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Top 100 Restaurants & Cafes

Top 100 Restaurants & Cafes

Featuring Atlas Coffeehouse, Clinton St. Baking Co. & Restaurant Singapore, iO Italian Osteria, The Providore (Mandarin Gallery), Breko Café, PS.Cafe (Paragon), Sideways, Jai Thai (Clover Way), Guzman y Gomez (The Star Vista), The Dragon Chamber
Rachel T
Rachel T

Alright decent food. But expensive. This was just a sandwich with cheese and roasted peppers and eggplant and an olive spread. The sourdough was nice and fluffy and chewy. The rocket and red cabbage salad was horribly bitter.

I love scrambled eggs! I cut the eggs in half, slid them onto the sourdough toast and then added pepper and sea salt. Delish. A bit more pricey than House of AnLi’s and doesn’t come with salad.

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Delish!! And I love the cup it was served in, so classy.

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Truly the best scrambled eggs ever, it’s got to be these organic NZ eggs 🥰 The shiso cress is amazing too and the salad inspires me to grow my own. Used to cost $8 in December 2016, but now we’re in October 2020 and this costs $12. At least it’s still delicious and the quality is there! ♥️

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Why do the scrambled eggs I cook never look this good? 😋 So delicious, these are definitely the scrambled eggs I ever had (I say this every time). This cafe has been around since December 2016. So I remember when this used to cost $8 in the beginning, and over the last few years, the price has been going up. Right now (October 2020) it’s $12. Thankfully, it still tastes good; and the eggs are still organic and from New Zealand! It really makes all the difference. The eggs are so tasty, fluffy and golden. The shiso cress is delicious, and the salad really inspires me to grow my own.

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Not sure if it’s smaller now but it wasn’t very filling. Also I feel like it’s not as delicious as it used to be years ago.

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I’ve never had Blue Label pizza so my mum said if I can get a new job, she’ll treat me to it! 😂 And so we had Blue Label. I’ve only heard good things so I think the pizza didn’t really meet my high expectations. As a pizza lover I think I’ve eaten better pizzas in my life. I think pepperoni really requires a thick, generous crust for it to be truly enjoyed (this one was neither thin nor thick really). Also I wish the pepperoni was thinner and more crispy. Found the dough a little too chewy for my liking. One of the ingredients was chilli oil but couldn’t detect it (not complaining!)

Wasn’t a fan of the crazy amount of toasted sesame either, it made the pizza taste strange and fusion-y like Chinese hawker centre breakfast food (e.g. butterfly bun/fritter or youtiao). The capers were also so charred that they were crispy and all the juicy flavour of the capers was gone, would be better if they were added after the pizza was cooked, just my two cents on how I think the pizza could be improved overall. I think the price is reasonable if you’re sharing with others. If I come back again I will probably try a different flavour.

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Generous portions at Shake Shack Orchard! This is the newest, 3rd outlet in Singapore. Read my full food review over at rachelrawr.wordpress.com

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Pretty juicy, cheesy Shack Burger at Shake Shack Orchard! This is Shake Shack’s newest, 3rd outlet in Singapore. Read my full food review over at rachelrawr.wordpress.com

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Generous portions at Shake Shack Orchard! This is the newest, 3rd outlet in Singapore. Read my full food review over at rachelrawr.wordpress.com

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A rare day where I had prata for brunch and nasi lemak and beef rendang for dinner at Fusion Spoon, a basement food court at Singapore Botanic Gardens (near the carpark) which I didn’t know existed. The nasi lemak and beef rendang was $8 plus GST, no service charge. The sambal was really amazing, I loved it. The nasi lemak itself was not bad, the rice was nice and coconut-y but portion could have been more. The price makes this probably the most value for money/cheapest main to order here! (The menu is online, there’s Japanese and Western food here too, but I think the nasi lemak is probably most worth ordering. You can have it with prawns, rendang chicken or turmeric deep fried chicken drumlet). I still maintain that the best rendang has to be the kind homecooked by aunties, but this is probably worth eating if you’re at Botanic Gardens and you’re feeling hungry 😬😌

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Rachel T

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Lawyering on weekdays Food tasting on weekends www.rachelrawr.com

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