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Piped with fresh, luscious and rich chocolate ganache in a shape of a reindeer, with salted caramel filling that provide indulgence.
The chocolate cream on top could have been better by having it with even darker chocolate and less sweet. The salted caramel went really well with the chocolate ganache. Overall, not too bad but slightly pricey.

Top left: honey charsiew bao @ $4.70
Top right: charcoal chicken & shrimp siewmai @ $5.20
Bottom left: baked custard bun @ $5.90
Bottom right: steamed crispy chee cheong fun @ $5.50

Came to the new outlet as it was nearer to get to from where we were. Asked the staff if the old outlet is still around and she says yes and this new outlet has got less items than the old outlet.

I recalled the honey charsiew bao from the old outlet was very good but over here the skin is a bit too thick and the filling a bit too little even though the bun is still quite soft. The baked custard bun might have been better with the traditional one as the exterior has a bit of polo bun taste and stole the show a bit from the custard.

The siewmau was alright, quite normal. The chee cheong fun was probably the best item among the 4.

Pretty stoked to have heard that 2280 Burger had recently opened their doors at 213 Henderson Road; the building is just located a short distance away from Bukit Merah Bus Interchange, and is opened by the same folks behind Burger Labo at Malan Road within Gillman Baracks — also the same folks that had brought us The Naked Finn. Service is pretty much self-service here, with burgers being made to order; order through the self-order kiosk and collect the order at the window once your order number has been called. Currently there is only the 2280 Burger available on the menu, with a choice of a single or double patty variant whilst the only sides here are the standard fries. Folks can opt for house-brewed tea, milkshakes churned using ice-creams from Apiary, while specialty coffee is brewed using beans roasted by Tiong Hoe Specialty Coffee.

Opting for the single patty variant of the 2280 Burger, the 2280 Burger may look like a very basic cheeseburger, but it does its job especially well — beef patty, sliced cheese, pickled onions all sandwiches in between the two buns; really liked how well the patty is being executed here. The beef patty may not be the same as what Burger Labo offers in terms of size, but the 100gm patty is just the right size for those who aren’t looking to get overly stuffed here. It’s beautifully brined and marinated; the texture being more on the lean side but still provide a good bite — all savoury, chunky and slightly crusted from the grilling process. The melted cheese atop seals the deal, and the pickled onions seems to have been mixed with bits of pickles for that tangy, refreshing crunch that cuts through the meat, while the buns are sufficiently light and fluffy. A very well put-together cheeseburger that ranks high up in the charts for me.

Burger Labo has been known for their stellar burgers which are of a gourmet nature — the burgers there featuring fancier composition and elements, but 2280 Burger is an establishment that seems to be catered towards the masses; more of a fuss-free spot that makes for artisanal offering pitched against the upmarket fast food options that had made their entry into the F&B scene in recent years. Hoping that they are able to add on more variation of meats for their burgers soon — perhaps a chicken, pork, or fish option that would cater to non-beef eaters so that more can get to enjoy their stellar creations in time to come!

Pop by the newly reopened GR.ID located along Selegie Road and check out this dessert cafe for their innovative souffle pancakes, bingsu and traditional sweet treats! Decked out with everything blue, their popular Matcha Lava Cake ($9.90), Thai Style Snow Ice ($16.90) and black sesame-based Black Swan Souffle ($9.90) will turn any frown upside down.

Situated in VivoCity, this hidden gem has been known for dishing up delicious plant-based meals for vegans and vegetarians alike! Expect vegan renditions of your favourite dishes so good, you wouldn't even know it was meatless — think Omni Kimchi Fried Rice ($16), Heura Chicken Laksa ($13), Meatless Meatballs Arabiatta ($14), Gardein Fish and Chips ($16) and more. Pair your meal with their Avocado Maple Oat Milk Smoothie ($8) and Lemon Lime and Mint Kombucha ($8) for a healthy boost to your gut.

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Check out this newly opened stall in Tampines West for your classic nasi lemak with a modern twist! Serving up to 10 types of nasi lemak ranging from unagi and soft shell crab to classic chicken wing, order up their Golden Wing Buddy Set — Single Wing ($4.20), Double Wing (45.50), Otah ($4.20), Otah & Bergerdil ($5.50) and Otah & Spam ($5.90).

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I also had Leckerbaer’s Hazelnut Cake ($7.50) which was a real nutty number. Baked with lots of ground hazelnut, the spongey base was crowned with thick swirls of chocolate mousse, crushed hazelnut, and halved hazelnuts. A tad dry in my opinion, the cake was denser than I expected. But flavour-wise, it was pretty standard and not too sweet.

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Skipping their signature Smäkagers (dainty Danish butter cookies), I was looking forward to having Leckerbaer’s Dark Chocolate Tart ($8.50) and I am happy to report that it didn’t disappoint. Featuring a crisp chocolate tart shell filled with tangy cherry curd and brownie, the decadent treat is really one for the chocolate fans. The swirl of dark chocolate hazelnut namelaka (translating to “smooth” or “creamy”) piped atop was rich, delicately nutty, and bittersweet. And balancing that darkness from the ganache was the hidden layer of cherry which offered a pleasant bright tartness, acidity as well as moisture. There was also a myriad of textures, with the firm-crumbly shell, dense brownie, slightly chunky fruit curd, and bits of hazelnut and caramel pearls studded atop.

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Two burgers and a beer is enough to celebrate the birthday. Big Shroom burger and truffle double patty.