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(1) The Mustard Seed Pop-up's red snapper fillet with homemade chilli crab sauce.

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(2) Gado gado of market vegetables.

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(3) Gan Ming Kiat.

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(4) SO-CA Salon pop-up's horse mackerel sheng yu.

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(5) Eggplants cooked in Pork Fat and Shiitake Broth.

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(6) Joseph Ong.

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(7) Crack's Otah Scotch Eggs.

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(8) Lynette Zheng.

Cooking under the radar

They have no restaurant to call their own, but three young Singaporeans show that you can find original cuisine in unexpected places.
Sep 23, 2017 5:50 AM

The Mustard Seed Pop-up
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For the past few months, there've been murmurings in local food circles about a young chef who's been wowing diners with his

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