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Featuring Nanta BBQ, Watami (Junction 8), Astons Steak & Salad (The Centrepoint), Ramen Champion (Clarke Quay Central), Ya Hua Bak Kut Teh (Northpoint City)
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Pork ribs were not the most tender, soup wasn’t very impressive (slightly peppery and salty but not much of the boiled-for-ten-years taste), meesua was decent. Nothing too impressive except the Lunch Set is pretty value for money, as it comes with a bowl of pork ribs (3 pretty big ones), youtiao, salted vegetables and braised taupok (which tasted real weird and herbally but not in a great way). Decent meal if you’re craving bak kut teh but definitely quite a substandard one 😶😶

Pretty good student deal on weekday lunch time! Decent portion of beef shabu (though meh quality with quite a bit of fat) to dip in raw egg 🤤🤤 Udon was pretty good, though remember to control the fire cause the noodles got a little too soft and lost its bite after a while. Soup was a little salty too, but pretty good value for a nice little meal with a refreshing citrusy yuzu drink on the side too! 😋😋

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Decent food for decent prices - not cheap not ex. JJM looked small but actually had a good portion of flat chewy noodles, slathered with a generous amount of black bean sauce, onions and pork. Liked that there was some variation in texture with the sliced cucumbers and corn. Free canned drinks with the lunch menu, and tried their kimchi pancake ($22++) which was pretty good though a bit pricey. A good place to have a quick Korean fix though not particularly cheap nor amazing in taste. Banchan (kimchi, bean sprouts, beancurd skin, scrambled eggs, sliced peppered potatoes) is free flow though and service is good ☺️☺️

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Although supposedly the main, chargrilled chicken was sadly outshadowed by the AMAZING SALAD BAR!! 🥗🥦🍅🥑🌽🥙🥩🥖 Don’t be intimidated by the term salad, there’s a wide variety of usual healthy vegetables, beans (in every single colour - you name it, they probably have it), seasoned salads (sautéed mushrooms, Thai papaya salad, coleslaw, apple salad, pasta salad, watermelon salad), fried food (onion rings, potato wedges, potato croquette, garlic bread), guacamole dip with nachos, soups (not that great tho) and fruits. Add all these together with the main, plus vanilla soft serve topped with chopped peanuts, chocolate/colorful palates, or even affogato (since they have a coffee machine with cappuccino, latte, hot milk etc), and at such an affordable price, leaves us all belly belly happy 🤤🤤 PS. Even though it’s supposedly 60 min, if they aren’t crowded they probably won’t chase you out!

This was a good hearty bowl of ramen and what a steal at only $10++ with the Student promo! (UP $14.80++). And not to mention the free flow salad bar for ladies on Wednesdays 🎉🎉 Broth was rich and flavourful, though slightly on the saltier side, but was very very garlicky and full in flavour! The ramen noodles was also chewy and thick with a very nice bite, especially with the different textures from the generous cabbage and bean sprouts. To top it all off, a well executed onsen egg and a nice thick slab of pork belly. Great great great lunch 💯💯

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

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