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They do a rendition of this in every of their other cafe since Atlas, and it has never been altered or taken out of any menu; that says a lot in itself I believe. It’s hard not to like this simple yet satisfying bowl of Miso-Nori Salmon Soba, with its perfect onsen egg, tender poached salmon, tasty miso-nori butter, and pickle-like warm shimeji mushrooms. A very reliable lunch pick when I feel super uninspired.

I love the curry fish head and lemon chicken - definitely tasty. Hongkong fried noodle also not bad. And the oat prawn was good. Overall in terms of portion and price wise are both okay.

Ribeye Steak (~$58): was a thick and large cut — lean and tender. It could be seasoned a little more, but nothing too much of an issue 🌿

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Doesn’t the Pelican Lobster Burger (~$68) just look absolutely stunning ?😍 And it tastes as good as it looks!
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Huge chunks of lobster meat was sweet and juicy, add a strip of sweet smoky bacon and melted cheese for the perfect touch 😛 Lobster was succulent and they definitely didn’t skimp on quantity 🦞 Also, not sure how they did it but the BACON really worked in this 🥓 .
Old Bay Fries were so huge I couldn’t finish half the portion! Big eaters, you’d be satisfied

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Dintaifung xiaolongbao ($8.50++ for 6)

Skin is thin and meat is substantial. Soup is also hot but could be saltier.. felt the soup didnt have much taste. But that being said, still one of the best xlb around in Singapore.

This place used to be one of my favourite tze char place when they were still at sin min industrial. Was so happy that they recently moved near me and so i went down to try with few friends. Personally, I felt that standard has dropped. Steak served cold and not as fantastic. The fried rice however, is still addictive. The lala hokkien me has deteriorated much. Overall quite disappointing.

I really liked the cheeses and hummus because they tasted very Greek and authentic. The sauce (with the meatballs) was also very full of interesting spices, and the tzatziki too. The octopus was grilled to perfection -- not too chewy but not undercooked.
The main issue I have is that the dishes are so small for such a high price. The fried cheese was $19 for just one block! Also, the Souvlaki really disappointed me because it came in a lacklustre wrap and dry fries that Macdonald's could trump... . ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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Roast chicken signature- presentation good. Tasted lovely!

One of my fav casual restos, with unusual dishes rarely found in Singapore; most are not good-looking (if not downright ugly) but so yummy. The classics (eg. salivating chicken, rice in fish broth, pregnant woman fried rice, deep fried pork belly strips, cold jellyfish, etc) are delish. Service is not very proactive, but you come here for the food lah! Fortunately, the foot odour from the reflexology place across the hallway doesn’t interfere with the aromatic smell of the yummy dishes. The food at Xi Yan is as good as the food in Xi’an.

One of my fav casual restos, with unusual dishes rarely found in Singapore; most are not good-looking (if not downright ugly) but so yummy. The classics (eg. salivating chicken, rice in fish broth, pregnant woman fried rice, deep fried pork belly strips, cold jellyfish, etc) are delish. Service is not very proactive, but you come here for the food lah! Fortunately, the foot odour from the reflexology place across the hallway doesn’t interfere with the aromatic smell of the yummy dishes. The food at Xi Yan is as good as the food in Xi’an.

One of my fav casual restos, with unusual dishes rarely found in Singapore; most are not good-looking (if not downright ugly) but so yummy. The classics (eg. salivating chicken, rice in fish broth, pregnant woman fried rice, deep fried pork belly strips, cold jellyfish, etc) are delish. Service is not very proactive, but you come here for the food lah! Fortunately, the foot odour from the reflexology place across the hallway doesn’t interfere with the aromatic smell of the yummy dishes. The food at Xi Yan is as good as the food in Xi’an.