the sweet pumpkin pie is a seasonal item which definitely gave off halloween vibes with its bright orange color. the texture of the ice cream was on the denser and thicker side & the taste and smell of spice and cinnamon was v v pronounced, regretfully overshadowing the little hint of pumpkin the ice cream had.

the houjicha on the other hand had a lighter and more watery texture. the distinct bitterness of the houjicha was complimented by a slight sweetness. overall we found the taste of tea to be a tad diluted but it was still pretty enjoyable.

the sour dough waffle had a slight sourness which was a little confusing at first, but you would eventually connect it with the taste of sourdough bread then it started making sense & became so so good. it had a chewy and soft inside with a slightly crispy exterior & i strongly believe that’s the best texture a waffle can ever have (tappy begs to differ though). as much as i loved it, the strong flavor in the waffle somewhat overshadowed the flavors of the ice cream when eaten tgt. we’ll probs get an ice cream that’s more intense in flavor the next time we’re back.

our all time fave at awfully 🥰🥰🥰 even though i’m not a big fan of sweet stuff but this was so good!! the cake was very soft and moist and while it was sweet, the salted butterscotch drizzle balanced the sweetness of the chocolate swiss roll & white chocolate cream perfectly.

maybe our expectations were way too low, but boy, this blew our expectations out of the water 🌊

the steak was super soft and tender for its price point. def sth we didn’t expect since the reviews we read were pretty bad.

the bread rolls were also pretty impressive. it was super soft and fragrant & I liked how it was a tad salty!! the mac & cheese and tortilla were pretty mediocre in comparison (i think there was a lack of salt) but still v v enjoyable.

the pork was a bit of a let down due to the strong porky taste. but the spicy yangnyeom sauce made up for it!! the best part was that they played mama & for that i liked them even more 🥰🥰🥰

my fave ice cream chain in the world (i nearly lived in the branch opp my sch) simply because the flavors served in kr were too good to be true (strongly believe that world domination is not impossible for them if those flavors are available worldwide🥰🥰🥰). the limited flavors available in sg was a bit disappointing, but we couldn’t resist the one for one promo.

the pistachio almond ice cream was a huge disappointment. the pistachio flavoring felt overly artificial and we can’t taste or smell any of the nutty fragrance despite having two different nuts in one scoop of ice cream. also, the almond tasted kind of stale?

the peanut butter & chocolate flavor was like a dream come true though. the ice cream was super creamy, the chocolate base was sweet and milky, and there were large chunks of peanut butter ribbons which tasted like mars bars hidden in every mouthful. what i rly loved was that the chocolate base wasn’t overly bitter or intense, thus it paired really well with the salty peanut butter which helped to cut through the sweetness of the chocolate and made the flavor pop.

i think this must be how falling in love with matcha again feels like 💕💕💕

absolutely loved the matcha soft serve (though it melted so so fast) 🥰🥰🥰 it was super milky with a strong taste of matcha & we really liked how there’s a bitter aftertaste throughout which helped to offset the sweetness. the topping were so delightful too - the two mochis were chewy but not overly so, making it almost jelly-like, and it’s so easy to eat with the soft serve.

we also loved how generous they were with the brown sugar jelly!! it made every mouthful of the soft serve even more interesting as there’s a never ending supply of toppings.

one of the rare few places that had me craving for it again the moment i’m done with it???

wouldn’t recommend the gyoza; the skin was soft and limp and the meat filling wasn’t mind-blowing too.

absolutely enjoyed the yuzu cappuccino ramen too!! the broth was super light and refreshing (but still flavorful in its own right) & there was a strong burst of citrusy taste with every mouthful that we took. the red onions were a bit too pungent and strong for the light soup but i guess it was supposed to provide a stronger flavor profile?

the charcoal cha shu ramen was super flavorful & intense. the soup started off feeling thick and salty before we were hit with a strong smoky flavor, albeit heavier on the palate but it tasted incredibly well-rounded. the slices of cha shu was also very soft and tender with the same smoky flavor. i really liked the pairing of the vegetables with the meat - the vegetables was crunchy and pretty much tasteless so it helped to cut through the oiliness of the soup and meat.

the ‘sid’ ale was good!! it was pretty light and crisp, reminding me of a kronenbourg, and the light taste really helped to cut through the heaviness and oiliness of the dishes.

pls get the kimchi carnitas fries everybody!!! it’s probably the best loaded fries that we had in a long long time. their fries had the perfect texture (slightly crispy on the outside and soft on the inside) and the flavor is super on point! i really enjoyed the generous amount of kimchi and sour cream which added an additional dimension to the otherwise salty and spicy dish. also, they were really generous with their toppings too. at some point, it felt like there were more pork than fries (though we would had preferred it to be the other way round).

i personally loved the korean po’ boy. the galbi short rib was well-marinated and tasted exactly like what i would get in a good korean bbq. also, the pairing of pork belly and sour kimchi could never go wrong. however, the downside was that they were too generous with their meats which made me feel like i’m eating a korean bbq bowl rather than a burrito bowl. also, there wasn’t enough sauce that we’ll normally get in a mexican burrito making the entire dish a bit too dry. will recommend it to those ppl who love meat and wouldn’t mind losing the mexican component of the dish.

the baja fish tacos was nothing special tbh. the fish was well fried but there’s not enough seasoning. despite the copious amount of sauce, it tasted v v bland and fell short of our expectations.