10 Haji Lane
Singapore 189203

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Sunday:
12:00pm - 11:59pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 11:59pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 11:59pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 11:59pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 11:59pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 11:59pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 11:59pm

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Pandan coconut ice cream sandwiched between a pita then coated with a layer of coconut shreds; ice cream is fragrant & sweet; a twist to the usual bread wrap with ice cream or kaya bread; unique & good to try..

Dumpling loaded with pork & chives; drizzled with mala sauce & peanuts; dumplings taste nothing special, no gamey taste, complement the sauce well; sauce is not spicy & no numbing sensation..

Yellow & white noodles tossed in laksa sauce; sauce is rich & robust with flavors, right amount to coat every strand of noodles; came with 2 pieces of taupok & 2 tiger prawn which are huge & fresh; best for sharing among 2 pax..

Elevated version carrot cake; cubed radish cake is firm with soft bite; came with chives, bean sprouts & egg; XO sauce elevates the taste of usual carrot cake; aromatic & filled with wok-hei; best for sharing..

It was the height of Taytay mania when we were invited to @fattchoyeatinghouse, and of course they had something Swiftie themed. Yup, they created three cocktails and cheekily called the trio (Taylor’s Version). First up is a variation on Taylor’s fave cocktail, the French Blonde, which is the Tropical Blonde at Fatt Choy ($20++ a glass). ⠀

The other Swiftie cocktail that was more my Style is the I Knew You Were Trouble ($20++). A simple blend of whisky, soda water & sour plum, this sour & salty concoction was unexpectedly delicious. The sour & salty qualities of the sour plum heightened the notes of honey & grain from the whisky, while the whisky supplied most of the weight of the body. This charming cocktail definitely Enchanted me, and I’m glad this cocktail was Mine for the night.⠀

Thank you for hosting us, @kevin._.ngan & @fattchoyeatinghouse!

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It was the height of Taytay mania when we were invited to @fattchoyeatinghouse, and of course they had something Swiftie themed. Yup, they created three cocktails and cheekily called the trio (Taylor’s Version). First up is a variation on Taylor’s fave cocktail, the French Blonde, which is the Tropical Blonde at Fatt Choy ($20++ a glass). ⠀

A mix of gin, Lillet Blanc, St Germain Elderflower Liqueur, pineapple and lemon juice, I know All Too Well how easy this fragrant & fruity number is to consume Swiftly. It’s citrusy, sour and rather refreshing, but the St Germain was definitely threatening to become overpowering, and the pineapple was mostly anonymous. Still, it’s a light little tipple, and maybe this is how Swift keeps her pipes in prime condition to perform sold out tours.⠀

Thank you for hosting us, @kevin._.ngan & @fattchoyeatinghouse!

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