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Chope

Featuring Park Bench Deli, Clinton St. Baking Co. & Restaurant Singapore, Wild Honey (Scotts Square), TungLok Teahouse (Square 2)
Ade Tan
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This was alright and pretty normal, nothing much to shout about. Pretty ex for the portion and standard (sourdough and scrambled eggs were pretty normal and not on the good end of the scrambled spectrum) The added chorizo was actually grilled pretty nicely, but not worth the price tag of $8. Thank goodness for Chope’s $50 for $100 voucher that we can splurge on this guilt-free πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹

Another well executed typical cafe staple πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ» Everything about the texture was on point - soft, fluffy, thick and basically what dreams are made of ☁️☁️ Wished that the pancakes were more flavourful, but the blueberry jam complemented it just right without being too sweet, so much so that the maple butter wasn’t even used much (and donated to dousing the fried chicken waffles instead). Would definitely recommend sharing this among 2-3 pax as it might get a bit jelat and heavy after a while, but definitely worth a try too and will be back to try the other flavours! πŸ₯žπŸ₯ž

Was not expecting to enjoy this dish after reading some mediocre reviews and also the small simple plating when served, but wowffles. Wowffles indeed?? The buttermilk fried chicken just carried the dish with just the right amount of crisp and batter without being too oily 😍😍 Unless you like real crispy waffles (which in that case go buy a waffle biscuit or sth ugh), the buttermilk waffles was actually pretty well done and actually had flavour and just went so well with the fried chicken and maple syrup?? This dish is so misunderstood and misportrayed in the reviews and it’s definitely worth a try!! πŸ’―πŸ’―

Great brunch food but only made worthy the price tag with Chope’s $25 for $50 voucher πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ» Loved the spicy shakshouka, which was a flavourful pan of saucey goodness that really went well with the chorizo and egg! And dipping that brioche bun into that sauce was simply heavenly 🌟🌟 Though their brioche could be a little more buttered and toasted, they did the rest of the typical brunch components well but there was nothing super special. If anything, give the Tunisian a try and the restaurant has a nice ambience with attentive service, but for the price you might be able to find better food for better value elsewhere 😢😢

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On my second visit, used the $50 Chope voucher to try the Cubano (pulled pork went really well with the mustard and pickles), Cheese Steak (this is like a fatty shabu beef version of the Patty Melt, but somehow way more cheesy) and Turkey Classic (very interesting citrusy and yummy honey mustard vinaigrette that went well with the sous-vide turkey breast). Really liked their bread (mostly soft-on-the-inside-hard-on-the-outside goodness, with the Cubano being special in a grilled toasty). Though the place is a little small, but it’s a good place for a nice catch-up with your friend over a nice heart sandwich πŸ’•πŸ’•

Presentation was quite on point, especially for the black swan durian pastry ($5.80/3 pcs) and Kung Fu panda black sesame buns ($5.80/3 pcs), and they tasted just as good as they looked! (the lava was quite on point though the bun could be less doughy) πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹ Their signature rice roll ($7.80) and traditional sponge cake ($4.30) was also surprisingly good and really yummy! The rest of the dim sum (tried the Siew mai ($5.80/3 pcs), pan-fried turnip cake ($4.80/3 pcs), steamed chicken feet with black bean sauce ($1.80)) was just safe, and the food was served quickly and steaming hot in cool conveyor trays. And honestly at this price point, yes please! πŸ₯ŸπŸ€πŸ₯’

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Cause food makes the world go round (and me too 🐽🐽) Good food good lobangs @adeateee

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