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No doubt the #1 go-to dim sum place for those who crave a variety of decent dim sum (esp. in the wee hours of the night) – Fav table has got to be those along the roadside kerb as it was a cheap form of alfresco dining. Whoop!

Faint taste of green tea & not much different from the original almond one leaning on the sweet not bitter end of the spectrum.

G.T lovers like myself - don’t expect matcha satisfaction from this!🍵😞

DIY mega san ($11.90)

Get to choose the wrap, rice, 5 ingredients and sauce. Very filling and the ebi fry is nice!

Simple and wholesome brekkie, kind of guilt free too 😛
Whole grain toast [$2]
Eggs (fried) [$6]
Avocado smashed [$6] - literally just smashed
Roast chicken [$6] - shredded chicken

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Having it my way:
1. Sourdough [$2]
2. Dark roasted peanut butter [$1] - homemade peanut butter, really out of this world, love how rich and intense the flavor is
3. Eggs [$6] - choose your style
4. Sautéed mushrooms [$6] - love the mixture of mushrooms used here
5. House smoked trout [$7] - probably my fav of the lot. Very subtle hint of smokiness in the perfectly cooked fish that just flakes off so gently with all its moisture intact (it’s no longer on the menu, replaced with mackerel. But do ask and see if they can do this for you)

Behind the scene: cold brew coffee [$7]

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You can choose how you like your eggs(poached, scrambled or...I forgot the last option). The potato waffles were a little “meh”, it’s basically a rosti packaged in a different name. It wasn’t as crisp as I’d like, but we did enjoy how it tasted. The eggs were perfectly done - a good mix of cooked and runny. I’d suggest eating this deconstructed as the flavors get all mixed up altogether and doesn’t really taste that special anymore.

Pretty pricey for the taste, maybe I’ll go for the fresh bakes instead next time!

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Classics with a small twist! As a croissant lover I just had to pick this. The eggs benny went really well together, much more than a normal muffin would. Generally, I feel muffins are quite dense tasteless in general so I really appreciated how they substituted it with a lighter, more flakey alternative that was filled with buttery goodness! They were pretty generous with the smoked salmon too.

Pretty pricey for the taste and the wait time was pretty long though.

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First time here and I am not disappointed! Walking in, it’s like I’ve been transported back to the bakeries in Sydney, where a smorgasbord of fresh bakes lining the counter immediately catches your eye. All the pastries looked sooo good especially the peach strudel!

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Duck was very tender and the plum sauce went well with the gravy and mash potatoes! Skin was crispy and tasty.

Waffles with chicken was surprisingly a good combination! The spicy chicken tasted like hot sauce (good for those who like spicy flavours) and the slaw included apple which was refreshing! Pretty pricey but worth it under Burpple Beyond’s 1-for-1!

A very delectable plate fried by an old uncle. Easily one of my favourite Hokkien prawn mee stall. It’s cooked with a flavourful stock resulting in noodles that’s abit wet - the way I like it! Take note the chilli is slightly on the salty side.

Ordered the small one at $4 with no extra charge for takeaway. There’s also $5 or $6 option for people with bigger appetite.