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The dinner I had at Paradise Pizza was amazing!! We were served by Jo who was incredibly attentive to all of our requests. She recommended us to get the Fried Burrata, Mentaiko Butter Lemon Pasta and Assam Pizza.

Fried burrata was very delicious, not too heavy on the oil and cheese was very oozy. Mentaiko pasta was super unexpected, tangy, salty, and very rich with umami flavours. Assam pizza was just the right amount of spice, with Asian favourites like the tastes of ginger, lemongrass etc. We had tiramisu dessert to end the night, very indulgent and sinful :)

tucked away in a quiet corner of Singapore, this place is perfect if you wish to enjoy a quiet evening with your loved ones. my friend and i ordered the deep fried burrata for starters, hot assam sourdough pizza, mentaiko lemon butter pasta, and the tiramisu for dessert. the flavours were quite innovative and the portions were generous! the deep fried burrata had a lovely golden crust, and the flavours of the cheese, tomato sauce and greens complimented well. i would recommend the mentaiko lemon butter pasta for fishroe lovers, and if you do make a trip there, definitely get the tiramisu - it was brilliant! the overall atmosphere was cosy and the staff were very attentive and sweet so i would recommend going here! the price point per pax would amount to around 30-40!

Staff were really friendly and accommodating when asked for recommendations!

Had the Deep-fried Burratta starter, Mentaiko Lemon Pasta, and Bismark Blanc Pizza.
Starter and pasta were fine, but the star of the show was definitely the pizza. Nice balanced smoky flavour with a touch of creaminess from the egg yolk while maintaining a crispy crust yet fluffy on the inside, must try for sure.

Finished it off with a rich tiramisu dessert, was lowkey the highlight of the entire meal. Will be back!

not super gao but still enjoyable! expensive tho🥲 my fav part of this drink is def the cute dollop of cream on top

Service was fast and friendly. The staff member was able to explain the different types of pizza and pasta and provided recommendations.

I started with the deep-fried burrata as my starter. It came with pomodoro, arugula rocket, and balsamic caviar. It had just the right amount of savoury and sweetness. If I’m not wrong, Paradise Pizza is the first ever in Singapore to have fried burrata!

I had the Bismarck Blanc pizza, a sourdough pizza topped with Parma ham and a sous vide egg. This was my favourite; it had just the right amount of chewiness and texture.

It was my first time trying mentaiko lemon pasta, and I didn’t regret ordering it. They were very generous with the tobiko and selected the right type of pasta for this dish.

I got the tiramisu to end my meal on a good note. Even though I was full, I couldn’t help myself from finishing the entire dessert.

[Bugis, Singapore 🇸🇬]

Fairy Hot Pot 仙女人气火锅 (S$22.80)
Was told that there was 11 different ingredients in it. Nice presentation with the smoke coming from the dry ice which attracted the girl from next table who came over fanning over with her hands. Kind of annoyed that the mum did not stop her.
Served in a milk base, topped with taro paste, mango cubes, pudding cubes, white fungus, rice balls, taro balls, and red beans.
Accompanied with pudding cubes, and black glutinous rice.
Can’t taste the flavours of pudding. The flavours was pretty flat and one-dimensional. Kind of over-priced.

Jane Deer 简鹿糖水铺
Address 🛖 : 496 North Bridge Road, # 01-01/#02-02, Singapore 🇸🇬 188739

The Bath Teddy Bear 泡澡小熊 (S$6.80)
Ice teddy bear with red bean in it, sitting in a pool of milk, topped with red bean, watermelon cubes, and tarp balls.

Honestly, was a bit disappointed. The scallops didn’t taste fresh. And there wasn’t enough sauce to flavour the rice (unless you count soy sauce)

Residents living near to TAM CHIAK Kopitiam is in luck as the specially curated hawker stalls in the kopitiam will leave you spoilt for choices when there. We had breakfast there and ended up ordering 3 mains for the 2 of us, just to indulge our “tamchiakness”. Redhill Pork Porridge will definitely be part of our orders with the addition of the egg to create a creamy and smooth porridge consistency. San Dai Prawn Mee has the traditional prawn mee flavour that is hard to find these days and we were glad to have tasted it here. Mr Mee Pok is the modern interpretation of the hawker classic with the addition of onsen egg and wuxiang.

This was served warm! So lovelyyy! Love the pairing of pistachios and matcha!

This is quite unusual. Didn’t taste the spice much so didn’t feel like it’s curry that I am familiar with. It was more like carbonara. Fresh seafood!

Not super tasty but healthy brunch for sure!