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First time here! Tried the Aburiya bowl and the Hokkaido soft serve. Got to say that the Hokkaido soft serve was a dream that transported me back to japan, with the Ballance of creaminess and milkiness, paired with some biscuits at the end of the cone for an extra crunch. Got to give it to the uniqueness of how the Wagyu beef was thinly cut and roasted, a great accompaniment with the glaze of the rice. Truly elevated the tastes! Very convenient to the mrt too :) loved it here.

Great ambience to chill with nice songs. Naans are quite good with generous portions generally. Had the Saag Meat ($22) and Yarana butter chicken ($23) for 1-4-1, with 2 naans (olive methi and brown garlic). Alls quite good and tasty. total damage for 2 is $45:) after burpple

Used 3 Burpple deals (6 of us) and it was rly worth it! Got the pork jowl ($28), pork neck ($28) (not in the online menu), soy chicken thigh ($22), army stew ($24) +$5 for ramen, seafood bean paste stew ($18) + $5 for dumpling, and Kim cheese fried rice ($20).

Meat was good and they came with some mushrooms and onions! They will cook it for you as well so it’s a bonus. As for the stews, I think you can find better ones outside - broth can be thicker and could be more generous with the meat. The kimchi fried rice was something special tho, worth to try.

Overall the food was good, but it’s on the pricier side without Burpple beyond deals.

Went as three pax and my friends ordered a duck confit and Angus steak medium rare (each was $26 on its own). The duck confit was good, but the steak was a little tough to chew. My portobello burger was juicy (and they almost charged me the healthier lunchtime portobello burger at $21 until I corrected their bill before paying). Service was a little slow for the food that came a long time after each person got their main and almost finish eating before the next one came. It came with 2 bottled craft beer options (think volume was half pint). The dessert creme brûlée ($9) was not impressive so I don’t recommend it. We also ordered Paulaner Weissbeer ($8 per pint) that is pretty good deal. Overall, some hits and some misses.

The laksa barramundi was flavourful and we finished every drop of the dish. It came with crispy wantons, fish cake slices and laksa noodles at the bottom of the fish. The truffle carbonara was topped with poach egg. Creamy but could do more with deeper truffle flavour and a little more salt. Overall is a great deal. We also ordered a craft beer, brown ale, from a local brewery and it was pricey at $11 for half pint.

the staff forgot our order or smth but either way there was a delay for one of the dishes, but they made up for it by giving us truffle fries ($12) on the house which took us by surprise :”) we got the sriracha buffalo chicken burger and spaghetti carbonara. the chicken burger was q classic!! juicy meat and a good level of spice. the sweet potato fries had amazing texture and the salad was drenched in a very addictive sauce!! the carbonara on the other hand (the dish they forgot) was a little weird. not sure whether the texture of the egg yolk sauce was meant to be the way it was. had bits of cooked egg and the flavour was a little weird. my guess is that they rushed the dish but other than that the vibes of the place were nice :)

Bacio(hazelnut): string nutty taste with bits of hazelnut.

Earl grey: strong Earl Grey taste.

Tasted good, but portion not enough, was very tempted to go for 2nd round

Honestly, this was a very tasteless meal. Ordered takeaway from this cafe, the prawns tasted really bland. Will not order this again.

On a nice Sunday I came here to try the Aburiya burger! It doesn’t just pride itself for its mains, but also the assortment of desserts here which has distinct tastes of Japan. The Aburiya burger was a fusion Japanese x western twist, with guacamole paired with tamago and sliced A4 Wagyu beef. The burst of flavour in each mouth was an accompaniment of juiciness and a tinge of sweetness, really lovely!

Pasta here is cooked well, al dente. The beef ragu was nicely done too, and the gravy is to die for. Simple and nice, with reasonable price. Definitely will come back for more.

Favourite dish of the night - creamy miso butter sauce with a flaky fillet of cod, charred and seasoned beautifully. Comes with a dollop of berry sauce too. Capellini is served on the side tossed with ebiko, shredded kombu and fresh herbs, giving it a flair of umami.

Not sure if we were just really hungry and everything was so delish, we felt that the portions were slightly small. That aside, Cicada has a lovely ambience, friendly service and interesting cocktails, a great place for girls night out.