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From Cafe de Paris
Pistachio Rose Cake : Premium chef-made special with rose infused buttercream and pistachio paste in-between moist sponge.
Honey Yuzu.
Blissful moments.

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Ended the meal on a sweet note with their Pistachio Tart ($8.50) & Signature Mocha Tart ($8.50), both freshly made daily! 👏🏻 The former exudes rich nutty flavours from the roasted pistachio nuts used 💚🥜 while the latter will appeal to coffee & chocolate lovers ☕🍫 - not too sweet as 60% Sao Palme cocoa beans are used!

Quenched our thirst with one of their Seasonal Special - Rose Latte Ice Blended ($8.90)! 🌹 Pretty in pink & topped with a scoop of ice cream 🍦, this was like a cross between bandung & their smooth latte! ☕ Non-coffee fans can go for their Mango Cube ($8.50) with a burst of tropical flavours! 🥭

From Cafe de Paris
Earl grey lavender cake & Honey jujube.


Visited Paik's Coffee daily for a week while on work assignment. Staff are friendly. Yogurt drinks not to be missed.

Crepe cake was light on palate. Teas was not bad, but would love it if there’s a cold selection.

From Han Bing Cafe
Bingsu in unique flavours.
Generous amount of strawberries & mango.
Simply irresistible!

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Usually there are prawns, but i asked for it to be replaced with octopus instead. The service is great and the waiter was friendly and accommodating.
However, the food was extremely lacklustre. The broth was tasteless and the noodles were mushy and soft. The portion is rather decent, but i couldn’t finish it because of the broth.

The tteokbokki was nice and Gochujang sauce was sweet. Unfortunately there wasn’t much taste of cheese as the name suggested, most of the time it felt like we were just eating the regular tteokbokki as we could only taste the Gochujang sauce mainly. Which was a little disappointing given that I expected a super cheesy dish (and I love cheese).

We visited on an early weekday evening and managed to get seats for two - it got quite busy during dinnertime though so you might want to come a little earlier to get seats.

Not too bad a bowl of ramen, the soup was super salty though, and the pieces of luncheon meat inside the soup made it a lot more saltier. Was tasty, but a little too salty for our liking.

We visited on an early weekday evening and managed to get a seat for two. It got quite busy towards dinner time.

Got this as part of the burpple 1 for 1 deal.
Had to get the crepe cake as part of the deal - which is not worth they money (read earlier review).

However this Yuzu osmanthus cake was the saving grace of the entire menu.
It was light and refreshing, totally different from the Mille crepe cake.

If you would like to try this cake, I recommend you not to get the burpple beyond deal, and get it ala carte.
They have different promos if you’re getting the cakes separately.

Food: 2/5 (because of this particular cake)
Price: 1/5
Place: 2/5