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Pleasantly surprised that the sashimi cubes were pretty fresh!

Came without a car and had to walk really far so definitely would not recommend coming without a car

ordered NZ mussels and vongole pasta

really nice ambience, good service and well made food, would come again🥺🥺🥺💯💯

Pulpo De La Casa (Grilled Octopus) was well grilled and chewy! Do take note the free tapas would have be below $15! Nonetheless, it was a hearty meal with Paella De Marisco!

Seared tuna sashimi served with caviar and some fresh greens.

Creamy scrambled eggs cooked with creme fraise, served on a piece of bread, topped with a crispy piece of bacon and finished with a spoon of caviar. Nice presentation and the scrambled eggs are definitely one of the best I've tasted. Bacon was crispy and the caviar was good too. The dish gets messy very easily though but I personally don't mind.

Freshly baked onion bread. Very crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, complimentary on the house and free flow. Highly recommend asking for at least 1 serving when visiting.

I have to give them props for the presentation of this dish. Made using a heritage recipe, the curry had a unique taste that's different from the usual hainanese, nonya or asaam curry that I'm familiar with. Savoury and spicy, the curry went very well with the barramundi that was fresh and fork tender. Toasted breadsticks were served with it and were very crisp though I wished they were soft bread sticks so I could soak them into the delectable curry.

Rather than the usual suspects of a Mediterranean dish, the platter was a combo of dips and chutneys that highlighted flavours of Indian cuisines like the coconut chutney, butter tofu dip (similar to that of butter chicken) and curry-infused couscous filled with cashews and raisins. And instead of pita bread, warm and fluffy sourdough naans were served as a pairing.

I sat down then the waiter asked me if I wanted still water or sparkling water... maybe he said it was bottled but I don’t remember hearing it or it was so soft because of the mask... then it came in a glass bottle, I thought it was just one of those restaurants that put water into bottles to serve...

But when I get the bill, apparently the water was $8. 😡 I was not told it was extra charge, and it was not told to me after I told them I wanted to order with Burpple, with is an excuse the server made saying he told me it was a bottled drink and I only told him I was using burpple when I ordered, while he came over to say sorry for charging us for $8 water.

Another waiter, before that waiter came over to apologise, was like if we say still water than it’s not tap water and of course would be from Italy or something. I really had nothing to say, I understand if I heard it wrong, but like if you ask if we want drinks and you say still or sparkling water, would I not assume still water is not sparkling and so is like tap water? Or is it just me?

And they didn’t even write off the charge of the water, which I didn’t know was chargeable, which they could have told me after I ordered with burpple instead of giving me the bill and saying they didn’t know because I told them I want water before telling them I have burpple 😡

I’m going to be paranoid for life whenever a waiter comes to ask me if I want water after sitting down, I need to ask if it’s a bottled water that is chargeable at $8 🤦🏻‍♀️

Cicada, one of the new restaurants that popped up right smack in Clarke Quay boasts a cozy atmosphere and serves up amazing dishes. The Char-Grilled Spiced French Chicken ($30 1 for 1 with #burpplebeyond) boasts a wide variety of ingredients cooked with a grilled chicken that is tender and packed with flavour. The miso cod capellini ($30 1 for 1 with #burpplebeyond) is also unforgettable as the cod itself is very well executed. As for the mini tacos, well... I would give that a miss.

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