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A unique dish for a cafe! A little pricey, but tastes good :)

Chanced upon this stall and it was a good find! Duck was tender and noodles were springy. Generous portion too, for $3.50

Value for money :) More on the lighter tasting side, but was still good!

Ordered 3 different burgers with friends and all were good! But skip the chicken wings, which were terrible - dry and not much taste.

Tried the gyspy ham breakfast club, which was good! Might be a bit too much for a small eater though

Unique yummy dishes, great selection of wine. Loved the roasted cauliflowers and the sourdough bread!

Second time here to try their other dishes. Recommend the Assam pasta, curry chicken pasta and the chicken chop πŸ‘πŸΌ

Also tried the kimchi spring pasta, which was not as good as the others!

Tried the soup, sesame chicken and Luo Han Zai.
Soup had a comforting homey taste, with a good amount of ingredients - loved the meatballs too. Free refill for soup btw!
Sesame chicken was decent. Did not like the Luo Han Zai- try only if you are familiar with the dish.

An all-time favourite of mine, I once had their Yong Tau Foo thrice in a week. Every piece is handmade and extra bee hoon is on the house.

Price: $ ($4.50 / $5.50)
Taste: 4.8/5
Verdict: must try or you'll regret it
Availability: Mon-Sat: 9am to 9pm | closed Sun (open on Public Holidays)

Fish soup never looks great in photos. But trust me, this bowl from Hai Chew Fish Soup 桷洲魚湯 (#01-85) was comforting & delicious. I love sliced fish (not a fan of fried fish - but they also have this as an option), I also love bittergourd. Be sure to let them know if you want milk in your soup when you order!

This small coffeeshop is where Tastemaker Kenneth Lee believes you can find the best prata in Singapore, and the consistent crowds echo his sentiment β€” there are only about 10 tables so be prepared to wait for a seat. Thick and doughy but also crispy and not oily, the version here will appeal to those who like their pratas denser and fluffier, not so much paper-thin. Go for the Plain Prata ($1) or Egg Prata ($1.70), so you can enjoy the flavourful curry that comes on the side. Interestingly, the prata also comes with a side of sambal. Use this for dipping, or to customise the spiciness of the curry. You may also wish to add on a side of super tender and flavourful Mutton Curry ($4.50). For dessert, consider the Peanut Butter ($2) or the Milky Gem ($2) β€” plain prata with an oozy filling of condensed milk and M&M's candies. Did anybody say sugar rush?
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Kenneth Lee

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