The Masses

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The Masses was conveniently located at the back of bugis junction near the steamboat area. Stood out with its monochrome storefront and a chic and hipster interior bringing out its merry and vibrant ambiance, suitable for any occasion to be in!

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A quick peek at it’s menu! Pretty unique and fascinating!

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C & C Pasta Starter ($9) – Amazing that it has this both in Main and Starters portion! Just when we are too full yet dying to try, we can go for the starter portion. Served cold, pasta done al dente drizzled in lobster bisque topped with chunky crabmeat and a dollop of caviar. Thick with a tint of creaminess umami flavor coated each and every strand of pasta leaving you contented. Noteworthy they are not stingy at all with the ingredients!

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The Masses Ramen ($16.90) – Chicken collagen soup based with charred pork belly and ajitsuke tamago. It was served piping hot with a thick flavor that follow suits. But one down point was that it was a little tad too oily and greasy to ask for more which was a pity. Nonetheless, the tamago was done well with the egg yolk in semi-liquid gooey state!

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Duck Confit ($14.90) – Love the little crisp of the skin while the meat was kept moist and tender. With a little citrus flavor from the orange, refreshes the dish with some lightheartedness. One of the better duck confit in the town!

Staff were friendly but the serving took a little bit too long. Well, but i guess the food make up for it after all 🙂


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