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Take your dog for a walk in Botanic Gardens and pop by this quaint restaurant beside Nassim Gate. There's loads of sunshine and space in the al fresco area, as well as water bowls (upon request) for the pups! For a foolproof brunch, enjoy the Classic Set ($22) with eggs, chicken sausage, crispy bacon, grilled tomato, hash brown, kale, country bread and a drink. For local flavours, get their creamy Curry Chicken with Rice ($15). On sides, share the fragrant Truffle Parmesan Fries ($10) served hot and buried under a heap of grated cheese.
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$10.8 for the cheapest option with meat (aka mine). Hands down favorite salad place for many years even though the prices have gone up. I got the cajun chicken which was well-marinated and all the other ingredients were fresh and delicious too 😋

I ordered the salad bowl which was a romaine-mesclun mix with 5 toppings and 1 dressing. For the toppings I added feta cheese (premium topping equivalent to 2 normal toppings), baby potato, sweet corn and broccoli and the dressing was citrus dressing. I also added grilled cajun chicken and chargrilled king oyster mushroom for $2.20 and $3.30 respectively. The bowl came up to $14.10 and then I added $2.50 for the coffee (Americano with a dash of milk).

The bowl looked so delightfully appetizing, with all the different proteins arranged in an eye-appealing colorful manner on the plate. I loved the cajun chicken, it was juicy and tender and slightly spicy. The chargrilled mushroom was coated in a thick sweet sauce that went really well with the veggies. And the feta cheese really helped enhance the flavor of the dish with its salty kick. I drizzled a little citrus dressing on the veggies which hadn't quite caught the seasonings of the chicken and mushroom, and it was light, tangy and palate-cleansing.

A very satisfying, flavorful, fuss-free lunch with good coffee. I definitely will be back!!

8.5/10

A “make your own bowl” salad for the start of the week. Cajun chicken (great flavor, but a little dry), carrots, broccoli, cucumbers, tomatoes, feta cheese, sliced egg, with an apple cider vinaigrette from @thelawncafe.

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Toasted multigrain bagel topped with smoked salmon, creamy scrambled egg, ikura and avacado slices! Very generous portion of smoked salmon and scrambled egg, bagel had the right texture. Worth a try!

Then again, even if it wasn't, you'll definitely get your burst of flavour from the amount of sauce... Tbh wouldn't have finished this dish if it didn't cost me $12.80😶

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Steak sandwich was so so tasty! I wonder what that white sauce was, it complemented the grilled striploin and mushroom ragu perfectly. I also loved the lychee konnyaku tea recommended by the staff-- it was aromatic and refreshing. With 50%-off, this deal was definitely a steal!

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Heard about the mac and cheese for the longest time! It was a good fix for mac n cheese craving, but it could get gelard at the end! Nevertheless a cheap choice for a cafe setting!

Work's out, and drinks are in order. Enter this bar housed in Ocean Financial Centre, complete with bar bites to fuel your tummy before the drinks sesh. The tender, chunky Spicy Crispy Chicken ($12) should do the trick. For something more substantial, the foccacia and mozzarella based Pizza Margherita ($15) will be a dream to wash down those drinks too.
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This was a pretty good snack to wash down with a beer; crisp, salty chunks of tender chicken. The Thousand Island sauce served alongside with it seemed a little weird, but nothing to complain about this. Available with #BurppleBeyond.

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