Foods in the West
Girl Who Loves Food
Girl Who Loves Food

Price: $15
Rating: 4/5
Comments: Quinoa patty took me by surprise. It had quinoa and beans and other ingredients that I am unsure of but it’s really good. Burger sauce went very well with the patty and burger bun. Everything was perfect. Bun was just average however. Sweet potato fries was normal too but somehow everything complemented well with each other.

Dish: Charcoal Waffle with Milo/Cookies and Cream IC
Price: $7.20
Thoughts: Waffle texture was moist inside and crispy outside. Not too sweet just nice!! Ice cream was sweet enough such that the combination between the waffle and ice cream was perfect! Finished it within 5mins lol
Verdict:4.5/5 (a little pricey)

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Dish: Earl Grey Lavender Waffle
Price: $12
Thoughts: First bite of the ice cream and I got reminded of the lavender essential oil. However there’s this subtle earl grey after taste which was really unique. However like frozen yogurt, the middle of the ice cream was hollow which was kind of a minus. Waffle was just nice, not too sweet and not too hard to cut up. For best taste, mix ice cream together with waffle and strawberries.
Verdict: 3.5/5

Dish: Sea Salt Gula Melaka Waffle
Price: $12
Thoughts: First bite was more the brown sugar rather than sea salt. In fact I could hardly taste sea salt. However as I ate more of it, it became more ‘gelat’ (too sweet) Ice cream was also hollow in the middle. Best combi was with waffle, chocolate mochi and ice cream. Somehow the chocolate mochi/chocolate wafer stick manages to offset the ‘gelat’ in the brown sugar taste.
Verdict: 3/5

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Dish name:Bondi Burger
Price: $5.90
Thoughts: Tastes a lot like the Pasar malam ramly burger instead of like fat boys or McDonald’s kind of burger. For 5.90 I don’t think it’s worth it and ramly burger isn’t my kind of burger so it’s really not my cup of tea.
Verdict: 0/5

Dish: Portuguese combo fries
Price: $8
Thoughts: Fries were really thick with potatoes. The moment you take your first bite, it just disintegrates and sort of melt in your mouth. Which I absolutely dislike in fries. I prefer McDonald’s fries whereby they are thinly cut and crisp. The chicken was acceptable, not too dry. The sauce they used were your average nacho cheese sauce and sweet Chili sauce.
Verdict: 0/5

Food was pretty meh. Nothing much to rave about. Original price was roughly around 15sgd and isn’t worth it. But with beyond, it was roughly 8sgd. For only 8 bucks, ain complaining. However unagi was q oily and for some weird reason, eating much of the unagi gave a very (kinda just want to stop eating just cause it is too much) feeling. Avocado was soft and surprisingly tasty when mixed together with onsen egg.

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