The soft buttery scrambled eggs sits perfectly on top of the juicy tender duck leg stuffed in between a hot and crispy croissant. Paired with it with all the time favourite truffle fries and dip. Yummy !
Never mind the lack of menus (there's only one hanging on the wall to refer to) and the unassuming storefront, Ronin is still the go-to cafe for many simply because the food is good and the coffee is consistent. Opened by the folks behind The Plain and PUNCH, this moody, industrial chic cafe is perfect for brunch with a small group of friends. Like the regulars here, go for the outrageously good Scrambled Eggs on Toast ($9) — creamy, velvety folds of egg with a dash of coarse sea salt flakes, served on two types of toast. Choose to add portobello mushroom ($3.50) and avocado ($3) for a heartier meal. The French Toast ($15) with braised apples, crispy bacon and hazelnut butter (so darn good) is by far one of the best in town. Don't leave without a cup of Wicked Mocha ($5.50/$7.50 for iced) — coffee with a heap of chocolate and a minty finish.
Avg Price: $20 per person
Photo by Burppler Shi Loong Yeong
[New Festive Menu] Mind blown. We love our SG sio bak, but the I discovered Park Bench can do really really good Italian sio bak too with this rendition of fennel marinated porcetta in warm soft ciabatta.
Melty and juicy pork belly contrasted sharply in texture by the crispy but crumbly cackling skin, well-creamed with roasted garlic aioli with hints of smokiness, flavoured with caramelized onions and balanced fresh arugula.. I wish every month is Christmas month because this is only available in December!
Some of the dim sum which i had yesterday. First time at Wah Lok and it's pretty good
😊 but the soup base here is of great quality and fresh ingredients. Worthy of the price for a steamboat buffet.
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Apparently a must try!
The eggs were baked over (what i would think) is a tortilla wrap and buried with 🧀 😋
🍳 Runny and perfectly done...
🥑 = ❤️, and they were pretty generous with the serving
Its a little pricey for breakie even though the serving was pretty huge. But hey, there's smoked salmon 😏
Verdict: 👍🏼 definitely a place to go to if u would like to slurp some yummy cheesy eggs for a wee breakfast treat.
Firstly, the filling was delightfully warm. The elderly stall owner even sprinkled the gravy over the popiah after she wrapped it! The amount of filling was just nice, however I think it's one of the sweeter popiahs I've had. The chilli in my spicy popiah was so intense though 😂 I kinda teared
I realize my justification for this popiah is that it's nice and warm haha but it really is delish. I ate like 2.5 popiah by myself! The queue on the other hand... ☹
Until now, I still do not know how to pronounce this cafe. Is Lokal pronounced as 'Local' or 'Lo-kal'? Well that is a question still in speculation. Regardless, everything from the ambience, the decor, the smell, right down to the dishes, surpassed my expectations. A cosy cafe on the curb, the interior decorations were colourful and rejuvenating. The smell of the coffee, which enticed us to ordering the cappuchino and vanilla latte ($5.50 each), was simply divine. The coffee was definitely one of the better ones around, with the distinct aroma of the coffee beans and the sweetness of the vanilla being the perfect pick me up. We ordered the ricotta toast - ricotta, pomelo and avocado on a bed of sourdough toast (approx $19) as well as the roast beef sandwich - sauerkraut, mustard, greens and beef on wholemeal bread ($19), both of which were so tasty and worth every cent. A side of truffle fries ($10) was the sweet finish, with the underlying truffle taste in every bite. I have been very lucky with the cafes i have patroned in terms of the quality of food. This makes me happy :-)
First time coming here, could not remember the menu as I threw the receipt away and I can't find any menu of this restaurant online, they have a nice promotion where they offer 2 kind of spaghetti for the price of one just that with smaller portion, gives us a opportunity to try diff types of spaghetti more with the same amount of price! 👍🏻
Serving freshly made xiao long baos that can rival dim sum restaurants alongside a wide array of steamboat offerings, Guo Fu is an ideal place for after work dinner in a comfortable environment. Nice enough to bring a date or to have a business meal, it is also conveniently located in China Square Central. Although the steamboat buffet sounds like a steal at $25.90 on weekdays and $27.90 on weekends, bear in mind the additional cost of the soup base that ranges from $9 to $23. For example, a split pot of Beauty Soup and Mild Spicy Soup soup costs $16. Slightly complicated pricing aside, the quality of meats and seafood is commendable, and the XLB is free flow! Beers and liquors (red and white wines, Umeshu, sake and more) are also reasonably priced. Pro tip: Order the XLB immediately, as they are freshly made and will take a while. They will make a good starter while you wait for your food to cook!
Avg Price: $40 per person
Photo by Burppler Shaowei Ho