WHAT READERS ARE SNAPPING AND EATING

Food Trending

Cherry Tart.
Cherry Tart.PHOTO: JULIUS LIM
The Mango Sticky Rice Ice Creamsicle (right, with Baklava creamsicle).
The Mango Sticky Rice Ice Creamsicle (right, with Baklava creamsicle).PHOTO: LEOW ZI QUN
Waffle Burger.
Waffle Burger.PHOTO: SHERYL PHUA
Roast Fish.
Roast Fish.PHOTO: CHUA XING WEI
The Haemul Pajeon (Korean Seafood Pancake).
The Haemul Pajeon (Korean Seafood Pancake).PHOTO: CYRIX LOW

CHERRY TART

"I used to avoid food with cherries because of their medicinal taste. However, I decided to try this tart as it was the prettiest in the display counter. The Spanish cherries are sweet and crunchy. Coupled with the light vanilla cream and buttery crust, it makes a light and refreshing dessert."

Mr Julius Lim, 28, marketing executive

Instagram: @juliuslim

Get it from: Tarte by Cheryl Koh, 01-12, Shaw Centre, 1 Scotts Road, open: 10.30am to 7.30pm daily, go to tarte.com.sg

Price: $9


CREAMSICLE

"The Mango Sticky Rice Ice Creamsicle (with Baklava creamsicle) is like a decadent Singapore-style Magnum ice cream that is a novel twist on the traditional Thai dessert. I like coconut-based desserts and the coconut ice cream goes well with the white chocolate shell that has toasted coconut flakes and rice crispies for an added crunch. It is worth a splurge in the sweltering weather."

Ms Leow Zi Qun, 19, Student

Instagram: @rodarolla

Get it from: Neh Neh Pop by Artichoke, 161 Middle Road, Sculpture Square, open: 3 to 10pm (Tuesday to Friday), 11am to 10pm (Saturday), 11am to 3pm (Sunday), go to instagram.com/nehnehpopsg

Price: $7


WAFFLE BURGER

"Waffles are usually used in desserts, so it is unusual to see waffle-like buttermilk biscuits used in a burger. I like the honey-infused butter that is spread on the deep-fried chicken patty, which adds a special touch to the meat, and I use the remaining melted butter as a dip for the side of French fries."

Ms Sheryl Phua, 27, Psychology student

Instagram: @hannistellar

Get it from: Hungry Kraken, 01-49, Burlington Square, 175 Bencoolen Street, open: 11am to 7pm, Monday to Saturday, closed on Sunday, go to hungrykraken.com

Price: $5.50


ROAST FISH

"This roast fish is succulent and flaky, and is refreshing with the lemon, garlic and scallion topping. This dish showcases the chef's expertise in cooking with simple ingredients, allowing the flavour of the fish to shine."

Mr Chua Xing Wei, 21, full-time national serviceman

Instagram: @the_xw

Get it from: The Royal Mail, Ascott Raffles Place Singapore, 2 Finlayson Green, open: noon to 2.30pm, 6.30 to 10.30pm, Monday to Friday; 6.30 to 10.30pm, Saturday; closed on Sunday, go to: theroyalmail.sg

Price: $54


KOREAN PANCAKE

"The Haemul Pajeon (Korean Seafood Pancake) is crispy yet chewy and moist inside. It is quite affordable, given the generous amount of shrimp, squid, oyster and spring onion in it. Paired with kimchi and anchovies, this pancake is a richer version of the oyster omelette."

Mr Cyrix Low, 39, information technology manager

Instagram: @summersnclouds

Get it from: High Kimchi More stall, Beauty World Centre Food Court, 144 Upper Bukit Timah Road, Level 4.

Price: $8.50


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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on July 19, 2015, with the headline 'Food Trending What readers are snapping and eating'. Print Edition | Subscribe