1 Sengkang Square
#04-11 Compass One
Singapore 545078

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Friday:
07:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
07:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
07:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
07:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
07:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
07:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
07:00am - 10:00pm

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Had the blissful set which is basically a bit of everything - roast duck, roast chicken drum, pork ribs, braised mushrooms, braised egg and vegetables. This was a very hearty hor fun because firstly, I am a liao > carbs person (and mind you, every single ingredient here was done so well) and secondly, the herbal sauce this was drenched in was just like nothing I’ve tasted before! The showstopper for me was the braised mushroom - not sure what sorcery they did to it but it was just so full of herbal flavour and so tender and chewy. Totally would revisit!

From the Japanese Tempura stall (Ten Ku Tei) at Kopitiam Compass One; quite surorised to find a Tempura specialty store to be hidden within the food court here offering various forms of Tempura dishes coupled with the choice of carbs (i.e. Udon, Spaghetti, Rice etc.).

While the main catch should most probably be the Golden Salted Egg Tendon here, the Tempura Teishoku (Kaisen) is essentially the most standard Tendon offering that other Tempura specialty stores usually offer. Coming loaded with Tempura pieces over a bed of Japanese Rice, it comes with elements such as sweet potato, baby corn, shrimp, pumpkin and others — much similarity to a usual Tendon. Priced at an affordable $7.50 inclusive of Chawanmushi and Miso Soup, the Tempura Teishoku (Kaisen) was pretty value-for-money considering how its actually of respectable quality. Sure, the Tempura pieces could be a little lighter in terms of its crispness, but the fried batter still provides a satisfying light crunch. Items like the pumpkin were soft to bite, though the sweet potato was a little too tough for our liking; coming off from the batter almost entirely while we sink our teeth in. That being said, the Shrimp was pretty stellar considering how it was rather fresh especially for this set-up. It's pretty impressive how the tempura pieces were not drenched in grease, though they do turn a little limp if left at the table for a while. Drizzled with a savoury Japanese sauce, the rice carries ample flavour to pair with the fried items as well. A pretty decent offering for its price at the food court; a convenient spot to have the Tendon fix that is of a respectable quality without breaking the bank.

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I thought I shouldn't have to overpay for the seafood fried rice, and I was right, as this has lots of ingredients too. The flavour profile was slightly different from local fried rice, while the portion was generous.

Amazingly rich seafood broth with generous ingredients make this mee sua dish a heart warming comfort.
Be sure to try their lychee pork too!

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One of the worst meals I had at a foodcourt. The fish probably sat there for hours. Biting it told me it's been grilled more than once. The flesh was meh and the bottom couldn't even be eaten. To make things worse, sambal which I usually love was extremely spicy and totally unsuitable to be served so generously.

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When I saw it at Compass Point: Kopitiam, we knew we had to order one to try because it is so affordable! We ordered the chocolate brownie version!

Shaved ice covered with cocoa powder and chocolate shavings: My Friend choked on the powder first thing, so I tried using the milk given to drench the mixture but it bounced off the powder! A tip is to soak a spoonful of the ice covered powder in the given milk before consumption! The slightly bitter chocolate shavings gave it an added texture and depth to the overall bite.

Brownie: It was a bit dry, but the milk helped made it a bit fudgier!

Price: $8
Personal grade: A-

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