This is a big hype, and I tried the Iced Dark Latte ($9.50) which is essentially mocha, and I must say it is really pretty thick and fragrant πŸ˜‚ the coffee notes are strong but not too overpowering nor too acidic. The chocolate used was of good quality, hence making this drink taste really decadent πŸ˜‚ perhaps its a good treat once in a while!

Toby's Estate's food is really pretty amazing, with fresh brioche bread and ingredients that make the breakfast pretty wholesome. The Eggs Benedict Brooklyn Style ($21.50) has good stewed beef that is tender and flavourful. The Brekkie of Champions has a good variety of ingredients and all were very well done. Best is probably the tomatoes, as it was super juicy. We tried the coffee here as well, but sadly they really weren't good πŸ˜₯

The dark chocolate ice cream here is rich and smooth, but the other flavours doesn't impress πŸ˜₯ The salted caramel brownie is way too salty and the toasted marshmallow flavour gives a weird aftertaste that my friends rejected after a mouthful. Maybe the upside from this place is that the portion of ice cream is indeed pretty big!!

Yes I know, it may look like just any other Hawker centre coffee you might get, but trust me, this is different. Seletar Coffee in Whampoa Food Centre makes their coffee extremely thick or "gao", and the coffee the owner uses is really fragrant and is of low acidity. Best of all, this cup of kopi peng is only $1. Really a must get for people staying or working around the area!

Kim's Family pride themselves for giving a huge variety of side dishes, or panchan, and that is really something I enjoyed snacking on while waiting for the food to come. While I was surprised that the chicken bulgogi ($25) was not cooked on the grill at our table, it was still good as the chicken was tender, and the sauce... Oh my its perfect with rice; sweet, savoury and just the right amount of spice. The soondubu hotpot ($40) was huge, and it came with a variety of seafood ingredients including prawns, octopus, clams, mussels and of course, pork belly. The soup was fantastic, but maybe the only gripe I had was that the mussels really aren't that fresh.

This is what one will call a hidden spot, as this Chinese zichar restaurant is located on the 6th floor of an industrial building; probably a place where people won't think of coming of having good food. The zichar dishes are decent and not too expensive, but what that impressed me was their fish head steamboat ($35/45/55). We had the small one with red grouper, and it came with generous amount of fish meat that extremely fresh and meaty. This probably explains why the soup is so naturally flavourful and addictive! Will be back definitely 😊

This is my go-to place for Thai food, because the food here really doesn't disappoint. The Olive Fried Rice ($6) had a STRONG wok hey flavour that I was looking for, and it is flavourful. The Tom Yum Goong is a must get as well, as the soup is thick, spicy and contains much seafood ingredients. I love how the interior of the restaurant is made very spacious as well!

Don Dae Bak uses charcoal to grill the meats, and some were pretty good! The pork belly slices are fresh not frozen, and the quality is actually pretty decent. The weekday buffet goes for $27.90 per pax and one of the best part is actually the free flow omelette that you can get and with the grill, it is possible to make it soft and fluffy 😍 most decent Korean BBQ places tend to be rather pricey, hence this is a good recommendation if you are looking for something in the middle ground 😊

Back at Perch once again, and the food served here remains as good or if not better. The Australian Pork Jowl ($24 1 for 1 with #burpplebeyond) is absolutely stunning, with wonderfully tender and succulent pieces of pork jowl that goes so well with the pickled cabbage below. Really can't find fault in this beautifully executed dish. Probably a must get here.

The Steamed Baby Seabass with Lemongrass Broth ($22 1 for 1 with #burpplebeyond) reminds me of Tom Yum Goong actually, but the ingredients used are fantastic. Hidden within the soup is a meaty piece of seabass that is fresh.

Although somewhat expensive without burpple beyond, but you are guaranteed a wonderful meal, service and experience. Definitely will be back again.

Was wondering what's with the hype with this, and can finally understand why πŸ˜‚ the original coconut shake ($4.40) is really refreshing, with little bits of coconut flesh all blended together. I think 0% sugar has the perfect sweetness level, perhaps for not so sweet tooth people like me!

Most will love a hearty Korean meal, and I'm glad that I'm able to get some quality ones in the east from the restaurant. The soondubu (soft tofu) stew ($13.90) is really packed with ingredients, and boast a very full bodied soup and will definitely warm your heart. With 5 quality side dishes that can be refilled, you are guaranteed a full hearty meal!

Been ages since I went to this burger place, and the quality of the food and service is still high or even better. We had the Hans Im Gluck set ($24 + $4 for alcoholic drink) and the Henne set ($23 + $4 for alcoholic drink) and they were superb 😍 the burgers are really customizable, and don't expect the burgers to be sinfully juicy; they are known for their natural healthy tasting burgers and I must say the ingredients used are really fantastic. Furthermore, the portion given is ENORMOUS πŸ˜‚

I enjoyed the cocktails as well, they were huge, I think 3 small cocktail glasses worth? You can taste the alcohol so you know they do put some in it ☺️ the set comes with a hot drink to end your meal right 😊

The service is absolutely amazing, with the waiters occasionally checking if we are okay with our food, and asking if we need anything else 😊 will definitely be back again!