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Great crispy waffle and is not too sweet. Good ambience also!

Not the cheapest for sure, but I’d pick a swirl of soft serve over a solid scoop of icecream any day! It’s sister cafe Creamier is far away, but I’m glad that it’s v2.0 is less than a 10min drive away.🍃🌝

An oldie but a goodie, One Man Coffee’s French Toast is a pick-me-up any time of the week! Fluffy brioche, candied walnuts, salted caramel and fresh fruits (dat caramelised banana mmmmm). Sounds like it might be too sweet, but I thought it was quite well balanced, or just get this to share, you won’t regret it either way. Psst, 1-for-1 here with #BurppleBeyond!

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Had a nice casual lunch here.
The fish and chips and barramundi was not bad! Portion was quite big.

Staff were very friendly and helpful; they patiently explained the restaurant concept and gave recommendations. We tried the Crazy Carbonara ($15.90) that was recommended, and no regrets!! Sauce was pleasantly light for a carbonara and the pieces of smoked duck were tasty. Apparently they revamped their menu to include more sauces (pesto, tomyum etc) and I would come back again to see what other pasta types they have and to try other pasta dishes! 😍😍

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💵: $10

📈: 8/10

🤔: Big portion and great when paired with the curry dip! Chicken was juicy and the batter was crispy, super delicious and great for sharing!

The Acai itself was great! With the burpple beyond promotion, it was super worth it. I preferred the almond butter over the cookie butter which was too sweet for me. The coconut sorbet was great and light. The outlet itself though... Loud obnoxious kpop music was playing and some parts were so dirty! You can see that the preparation area is not maintained well. The toilet was so dirty too. For a place that is supposedly “green”, tea was served in paper cups even though we were dining in.

💵: $16.50

📈: 8/10

🤔: Not a big fan of soft-shell tacos, but with its slightly charred and crispy edges, I couldn't find it in me to dislike it. The beef wasn't too dry or tough and was marinated well. Salsa gave a spicy kick which made the dish even more addictive!

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Fancy paying $7 for ice mocha? Think I’ll stick to making my own at home.

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5 Senses Bistro has quietly updated & overhauled its menu since the last time I’ve been there. One of the new dishes on the menu is this White Seafood Crabmeat Pasta ($14.90++), which sees crab meat (duh), squid, shrimp & mussels stewing in a wonderful white seafood soup.

Apparently, 5 Senses takes the old adage that ‘you eat with your eyes first’ very seriously, as they serve this piquant pasta in a cute ceramic crab bowl. It is a little annoying to get all that brilliant broth out with all the tiny nooks inside the bowl, but there’s no denying that the presentation is bang-on beautiful.

5 Senses has always been a stellar soup maker even though they don’t specialise in soups, and their white seafood soup is utterly umami. It’s rich, briny, wondrously wholesome, and is undoubtedly hearty. The angel hair pasta is competently cooked to al dente perfection and absorbs that sapid soup well.

The seafood was pleasantly fresh, with the mussels tasting nice and clean and the crab with just a little hint of sweetness in it. The weird thing about squid is that it must be cooked just right, or it must be thoroughly overcooked in order to qualify as perfectly cooked squid. 5 Senses’ squid is definitely at the latter end, with the squid being soft and easy to bite into, with just a little bit of resistance and snap. The shrimp within ain’t much, but they’re fresh, slightly sweet & satisfyingly snappy.

Believe me folks, 5 Senses’ White Seafood Crabmeat Pasta is a tremendous treat for all 5 senses. No bullcrab here, only honest to goodness seafood soup.

Their Grilled Cheese Toast is quite decent too ($7.00) @glyphsupplyco
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Having the Pork, Egg & Cheese ($6.30 a la carte, $9.60/ set-milk tea) Sandwich, I would say skip the drinks and focus on their classic Taiwanese thick toast. Simple yet utterly comforting, it was a winning combination of thin pieces of marinated pork with gooey melted cheese and a luscious slab of fluffy eggs. The sweetness from the layer of homemade mayonnaise in between adding to its whole appeal. Overall, a great breakfast or tea break option if you want to splurge or seek a change from your usuals.

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