant flavor of traditional delight to whet your appetite. The way they cooked that meat is certainly good since the juiciness and tenderness are there while the whole flavor has been lifted by the presence of that salted egg sauce. Just mixed it all together and you will get a complete meal that comprises the complexity of each element. 

Alternative venue: Tanuki Raw @ Kapok
111 Middle Road
National Design Centre #01-05
Nearest MRT: Bugis
Operational Hous:
10.00am - 10.00pm (Everyday)



4. Salted Egg Custard Bun
Dim sum got a very special place in foodie's heart. Especially when it comes to the oozy salted egg sauce, no one could resist this. Perhaps, another good point of this dish is that bun is everything just perfectly handmade. The bun is soft while the filling is just nice. Good to be enjoyed with your family.

Alternative venue: Joyden Canton Kitchen
4 Hillview Rise #02-21
HillV2
RSVP: (+65) 64 659 988
Operational Hours:
11.30am - 9.30pm (Everyday)



5. Salted Egg Pork Ribs 
The appearance is not attracting but the flavor is more than what you expected before. Certainly, the best in its class. Instead using the common ingredients like chicken or fish, this dish has shown that pork also matches to be paired with the salted egg sauce. That protein can absorb all the richness and tastiness of that sauce and deliver a significant taste to lifting up your standard. Definitely brilliant.

Alternative venue: Five Star Kampong Chicken
6/7 Cheong Chin Nam Rd
Singapore, 599732
Nearest MRT: Beauty World (Downtown Line)
RSVP: (+65) 64 663 000
Operational Hours:
10.00am - 12.00pm (Everyday)
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Now you can easily elevate your salted egg game. From the most attracting one until the undeniable significant one is all available right here here. Perhaps, this review will keep on updated for the whole month. Be sure to bookmark it anyway. Also feel free to share it if you love too.

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