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The Academics Breakfast - $27.80
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Plated with sausage, maple bacon, baked beans, sautéed mushrooms, halloumi cheese and greens. I chose poached egg with shaved black truffle. Your classic weekend breakfast that is tasty and satisfy meat lover like me. Bacon FTW
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Tried the salmon roast ($15.90) n beef n brawn ($14.90). Both were yummy but the beef was rly more value for money! We were stuffed. We appreciated the chill al fresco ambience as we watched diving students in the pool practising for their open water dives 🏊🏻‍♀️

Ordered Rosti with bratwurst with mushroom. Taste good and will come back to eat again.

My first time trying the coffee at PPP. As I’m not a regular coffee drinker and can be quite picky with my coffee, I was surprised at how smooth the coffee was! Quite excited to try their selection of cold brews from Chye Seng Huat Hardware, but they were unfortunately sold out for the day. It was expectedly crowded for a weekend, with a queue snaking outside for dine-ins. We decided to do a take-away instead, but I can’t wait to come down on a weekday where it’ll hopefully be quieter! Their selection of pastries look amazing. Do note that their take-away coffees come with a standard two shots. I’m shaking from all the caffeine in me now 😛

Made tastier with Burpple Beyond!! ◡̈

Cafe has very limited seats but coffee was very good. $7.50 for iced latte (1-1 with Burpple beyond), will definitely come back for the coffee.

Came by without reservations on a Tuesday night and managed to get a table, but rsvp recommended as the place was pretty packed! Ambience was cosy and I love that they served orange-infused water. Staff were busy but attentive — they kept topping off our glasses.

We ordered off the ala carte dinner menu:
1) Seafood risotto
Served with mussels, prawn and chorizo, garnished with dollops of mayo and bonito flakes.

2) Kurobuta pork collar
Fatty cut with fresh tomatoes on the side and crispy pork cracker.

3) Iberico pork tomahawk
Comes with rum infused pineapples and salty biscuits (turns out its pistachio crust)

4) Rib eye
Medium-rare doneness with fresh tomatoes, garnished with fried shallots

Each individual grain stood out in the risotto, which goes great with their seafood. The rice absorbed the stock well and the prawns were nicely charred. The mussels were not great (sandy), but a pretty nice dish.

The pork collar dish was really soft and fatty, almost like jelly. Succulent meat. Not bad. The cracker was a nice accompaniment as well.

In contrast to their pork collar, the iberico pork tomahawk was largely lean meat. It also came with odd pairings, rum pineapple and pistachio crust, that worked well together. I enjoyed the salty biscuit with the tomahawk!

Rib eye was cooked to preferred doneness, no complains for this dish.

Overall the food was great and I had a lovely experience. We definitely chose too much protein, and I’d love to try their pasta dishes here next time!

Used Burpple Beyond for the above and spent about $33 each for a group of three :) the staff also proactively asked if we were using any app which I appreciate!

Came by without reservations on a Tuesday night and managed to get a table, but rsvp recommended as the place was pretty packed! Ambience was cosy and I love that they served orange-infused water. Staff were busy but attentive — they kept topping off our glasses.

We ordered off the ala carte dinner menu:
1) Seafood risotto
Served with mussels, prawn and chorizo, garnished with dollops of mayo and bonito flakes.

2) Kurobuta pork collar
Fatty cut with fresh tomatoes on the side and crispy pork cracker.

3) Iberico pork tomahawk
Comes with rum infused pineapples and salty biscuits (turns out its pistachio crust)

4) Rib eye
Medium-rare doneness with fresh tomatoes, garnished with fried shallots

Each individual grain stood out in the risotto, which goes great with their seafood. The rice absorbed the stock well and the prawns were nicely charred. The mussels were not great (sandy), but a pretty nice dish.

The pork collar dish was really soft and fatty, almost like jelly. Succulent meat. Not bad. The cracker was a nice accompaniment as well.

In contrast to their pork collar, the iberico pork tomahawk was largely lean meat. It also came with odd pairings, rum pineapple and pistachio crust, that worked well together. I enjoyed the salty biscuit with the tomahawk!

Rib eye was cooked to preferred doneness, no complains for this dish.

Overall the food was great and I had a lovely experience. We definitely chose too much protein, and I’d love to try their pasta dishes here next time!

Used Burpple Beyond for the above and spent about $33 each for a group of three :) the staff also proactively asked if we were using any app which I appreciate!

Came by without reservations on a Tuesday night and managed to get a table, but rsvp recommended as the place was pretty packed! Ambience was cosy and I love that they served orange-infused water. Staff were busy but attentive — they kept topping off our glasses.

We ordered off the ala carte dinner menu:
1) Seafood risotto
Served with mussels, prawn and chorizo, garnished with dollops of mayo and bonito flakes.

2) Kurobuta pork collar
Fatty cut with fresh tomatoes on the side and crispy pork cracker.

3) Iberico pork tomahawk
Comes with rum infused pineapples and salty biscuits (turns out its pistachio crust)

4) Rib eye
Medium-rare doneness with fresh tomatoes, garnished with fried shallots

Each individual grain stood out in the risotto, which goes great with their seafood. The rice absorbed the stock well and the prawns were nicely charred. The mussels were not great (sandy), but a pretty nice dish.

The pork collar dish was really soft and fatty, almost like jelly. Succulent meat. Not bad. The cracker was a nice accompaniment as well.

In contrast to their pork collar, the iberico pork tomahawk was largely lean meat. It also came with odd pairings, rum pineapple and pistachio crust, that worked well together. I enjoyed the salty biscuit with the tomahawk!

Rib eye was cooked to preferred doneness, no complains for this dish.

Overall the food was great and I had a lovely experience. We definitely chose too much protein, and I’d love to try their pasta dishes here next time!

Used Burpple Beyond for the above and spent about $33 each for a group of three :) the staff also proactively asked if we were using any app which I appreciate!

Came by without reservations on a Tuesday night and managed to get a table, but rsvp recommended as the place was pretty packed! Ambience was cosy and I love that they served orange-infused water. Staff were busy but attentive — they kept topping off our glasses.

We ordered off the ala carte dinner menu:
1) Seafood risotto
Served with mussels, prawn and chorizo, garnished with dollops of mayo and bonito flakes.

2) Kurobuta pork collar
Fatty cut with fresh tomatoes on the side and crispy pork cracker.

3) Iberico pork tomahawk
Comes with rum infused pineapples and salty biscuits (turns out its pistachio crust)

4) Rib eye
Medium-rare doneness with fresh tomatoes, garnished with fried shallots

Each individual grain stood out in the risotto, which goes great with their seafood. The rice absorbed the stock well and the prawns were nicely charred. The mussels were not great (sandy), but a pretty nice dish.

The pork collar dish was really soft and fatty, almost like jelly. Succulent meat. Not bad. The cracker was a nice accompaniment as well.

In contrast to their pork collar, the iberico pork tomahawk was largely lean meat. It also came with odd pairings, rum pineapple and pistachio crust, that worked well together. I enjoyed the salty biscuit with the tomahawk!

Rib eye was cooked to preferred doneness, no complains for this dish.

Overall the food was great and I had a lovely experience. We definitely chose too much protein, and I’d love to try their pasta dishes here next time!

Used Burpple Beyond for the above and spent about $33 each for a group of three :) the staff also proactively asked if we were using any app which I appreciate!

Collins has been one of our fav place to have quality western food with very affordable prices. The mixed Grille @$20 has succulent, juicy chicken chop, pork sausage, kabana pork sausage served with a good helping of seasonal vegetables, potato au gratin. It was so much for us that we need to dapau the left over home. The potato au gratin is a great surprise, as it has a nice crust outside while the inside is filled with a buttery paste of smooth potato that leaves a nice fragrance in your pallette. Overall, a worthy visit. Join their membership and you can get points as you dine and special.benefits on your birthday too.

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