May May

A pretty little restaurant serving asian-fusion bowls of food. Overall pretty tasty but I thought it was overpriced.

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Fried chicken – korean style. Twas ok, like your normal popcorn chicken.

 

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Wagyu beef with rice, the rice was crispy and made for good texture when eaten together with the beef. However the dish itself just felt disjointed.

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Beef rendang with quinoa, the rendang was rich and flavourful and I like anything with quinoa.

The lunch menu here looks much more interesting, will be back to try that.

May May
65 Tras Street
Singapore 079004
Tel: 6221 4698

 

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May May

Paddy Hills

Paddy Hills is a seriously beautiful cafe. Its not your usual ‘buy industrial like furniture from taobao and throw everything together’ place and you could tell serious thought was given to decor, with the highlight of the place being that gorgeous jade counter anchoring the entire place.

The menu here is pretty fusion, with more than one item featuring a korean twist. I like that this is not your typical brunch place.

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Then again, E went ahead and ordered the typical brunch – breakfast platter which came in a HUGE bowl featuring (and oddly plated I must add) scrambled eggs on toast, smoked salmon, and bbq pork rib. Thought it was pretty average.

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My kimchi fried rice with medium rare steak and a perfect sous vide egg was lovely. You cant go wrong with a sunny yolk bursting onto rice and the fried rice was very tasty.

Paddy Hills
38 South Buona Vista Road,
Singapore 118164 

Paddy Hills