Such a pretty dish! I had to take pictures of it from every angle! Salmon with giant Israeli couscous. The salmon was well paired with the brown butter miso sauce! Healthy and light. Order a Muddy espresso with cold milk to complete the meal.

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Slightly spicy with two soft shell crabs and crispy fried fish cubes. I enjoyed it. The soft shell crabs were fresh. I didn't expect the crabs as the menu stated, battered squid. I didn't expect the rice to be spicy but it gave the dish an extra kick! Best part was, my teeth didn't turn black from the squid ink 😬

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The eaterie was empty when we arrived but quickly filled up. We were the only Singaporeans. Because of this and the view of the marina, I felt like I wasn't in Singapore. The waitress were attentive and helpful when we wanted to shift tables so that we could have the boats in our photos. The portions were huge for us. The food was delicious but were slightly more expensive for Mediterranean fare. I had a lamb wrap. We throughly enjoyed our lunch.

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Thick slices of smoked duck paired with lemak chili api sauce. Didn't think it would taste so good. Owner attended to us. He prides himself on knowing his customers. Told us he knows that it was our first time there since he has never seen us before. He kept on checking on us when the food arrived to ensure it was not too spicy for me. He even treated us to a pecan packed pie. Love the nostalgic ambience. We will be back for the fantastic fusion food and of course the ondeh ondeh cake.

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Dinner or dessert? Or both...
Savoury or sweet? Or both...
I had a thin Belgian breton galette that was filled with avocado, a sunny side up egg and lots of turkey bacon strips, onions, baked beans and mozzarella cheese. Share it with someone and you will be able to go on to dessert.
Big Treasure Box. A generous scoop of vanilla ice cream on fruits and bite sized dollar pancakes. Sprinkle some coconut shaving, drizzle maple syrup and dig in. Good for sharing!

Soya bean based soup which you can actually taste. I like it that they boil the soya bean again before they include them into the yong tau foo. Small detail but the beans come out soft and goes nicely with the other ingredients.

Next best thing, they fry the ingredients. Not so healthy but just enjoy it. Maybe common now to find stalls frying yong tau foo ingredients but wasn't so a few years back.

Finally, they have a good variety of ingredients and types of yong tau foo.

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If you are a local but don't know what satay is, you ought to be fined. But if you don't know where to find juicy satay without the chunk of fat, head down to Haron Satay. Slather on the chunky peanut sauce and you have a satay so good, it is comparable to the famed Satay Kajang from Malaysia.

You cannot go wrong with this fish. Even a non fish eater will love it. Dip it in black sauce with chilies and onions and have it with steaming hot rice. Shiok!

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Delizioso! The squid ink was thick and black. Not a great dish for a first date but fantastic for any other occasion! The fried calamari was a welcomed addition to the squid in the sauce. I washed it down with a refreshing glass of lychee mint tea.

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Iskender Kebab. Tender lamb and beef in tangy tomato sauce on freshly baked bread with yogurt on the side. The dish I must have every visit.

First experience here. Ordered the Titanic Pot. Was disappointed that it did not come with their signature sauces. But felt so much better to find that the seafood was fresh and that they go well with the typical sauces (sambal, thai and lemon garlic). There were two crabs and a lobster in the mix. The sausages are from a halal supplier. The staff offered to cut up our crabs and lobster at our table. Wonderful service!

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Had a nice lunch at the cafe. First and foremost, I like the spacious setting. When we got there, we noticed that many of the tables have been reserved. So that gave me a good impression.

We chose our food and we didn't have to wait long. We had the Brazzen Beef. See photo. I was surprised that the steak was sliced. It was juicy and tender. It went well with the chili aioli sauce and sweet potato fries. I especially like the generous serving of salad. It was a wonderful meal but a tad pricy.

The Smoke Duck was succulent and I enjoyed it tremendously. Now, duck is a rare dish at a halal eatery. So I was pleasantly surprised that it was done perfectly. The duck was sliced as well. Easy to eat and easy to enjoy.