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This was a self-service concept where diners find their own seats, before going up to the counter to place their order and make payment. Toppings are also self-service.

Got the sanuki beef egg udon which came with strips of tender sukiyaki beef and an onsen egg. Pleasantly surprised by how tasty the beef was. Sorry you can't see it in my pic because it's obscured by all the seaweed and tempura bits I helped myself to 😋

Got their dinner set (main + tempura + drink) 1-for-1 using @burpple ! Was about $14 for 2 people. Ambience isn't great but it's an affordable meal in town.

Price: $11.20

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Tried out this 2 for $20 deal after an intense gym sesh. The deal comprises of 1 large Wagyu beef bowl and another normal bowl. So we took the Unagi bowl. Albeit smaller than the large bowl, it was quite filling. Enjoyed this quick lunch with a can of coke. Lady who served us was friendly. She offered a nearby empty table to place our bags on the seats first as there were no customers yet. 8/10 will return!

One of few place in Singapore still serving excellent Assam Laksa. Their prawn mee is not the best, but they serve very good char kway teow, ngoh hiang (called loh bak) and chicken wings. Warm family atmosphere. Reasonable prices. Hope they continue to stay in business, as the number of outlets serving Assam laksa in central Sing is dwindling fast. Our gang loves the ngoh hiang at Penang.

One of few place in Singapore still serving excellent Assam Laksa. Their prawn mee is not the best, but they serve very good char kway teow, ngoh hiang (called loh bak) and chicken wings. Warm family atmosphere. Reasonable prices. Hope they continue to stay in business, as the number of outlets serving Assam laksa in central Sing is dwindling fast. Our gang loves to makan on ngoh hiang at Penang.

One of few place in Singapore still serving excellent Assam Laksa. Their prawn mee is not the best, but they serve very good char kway teow, ngoh hiang (called loh bak) and chicken wings. Warm family atmosphere. Reasonable prices. Hope they continue to stay in business, as the number of outlets serving Assam laksa in central Sing is dwindling fast. Our gang loves to makan on ngoh hiang at Penang.

One of few place in Singapore still serving excellent Assam Laksa. Their prawn mee is not the best, but they serve very good char kway teow, ngoh hiang (called loh bak) and chicken wings. Warm family atmosphere. Reasonable prices. Hope they continue to stay in business, as the number of outlets serving Assam laksa in central Sing is dwindling fast.

One of few place in Singapore still serving excellent Assam Laksa. Their prawn mee is not the best, but they serve very good char kway teow, ngoh hiang (called loh bak) and chicken wings. Warm family atmosphere. Reasonable prices. Hope they continue to stay in business, as the number of outlets serving Assam laksa in central Sing is dwindling fast.

Prior to visiting I’d read reviews about the roll being a little small & stingy - they were right, but since we’re eating lobster in Singapore, I’d say the price point is very decent with the Burpple one for one deal.

We tried the four top flavors- original, Connecticut, cheesy and mentaiko. If you like eating bland lobster, the original is for you- if not, the $2 top up for something more savoury works well in your tastebuds’ favour. Skip the cheese- it cheapens your seafood.

This was my portion of soup scooped out from the bigger bowl, which contained 8 fat dumplings in a huge pot of soup. I enjoyed the dumplings though I wouldn't say they particularly stand-out from other dumplings I've had at such chicken rice joints. The soup was also regrettably over-salted for me.

This came quite highly recommended by our waitress, but I didn't find it too spectacular. The char siew tasted oddly a lot like lup cheong (chinese sausage) which I enjoyed, but it was nonetheless odd. On the other hand, the roast pork was too dry and tough for my liking. I would give this a miss the next time.