Good Food, Good Mood

Good Food, Good Mood

Sometimes you just wanna go out and have some great food because nothing beats a happy tummy, right?
Denise Talia Abigail Lim
Denise Talia Abigail Lim

There are 3 flavours - milk, cheese or milk & cheese twist - which costs about $5. A generous serving of rich and creamy ice cream. I’d personally recommend the twist to get the best of both worlds. If you’re not a fan of ‘jelak’ ice cream, the cheese flavour might not be a good option. It does melt pretty fast but has a creamy texture slightly similar to gelatos. Definitely worth the price. [7.5/10]

(from left to right, top to bottom)

Thai Ice Tea [5/10]
Peach [6/10]
Lychee [7/10]
Milk [8/10]
Taro [9/10]
Blueberry [6/10]

The Taro and Milk flavoured mochi was definitely the best out of all - wasn’t too rich but still flavourful and works well with the mochi texture. The rest does not blend as well with the mochi layer. Personally not a fan of the fruit flavours but it is certainly refreshing and enjoyable.

I got the six piece classic churros ($6.90) with a purple yam dip ($3). The churros were good - crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside - but they weren’t mind-blowing or out of the ordinary. The true hero was the purple yam dip - not too sweet, not too bland, great consistency and complements churros well. It’s a pretty hefty price for a dip so I decided to get something special instead of the typical chocolate or caramel dip. I can safely say that yam is the new chocolate. [7/10]

White Chrysanthemum Gelato ($4.70) was a refreshing ice cream flavour. A light flavour complemented with cocoa nibs but if you’re not a fan of bitter bits stuck in your mouth, this may not be the one for you. If you’re an adventurous eater, it’s certainly worth a try. The texture isn’t anything out of the extraordinary. Its texture is part sorbet and ice cream so indulgent ice cream eaters may not be into it. [7/10]

Single Patty Original Meal ($11.90) with Onion rings (+$2). A tad bit pricey for a simple burger but a classic American burger - toasted bun, lettuce, tomato, onions, pickles, relish and the patty of course. If you are looking for a classic burger, this is the spot to go to. The patty is a bit dry but overall a decent burger. [8/10]

To be honest, the winner was the onion rings. It’s $5.90 on its own but you can upgrade your plain old fries to these amazing onion rings for $2. It’s not your typical soggy sad onion rings but real crispy, chunky and legit. [9/10]

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Nutella Brownie Cheesecake Softserve ($4.50/$6) is good in the sense that it’s not plain chocolate ice cream but has the nutella flavour. It is VERY rich so warning!! Overall, a decent softserve texture but not exactly a very unique flavour if you are adventurous. [7/10]

Apple Crumble Softserve($4.50/$6) is great if you love apple pie. I personally don’t like ice cream too rich so the apple crumble does make it more refreshing. I recommend this if you are looking for non-conventional ice creams! [8/10]

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Kuro Tonkotsu Ramen ($9.90) is an original pork bone broth with roasted garlic oil. Forget about Ajisen and Menya Musashi because this ramen is the holy grail of ramen. You pay so little for such a sumptuous bowl of noodles. The ramen noodles are authentic and have a nice bite to them. The broth is flavourful and truly delicious. The Cha Shu and Onsen Egg is perfectly cooked. I cannot imagine finding a better bowl of ramen for just $10 [10/10]