Decided to try the French toast and it was really good! The mix of melted butter, eggyness and level of fried-ness was perfectly done 😍

Honestly didn’t think much of this place until I stumbled upon the reviews at burpple and decided to give it a go. The curry puff is truly one of a kind - the pastry wasn’t too thick, the ingredients were generous and the curry had a wonderful, spicy kick to it 🌶

I’m calling it - the best curry puff I’ve tasted!

Edit: the larger curry puff is a lot more tasty and spicy than the mini one!

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Stumbled upon this bakery because I needed a caffeine booster, but I ended up buying several buns and tarts! The tarts were really affordable ($4-$5) and tasted pretty rich 🥰

Yes it’s a little strange to be ordering soup from a western restaurant but this is the best fish soup you’ll ever taste!

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Habitat coffee has moved to lavender! The place is slightly hidden and unexpected, so do keep your eyes peeled when you’re around the area. Decided to try the desserts as the reviews looked good on burpple - the molten lava cake didn’t disappoint! Chill vibes and great place to hang 😎

Would love to try out the smoothie bowls on burpple beyond some day!

A really satisfying rack of lamb! Because of the high fat percentage, go for it if you’re a quality over quantity kind of person. The pesto sauce that went along with it was really flavourful and delicious too.

We also ordered fish and chips and the beef burger which tasted great!

My go-to-place for quality and affordable chirashi. The portions for the fish are HUGEE (especially when you dine-in) and of great quality. I’ve been here on multiple occasions, staff are very friendly and helpful too.

My all time favourite tea latte - the mix of tea, milk, froth and sugar was perfection. Great place to chat and enjoy the chill vibes

I’ve been a fan of cat and the fiddle cheesecakes since they were a temp shop at the basement of raffles MRT. Since then they have expanded to many outlets - the price has surely gone up but the quality and goodness of the cheesecake remains. Given that regular cakes are quite expensive elsewhere, I find their cheesecakes (

Being new to Thai kway chap, i was honestly confused about the taste because it tastes a lot like kway Teow in Bak Kut Teh (the peppery kind). The side dishes were little pricey, so I’ll still opt for the chilli pan mee.

I’m one who subscribes to the idea that porridge is largely for sick people, EXCEPT when it comes to flavourful porridge, such as this one from Zhen Zhen! Loved the option for a beaten egg in the porridge; $3 per bowl with so much ingredients is such a steal!