What to Eat at PasarBella & Friends Go To Town From Mar 7-30

22,000 square meters of gastronomic treats await you at PasarBella & Friends Go To Town, now on will March 30. With such an extensive list of traders, it’s hard to tell what’s hot and what’s not. We’ve taken the liberty to sift through the list and score you the top six to keep an eye out for.

PasarBella & Friends Go To Town

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James’ Butchery & Co.

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For top-notch meats, James is your man. What’s good awesome: to-die-for lamb cutlets ($39.90) and barbecue beef ($39.90). Seriously. The lamb was mouth-wateringly tender and incredibly sweet, while the beef was deliciously smoky with an irresistibly charred skin. Read the full review here.

Keith Crackling Roast

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Serving up the crispiest pork roast ($8 per piece; $15 for two; $30 for four) we’ve ever tasted that trumps any restaurants’ is Keith Crackling Roast. Less oily than the usual roast pork, yet moist and utterly tender, its great even on its own. There’s a choice of three homemade sauces: mustard (infused with a dab of wasabi), apple and chili (padi with mustard sauce). Opt for the chili—the tinge of spiciness pairs perfectly with the crackling pork. We guarantee you’ll be back for more—we sure did!

Oceans of Seafood

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Serving Fresh choice seafood from the famed Tsukiji market, Oceans of Seafood is the only seafood purveyor here. There wasn’t anything we tried that we didn’t like. Despite the horrible heat, everything was freshly chilled and delicious. We especially enjoyed the lobster and bamboo clams—chewy chunks of sweet oceanic goodness all in a bite. Read the full review here.

Omakase Burger

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Smash burgers—what’s the big deal, you say? We’ll tell you. This unique technique of rolling beef into a ball, smashing it over a hot grill before scraping it all off—yes, crispy bits included—results in a crispy caramelized crust full of flavor and natural juices of the beef. Weird? Maybe. Tastier? Hell, yeah. Don’t hold back; go for the ultimate cheeseburger ($18.50)—this is one time you’ll be forgiven for gluttony. Read the full review here.

The Gourmet Pie Company

The Gourmet Pie Company PasarBella & Friends Go To Town for Gourmet Adventures

It may look like an ordinary pie, but don’t let that fool you. Baked fresh daily, these pies are brimming with flavor from the freshest meats from Australia and New Zealand. We loved the steak and cheese ($5) best. Tender chunks beef doused in rich gravy and melted cheese… What’s not to love?

The Providore

The Providore Cheese Platter PasarBella & Friends Go To Town for Gourmet Adventures

Gourmet food retailer and café The Providore have now included an artisanal cheese section—score! Cheese platters start from $24 for any three types of cheese (portions are extremely generous too). Take your pick from choices like Brie de Meaux (a beautiful soft French cheese that’s subtly fruity and nutty), Roquefort (warning: this is pretty pungent—not for the weak-hearted), Valencay (deep and nutty, this is amazing with a glass of red), and our personal favorite, Comte (crumbling effortlessly in your mouth leaving sweet and nutty flavors). Also available here is world famous Pat & Stick’s cookie sandwich ($6.90)—strawberry chocolate chip’s a hot favorite. Read the full review here.

PasarBella & Friends Go To Town happens March 7-30, Mon-Fri 4:30-10pm, Sat-Sun 10am-10pm. Admission is free.

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