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Bo+Co offers some great vegan and meat-free options. 🍃

We tried the Green Breakfast (RM33) - scrambled herbed tofu, vegetarian sausage, hash brown, mushroom, spinach, tomatoes, and toast. 🍅🍞

The homemade sausage was well-seasoned with herbs and spices to provide flavours. Texture was almost similar to meat sausages and we like that it was not dry.

The hash brown nuggets was perfectly crispy (unlike McDonald's soggy ones) and the toast was crusty. #️⃣
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We didn't like the scrambled tofu (resembling scrambled eggs) as we though it was a bit sour. The mushrooms and tomatoes were nicely done. Other meat-free meals include burger, burrito bowl and gluten-free aglio olio.

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The Halibut Fish & Chips (RM41) was a huge portion - three pieces of halibut fried in light crispy batter and loads of chunky fries. 🐟🍟

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Mud crab shell stuffed with curry-marinated meat and topped with tobiko and tonburi (mountain caviar). Yummy! The curry was fragrant and crab meat was delicate. Ming found it to be a bit salty.

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Still on the bone, the lamb belly was very tender with piquant miso sauce! The lamb taste can be a bit a strong, so we suggest ordering only one red meat dish for the night.

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Grilled to perfection, the whole Aussie leek was soft, buttery and tasty. Love the anchovy butter, while roasted hazelnuts and salt crystals provided some crunch!

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Pergi Entier, makan jagung.

Marinated in seaweed butter and seasoning, the corn was shucked before being grilled within the husk leaves. Sweet and buttery - it was a good contrast to the salty crab dish we ordered. Recommended as a good side to contrast any heavy meat dishes here.

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The consomme was peppery with fatty and potent beef essence. It was served with tender beef encased in spinach, along with an oxtail croquette. Best eaten immediately or it can get jelak.

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It was our wedding anniversary. We celebrated at Entier and the kitchen surprised us with a free dessert - raspberry mango mousse. 😘

But their dark choc soufflé remains our fav, hands down! ,😍 See previous post.

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Coffee here is good, the choc banana 🍫🍌 cake also good - gooey choc on top, moist filling and chunky banana bits.

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It doesn't matter if it's for lunch or dinner, the dark choc soufflé here is a must order.

Perfect crusty top, warm moist interior, and velvety dark choc liquid at the centre, the dark choc soufflé (RM40) is amazing.

The soufflé is decadently dark as it uses 70% single origin Pahang choc with choc ice-cream on the side. Mmm... 😋🍫 this is our absolute favourite soufflé in town!

Highly recommended!

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We enjoyed the Choconut (RM15) - pure chocolate mixed with coconut water served in the coconut(!) 🌴 The sweetness of the juice blended very nicely with the bittersweet chocolate - yielding a really refreshing drink.

For purists, you really can't go wrong with their Milk Chocolate (RM13) which uses single origin beans. The chocolate drink is creamy, not too thick with the natural chocolate flavours at the fore.

But if you really like your kakao #extrakao (geddit?) - go for the Chocolate Shot (RM10.50) - 35g of warm single origin chocolate straight from the spout. We sampled it - lovely, thick, chocolate-y goodness!

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Our friend recommended the 462 Prawn Laksa Pasta ($18) and it did not disappoint. 🦐🍜

It was a really good interpretation of the local Singaporean laksa. We enjoyed the thick, creamy, fragrant laksa sauce.

The sauce was perfect with a hint of he be (dried shrimp), spices and enough lemak (coconut milk) to lavishly coat the al dente noodles.

The shrimps that came with it were super succulent and fresh. 🍤🍤🍤

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