Brand new, fabulous food at low prices, excellent presentation, a jewel in the rough. Especially their Feta Burrata which comprises of Turkish toast, creamy-salty cheese and garden basil relish in dirty tomato salad. Not to mention their sweet unique desserts as well.
Fill-A-Pita is another fast and casual dining cafe serving great Middle-Eastern food in Singapore. Situated at 3 Shenton Way, it closed in 10 September 2015 and will be opening their new outlet in another location soon. However its difference as compared to the first two I just mentioned is that it served only vegetarian and halal food. As in sandwiches made from pita bread and filled with salad and dips. There are also no eggs or unions in any of […]
Set in the suburban streets among shophouses, this is unique restaurant with several artpieces decorating the walls for a complete Turkish atmosphere and culture. Besides the settings, I also liked the menu with several photographs of what they served. Their main attraction is Deli Turk’s signature kunefe priced at $14.90. It is regarded as their trademark dessert that appeals to most customers. Including me since I ordered and tasted it. Other dishes include oven-baked shredded pasta sandwiching unsalted cheese, topped […]
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The last time I was at Middle Road was way back in 2006 when working for Times Teleperformance call centre at 101 Building. Having heard of this unique cafe serving Middle-Eastern snacks in local food variety show, I decided to give it a try. And it did not disappoint me. The green rolls that you see on this plate reminded me of another type of Chinese snack filled with coconut. So are the rest like Cashew Baklavas, Dark Chocolate and […]