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There are 3 flavours - milk, cheese or milk & cheese twist - which costs about $5. A generous serving of rich and creamy ice cream. I’d personally recommend the twist to get the best of both worlds. If you’re not a fan of ‘jelak’ ice cream, the cheese flavour might not be a good option. It does melt pretty fast but has a creamy texture slightly similar to gelatos. Definitely worth the price. [7.5/10]

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Thai Ice Tea [5/10]
Peach [6/10]
Lychee [7/10]
Milk [8/10]
Taro [9/10]
Blueberry [6/10]

The Taro and Milk flavoured mochi was definitely the best out of all - wasn’t too rich but still flavourful and works well with the mochi texture. The rest does not blend as well with the mochi layer. Personally not a fan of the fruit flavours but it is certainly refreshing and enjoyable.

I got the six piece classic churros ($6.90) with a purple yam dip ($3). The churros were good - crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside - but they weren’t mind-blowing or out of the ordinary. The true hero was the purple yam dip - not too sweet, not too bland, great consistency and complements churros well. It’s a pretty hefty price for a dip so I decided to get something special instead of the typical chocolate or caramel dip. I can safely say that yam is the new chocolate. [7/10]

Salmon with Mango Sauce ($20.90) was surprisingly pleasant. A well-cooked salmon with a crispy skin atop, perhaps a bit tough but not overcooked. A subtle mango sauce that could be slightly tangier to enhance the dish’s flavours but certainly complements the salmon very well. I’ve been here a few times and I love their mashed potatoes. Nice smooth and chunky bits of mash that are not processed with a buttery undertone. [8/10]

White Chrysanthemum Gelato ($4.70) was a refreshing ice cream flavour. A light flavour complemented with cocoa nibs but if you’re not a fan of bitter bits stuck in your mouth, this may not be the one for you. If you’re an adventurous eater, it’s certainly worth a try. The texture isn’t anything out of the extraordinary. Its texture is part sorbet and ice cream so indulgent ice cream eaters may not be into it. [7/10]

Single Patty Original Meal ($11.90) with Onion rings (+$2). A tad bit pricey for a simple burger but a classic American burger - toasted bun, lettuce, tomato, onions, pickles, relish and the patty of course. If you are looking for a classic burger, this is the spot to go to. The patty is a bit dry but overall a decent burger. [8/10]

To be honest, the winner was the onion rings. It’s $5.90 on its own but you can upgrade your plain old fries to these amazing onion rings for $2. It’s not your typical soggy sad onion rings but real crispy, chunky and legit. [9/10]

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Nutella Brownie Cheesecake Softserve ($4.50/$6) is good in the sense that it’s not plain chocolate ice cream but has the nutella flavour. It is VERY rich so warning!! Overall, a decent softserve texture but not exactly a very unique flavour if you are adventurous. [7/10]

Apple Crumble Softserve($4.50/$6) is great if you love apple pie. I personally don’t like ice cream too rich so the apple crumble does make it more refreshing. I recommend this if you are looking for non-conventional ice creams! [8/10]

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Seafood Aglio Olio ($19.90) is worth a try. They are very generous with their seafood - large prawns, squid, scallops and mussels. If you fear the fiery chilli padi, please avoid this at all cost but if you love spice, this is worth the price. The prawns and scallops were great but the squid and mussels were a bit rubbery. Overall, a decent Aglio Olio! [6.5/10]

Stylo 82 Mocktail ($13) is a concoction of peach puree, orange juice, freshly squeezed lemon juice and ginger ale. Very refreshing and a simple but delicious mix. [7/10]

While waiting for your food or once you had your fill, do drop by the pool table with your partner and have a game ($2). Just approach any of the friendly staff! You can also try playing darts there as well!

Kuro Tonkotsu Ramen ($9.90) is an original pork bone broth with roasted garlic oil. Forget about Ajisen and Menya Musashi because this ramen is the holy grail of ramen. You pay so little for such a sumptuous bowl of noodles. The ramen noodles are authentic and have a nice bite to them. The broth is flavourful and truly delicious. The Cha Shu and Onsen Egg is perfectly cooked. I cannot imagine finding a better bowl of ramen for just $10 [10/10]

Orchid Vanilla Tea ($8.50) is a new experience for tea lovers. It has a velvety mouthfeel and a soothing taste. It is certainly a must-try if you love vanilla very much - the flavour and aroma really comes through. [9/10]

Chicken and Mango Chutney Sandwich ($16.00) is one of the best sandwiches I ever had. The chicken was very well seasoned and the choice of bun - ciabatta bread was an excellent choice. However, I could not detect much of the mango chutney which was a little disappointing. Aside from that, it is very enjoyable and rather filling to say the least. [6.5/10]

The staff in the cafe are really friendly and extremely helpful. It was a delight to be served by them. [10/10]

If you are looking for the following:
• A place to relax away from the bustling city
• A place to study + free wi-fi

This is the place for you!

Cold Brew ($6.80) was surprisingly good. It’s better than Starbucks and Coffee Bean to be very frank. It comes separately with milk and syrup but personally, the coffee is great on its own. It has a great balance of bitter and sour with a chocolaty undertone. [9/10]

Ebony Forest ($6.50) is basically a black forest cake roll. It’s nice but not mind-blowing. However, the cake is rather dense for a cake roll so if you like light cakes, this may not ‘take the cake’. Other than that, it’s good. [5/10]

If you are not a fan of restaurants in crowded malls, Vineyard is situated in the sub-urban area of Hortpark in Singapore and lets you have the peace you need as you dine in.

The Truffle Mushroom Pizza ($18) is certainly value for money as they are very generous with wild mushrooms and you don’t have to suffer eating those cheap mushrooms from the can. Unfortunately, it does not have the classic Italian oven baked pizza crust which I hoped for. [7.5/10]

The Tomato Vodka Cream Seafood Pasta ($24) is worth a try. If you want to try something different from the typical bolognese, alfredo, carbonara etc., this has a unique flavour and is the perfect balance between thick creaminess and acidity. [9/10]

The Signature Farmed Poulet ($28) was personally lacklustre for me. The chicken is comparatively drier than those of other restaurants but the skin is its saving grace. The sides of vegetables and mashed potatoes complemented the chicken very well. [6.5/10]