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Lil' wonder why this is Amsterdam's most famous burger place. What less can you expect when the buns (sourced from Tiong Bahru Bakery) were toasted-to-crisp in an oven - no butter involved and what you get is the fragrant sesame aroma, crisp toast and not-at-all oily/cloying bun (Note: Some burger places grill it on the underside with butter). The beef patties were incredibly juicy and flavoursome - grilled only to medium, in line with Lombardo's motto "eating cooked meat is like kissing your sister" (i.e. plain gross!) Here's featuring the Dutch Cheese Burger, topped with red wine onions which were incredibly appetising. If you're conscious of onion breath, you've little worries because onion-hater like me actually loved it because of it's onion-less 'stench'. They were well marinated and any possibility of 'onion' breath or bad onion after-taste was quelled. What you get, is really the sweet-tasting & crunch of the onions to complement the juicy beef patty. Also, the marinated tomatoes are worth of mention too - nothing like raw, boring tomato slices but marinated as well. I particularly love the whole-baby pickles. Yes - WHOLE pickles, baby sized - really cute and crunchy. Last but not least, the homemade burger sauce in orange is the winning concoction of their secret recipe - slight tangy and too secretive for me to be able to pinpoint other ingredients that had gone into it. All I can say is, it's the perfect combination to their perfect burger.

Nevertheless, great quality and I can’t wait to try their other desserts😍

2 Orchard Turn
Singapore 238801

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Toasty crunchy warm baos wrapped around salted egg chicken! Flavour was just right and it was fun to see their large variety of baos..

Will def return to try their rice bowls!

Chanced upon this new Korean cafe (with some Korean waitstaff), Cafe De Muse, on the ground floor of Isetan at Shaw Centre in Orchard.

The pasta was piping hot, waited maybe 15 minutes for it. Came with pumpkin puree and basil (I think) and sun dried tomatoes (vegetarian option I believe). Kind of like baby food! It’s alright. I was wondering why there was no tomato based pasta on the menu and they informed me that they are gonna be adding that. Right now there’s squid ink, carbonara, prawn aglio olio and the pumpkin pasta.

There were a number of customers in the cafe, groups of people as well as people working on their computers.

Might try their bingsu next time, they have a number of flavours like Oreo, rice cake (or rice powder), brownie, cheesecake, green tea, melon, strawberry, and more. They also appear to sell their own brand of tea.

They have a number of brunch mains, desserts, cocktails, beef nachos and $10++ truffle fries.

The ambiance is like a stylish, not that high end bingsu cafe!

Upstairs they have a second outlet, a dessert bar, which I suppose specialises in desserts, coffee and tea.

I think Cafe De Muse should figure out what its specialty is, right now it seems like they have many different food items on their menu. The pasta was alright but it was not cheap and probably not something I would crave, it just happened to be the nearest cafe I spotted and I was hungry and curious :p

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Aside from the high price point, didn’t particularly find any of the sashimi spectacular. No doubt the cuts were thick and generous (especially the uni) but I wish the natural sweetness of the seafood to be more prominent especially the ebi. The oysters were downright disappointing and lack the creamy sweetness that I was expecting.

$8 | Thick-cut fries with lemon zest, served with homemade mayo.

‘Just the right level of thickness - every bite was a great balance of crisp and potato-ey fluff. The hint of lemon was mild, best tasted when you’ve the fries plain (ie, no mayo dip!)

Creamy mac&cheese with strong hint of truffle oil, really satisfying. Mexican salad had chunks of chicken breast, avo, chickpeas etc and was not bad but it could do with less dressing!

Stumbled upon a quirky and cosy cafe at Rangoon Road called Gather The Misfits. We ordered Ice Cream & Waffles ($13 for waffles with 2 scoops) to share and I really like the waffle that is slightly chewy on the inside and crisp on the outside. It’s a perfect match with Roasted Banana and Earl Grey ice cream, which are creamy and flavourful but not too sweet. The Flat White is smooth and not very acidic, which is my kind of coffee. There are also complementary boardgames and books to choose from, as well as a little shop inside the cafe. Lovely!

The quantity was good if you are using the one-for-one.

The 25% oolong tea was kind of bland; taste of tea and milk was lacking. Recommend that you choose a higher sugar level if you buy it. The peach tea was better! Can tell that it was made from natural ingredients.

I was wowed by the pesto pasta bursting with a slight citrussy tone and a addictive nuttyness. The brussel sprouts is a must order. Tossed in a pomegranate molasses dressing which was simply delish. Italian inspired mains that will certainly whet the appetite. And dont forget to end with something sweet, I recommend the Gianduja semifredo.
Thank you Daniel for the invite and @caffecicheti for hosting.

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Flame Grilled Steak ($13.90) Premium USDA choice roast beef are paired with refreshing Greek vinaigrette, house-made Tzatziki and hummus, and served with wholesome brown rice, arugula, lettuce, roasted broccoli and sweet potatoes with a sprinkle of sunflower seeds.
Location : @supergreek.sg Raffles City Shopping Centre, 252 North Bridge Road, #B1-54, Singapore 179103
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One would expect premium quality at this price and truly, it did not fail. Best eaten warm when everything is soft, gooey and cozy.