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A simple and heartwarming dish with kimchi and pieces of chicken. A little too spicy for me to finish the entire bowl but it's definitely shiok to have this on a rainy day 》$9.80

Bibimbap with a choice of beef, pork, chicken with loads of crunchy vegetables and egg. It is a crisp and light selection that is already filling in of itself when combined with the fluffy rice. I like the use of the stone bowl which helps to keep the food warm especially when dining in an air-conditioned place 》$9.80

Thin ee mee served with vegetables, mushrooms, and half a lobster. This was delicious! There were only a few lobster chunks but they were fresh and well-sized. The dish was large and full of other ingredients as well, and too big for one person to finish.

This is 400g of tiger prawns, wok fried with ginger. You get to choose other methods of cooking as well, such as steamed, or cooked with chilli or Szechuan style. The prawns were thick, succulent and fresh. Best of all, they were already peeled. Definitely worth the price.

CLOVE on level 2 of Swissotel The Stamford has been revamped into a casual western restaurant that serves handcrafted burgers made with sustainably-sourced ingredients.


I tried their Topokki, Rapokki, Kimchi Fried Rice, Fried Chicken (Mix & Match) and Fishcake.
The topploki and rappoki are mild spicy, not soggy and still chewy, the kimchi fried rice is very huge portion with ingredient of fried spam. The fried chicken is a very affordable for the price.

💰$10.8+ for Toppoki
💰$11.8+ for Rapokki
💰$8.8+ for kimchi fried rice.
💰$8.8+ for mix n match fried chicken
💰$4.8+ for fish cakes.

Currently Dookki have promotion 20% takeaway discount for both their branches at Suntec & JCube.

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staCey: 7.68/11 ~ for me!!! we ordered takeaway for special bday celeb~ the loBster was jUicyyyy n meats were flavourful!! food need to be heated uP for maxiMUM YUMMMinest!!! excellent serviCe bY deliVery people too :~)

ethEL: 8.2/12 ! thnx 2 stacey’s fam 4 providing me dinner <3 variety of meat was plentiful and lobster meat was sooo sweet n juicY ! rly efficient and meticulous delivery service ! overall was suuuper y0ms hope 2 try d restaurant irl soon ~~

The Beef Skewers here were tough and dry, seemingly overcooked, so save the calories and try the other skewers available on the menu. The Chicken skewers on the other hand though, were delicious! Tender, juicy and sweet, the smoky notes from the grill and the seasoning complemented well and this was one of the well loved skewers at the table.

All in all, this is the place to go for if you're looking for affordable drinks and bar grub! Can't wait to head back again!

For the non-meat skewers, I enjoy the King Oyster Mushrooms the most, where the shrooms were still juicy and intact, where other places would have grilled till it turned dry with charred bits. The natural sweet flavour of the mushrooms were enhanced by the smoky notes from the grill and the spiced seasoning, definitely a must order here!

The Beancurd Skin was a tad disappointing as the large pieces of beancurd skin only had seasoning on the outside while the layers within was bland, making this rather tasteless and dry after a while. My friends and I also got full on this after a while so you can give this a miss if you want to make full use of the Burpple Beyond 1 - 1 deal.

Man, this pseudo CB that we are in right now makes me miss the skewers I had at Taan just last month. Utilised my Burpple Beyond deal and got 60 sticks to share among a group of 5 which was more than enough. This was the perfect place for bar grub, offering a great variety of skewers with different seasonings. Had initially thought this was a Japanese stall from all the Kirin, sake and Highball that I see on their drinks menu (yes, drinks are my priority) but found out they were more of a fusion, what with the skewers tasting akin to Chinese lok lok.

The skewers here are pretty bold in flavour and thirst inducing, as the sodium in each skewer were pretty high. Nevertheless, since they were prepared over a charcoal grill, they were still an oily, delicious mess that I'd happily devour.

A citrus fruit tart to complement the other chocolate option I got, this was a choice I didn’t regret. Imagine an ordinary looking lemon tart with its looks elevated and made more sophisticated with gold flakes and whatnot. Presentation by d9 for a lemon tart is once again infallible. Though the meringue was so soft that the biscuit broke it (as pictured), I really am not complaining. Flavour? Not disappointed at all. The lemon curd was soft and tangy. The meringue not too sweet at all. Homemade crust melts in your mouth together with the lemon curd. Absolutely loved this.