Went for the largest cut for striploin because it looks so good. Ordered medium but it tasted more like medium rare. Mac and cheese was not bad too and just look at that portion!

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Cheese steak looks smaller than other sandwiches but it was superb nonetheless. Generous amount of beef mixed with molten cheese sauce.

Crispy fried chicken (bottom right) was generous with their chicken thigh meat. And turkey classic has turkey breast, bacon, mustard, lettuce and tomatoes. ($16 each)

Wanted to try cubano (pulled pork) but it was sold out so I guess Iโ€™ll be back in the future.

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Super homely looking place which serves delicious Korean food. Ordered this Christmas set which includes their famous super huge pancake which I'm totally excited about. Pancake is half seafood-half kimchi. Personal, I prefer the kimchi side more but both is really good. The tofu kimchi soup (I think) was fantastic as well. And really love the pork belly and chicken dipped with egg on the side (free flow with crabstick pieces inside).

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I honestly do not know what the hype for this is all about. Tastes pretty normal to me, just a bunch of fried vegetables and chicken in a bowl. I honestly will not pay $17.70 for this again.

Located at the corner end of Central basement, this Vietnamese joint serves pretty authentic and cheap Vietnamese food. Beef combination pho ($6.90) was not too bad, spring roll ($4) is not bad too but what I like the most is their banh mi ($6.80) because it reminded me of those that I had in Vietnam. I'll totally come back for their banh mi!

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52 Sandwich Shack, a grilled cheese sandwich kiosk, is a new concept by @dear.nesuto that will be taking over the space of Koki Tamagoyaki!

Here youโ€™ll find different versions of the comfort food. Apart from the classic, simple 52 Grilled Cheese that I personally prefer, the Sliced Beef with Onsen Egg is a pretty hearty option. With three types of cheese (mozzarella, cheddar and fontina), sweet, tender and juicy shabu sliced wagyu beef, balsamic onions that helps to cuts through the heaviness of the dish for those who arenโ€™t huge fans of cheese. Served with a side dip of onsen egg.

Not the best around but I love grilled cheese sandwiches, tho Iโ€™ll be sad to see the tamagoyaki go. ๐Ÿ˜ž Grilled cheese tamagoyaki sandwich please?

Cheesecake is SO GOOD!!! And the cheese soft serve tastes better than the milk one in my opinion.

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The best dishes in the picture is definitely the BlooiE's Chilli Cheesy Dog (their chili con carne is pretty good) and the quattro formaggio pizza. The burger patty is way too dry, but the cheesy dog has really soft buns with juicy cheesy dog. The pizza is super delicious and cheesy and the blue cheese on it was a delight. You could smell it before the waitress place it on the table. Pasta is pretty normal I would say.

~ $20/pax

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Honey butter chicken comes in normal chicken parts or tenders. The chicken is really crispy, juicy and tender and sprinkled with generous amount of honey butter powder ($12) It's realllyyyy good! The chicken served are always piping hot and crispy, which is definitely a plus. Kimchi pancake ($8.50) is not bad, worth the try if you're a kimchi pancake lover. And the army stew ($13.90 for 2-3pax) is not too bad as well. I would say the highlight here is definitely the chicken. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿปoh and mozerella cheese sticks are going for $5 for 4 pcs, which is pretty tasty as well. (How wrong can cheese sticks go?)

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Honey butter chicken comes in normal chicken parts or tenders. The chicken is really crispy, juicy and tender and sprinkled with generous amount of honey butter powder ($12) It's realllyyyy good! The chicken served are always piping hot and crispy, which is definitely a plus. Kimchi pancake ($8.50) is not bad, worth the try if you're a kimchi pancake lover. And the army stew ($13.90 for 2-3pax) is not too bad as well. I would say the highlight here is definitely the chicken. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿปoh and mozerella cheese sticks are going for $5 for 4 pcs, which is pretty tasty as well. (How wrong can cheese sticks go?)

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Honey butter chicken comes in normal chicken parts or tenders. The chicken is really crispy, juicy and tender and sprinkled with generous amount of honey butter powder ($12) It's realllyyyy good! The chicken served are always piping hot and crispy, which is definitely a plus. Kimchi pancake ($8.50) is not bad, worth the try if you're a kimchi pancake lover. And the army stew ($13.90 for 2-3pax) is not too bad as well. I would say the highlight here is definitely the chicken. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿปoh and mozerella cheese sticks are going for $5 for 4 pcs, which is pretty tasty as well. (How wrong can cheese sticks go?)

This cosy little space serves superb authentic Korean food. My friends absolutely love their spicy chicken feet (the sauce is really delicious and their chicken feet has no bones). Beef bulgogi was also damn good, as well as their "season pancake" - which is half kimchi and half seafood. They also serve soju and soju tower (which is really cheap btw I think $30+ only) so if you want to avoid the drunkards you should avoid 11pm+. All time favorite spot to drink or just to eat or both!

~ $30 to $40/pax

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