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Featuring Firebake - Woodfired Bakehouse & Restaurant, Chock Full Of Beans, The Coffee Academics (Raffles City), The Burning Oak, Tiong Bahru Bakery (Raffles City), Black Tap, db Bistro & Oyster Bar, Napoleon Food & Wine Bar, Halcyon & Crane, PS.Cafe (One Fullerton)
Helena Tang-Lim
Helena Tang-Lim
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We tried this place for the first time today and was pleasantly surprised. The food is Indonesian Chinese. Well prepared and tasty. I had the Nasi Babi Campur which had about 6 different types of various parts of the pig all done in different styles. For someone who can’t decide what to eat this is a great dish. Hubby had roast duck rice. Skin was crispy and tasty. Definitely can come again. #maneklady #manekeats

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Delish breakfast in a lovely view with the skyline of Singapore lagoon. I had the mushroom souffle which was good. The PS brunch stack (pork sausage patty, potato hash, fried egg) was absolutely yummy. Eggs Ben great too. #maneklady #manekeats

My daughter insisted I try this place. I had ricotta pancakes with caramelized bananas and espresso butter. I added the sausage. It was good. The cruffins- cross between croissants and muffin - unusual with somewhat flaky bread like texture. Quite good but personally I prefer the cronut texture.

Had a lovely dinner with hubby. We had a steak with foie gras and Iberico pork rack for mains. A yellowtail tartare for starters. And the pièce de résistance a dessert platter with 2 kinds of lemon tarts, chocolate ganache, sea salt ice cream and macarons. Good quality meats prepared very well. Will definitely come back.

Excellent food as usual. My favorite are the century eggs. I can eat it all day long. The ribs too were excellent. As was the fish.

One of my favorite quick dessert. Fluffy and creamy in a light choux bun. Plenty of fun flavors.

If I could give them a negative rating I would. The food is so so but the service is the worst ever. Staff are unfriendly and unhelpful. Basically they just ignore you.

We found this place one evening. We live 5 mins away but never explored the second level of The Bedok Market. We were very pleasantly surprised. I had the pork cheeks and hubby had the wagyu with foie gras. The meat was tender and juicy and melt in your mouth. The sauce is to die for. Will definitely come back. Sorry forgot to take the food pictures.

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Food very average. My chicken was hard and dry and pretty tasteless. The croquettes were not bad. The view and ambience nice if not too Spanish. No need to return.

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The food is fine but nothing to shout about. However if you’re looking for Instagram worthy latte the 3-D latte art is a lark. We had a unicorn hazelnut latte and Pusheen cat latte

I was very pleasantly surprised. We walked in on a whim. The tempura is crispy with plenty of variety in one bowl. The servings are very generous. Definitely will come back.

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I was very pleasantly surprised. We walked in on a whim. The tempura is crispy with plenty of variety in one bowl. The servings are very generous. Definitely will come back.

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