3C River Valley Road
#01-10 Clarke Quay
Singapore 179022

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03:00pm - 11:00pm

03:00pm - 11:00pm

04:00pm - 11:00pm

04:00pm - 11:00pm

04:00pm - 11:00pm

04:00pm - 11:00pm

03:00pm - 11:00pm

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We finished everything. Had the Hokkien mee, wok hei was good. Veggie pasta not as worth it.

Cicada Signature Hokkien Mee ($16) is packed with wok-hei and a generous serving of succulent prawns, squid and pork belly. The saucy noodles is a tad salty, but a dash of lime juice helps to cut through the strong flavours. The home-made sambal is quite good as well - I’m quite surprised to find a legit plate of Hokkien mee in a cafe like this!

Char-Grilled Pork Belly ($24) is a soft slab of pork belly grilled in a sweet, savoury and tangy sauce. It is not very oily as the fat-meat ratio is quite balanced. The grilled French Hispi cabbage is sweet and crunchy, which helps to keep the greasiness at bay.

Grilled Miso Cod Capellini ($30) comes with a slab of cod that is perfectly seared and drizzled in miso butter sauce. The cod is fresh and it goes well with the al-dente capellini infused with the aroma of garlic and topped with ebiko and shredded kombu.

For starters, we had Cicada Fried Chicken ($12) and each piece of panko-crusted fried chicken is crispy on the outside and super juicy on the inside. I like that the crust is thin, the fried chicken is not greasy and the tangy soy sauce keeps it refreshing. I’m not a big fan of fried chicken but this is really good:)

Happy hour before 7. Tried the cicada sling, the sourness was just right. The cicada nori tacos were great appetisers. Flavours were not overpowering. Each flavour, foie gras, beef bulgogi and salmon had their own unique taste and combition with the nori. Great place for a date. Can get quite noisy when it is a full house.