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  • Pan Grilled Soy Glazed Saba (serves 2) Pan Grilled Soy Glazed Saba (serves 2)
    • Pan Grilled Soy Glazed Saba (serves 2) Pan Grilled Soy Glazed Saba (serves 2)
    • Pan Grilled Soy Glazed Saba (serves 2)
    • $20.90
    • Prep & Cook Time: 30 mins Serves: 2 pax Saba or Mackerel has an oily, rich flavour that is very delicious and very easy to cook. The perfect dish to cook on a busy weeknight as it is so simple to prepare. Simply pan-grilled to crispy and cook up a soy glaze to coat it over the juicy, crispy fish. Served…
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  • Kung Pao Mushrooms (Vegetarian) (serves 2) Kung Pao Mushrooms (Vegetarian) (serves 2)
    • Kung Pao Mushrooms (Vegetarian) (serves 2) Kung Pao Mushrooms (Vegetarian) (serves 2)
    • Kung Pao Mushrooms (Vegetarian) (serves 2)
    • $19.90
    • Prep & Cook Time: 30 mins Serves: 2 pax Kung Pao Chicken is a popular Szechuan dish globally. In actual fact, we can kung pao anything, and so we bring to you our vegetarian version using King Oyster Mushrooms. King oyster mushroom is named as chicken leg mushrooms by Chinese, because it not only looks like Chicken leg but also tastes…
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  • Sunny Bolognese Angel Hair Pasta (serves 2) Sunny Bolognese Angel Hair Pasta (serves 2)
    • Sunny Bolognese Angel Hair Pasta (serves 2) Sunny Bolognese Angel Hair Pasta (serves 2)
    • Sunny Bolognese Angel Hair Pasta (serves 2)
    • $20.90
    • Prep & Cook Time: 20 mins Serves: 2 pax We believe Bolognese has been the first pasta dish almost every child would be served. After some research, we came across this dish by Donna Hay and so we have given it a twist and we present to you our Singapore Sunny Bolognese! Not your typical pasta flooded with tomato sauce. We have…
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  • Hainanese Chicken Rice (serves 2) Hainanese Chicken Rice (serves 2)
    • Hainanese Chicken Rice (serves 2) Hainanese Chicken Rice (serves 2)
    • Hainanese Chicken Rice (serves 2)
    • $19.90
    • Prep & Cook Time: 30 mins Serves: 2 pax Who doesn’t love chicken rice? A national dish that was adapted from early immigrants from Hainan province has now made it to everyone’s comfort food list and as well top must eat food in Singapore. Everyone seemed to think one can only cook a whole chicken at home but we have…
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