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The Salmon Bagel ($12.50) was very filling and worth the price. Bagel was dense and crunchy. There was a generous amount of smoked salmon. Came with a side of rocket lettuce salad and cream cheese.

There aren't many places serving halal Mexican food in Singapore, hence when I found out Stuff'd were selling tacos, I decided to give it a try.

For $5.80, you get a decent set of 2 tacos. The tacos were filling and for $5.80, I think it was worth it. Inside the taco were cilantro, sour cream, lime, salsa and chicken. The flavours blended really well together.

However, the tortilla was cold & slightly soggy by the time I reached home. It fell apart as I was eating it. Would recommend it to be eaten fresh.

I usually go for the Chicken kebab, but this time I decided to try their Daily Bowl ($6.80). Worth the money. I ordered chicken, all the veggies, rice and buttered corn and Cucumber Mayo sauce.

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Out of all the Red Velvet cupcakes i've tried, nothing beats the one at Fluff Bakery. The cupcake is so moist and not dry at all. The cream cheese frosting is top notch, just the right amount of sweetness. And the nutella, it just oozes out of the centre. 10/10. This time I also decided to try their Caramel Cheesecake Pretzel Crumbs cupcake. Soo good.

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I got the Banana Craze waffle with 2 scoops of ice cream and whipped cream. Total was around $10+. They sell their waffles half priced on Tuesday so I'd really suggest you go then! The waffle was crisp and balanced out the sweetness. Bananas and caramel sauce were super good, along with the ice cream.

I had the egglet waffle with Snickers Ice cream and Fruit pebbles. ($8.90) The amount of ice cream they gave was pretty generous. (3 scoops I believe) Waffle was crispy and soft inside. One thing however, I wouldn't choose fruity pebbles as the topping as it kinda overpowered the ice cream flavour. Best shared between 2 people.

I ordered the Bulgogi Beef Kimbap ($8.90) and Tteokbokki ($3.50). Kimbap was really soya sauce-ish and sweet, and you can definitely taste the sesame oil! Would give a 7.5/10. The tteokbokki was slightly crispy outside (which I did not expect) and very dense & chewy on the inside. Sauce was sweet and slightly spicy. Would not order this again though as it was very "jelak" after some time. Would give it a 6/10.

I ordered the Grilled Chicken with Rice Vermicelli & Vietnamese Rolls. The chicken was crisp and had a peanut crunch to it. The rice vermicelli, was moist enough to be eaten as rice, which was surprising because the dish came with no soup. The vietnamese rolls were crispy and the sauce it came with had just the right amount of tanginess and sweetness.

I ordered the Chicken Cha-Su Ramen. Broth was just right, not too overwhelming. Ramen noodles were well done and had a nice bite to it. Flavours blended really nice together!

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