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Floral Bubbletea Cafe 馃拹 If their beautiful floral designs aren鈥檛 enough to reel you in, maybe their food and drinks will. - Signature Fruit Tea | $7.8 馃崚 The most expensive fruit tea we have ever ordered, the Signature Fruit Tea was refreshing. But we feel that it could have had a higher ratio of tea to fruitiness. In our opinion, while it was good, it wasn't really worth the money. - Kokyo Matcha Bubble | $6.5 馃嵉 If you鈥檙e getting something for the gram, this IS the drink to get. This creamed swirly creation combines the earthiness of the matcha with the natural sweetness of the brown sugar. - Avocado Milkshake | $5.8 馃 Albeit slightly icier than a milkshake should be, the taste of the Avocado Milkshake was spot on. Not too sweet, with a right amount of bitter notes from the avocado. - White Peach Oolong | $4.8 馃崙 With a good balance of tea and fruit, the light aroma of the oolong strikes your taste buds first before leaving you with a subtle peachy aftertaste. - Original Tiramisu | $8.8 馃嵃 It certainly pops as a birthday cake or a sweet treat for your friends. However, when it comes to the flavors, it was lacking in depth that traditional tiramisu should have- the bitterness of the cocoa powder, the deep tones of the rum against the luscious mascarpone cream. - Brown Sugar Bubble Tiramisu | $8.8 馃 To our delight, it didn鈥檛 have that sugar rush element that some brown sugar drinks entail. The brown sugar taste was mild, deep with a houjicha sort of bitterness aspect to it. - Our verdict? The tiramisu isn鈥檛 worth the money unless you value aesthetics over taste. And for the drinks, despite the higher price, they鈥檙e definitely something that we will come back for.
Colman
22w
Earl Grey Tiramisu Cake Served in plastic containers encased in paper boxes. The packaging looks nice but the whole thing feels too light and empty.聽The mascarpone cheese had a聽airy texture聽that feels more like mousse rather than cake. The actual portion of cake is really small and I guess for this price, I could have gotten a better cake in a bigger portion elsewhere. The packaging probably adds on a fair share of cost to consumers聽銆$9.80
Triffany
27w
Mango Milkshake Rich and creamy mango milkshake, topped with little bits of fresh mango. A lttile pricey but I feel that it鈥檚 worth it. I also like their avocado milkshake that came out super creamy which I don鈥檛 mind treating myself to such beverage once in awhile聽銆$6.80
Triffany
27w
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Signature Beef Noodles ($8.90) One look and you can tell that this Lanzhou rendition is slightly different from the sg style hawker beef noodles that we鈥檙e familiar with due to its clear soup. But the broth was nonetheless flavourful and very drinkable. I opted for the thin noodles and I really enjoyed its QQness without being too much of a mouthful. You can choose to add $4 to make it a set with a braised egg, side dish and drink. Many choices to choose from for the side dish including braised tofu (recommend!!), pickled cucumbers, radish, black fungus and beansprouts etc etc. The braised egg was the outstanding side for me with all the herbal flavours heavily infused.
Lee
29w
Signature Beef Noodle $8.90 Worth every cent! The broth is light and refreshing. A small bowl is enough for one person. We added a small amount of chilli paste and vinegar into the soups and it taste great. For this bowl, we picked triangle noodle. Chewy and springy!
K
29w
Mala Spicy Beef Noodle $9.50 One of the favourites and I can know why after tasting it! Soooo delicious. The 鈥渘umbness鈥 (鈥渕a鈥 in Chinese) is well balanced with the soup. I cleared the soup! I picked the thinnest noodles for this bowl and it turn out to taste somewhat like 鈥渕ee sua鈥. Still good. But because of its 鈥渢hinness鈥 the noodles is not as chewy. The beef was thinly sliced. Top some 鈥渃hilli paste鈥 they provide free at the side. Just perfect! I must say their side dish wasn鈥檛 very fantastic though and quite salty. But the main dishes were superb.
K
25w
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BEST KBBQ EVER 馃ズ This place is known for their premium meat bbq. Loved the prawn beef (bcos shaped n marinated into a prawn shape lmao, second plate from bottom left) so much we ordered 2 extra servings after this pic even tho it鈥檚 like $40 per 100g.... but wow it鈥檚 marbled so perfectly it鈥檚 so juicy and literally meltsss in your mouth 馃憛馃憛 the hugeass bibimbap was rly good too!! The brown rice they used added a sweetness n chewiness to an otherwise very standard dish. Would come here again if I鈥檓 craving korean bbq foshure
Cheryl
15w
Korean Fare at Amoy Street Prawn - premium ribeye cap at $46/100g is tad expensive but tasted sooooo good. Ordered other items Ribeye @ $43/100g - skip this and go for prawn Pork Jowl @ $15/100g - prefer this to collar Pork collar @ $20/100g Beef short rib @ $23/100g Seafood pancake @$38 is so big that is good for at least 4 to share. It comes with a lot of spring onion and leek and not enough batter imo. Good place to go for premium meat Korean bbq
S
49w
200g Pork Belly ($13 Per 100g) Ordered 300g pork belly, 100g signature marinated beef brisket, 100g short ribs & a cold noodle. Unlimited supply of lectures and side dishes including kimchi too. Meat are definitely in good quality so as the lectures (very crunchy and fresh!) Staffs are very helpful and help to barbecue. The cold noodle is good too. For the meat that is cooked, they were put on a piece of bread so they won鈥檛 be burnt while to keep it warm still. $45 per person. Overall a satisfying experience! Worth paying a visit during lunch and try the rest of the dishes!
M
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