As if Katong is not ulu enough, this bistro is a real hole in the wall as it shares a space with a furniture store in I12 Katong. Nonetheless, the journey was well worth it with the warm service provided and excellent food served.

The Kimchi Konnyaku ($6, top left) is a great starter to wet your appetite without being overly sour or spicy. Unlike the styles of traditional Korean, this is milder with additional chewiness from the konnyaku jelly. The Spanish pork neck with grape reduction ($7.50, bottom right) was a slight disappointment, however, with the pork being a little tough and dry but was still tasty and it pairs really well with the grape reduction which helps to cut the pepperiness.

Going down to the real deal, the beef dishes here are a must-try. The Angus 150 days grain-fed hanger steak ($10 for 150g, bottom left) was so flavourful and I must commend Gastrosmiths for hitting that medium-rare doneness perfectly - nicely seared on the outside and juicy on the inside. For something heartier, get their Angus Hamburg with truffle eggs rice bowl ($14, top right). Pro tip: mix up the sauce-infused rice with the truffle eggs, have your spoon filled with a bit of all the components - yes including the juicy beef patty that is packed with flavour - and your body will thank you for that ultimate indulgence.

What's more, all prices are NETT and no service is charged. You're welcome. (and thanks to Burpple for the vouchers!)