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I redeemed it as it's a free cake for birthday month. But the cheesecake was quite light in flavour and taste tbh and still able to taste mild blueberry with yogurt (not that strong).

First time at Sarnies to celebrate a special occasion :) Angus Beef Stew was really hardly and super delicious!! (Super tasty and flavorful gravy and nice portion of beef and sides). Glad the place feels super casual, cozy and has great ambience. Highly recommend the Breadcrumbed Fried Portobello mushrooms. Staff Haziq, Kim and Navi are super friendly. Can't wait to come back!

$5.20 for the regular cup but the portion is actually not that little. We chose the Kochi Yuzu and Granny's favourite - both of which were their Signature flavours. Taste and texture were on point and there is really nothing to complain about at all. Lovely experience in a cosy air-conditioned environment with power plugs almost everywhere. Will definitely return for their seasonal flavours.

Chicken rice with soup.
Juicy chicken, fluffy rice and chicken soup come together in a flavorful union.
Value for money and a must-try at Gourmet Paradise!
Not bad indeed.

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Laksa Mac & Cheese Pie (S$7.50)
Got bean curd puff and egg in it but the egg was too chewy

Iced Shaken Hibiscus Tea Lemonade (S$7.30/ venti)

($8.90) I wanted to try for a long time under acai journey. I felt puzzled that half serving portion size was quite so less and compared to full serving ($12.90). The portion size filled like two third of bowl only. They served seasonal fruit such as kiwi, blueberries, strawberry and banana. I opt out for dragonfruit as personal perferences :")

I have been to @sarnies.sg consistently for a couple of years for their dinner fare and I must say that it's been consistently good all these while. One should not judge their cook just by their afternoon brunch fare, as the quality of their dinner items are just so much better.

Their Angus Beef Stew ($26) came in a big plate, with loads of braised beef cubes in a comforting savoury sauce and a huge dollop of mash. I love how tender the beef was, and it was rich with spices. Mash was creamy and buttery!

Next up, their Chicken Parmigiana ($24) is one sharing plate worth ordering. Just look at the amount of cheese on that huge chicken cutlet! It was fried to perfection while keeping the meat tender and juicy inside.

Their Grilled Seabass ($25) is decent. Although the skin wasn't crispy, the meat was still rich, fresh and sweet. Love the char on the brussel sprouts!

They have a promotion where 2 drinks gives you free truffle fries 😍 With that, good food and 1 for 1 dinner mains we got with #burpplebeyond, it's a place you have to go!

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- Chose 2 sauces β€” π™˜π™π™€π™₯π™₯π™šπ™™ π™˜π™π™žπ™‘π™‘π™ž and 𝙨π™₯π™šπ™˜π™žπ™–π™‘ 𝙩𝙀𝙒𝙖𝙩𝙀, half a whole fish was simmered on each side with cabbage.
- I preferred the former as it tasted more multi-dimensional with a slightly tangy spicy profile while not being too salty!
- My dad enjoyed the latter more for its lighter flavour though could’ve more tomatoes πŸ…

- Slightly sweet and I appreciated how it’s not sour, helped to wash down the grease and spice πŸ₯₯

- Stir-fried till tender yet not mushy, my mum who’s usually not a fan of eggplant took servings of this πŸ˜†
- Very garlicky with a tinge of sweetness and no beer bitterness, this caught us by surprise!
- Came with crunchy capsicums too, would prefer the dish to be less oily though.

- Came in a super huge cup!
- Sweetness was just right with acidity from the orange and lemon slices 🍊

- Refreshingly hydrating, concentrate tasted like it’s made from mostly real watermelon πŸ‰