12 Kallang Avenue
#01-43/43A Aperia Mall
Singapore 339511

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm


11:30am - 07:00pm

11:30am - 07:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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All these were on a noodle bun that was crispy and textured, and is served alongside fries on the side!

Note: Food photos were taken before the current circuit-breaker measure.

Chicken was well-marinated and tender. The sous vide egg was the only thing making the the bowl less dry. Could have used a little bit of sauce? Maybe teriyaki? It's still worth the money

Good for hearty lunches and post-work drinks, find this no-frills spot on the ground floor of Aperia Mall in Lavender. Get their tender Teriyaki Chicken Leg ($6) or Yakiniku Beef ($6) rice bowls for a quick and hearty lunch option, complete with a wobbly onsen egg to mix into the Atika rice. Once your work day winds down, pop by for craft beers (from $12 per pint) and nibble on some yummy bar bites — Fried Tau Pok ($8) with meat stuffing or the Hakka Platter ($25) with dried oyster pork balls, shiitake mushroom with pork and meatballs for bigger groups.
Photo by Burppler Dex Neo


More of a craft beer place, Carbon& also has a bunch of rice bowls and Hakka-influenced bar bites. This teriyaki chicken don was nubbad, with tender sweet-salty chicken on a bed of Atika rice and an onsen egg.

Very reasonably priced too, but we’d recommend staying away from the malnourished salmon yuzu bowl.


Fried Tau Pok with meat stuffings, Dried Oyster Pork Balls, Shiitake Mushroom with Pork, Meatballs.

From Carbon& at Aperia Mall; predominantly a bar that serves craft beer on tap alongside burgers and bar bites for dinner, whilst also offering rice bowls during lunch hours. An interesting take on bar bites considering how they serve up items with a local element, the most outstanding item here is undoubtedly the Pork Meatballs; crisp on the exterior, juicy within whilst carrying a good bite without being too synthetic or tough to chew — the Pork Meatballs were undeniably flavourful and well-executed, and something which we could not get enough of. The other items were pretty good too, carrying quite a good portion of meat to provide a good balance of flavour; the Fried Tau Pok having a soft bite with meat stuffed in the middle, while the Dried Oyster Pork Balls was the softest of the lot; the pork being slightly more dominant to the masses. The Shiitake Mushroom with Pork Meatballs are pretty interesting; carrying that firm bite that the mushrooms have, the item carries a great chew with the slight earthiness of the mushrooms complimenting the meat stuffings. Dip the items into the housemade chili for a spicy kick akin to that of the chili usually served with Hainanese Chicken Rice. A pretty innovative take on using local fare for a bar bite.