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Marching Into Marche At 313 Somerset, Singapore

SWISS FOOD IN SINGAPORE....

Our last dinner in Singapore before our trip ended down south, this time we opted for Marche at the 313Somerset.  Our last visit to this Marche was four years ago, if I am not mistaken.  It is good to be back again, several years later, they are more grown up now and yours truly has added a few more lines as well.  I remember ordering the knuckle then and I wanted to try that again.  As usual upon entering, we were given a card each.  With the card, we can order whatever we like, just get it swiped and then pay when we exit. 

As usual, I leave the ordering to my kids... whatever they order, I just have to sit back and eat...
Marche... 
Can choose whatever they like.... 
I'm more interested here... 
Our Pork Knuckle platter...
Reminded me of the famous Pork Knuckle in Frankfurt, Germany... 
Someone ordered this.... 
My girl's favourite! I let her have it all...
Whereas ... I have my eyes and mouth my blueberry pie... 
Yes, this one too..
 mine to indulge....
Or was it him??? 
And soon... it is time to bade farewell.....
Bye Singapore.... 
Till we meet again... sometime... again... soon!

Comments

  1. I love the big cow! Is this a waffle with chocolate syrup? Wow, I will have to make one! Everything looks so tender, and such generous portions!

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  2. I like your post title, it rhymes! Hee Hee.

    Long time never been to Marche, so many years back been there.

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  3. Been around for a long long time, saw the one at Raffles City but never been. They have an outlet in KL now, right?

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  4. I have been to Marche at The Curve a long time ago. Quite interesting concept of ordering and having the "passport" stamped.

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  5. So true. The pork knuckle reminded of Germany too. Just that the one I had over there was a whole knuckle. I need to cut and shred them myself.

    Bet you be going South anytime soon. I lost count of how many time you travelling around North and South this year. Lol.

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