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Couldn't Stop At One Felt like I couldn't stop there, so I ordered another Specialty Cocktail: the Earl Grey Martini ($18++). I appreciated how the subtle flavours of the chilled Earl Grey Tea really came through, despite the strength of the vodka. A dash of sugar syrup sweetened this cocktail just nicely without making it too saccharine sweet. Would be back, though probably just for drinks as the food is on the pricey side. Other Specialty Cocktails here include: • Mango & Pepper Gin & Tonic ($19++): House-infused Mango Gin, topped with cracked black pepper • Hugalibre ($18++): Angosutra 1919 Rum, Fresh Lime, Ginger Ale 💳 Accepts credit cards 🌬 Air-conditioned seats available ☀ Al fresco seats available 💦 Water is not chargeable
Emily
30w
Kick Butt Smokey Bloody Mary Rabbit Carrot Gun's Specialty Cocktails menu had me taking a second glance. They aren't discounted during Happy Hour... But I still went for these 2. Yes, even without the discount. Started off with a Smokey Bloody Mary ($21++), which sounds like a match made in heaven. I enjoyed the Taste of Health from the tomato (lol) & also the woody, peatyness from the Old Young's Oak Smoked Vodka. The cheeky spice that hits you at the back of your throat is what I appreciate in a good Bloody Mary, too. In all, this was very enjoyable. 💳 Accepts credit cards 🌬 Air-conditioned seats available ☀ Al fresco seats available 💦 Water is not chargeable
Emily
30w
For Hearty English Nosh in Katong This quintessentially English cafe in Katong is perfect for brunch with your pet and partner — they even have Sunday roasts ($29/pax) served at noon on the dot! Also good is the Koo Koo Ca Choo ($19) with sauteed mushrooms, hash brown, poached eggs and shaved gruyère. There's also a killer Avocado Smash ($17), with feta cheese and poached eggs atop your avo toast. For sides, order the Scotch Egg ($10) doused in HP sauce. Note that furkids are only allowed in the al fresco area. Water bowls are available upon request! Photo by Burppler Alicia Ng
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For Meaty Salads You don't always need rice for a grain bowl. At Sideways, you'll find grilled ribeye steaks and other proteins mixed together with leafy greens, with pairings like avocado and poached eggs to add flavour. Burppler Amanda Liu loves the Halloumi Fever, with comes with roasted aubergine, padron peppers, artichokes, and more. "Each piece of item is grilled perfectly with a hint of char with every bite. Mix them together with the hummus to give you a nutty fix and a creamy finish with the burrata." Photo by Burppler Amanda Liu
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Halloumi Fever ($18) Hello you, hallo mi. For all veggie lovers, this one's for you! Sideways has their Halloumi Fever, which comes with a choice of base (Couscous & Mixed Peppers), Roasted Aubergine, Zucchini, grilled Padron Peppers, artichokes, Burrata & hummus! You'd never think of filling up on this but wow, each piece of item is grilled perfectly with a hint of char with every bite. Mix them together with the hummus to give you a nutty fix and a creamy finish with the burrata. This well-balanced dish is great for days where you feel like having something in the healthier side.
Amanda
19w
Ribeye Bowl ($20) Having steak for breakfast is never too indulgent, right? Available only during the weekends on their brunch menu, pop by Sideways for their Ribeye Bowl between 10am to 4pm on Sat & Sun to taste this goodness by yourself! This bowl comes packed with your choice of base (this was Mixed Greens +$2), topped with Mixed Grilled Vegetables, Avocado Dip, Grilled Padron Peppers, Poached Egg & of course, a perfectly medium rare steak. You'd be surprised at how full you'd be after this bowl as it does fill you to the brim, in terms of flavour & stomach space.
Amanda
19w
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Roast Duck ($128). Lolla has been consistently serving out really good dishes. Call it magical, as it looks ordinary on paper but tasted exceptional. It's the mastery of the cooking techniques, the sourcing of good produce, and the discipline to keep things simple. 🔸 This uses the Silver Hill Farm Roast Duck, served with 88 Castelvetrano Olives. This is served with an intense jus made from roasted duck bones, where a huge tray of duck bones was reduced to just that little bowl of jus pictured here. The duck itself was amazing, but the jus made this phenomenal.
Justin
7w
Lolla Takeout Set ($55/pax, min 2 pax). Lolla is one of the best restaurants along the once-buzzy (before CB) Ann Siang Road. Remember the Lolla cheesecake that I raved about? Yup, besides that cheesecake, they also serve takeaway sets for a minimum of two persons. 🔸 For $55+/pax, it includes: 1. Octopus Stew with Olives and Bacon 2. Beef Tongue Tonnato 3. Busiate Pasta with Crab 4. Potato and Speck Terrine 5. Apple Tatin (set for two pictured) 🔸 These are fuss-free soul food that are unpretentious and yummy. What surprised me the most was the crab pasta, it's not just some crabs tossed with pasta, but each strand of that busiate pasta was well-coated with the crab sauce. 🔸 Good recommendation, @riardsg, and thanks for this treat. 🔸 📸: @lollasg (but I took the liberty to make some edits to suit my feed)
Justin
16w
Too Bad They Don’t Have This Dish Yet It’s impressive how these local chefs could create innovative dishes that are as good or better than many tapas at Spanish restaurants. Go in a large group and try out many dishes. The ‘mains’ (eg. pork collar, ribeye steak) tend to be less yummy than the small dishes. Excellent service. Unfortunately, unless you’re a well-funded Lolita, Lolla is not for regular lollapaloozas as it’s quite pricey, in fact quite outrageously so as you can easily spend $150 per head in order to come out not hungry and feel the need for a refuel at Maxwell Hawker Centre.
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