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Featuring iO Italian Osteria, Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre, Waa Cow! Sushi Bar, Forty Hands, Kra Pow Thai Street Food, Amoy Street Food Centre, Misato, Heap Seng Leong Coffeeshop, Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory (Raffles City), Grand jeté cafe & bar
Andrea Cheah
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Much raved about warabi but seriously dont see what's so good abt these. Was expecting melt in the mouth just like those in Japan but was utterly disappointed and i have tasted better ones even in sg. -
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I was coming to terms with not ever having the Bear Paw Anmitsu again after the visit at The Cathay last year. Yet, you are back with a bigger space and more impressive tableware.

Maybe it's a second chance for me to get that paw dessert now. But that's after I try the new stuff on the menu.

Most dishes are cooked with love and care, so you have to be patient for your food to be prepared. That said, the wait can be long, so consider elsewhere if you are rushing.

Everything is good here, but your attention gets turned towards the tableware on many occasions because they are either too damn pretty or too damn cute.

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They have a less spicy option for people adverse to too much chilli but it's still as delicious with the crunchy beans and silky smooth noodles adding welcome texture.

They recently moved to a bigger sized outlet in Far East but thankfully the food is still as good as ever

Said to be the best tau sar pau in Singapore, but I think I've had better ones! Though this wasn't too bad, fluffy and filled with smooth red bean paste (which was slightly oilier than the usual kind tho, such that it didn't really stick to my teeth). But a tad too pricey for my liking at $2.50 per bun. I can buy cheaper handmade ones at Hawkers at a fraction of the price!

i was kinda expecting the spicy mentai to be torched on top of the salmon but it came like tt.

Known for their signature beef/salmon rice bowls, Waa Cow! at Raffles Place also offers this stunning mouthwatering torched Mentaiko Salmon Sushi Roll. Eight hefty pieces of sushi garnished with generous amounts of Ebiko and spring onions, these were a great alternative to their rice bowls, especially for folks to prefer more meat-to-rice ratio.
Limited portions daily!

The pancake is made upon ordering... fresh and hot, crispy around the edges and chewy in the middle. Yummy!

For an indulgent, creamy treat, head to this new stall in the basement of Raffles City. Famed for their range of delicate cheese cookies, Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory also serves up really amazing Hokkaido Soft Serve (from $4). Burppler Natalie Wong loves that the ice cream is smooth and creamy, while Burppler Yvonne Lo compared it to Japanese cheesecake in ice cream form. Yum! It can be a tough choice deciding between the Cow Cow Milk ($4) and Cow Cow Cheese flavour ($4.50), so consider getting the Cow Cow Twist ($4.50) for a combination of both. Alternatively, get the best of both worlds with the Cow Cow Sundae ($8.50), which sees your choice of soft serve topped with a cheese cookie and a slice of pillowy cheesecake.
Pro tip: The stall has a selection of cookies, cheesecake and roll cake for sale — perfect for bringing with you for house parties.
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burppler Natalie Wong

Don't know what else to say but f awesome lean but juicy hugeass tonkatsu. The bread's a wee dry, mayo coming on a little too strong, but just $14.80 for such yumminess in the middle of Orchard? If that ain't a steal I don't know what is.


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Go big or go home, they said. And big is definitely the way to go here, because big gets you a fat & fluffy bao dripping with juices. There's (half) an egg, mushrooms, Chinese waxed sausage, and chunks of chicken and pork in there. It's a little sweeter than the usual, but that's partly why I like it.

Apart from a variety of handmade baos like char siew, kong bak pau, red bean, etc, there are also interesting variations of dim sum such as the Century Egg Siew Mai ($1.80) in the background. Regular and salted egg versions also available. Tastes pretty decent, but definitely not the highlight here. Save your calories for the super big bao & more Jalan Besar eats instead.