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617 Bukit Timah Road
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The Warm PB Cookie (S$13.00) was not a single piece of skillet cookie that encased “lava” in it, but it was still a yummy surprise to all cookie monsters out there. A few large cookies were laid out and baked on the skillet, making them crispy by the edges and more chewy inwards, so chewy until I could ditch my imagination of it as a lava cookie.

On top of the cookies came the salted Speculoos softie swirl, which further enhanced the peanut butter accents in this dessert. Let it melt a little so that the cookie can be soaked with some of that soft serve. Heaven in my mouth with this one, and it was so difficult to choose between this and the Mochi waffles for the more mood-lifting dessert.


KARA’s own version of a chilled (凉拌) Mala meal was quite an interesting dish for me, because I would not expect to find a Chilled Mala Chicken and Noodles (S$19.00) behind those frozen yoghurt dispensers.

Having said that, the dish had almost everything in there, from noodles to pulled poached chicken thigh meat to homemade pickles to sliced cucumbers to roasted peanuts. What was really missing was the anticipated Mala’s numbing and spicy kick, maybe because they had held back from splashing the food with lots of their self-concocted chilli oil.

To raise the game instead of going for this 小小辣 (very mildly spicy) combo, give the friendly staff a request that you needed more spicy kick, especially if you were mindful like me about their price point.


KARA appeared to be quite packed with students from nearby schools and institutions, but it was surely not just a frozen yoghurt shop, just because it was by Sogurt. It seemed that they also served coffee, snacks and proper meals, and their latest additions had some Japanese or Sichuan influences.

Their Aburi Mentaiko Salmon grain bowl (S$16.00) was filled with cooked salmon bits, but more distinctively there was the Mentaiko mayonnaise that gave the food a nice pinkish appearance, before further garnished and topped with an open Ajitama (boiled egg with molten yolk). It would have been aesthetically pleasing to have the yolk slightly less cooked, but the overall flavours of the dish easily compensated that imperfection.

A more guilt-free option was to substitute the Garlic Japanese Rice with Quinoa Salad for an additional S$3.00, to get more dietary fibre and less carbohydrate intake out of a grain bowl.