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The portions of rice given seemed smaller than average but was drizzled with a layer of flavourful savoury soya sauce. Very tasty, and can very well be eaten on its own.... a bad thing as you're here for their meats! :)(We actually wanted their noodles but they were sold out when we were there)
Taste: 8/10
Price: 7/10
Overall: 7.5/10

Overall, good food, OK price, OK ambience, OK service (Very friendly but food took quite awhile).
Price: 6/10
Taste: 8/10
Ambience: 5.5/10
Overall: 6.5/10 (Worth trying if in the area)

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This was surprisingly good as the sour tangy and refreshing flavour of the lemonade totally contrast and gets washed down by the bitter aftertaste of the coffee. Do note that as the lemonade is quite acidic though, you do not want to be drinking this on an empty stomach.
Taste: 8/10 (For its unique factor, do give this a shot)

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I came here as a group of 3 and we initially wanted to order their small portion which is meant for 2-3 Pax as stated on their menu, adding on their Taiwan Style Street Duck ($45 for whole, forgot how much for half). However, as that was not available we went with the medium portion for their Three Cuts Combination instead.
This... was definitely not a 4-5 pax portion and we easily finished the meats - Think there was too many bones.
1) Pipa duck was very moist, tender and flavourful, lightly salted and very sweet
The skin had a 'shiok' layer of fat that melts in your mouth after savouring the nice crunch from the crispy skin. Only gripe is that it could be a tad crispier as they had asked us whether we wanted the duck to be crispy or not but nevertheless, still my favourite out of the 3 cuts.
Taste: 9/10
2) Roasted duck was not as sweet and more saltish. The skin was not crispy and I don't think it was meant to be but very good flavours as well, don't think it will be fair to compare this to the Pipa duck.
Taste: 7/10
3) Soya sauce chicken was good but could definitely have had stronger flavour in the meat, also not the best I've tried. But that is considering that I've tried Liao Fan Soya Sauce Chicken (1 Michelin Star) and numerous other famous soya sauce chicken stalls. Hence, still a decent cut of meat with the most generous portion of meat given here though that may simply be due to chicken being cheaper than duck.
Taste: 6.5/10

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The special sauce here just tasted like Japanese roasted sesame dressing. Its a cold crunchy dish that is meant to be an appetiser, not a side of vegetables for the meat.
Taste: 6/10

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Opening Hours
Thurs-Tues: 1030H-2030H
Note: Closed every Wednesday

Sliced fish hand made noodle dry ($5)
The sauce is just 10/10, sweet and savoury with the chili not being overpowering. The addition of ikan bilis (Fried anchovies) provided a nice crunch to the dish. The noodles were thick and chunky served with a generous serving of pork and fish slices mixed with crunchy green vegetables. A very satisfying meal complemented with an extremely flavourful fish broth.
Taste: 9/10 > 9.5/10 (When considering the fish soup served alongside it)

'Square scotch egg, Ground beef, Banana shallots, Worcestershire sauce, Chili panko + 1 side (Salad, Soup, Dan's Fried rice and etc.) with a spicy thousand island dressing (Turns out to be a sriracha sauce)'

To start, the service was very friendly and they took the time to explain to me about the dish and which sauces compliment which dish. I was taking an Insta story throughout and the Chef paused mid-way to allow me to get a better shot.When I was there, I was charged $1.50 for the Iced Chocolate as there was a system error but they were kind enough to let it be.

Tried their fried rice which was sticky and moist. It had a hint of egg mayo but was overall quite bland. They have a variety of sauces to help elevate the rice though:
1) Greek yogurt - Light and refreshing (Meant to be paired with the lamb scotch egg)
2) Kaffir Lime - Tangy and surprisingly sweet with a very thin consistency almost like that of water (My favourite)
3) Sriracha - The one placed on my plate which was mildly spicyOverall, really like all their condiments.

Moving on to the Scotch Egg, 
The spice from the chili panko hits you immediately followed by the subtle but distinct beef flavour. While it is very interesting, I felt that the flavours could be stronger as without any of the condiments, the scotch egg paired with the fried rice would have been far too bland and flat.
Taste: 5.5/10 > 8.5/10 (With their sauces)

The iced chocolate was essentially fresh milk + dark chocolate syrup > Chocolate milk (Slightly darker than normal... but essentially, chocolate milk).

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(With 3 croutons served in a mug)
Thick consistency, could be creamier and have a stronger mushroom fragrance but better than average
Taste: 7.5/10

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Operating Hours (As per their menu):
Tues-Fri: 1700H-2230H (Last order at 2200H)
Sat-Sun & PH:1630H-2230H (Last order at 2200H)

Salad had a refreshing lemon vinagrette dressing, very tangy. Black pepper sauce had a subtle black pepper aftertaste and wasn't too thick. I think it was a nice touch of adding caramelised onions to the steak but more would have been preferred as I didn't think it significantly added any flavour to the dish.Overall, the steak was cooked beautifully and is one of the better steaks I've tried, comparable to restaurants that specialise in them.

Wedges (Tried from another bowl) are really good. Lightly salted, crisp on the outside, slightly moist and really fluffy on the inside. Food hack: Add the wedges into the mushroom soup.
Taste: 8/10

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Time limit: 100min (I think this applies only to Eatigo users)
Price: $18.60 (After 50% Eatigo discount and 10% Service Charge)
Note: No GST charge at this buffet

A small obscure restaurant located on the second floor of a shophouse along Dunlop Street. They had quite a wide variety of marinades for the pork belly as well as a variety of different types of meat and meat cuts. In addition to the meats were the vegetables and pineapple (Probably canned) and watermelon. There was a waffle, ice cream and cooked food station as well. On top of that, they provide free-flow drinks for an additional $2.50 nett. Otherwise, you're strongly recommended to bring your own water.

While there was a decent variety of meats, I wouldn't come back again, even with the 50% discount as none of the meats were high quality and none of the marinades stood out in particular apart from perhaps, the herbal pork belly.

Price: 8/10 (This is after the 50% discount)
Taste: 5.5/10
Ambience: 4/10
Overall: 5.5/10 (Would not be over 5 without the 50% discount)

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'Comforting homemade bread pudding. Served warm with vanilla ice cream & whiskey sauce.'
There was a strong alcoholic taste present in the sweet and thick whiskey sauce which made this quite unique and no doubt paired well with the cold, creamy and very milky vanilla ice cream. Don't think they used actual vanilla bean in this as I couldn't see the specks of vanilla bean. The bread pudding was not memorable and have definitely tried better ones at hotel buffets.
Comforting dessert but again, nothing that really says 'please try me again'.
Taste: 7/10

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'Norwegian salmon seasoned with Cajun spice & grilled. Served on a bed of Roasted potatoes & topped with tangy corn salsa.'

Did not try enough of this to rate but heard that it was cooked very well.

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'Hot chunks of pork ribs pulled off the bone, tossed with a special BBQ sauce & sandwiched in a warm buttered sesame bun'
- Moist and creamy garden veggies without being overly buttery
- Fluffy buttery and toasted brioche bun
A hearty and comforting dish but nothing spectacular
Taste: 6.5/10

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