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Featuring Tempura Tenten, Tsuta (Pacific Plaza), Everything With Fries (Bugis Junction), Kim Heng (HK) Roasted Delights ้‡‘ๅ…ด้ฆ™ๆธฏ็ƒง่…Š, Riverside Indonesian BBQ (Plaza Singapura), The Manhattan Fish Market (Causeway Point), Tapas 24, Pezzo (Bedok Mall), Jollibee (Paya Lebar Square), The Palace Korean Restaurant
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wow! I mean mentaiko and cheese never goes wrong together. They are similar in flavour profile and yet different. The melted cheese was gooey and was delectable with the generous little mentaiko that pops in the mouth. I just wished it came in a smaller portion with a smaller price.

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Set lunch ($35) with assortment of sushi (flounder, Ikura, tuna, mackerel, amberjack, tamago). Sushi is Edomae-style where the warm rice is seasoned with salt and vinegar. Each piece is firm, thick, and long enough to cover the rice. There is a special fridge behind the sushi counter that is customised to keep the fish at the optimum temperature. According to its website, the fish is sourced from Tsukiji market. Nice option in Orchard area

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The char siew was love at first bite. The caramelised sweet charred bits and the melt-in-your-mouth fatty portions of the char siew were having a wonderful chemical reaction in my mouth. Alas the char siew pieces were a bit inconsistent as some pieces were pretty dry. The signature char siew was part of the Roast Treasures rice bowl ($9.8) which also comes with crackling roast pork, chicken rice and half a soft-boiled egg. The roast pork and chicken. rice were alright albeit on the dry side. I love the runny eggs.

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The semi-peeled prawns are thoughtful and convenient to eat, adding to the overall enjoyment. Basic yet classic. It is hard not to like Luka.

According to @ristoranteluka, this is their most popular pasta. Aesthetics-wise, this scores well with its warm pinkish hues. Taste-wise, itโ€™s savoury but not overfilling. Perfect comfort food!

I wished I saved more space for all of them. So good. Especially the chocolate โ€œbombโ€, white chocolate dome and wafer, Pandan mango sorbet.

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