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Klang BKT ($5) - Always preferred this version over the pepper Singaporean bkt. However, it lacks the herbal element. Pork was tender.
Oyster omelette ($4.50) - Love it! The starchy element made it tastier than the carrot cake we had and a special shout out to the chilli sambal. Drizzled some of the chilli sambal for my other dishes.
Carrot cake ($3) - I think it was affordable, given food court carrot cake ain't that cheap. It has taugay, which some might not be on board 100% with your carrot cake but that's a personal preference. They will cook and mixed with chilli sauce if you asked for it, but it doesn't have much heat.

Absolutely stunning! Had the strawberry, banana, vanilla walnut and lavender. All of the flavors didn't disappoint in terms of taste and looks. Eclairs are priced around $8 and it is worth it to try different flavors using the burpple offer. I loved how the cream is thick and flavors didn't feel artificial (which can go wrong for strawberry and banana). The pastry was so soft and for those with nuts topping, it was just the right amount of crunch and paired perfectly with the eclair filling.

Affordable food! Gyu don was below $10, and though I would prefer my beef to be medium rare, I couldn't complain as it was value for money. The Ayam Panggang had a generous portion for it's price point at slightly over $10. The Earl grey cheesecake was also a delight, if you like light and creamy cheesecake.

The place had a really nice ambience. Would recommend to catch the sunset and watch the planes fly while dining in. The cafe had a rustic look with bicycles and bicycle parts mounted on the wall.

The food tasted amazing! It hits all the right notes and gave a nostalgic feel of the tastes we love for peranakan sweet treats. The deal was really worth it using the burpple whereby the set can be shared among 3 people.
The classical deco and high ceiling gave a nice afternoon tea ambience.
However, I waited 45 mins for the set to arrive and the place was clearly understaffed, which sadly led to an unpleasant experience.

Truffle pasta ($12) - Was watery and unfortunately drown the truffle taste and aroma.
Pulled pork Benny ($14) - Definitely worth the craze. I can understand why this is a popular contender, with the soft yet smokey pulled pork. The brioche bread was a delight, crispy on the edges and pillowy in the centre. Egg oozed out when pierced, capturing the cascading of a perfect egg Benedict. No faults here, absolutely love it and it was affordable for a brunch main in Singapore.

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Had the burpple deal one-for-one ice cream.
Due to covis-19, we can't try the flavors but definitely not disappointed with those that we chose.
Tucked in neighborhood/hdb area, we found this small cafe.
I got to say, though they might not have many variety of ice cream like bigger ice cream chains, I was amazed by the quality of the ice cream. It was firm and packed with flavors. They nailed on all the flavors that we tried : Matcha (not overly powdery), Honey Lavender (beautiful purple. The freshness and fragrance of the ice cream made it a delight), salted caramel (caramel with a touch of saltiness made a good combination with the waffles). Overall, I love the ice cream and the fact that it is not overly sweet and no-nonsense ice cream.
Shop is hard to find and small but the ice cream made it a deserving trip :)

(Burpple 2 for $25 nett) Love the tenderness of the roast beef. The sauce beautifully accompanied the beef and running egg yolk just seals the deal, coating the rice magnificently. Devoured the dish in a heartbeat. (9/10)
Had the salmon on a separate occasion and the Mentaiko and doneness of the salmon was a perfect marriage. Would recommend it too,for non-beef eaters.
Service was incredibly fast ~ Had a chat with the owner and they have been struggling really badly with the covid outbreak and the lack of customers in CBD. So if you are looking for a good homey quick bite and yet affordable Japanese food, please support them

Had a Steak Benny and the breakfast platter for brunch, accompanied with tiramisu and Walnut brownie.
Steak Benedict - Love the cook on the steak (medium rare) and the combination of fresh flavors. Definitely worth it at $16.50 (8/10)
Breakfast Platter - Love the freshness of the veggies (grilled tomato but not overdone, salad). Decided to get it with the chicken sausage and it was juicy and cooked to perfection. The flavor took me by surprise and again, priced at $16.50, it was worthwhile with the burrple deal (8.5/10)
Brownie was fudgy but yet firm, being heat up and there were crunchy walnuts to tie the dish together (7/10)
Tiramisu was dellish ~ for $5.80, very worth while (7/10)
Service and ambience and the space really made this cafe a desirable brunch place. I believe that there is some music (as there was a music stage) and it would be a lovely place to hang out (9/10)