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Healthier drink alternative to your usual bbt, which also aids in digestion. Always my fav drink place in CBD not only because of the good quality, but also the very friendly staff. When I ordered a topping to my drink, the owner at the cashier offered to reduce the sugar level of my drink. He also recommended other toppings to us.

The lemongrass kombucha is very light, can’t really taste the lemongrass fragrance. I’m trying the lemongrass kombucha for the first time after having the hibiscus twice. The latter is still my favourite.

For once I think that the chicken katsu is more tender than the pork katsu. I personally preferred the chicken katsu more, as it was more flavourful, and went better with the white curry.

Every set comes with free flow rice and white curry, as well as a truffle chawanmushi and a bowl of soup.

Very unique Hokkaido white curry served in this restaurant. I loved how the food is served hot & freshly made to the table. What’s better is they offer free flow rice and white curry for every set ordered!

The pork was tender to the bite and deep fried just right to the colour and texture. There were some pork tendons though.

Slightly to the pricey end, but well worth the price for the quality of the food.

Every set comes with free flow rice and white curry, as well as a truffle chawanmushi and a bowl of soup.

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My favourite healthier choice bakery. Loved how they offer both sweet and savoury choices, while taking care of the healthy aspect of it. They also used food as natural colouring for their buns.

Will always pop by here to grab a few buns whenever I’m in Suntec!

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The mixed berry sorbet brought a sharp tinch of sourness on the first bite, but had a very refreshing taste as you savour the grapefruit-pink scoop of goodness.

The 70% dark chocolate however, was slightly disappointing as it lacked the cocoa aroma and the richness of chocolate. The sugar & cream taste overwhelmed the cocoa flavour.

But it seemed worthy to try the Skinny dark chocolate sorbet!

Those who works around this area should know Uncle Frankie’s famous $1 pancakes in his very tiny shop beside a corner Kopitiam right opposite the Chinese temple. When I dropped by previously, he was preparing a company’s order about 3 huge (cake) boxes !

What’s lovely is that his pancakes are always hot - maybe because people keep buying and he keeps making them? And that peanut filling are always so GENEROUS. ☺️

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Probably one of the most legit budae jjigae I’ve had in Singapore! Would love to have rice cakes in it thoughhhhh. The ratio of ingredients were just right & the soup was flavoured perfectly too. Would love to have another bowl 😋

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Albeit highly priced, (from $20 for half chicken around 7-8pcs) these sinful pieces of chicken brought me back to the days in Korea. The well-battered fried chix wasn’t oily - it was tender to the bite and there wasn’t a slight tinch of frozen chicken taste. I believe the yangnyeom flavoured ones were only drizzled with specially blended sauce. We ordered the mild spicy one but found ourselves ‘sl-sl-sl ‘ away cos of the spiciness hahaha. But this was shiok-ness ! Would definitely be back for more if there were 1-for-1 deals!

Had the lunch deal - Noodles + dumplings + drink for $16++. I had the Sichuan pork noodles, smoked duck dumplings & plum wolf berry drink.

The smoked duck dumplings were really to my tastebuds! Flavourful, and they came with a little special sauce which tasted a bit like vinegar (I don’t like vinegar at all). Topped with flavoured onions (sour!) which was to bland out the duck smell (I suppose). Yummmmm.

My Friend had the original dumplings which didn’t have any wow factor; it wasn’t impressive even as a normal dumpling which was kinda disappointing );

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Had the lunch deal - Noodles + dumplings + drink for $16++. I had the Sichuan pork noodles, smoked duck dumplings & plum wolf berry drink.

The noodles were springy as we bite in, after tossing with the generous serving of minced pork mixed with fried shallots. I don’t really see how it is ‘Sichuan’ cos it wasn’t any slight spicy. The infamous onsen egg completes the entire bowl of goodness.

Here, seafood, meat and vegetables all cost the same - by weight. Unfortunately when we had this around 8-9pm, the ingredient choices were quite limited.

Soup was good; sufficient numbness in 麻, but not 辣 enough for 中辣. They have a level between 中辣 & 大辣 which I think we should have picked. I liked how the soup was more towards the creamy side instead of the mala hotpot kind of oiliness.

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Pricey due to its location, but it was so yummy I finished everything even though I was already so full. The runny egg covering the pre-made chicken thigh meat was made-to-order. Coupled with semi-sweet/savoury Japanese sauce which wasn’t too heavy, it was a surprising match. I wasn’t expecting too much as it was my first time trying saboten despite its fame for its katsu. Nonetheless it was a pleasant surprise and I would definitely come back for more !