New eats: Comfort food with Asian roots for everyone

 

For quality Korean BBQ in a well-ventilated environment, check out BORNGA‘s third Singapore outlet. Top seller woo samgyup comprises thinly-sliced U.S. beef short plate seasoned in the restaurant’s secret marinade–the marbled meat remains vibrant unlike the usual dull strips in dark sauce. New on the menu: LA yangnyeom galbi ($40, marinated short rib), haemul pajeon ($22, seafood pancake), and hae mul dduck jjim ($32, seafood and rice cake). Soju goes for only $11 a pop, and the banchan variety will please hungry diners. Daily 11.30am-10pm. East Wing (Towers 3 & 4) #01-641/642. Tel: 6836 3291

Just a few units away sits Hoshino Coffee, a charming Japanese cafe serving specialty hand-drip coffee, made from handpicked premium Arabica beans (from $5.80). Iced coffees (from $6) are served in a bespoke copper cup to keep your java cool. Nosh on salmon spaghetti with wasabi cream sauce ($16), fuwa-fuwa doria ($15.80) and matcha pot-baked souffle ($10.80, baked fresh upon order). Grab breakfast (from $5.90, till 11am) or a value lunch set (Mon-Fri 11am to
3pm). Daily 8am-10pm. East Wing (Towers 3 & 4) #01-651/652. Tel: 6836 9881

 

A short stroll brings you to My Dining Room. Despite its luxe layout and fine dining fare, your
wallet won’t ache. Appetisers like fried crispy golden mushroom are priced from $6.80, and the most expensive item on the menu is the whole roasted suckling pig ($198). There’s Hong Kong dim sum (from $4.50 for char siew pau) and wines too. A CNY celebration (from $35/pax for veg sets) calls for an order of Teochew yusheng with whitefin wolf herring (from $55) and abalone pen cai (from $248 for six persons). Huat ah! Mon-Sat 11.30am-3pm, 6-10.30pm; Sun & PH
10am-3pm, 6-10.30pm; closed 19-20 Feb. West Wing (Tower 5) #02-314/315/316. Tel: 6238 6898

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