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One of those rare days that we got to leave work early in time to have lunch outside of the school canteen! 😂

Cheapo teachers like us decided on our lunch venue by looking thru #burpplebeyond for 1 for 1 deals and were pleasantly surprised by the quality of the food here.

I got the Pork Belly Miso Grain Bowl and the braised pork belly was melt in your mouth tender & super flavourful! The cafe was also quaint enough that we spent over 3 hours chatting without realising it.

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Finally back at Atlas and glad that there wasn’t a long queue ahead of us. I had the summer chicken stew which was a huge chicken thigh that was slow cooked in a sundried tomato, herbed cream sauce. But this was closer to a Chinese type of soup that was thin, smooth and easy on the palate than a usual western type of soup that is thick. It also came with huge chunks of potatoes and carrots to make a filling meal on its own. The sourdough that came with it was also able to soak up the essence of the soup well. However, we found that the dishes here seem to be a tad too salty for our liking, maybe the speed at which dishes have to be churned out played a part in that.

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@supplydemandorchard has a new menu to tantalise your tastebuds!

It is worth noting that some of the items are based on some Singaporean favourites like the indomie fries! Here are some of the items that we tried: • Seven Cheese 🍕 ($25, $29); Tomato sauce, garlic mozzarella, smoked scarmoza, gorgonzola, emmental, taleggio, brie and raclette cheese topped with Grana Padano, sun-dried tomatoes and cherry tomatoes. • Okonomiyaki Sweet potatoes 🍠 Fries ($13, $18); Popular Japanese-inspired fries topped with savoury netsuke sauce, Japanese Mayo, Bonito Flakes, Furikake and scallions. • Indomie Goreng Fries 🍟 ($12/$17); Thick-cut fries tossed with house blend of Indomie-inspired powder and chilli powder, drizzled with sweet Kecap Manis, topped with a fried egg, red onion, parsley and creamy Mayo. • Beef Tagliata Crostini ($22); Seared beef, guacamole, mango salsa, tomato, shallot, scallion and toasted sesame seed on linseed crostino. • Beef Carpaccio ($15); Thinly-sliced Beef Tenderloin with watercress and Yuzu Wasabi emulsion. • Nero de Seppia with Seared Scallops 🍝 ($19); Pasta in Squid Ink, garlic, splash of White Wine, homemade broth and cherry tomatoes, finished with cream, butter, parsley and shaved Grana Padano. • Peach 🍑 and Parma Ham Crostini ($14); Thinly-sliced Parma Ham, peach slices, Mascarpone cheese and shaved Grana Padano on Garlic Crostini, drizzled with Balsamic Sauce.

Personally I really like the Squid Ink Pasta that we had. The pasta was really flavourful and the scallops were done just right! And afterall, they did popularised themselves in the first place with their pasta dishes!

Finally back at Atlas and glad that there wasn’t a long queue ahead of us. I had the summer chicken stew which was a huge chicken thigh that was slow cooked in a sundried tomato, herbed cream sauce. But this was closer to a Chinese type of soup that was thin, smooth and easy on the palate than a usual western type of soup that is thick. It also came with huge chunks of potatoes and carrots to make a filling meal on its own. The sourdough that came with it was also able to soak up the essence of the soup well. However, we found that the dishes here seem to be a tad too salty for our liking, maybe the speed at which dishes have to be churned out played a part in that.

Just that the seasoning here might be a tad too heavy, so it’s more on the saltish side of things.

Tater tots fans would be Glad to know that you change your sides from fries by topping up just an additional dollar! Go for the set as well, $3.90 top up for wings and a drink ◡̈

I love the lemon pound cake here as it has a refreshing burst of citrusy goodness! First the sour notes hit you then the sugar rush from the icing, totally enjoyable! The banana bread ($2.70) is decent too but everything else is expensive then 😂 I also felt that the Iced Mocha ($8) could do with a heavier touch of chocolatey goodness

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Always a good idea to start the day with coffee! Have a good week ahead, guys! ◡̈

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I think I have found my favourite place for Mac & Cheese! You know how there’s a delicate balance between a Mac & Cheese that is awesome and one that gets overwhelmingly cloying after every bite? The one here belongs in the former category. I would gladly slurp up the entire bowl by myself ◡̈ The Chicken Schnitzel here was pretty good as well. I like that it wasn’t too dry and that the portion it came in was huge!

Would definitely come back again, probably on the weekends, to try the brunch menu here

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If you are looking for a no frills, al-fresco dining, this is the place for you. The food here is comforting and decent while the girlfriend absolutely loved the Iced Mocha here ◡̈

Finally tried the pasta with four Cs after hearing many friends rave about it. The Cs refer to the caviar sitting atop of a bed of crabmeat with a side of clams and chorizo bits finished with a drizzle of lobster bisque. .
I initially thought that the dish would be really cloying as it seemed to be soaked in the lobster bisque but it was far from cloying! The girlfriend continued feeding herself with this even though she was full ◡̈ I’m not a fan of cold dishes but this is one exception that I’ll be willing to make over and over again. Come try it for yourself! .
The dish comes in two portion; we had the bigger one that is akin to a main dish while if you are going for 2 main dishes, you could probably order this as a starter ($10.90) and if you are looking to impress a girl with your 5Cs, you can add $6 for C-urchin 😂

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The beef patty here was cooked to perfection. It was tender, juicy and had flavours that exploded in our mouths due to its combination with the cheddar cheese, caramelised onions, pickles and house sauce. The myriad of ingredients came together to give our tastebuds a pleasant confusion ◡̈ and after our previous disappointment at PS Cafe with its soggy bread, the fact that the rye stayed intact throughout while remaining a little toasty was gladly welcomed! Will totally be back for more! Add on $3 for a pack of chips and a can drink, although I think that you can get more value for your $3 by getting drinks from the Coffeeshop next door 😂

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