Food Review: Brewbaker’s Kitchen & Bar @ Anchorvale CC

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Last week was really a fun filled week for me, One of the highlights of last week was to attend OpenRice.com food tasting at Brewbaker’s Kitchen & Bar together with a group of like minded foodies.

imageLocated at Anchorvale Community Centr, Brewbaker’s is tucked away from the hustle and bustle while easily access via the public transport (Taxi, bus or LRT). If you are taking LRT, Farmway LRT is within 5 minutes walk to brewbaker’s. On top of that, Brewbaker’s is also a subsidiary of JP Pepperdine Group ( Jack’s Place belongs to them too just in case you are wondering who are they). Thus you can be assure that with years of experience, food here is definitely not “MEH”.
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With the new Head chef from their fellow subsidery company, Hoshigaoka, Brewbaker’s has now revamped their menu to a fusion of Japanese Western food. We started our night with Sashimi Caesar Salad ($12.80) which was totally delicious. Simple as it looked but the salad was orgasmic to the mouth with the Yuzu wasabi sauce topped with fresh sashimi (Salmon & Tuna) cubes, chicken cubes and garlic croutons. What I like best about this salad is the wasabi taste wasn’t overpowering and with the Yuzu sauce, it tasted very refreshing and appetizing.
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Atsuage Tofu($11.80) is a grilled tofu that flew in from Japan. Personally I feel that it’s similar to Taufu goreng but served with lot of bonito flake and is best eaten with japanese soy sauce and chilli powder.
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Carbonara Udon ($12.60) is handmade udon with carbonara sauce. Personally i like this a a lot as this dish is rather unique and the carbonara sauce is quite rich and flavourful.
imageKinoko Pizza ($12.60)  is homemade pizza dough with enoki,shimeiji and shitake mushroom. Although the dough was made thicker intentionally so as to not let the customer has a dry aftertaste, personally Ilike my pizza in thin crust. =)
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N.Z Beef Rib ($21.00) was soft,juicy and tender. On top of that the homemade bbq sauce wasn’t too sweet and the serving was relatively huge. Personally I love this dish as the beef here was perfectly cooked!
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Beef Shabu Shabu ($28.60 for a serving for 2 pax) was served with New Zealand thinly sliced beef. According to the chef, the stock has no msg and is made with bonito flakes, soup stock, soya sauce and mirin. This was another hot fav of the night as the soup was good and there is lot of vegetables. I highly recommended this dish for anyone who like to have lot of vegetable but wanted some tasty meat and also delicious soup as well.
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Matsu Sushi Moriawase ($31.00) here is made from handmade sushi rice thus this is something special. While I like the sushi rice which is slightly mushy, this might not be so appealing to those who like their rice slightly firmer.
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We have our Ribeye Yakiniku ($32.80) done on the outdoor to prevent the bbq smell on our clothes. It was served with some shimeiji mushroom and pumpkin. The beef was well marinated and tender while the pumpkin was very sweet after grilling it. Personally I like this as I can hands on and of cos the food also tasted good. If I have a complain, that would be it takes a while before the food is cooked. So must sure you order other cooked food as well if you are ordering this. =)
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What is a perfect meal without dessert right? Marble Cheesecake in a chocolate cup ($6.50) was served to end the night. All of us was wowed by the presentation of this dish. The cheesecake is those non baked type and not too sweet as well. image
Overall it was a good dinning experience at brewbaker’s. I would definitely go back and try other items on their menu if i am in Sengkang area. Once again, I am very thankful for the great food tasting experience organised by openrice and hosted by brewbaker’s
Brewbaker’s Kitchen & Bar
59 Anchorvale Road
#01-06 Anchorvale Community Club
Tel: (65) 6886 1811
Mon – Thu: 11:00 am – 3:30 pm
5:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Fri – Sat & Eve of Public Holiday: 11:00 am – 12:00 am
Sun & Public Holiday: 7.30am to 10pm
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