1 HarbourFront Walk
#B2-39 VivoCity
Singapore 098585

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got this from the vietnamese stall (Pho Vietnam). it’s v refreshing and the grilled chicken is flavourful! but because it’s q a light meal i got hungry really
quick after

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Typical foodcourt Korean lor lol. Which to its credit also means lots of ingredients. Surprisingly, the beef was quite decent.

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Aglio Olio Pasta w/ Chicken ($7.8 - $8-ish? i forgot..)
One of the good aglio olio you could find in singapore! It's smells so good and have a lot of garlic in it. The spices are great and you could ask the spicy or non-spicy. I ate the spicy version and it's amazing! So savory full of garlic and tastes fresh and spicy!
Served with grilled chicken that have soft and tender meat with crispy and savory skin, deffinitely will order it again.

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When you love both versions of fried carrot cake equally. πŸ˜‹ Always spoilt for choice here at Kopitiam (former Banquet, RIP).

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Rating: 🌟🌟

Price: $6

This is one of my favourite dishes from the Japanese stall here at Cantine (Kopitiam). I can't give it three stars because it's not exactly fantastic. Having said that, it is good, cheap and i say pretty good standard/quality for halal Japanese foodcourt food.


Rating: 🌟🌟

Price: $4 - $5

Clear broth with a choice of noodles or rice, or simply have the soup on its own. Select 6 ingredients, or add on ingredients at additional cost. Also, you must not miss out on the chee cheong fun/sesame dipping sauce which adds on more flavour to the simple looking/tasting dish.

Yong Tau Foo is one of my frequent go-to comfort food from foodcourt. Some of you may think, 'What so special about this Yong Tau Foo?'

To be honest, this is not the best yong tau foo I've had. However, it's halal certified which I think is a plus point. Therefore, my fellow friends who are on a lookout for affordable halal food, do check out the Cantine within Kopitiam @ Vivo City πŸ’πŸ»

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