Monday, April 10, 2017

Timbre+, Ayer Rajah Crescent

Dinnering at Timbre+ (73A Ayer Rajah Crescent). I'm see that the hawker centre style of their setup resonates well with a lot of people. Myself included. Did anyone notice that in spite of the big ass fans and additional ventilation, this place isn't particularly better ventilated than many hawker centres?


We got some salted yolk wings from Two Wings. These deep fried wings were dunked in their salted yolk sauce before they were served. These were not bad. A little greasy though.


Here's a shrimp po boy from Dancing Crab Shack. At least that's what they call it. 6 fried shrimps and some cole slaw between buttered brioche. I wished they gave more shrimp. That buttered brioche made it all good though. While we enjoyed this, I don't think I'm getting it again. 


Big Bern's American Grill (from the original owner of Botak Jones), has what they call a lamb cheese steak po boy. Something they're saying is a first of its kind. Which I thought was a cool idea conceptually. The sliced lamb appeared to be sautéed with onions and mushrooms. The sauce was cheesy, had a bit too much dried oregano and the lamb flavours were barely discernible. Still we enjoyed this more than a certain cheesesteak than we had recently.

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