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Pretty big portion of kimchi fried rice from @soulveggie.sg topped with loads of seaweed and bean sprouts 🌱 which wasn’t too bad! They provide free appetisers as well! Can’t wait for the day I can transition to a plant-based diet (which has been an aspiration for quite some time now) ☺️

Ordered one with their kinako soft serve (vegan!!!) which was topped off with strawberries, blueberries and mini marshmallows reminiscent of my childhood days ☺️

The soft serve boasted a strong soy flavour which I really enjoyed, and the egglet waffle had perfect texture - crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside! 👌🏼 Was definitely a delight to eat!

Thank you once again to @qinlovesmacaronsss for the voucher! 🙏🏼

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Their signature set (S$21.90) came with a crispy tonkatsu with pretty good quality pork, leaning more towards the cooked side with a firmer bite! 😬

Though I would’ve preferred the meat to be slightly softer, the texture of the chicken katsu - which I ordered with Japanese curry (S$16.90) - was perfect for me! The skin was similar to the tonkatsu, but with a softer, tastier inside which I definitely enjoyed! All tonkatsu sets come with free-flow rice and cabbage as well! 🍚

Although it is self-service, the servers there were really helpful, assisting us when we told them it was our first time there! Prices do tend do be on the steeper side though, but I wouldn’t mind going back there if I want some quality katsu 👌🏼

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Looks really unappetising but it’s taste wasn’t too bad. 🤷🏻‍♀️ Tastes reminiscent to Campbell’s Mushroom soup, and for some reason I have the feeling there was a lot of sodium in here 🤔 The portion was also pretty small and definitely not enough for me as a meal! Honestly, I feel that if you’re going to McDonald’s, you might as well get other signature McDonald’s items, instead of a small bowl of porridge - in which you can definitely get a much larger, cheaper and satiating portion of from economical porridge stalls in hawker centres or coffee shops 😛

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Takeaway coconut yogurt from @yolesingapore that I DIY-ed at home! So glad that there’s a takeaway option so I can truly enjoy Yolé whenever, especially when I’m at home stressing about schoolwork! Really easy to make too - just top it with some of your fav fruits 🍓 or nuts and you’ve got yourself a healthy, delicious af dessert👌🏼 Can’t wait for them to introduce more yummy vegan-friendly flavours! 🌱

Had some super creamy mac & cheese (S$7.90) from @soulalifesg yesterday and it definitely hit the spot 👌🏼 Wouldn’t say it tastes exactly like actual cheese, but without a doubt it’s a pretty good vegan rendition of the classic dish! Would 10/10 go for it again 🤤💯💯

To be honest, don’t really understand what the hype about this place is for 🤷🏻‍♀️ Food was average with overcooked soft-boiled eggs (S$1) and beverages (S$1.10-1.80) which were meh. The kaya bun (S$1.20) wasn’t too bad, but it wasn’t mind-blowing either.

Ordering system also needed some improvement - confusion arose due to the snaking queue, with many people not knowing that customers had to first find a seat before ordering their food. 😰 It was also a rather small, cramped place with limited seating - resulting in a need to share tables with others.

A language barrier was also imminent between the aunties who worked there and surprisingly numerous tourists. Nevertheless, I do appreciate the effort of the aunties in learning simple english to allow them to communicate better 🙌🏼

All in all, it wasn’t a horrible experience, but most likely not one I would go back to anytime soon, as they still have many areas for improvement, especially regarding their seating capacity and ordering system! 😬

🤤 Fried fish aka an essential in Thai cuisine, not too bad but we would’ve loved it to be crispier! Nevertheless, flavours were pretty authentic and on point and most of the food there was pretty affordable! 👌🏼 Thought the food was rather delicious but according to my Mum she’s had better 🤔 Come on down and give the food a try yourself!

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Lunch w/ Dad @veganburg and we ordered the Smoky BBQ and Char-grilled Satay burgers (S$9.90 each)! 🍔 Loved the soft bun and peanut sauce but I feel like it could’ve done without the onions as they left a pretty strong aftertaste! 👅 I still prefer their Creamy Shrooms burger (S$8.90) which really blew my mind 🙆🏻‍♀️ Also tried their D24 Durian vegan ice cream (S$6.90 w/o set) and I felt that the durian was nicely potent! 👌🏼 Go down and give them a try!

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🍔 Being one of their best-sellers in 2017, the burger comes with a mushroom stem patty, lettuce and homemade cashew nut cheese! 💫 First time trying cashew cheese and I’m utterly in love 😍 Although I found the texture of the patty and bun rather average, I have to commend the variety of food that nomVnom offers! 👍🏼 There’ll definitely be something for everyone there, so you don’t have to worry about a limited menu! Will definitely be back to try their other deliciously vegan eats! 🌱🌱

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Pork was really well-marinated and relatively well-cooked 👌🏼 It went pretty well with the mashed potatoes and coleslaw on the side! Didn’t get to try out their notorious tarts but I guess that gives me a reason to give this place another visit 🤷🏻‍♀️

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