930 Yishun Avenue 2
#01-45 Northpoint City
Singapore 769098

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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Feature Rabboki.
Springy instant noodle with sweet and spicy gochujang sauce, served with rice cakes, Korean fish cakes, flavoured soft-boiled eggs and savoury cheese. 💰$7.9
📍Jinjja Chicken.
Northpoint City Outlet.
930 Yishun Avenue 2, #01-45.

Loved the ice cream! I’m not usually a fan of salted caramel, but this took the cake. Had a discount before 6pm and only cost $1.20!

Wasn’t a fan of the biscuit though.

Omg their black sesame taste is strong so as their salted caramel!! Pretty sure I can have a few cones at once but no i need to hold back on my sweet treats 😂 (fun fact: i used to eat 4 mcd vanilla cone in a single sitting 😳)

This unassuming kimbap ($8.90) was packed full of flavours and took me by surprise. It was tightly wrapped with a mouthwatering beef bulgogi which really stood out amidst the soft, fragrant rice and vegetables. It also came in a cute cardboard box similar to Makisan. Highly recommend!

There's a promotion for the wings where you can get 12 for $9.90 if you like their FB and Instagram which is a pretty good deal as it was a cool five bucks off the original price so do look out for the poster at the cashier! The wings were not as juicy as I had hoped, probably only a small bit better than 4 Fingers, and the drumsticks ($16.90/ 6 pieces)were smaller than usual which was disappointing. However, the soy garlic sauce we had was slathered on evenly and was sweet and salty to the perfect amount.

Overall, definitely a step above 4 Fingers, in terms of taste and variety of offerings, but the fries were the same and chicken portions left us wanting more.

This soup came in three versions - original, monster and creamy which were of varying degrees of spiciness. We got the creamy one and the broth was flavourful and tangy from the tomato base. It also had a bit of spiceness and the noodles were nice and chewy. Seafood wise it wasn't super generous and probably frozen. But not too bad for the price you pay ($10.90).

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