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East Meets West

East Meets West

Featuring WANTON Seng's Noodle Bar, Sin Lee Foods, Birds of a Feather, Food For Thought (Botanic Gardens), The Orange Thimble, Nana's Green Tea (Plaza Singapura), Ujong (Raffles Hotel), East Ocean Teochew Restaurant (Shaw House), Le Cuisine, Ginza Kuroson (Robertson Quay)
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Really nice, juicy and tender duck served two ways along with creamy mashed potatoes. The cocktail is lovely too, quite refreshing.

Good spot for afterwork dinner and drinks.

One of the few places in Singapore serving dry noodle without way too many sauces in it. They serve the meat generously, but I would add a bit soy sauce to the noodle just to up the flavour a bit more.

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Ordered cirashi from the lunch menu (lunch sets come with good value). Not only the sashimi were really fresh and melted in the mouth (it was just really good), the set also came with salad and dessert.

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Having cute birds as a presentation of your fave dimsum might just add a lil smile to your breakfast. Overall food is okay, but the waiting time can be quite long.

If you fancy an upgraded nasi lemak, here is the place. The only upgrade you can have is the meat - this one is the spiced pork. The sambal is so-so.

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I really love how thick and bold the matcha taste across their drinks/desserts. Food is alright but I would come back for the matcha latté.

Simple one, nothing fancy but will satisfy your craving for an old, good English b'fast.

Good portion for two. Nice, cool space to just eat and hang out with family. A lot of kids running around tho.

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Definitely not for the weak buds, with a range of authentic Chai lattes from Chaitime. Not my cuppa tea, but I like their corner spot to chill at.

Affordable French-inspired cuisine. The pork is tender, served with the sweet & savory sauce.

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