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I’m not a big fan of cream pasta but the Spaghetti Carbonara ($16) from Mpire is quite delicious! The savoury bacon and parmigiano cheese cut through the creamy sauce and go well with al dente spaghetti. Got this at a steal with Burpple Beyond’s one-for-one deal✌🏻

This is about as decent as pork chop gets. Got the Kurobuta bone in pork chops and the steak of the day. Textbook doneness and flavours. 👍🏼👍🏼

This breakfast platter has slightly more variety. Thick cut bacon was not bad, at least the portion was reasonable.

Eggs were okay, not super creamy kind.

Croissant was buttery and flaky. But I felt that the filling which was the crab yuzu was quite salty.

Eggs were too little as well

The avocado and mushroom were great. Had this with Burpple Beyond 1-for-1 and this was the lower price item.

Had this as part of the Burpple Beyond 1-for-1. Arrived there at 12.30pm (start of weekday lunch hour) and most of the meals were sold out / not available. Indoor seating also not available - and outdoor seating was a little hot / noisy.

Had this as part of Burpple Beyond’s one-for-one. Service was attentive (compared to Hong Leong outlet). The interior can be a little dark and noisy. The zucchini noodles were great. The miso salmon came medium rare, so enjoying this is really a matter of personal preference.

Don’t think people usually come here for the main dishes, but we visited thrice just for the food coz we love the crabmeat pasta and the steak!! Never disappoints!! Happy hour drinks were quite affordable too.

loved the food here! umami pork burger and the chilli crab rice bowl are super yummy & value for money using the 1-1 deal. highly recommend :)

Stall name: Chinatown Cooked Food

Manned by two elderly ladies. It sells a small assorted selection of fried Yong Tau foo to go with laksa or fried beehoon or noodles. Go early as the stall sells out very early.