181 Orchard Road
#B1-15/29/K7/K8 & #B2-01/10/30/43 Orchard Central
Singapore 238896

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The mixed swirl of matcha and vanilla soft serve costs just 40 cents more than the single flavoured vanilla soft serve ($2), and I would rather buy this mixed flavour than just the single one - because why just have 1 flavour when you can have 2? Donโ€™t get me wrong, the vanilla flavour stand-alone was great. But the matcha was amazing as well. It was milky in its own right, creamy, and authentic. A strong matcha essence in half of that swirl, making the extra 40 cents worth it. At the same time, the matcha flavour combined well with the vanilla flavour, adding a slight creamy Hokkaido milkish node to it. Going to come back for this again and again!


Single flavoured vanilla soft serve swirl is a good dessert option for milk/creamy ice cream lovers๐Ÿ˜‹ Creamy and smooth texture which was really surprising. And no holes in the ice cream! So guaranteed a generous amount of soft serve thatโ€™s worth the price of $2. Would definitely come here to get my soft serve fix.


a real affordable hojicha latte that matches up pretty well against those sold in specialty cafes! at first sip, i was surprised by how GAO it was, had a really distinct roasted hojicha fragrance ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป only gripe is that they put quite a bit of ice so it can get diluted.

Only had the hojicha latte from Don Don before and decided to get something different this time. This sweet potato latte was more on the sweeter end and came surprisingly super thick. Not really my kind of drink as it got too heavy after a while. Perhaps good to let the ice melt a little more to tone it down a bit!

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Not sure what is the name but I had the Pork Katsu With Omelette Noodle ($7.90) and it is better that expected. At first, I thought like it would be just meh but I was wrong. The pork katsu was thin in batter but thick in meat. Also, the omelette and noodle was good. I didn't expect a supermarket food to be that nice.

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I was craving for some carbie noodles so Kajiken felt like a good choice. But... to my disappointment I felt the portion was quite small. More noodles could be given, and thereโ€™s only one or two pathetic looking pieces of Cha Shu ($13.80). Could have been a higher portion with more ingredients to make the dish more interesting.