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Ordered the Bolognese Linguine ($8.90) upsized! (+$2), along with a side of mentaiko + cheese fries and iced lemon tea.

Pasta was cooked perfectly; bolognese sauce was also really yummy - it has alittle heat from their pepper. Iced lemon tea was homemade with sugar syrup added. Mentaiko was torched in a little serving bowl. Fries were really crispy. Food was overall great!

Service was nice and courteous. Tried ordering paprika wings but it was sold out - the table next to us had managed to order the last serving and it smells ahmazingggg. The staff informed us that stocks ran out for the weekend.

Waiting time for the food was long however. I think they were short on manpower/kitchen was too small.

Ordered the Bolognese Linguine ($8.90) upsized! (+$2), along with a side of mentaiko + cheese fries and iced lemon tea.

Pasta was cooked perfectly; bolognese sauce was also really yummy - it has alittle heat from their pepper. Iced lemon tea was homemade with sugar syrup added. Mentaiko was torched in a little serving bowl. Food was overall great!

Service was nice and courteous. Tried ordering paprika wings but it was sold out - the table next to us had managed to order the last serving and it smells ahmazingggg. The staff informed us that stocks ran out for the weekend.

Waiting time for the food was long however. I think they were short on manpower/kitchen was too small.

At level 4 of Bugis+, you can now find authentic and affordable Thai Street Food from just $6.90~

By the team behind Soi Thai Soi Nice, Pratunam Plus has an extensive menu from aroi mak mak Rice and Noodle dishes to everyone’s favourite Thai Milk Bubble Teas. Popular Thai style Grilled Skewers (from $1.20++) such as Grilled Whole Squid, Chicken Heart, Chicken Liver, Chicken Gizzard, and Small Intestines are available too

👍🏻Tried this Peach Basil Sorbet ($3.80) with Rosemary cone (+$1). Loved this combi. I think it goes well. Not too sweet though it seem more mango than peach but still nice! Will come back to try the rest of the flavours!

Made a reservation beforehand to beat the queue but walk-ins were served very quickly as well on a weekend afternoon. The waiting time for the pancake was around 10 mins, which was reasonable as the paper indicated a waiting time of 30mins. The cream complemented the pancake and does not overpower the flavour. Wiped out in minutes ❤️ will say that this is more on the moist side compared to Gram pancakes, which can be dry without the syrup.

Bill came out to be nearly $20 for the Kiseki pancake. A little pricey, but would say it’s a nice treat once in awhile ☺️

And for our veggies, we got their Brussels Sprouts ($16). Utterly sinful tasting yet with a nett carbs amounting to 6g, the plate was loaded with sweet sprouts, sausage crumbs, diced burnt peppers, mint, and a pool of chorizo sabayon. The key element here is the vibrant sauce which was tantalizingly savoury and delivering an almost cheesy flavour that I really enjoyed. The meaty flavour of the crumbs also adding some heartiness to the greens.

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The star of the show was none other than their Calamari ($24). Accentuating the flavour of the fresh seafood, the bed of Zhug (a green sauce made with peppers, coriander, garlic, and various spices) was aromatic and pleasantly spicy, giving the dish that oomph factor. The chunks of calamari were well-executed too with its texture being chewy-soft and supple. Oh, and that layer of chorizo fat being the icing on the cake.

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Joining the slew of restaurants offering up keto-friendly dishes here in Singapore, Persea’s low-carb menu features mostly Mediterranean flavours that I found to be pretty unique and crowd-pleasing. To start, we had the Chicharrónes ($6) which were seasoned with chilli lime salt. Light and airy, the puffed pork skins were not oily at all and a fun snack with the delicate savouriness of the salt.

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Speaking of cake, if you are into cheese platters, save space for their Rosemary Basque Cheesecake ($16). Not to be confused with the cheesecakes we are used to; their variation is a savoury cheese platter presented in the familiar dessert form. Strong on the blue cheese, the cake also includes cream cheese, camembert and I detected a light whiff of rum. And like a cheese board, served alongside were some biscuits and blueberry compote to helps cut through the richness. Hence, proceed with caution for people that don’t really like blue cheese or those looking for some sweets.

The perfectly cooked tangy egg noodles paired with savoury, tender bbq pork cheek is no longer a wishful dream. This is hands down my favourite fusion mee kia. Not only is the portion size huge, its fusion aspect was a hint of truffle that didn’t overwhelm the dish but created a synergy that made me crave for more with every bite. The dish is made perfect with a soft boil egg, and is absolutely addictive... Be warned you’ll find yourself craving for more!

The pork cheek is available on its own paired with peanuts, achar & a savoury dipping sauce. A sinful delight that just works so well with the mee kia. I’ll find myself back for more, and hopefully next time with some stomach space to try their deserts!

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.