American diners really makes the best breakfast.
This was comforting in the cold and the pancakes were everything I needed it to be, especially since I first landed.
The scrambled eggs were not too salty and had a smooth texture - a good mix of structural integrity while being wet enough to slurp.
The French toast was slightly too sweet, but that was because of too much maple syrup. Nothing that can’t be fixed

Honestly I’m a biased reviewer for this place as I came right from the hospital after getting diagnosed for gastroenteritis. So this was comfort food for me at its finest.
I enjoyed the place thoroughly and the food soothed my aching stomach.
10/10 would return no kidding
Do expect long queues tho

This wine connection has very limited cocktails and liquor options. The only redeeming point is that their cheese platters are very worth the money.

The hotpot potions were pretty decent and the staff were courteous. It was nothing special though. If you plan to eat here, do order the crispy pork, it is very worth it.

This was very satisfying and the picture was only the half portion size. The pork was juicy and soft and very well cooked + seasoned.

If there is one specific dish that you have to eat here, it’ll be the stir fried squid. I’ve honestly never had softer squid in my life. They have the same squid pieces in the Tom yum soup and the pineapple fried rice but oh man was this great!

Also, you can order from MK restaurant since they are sister companies so please order the crispy pork it was mind blowingly good

The best part about cart Noodles in HK is that almost every random branch tastes quite good.
They had all the innards I enjoy - blood, large intestines, tripe, red intestines.

It was pretty average in my opinion.
The waiter for our order wrong - we ordered the luncheon meat sandwich but I guess he has assumed we wanted the pork cutlet one since it’s their signature dish.

The milk tea here has been pretty overhyped and it tastes quite meh and I don’t recommend queuing for this. Do patronize if there isn’t a long queue.

Quite an instagrammable place considering the plating and designs of the food.

The congee was smooth but a little on the watery side after sitting out for awhile. The pigeon was rather tough but that can be said for most pigeon meat.

Ordered the large intestines, red sausage intestines, chicken franks and mixed vegetable.

You get to pick at the counter and pay prior to then allocating a seat to you.

The intestines were pretty average (similar to that of most hongkong cart noodle places) and the broth tasted pretty average. The only special factor of this place that stood out the most was its condiments. They have special pickled vegetables and their chilli sauce was exceptionally tasty.

This place is an instance where social media has done it justice.

The food here, despite being filled with tourists, was simply and delectable. The soup was very warming and comforting. It was delicious and zesty due to tor tomatoes.

We ordered the beef macaroni and egg tomato soup and the spam and ham tomato soup. Booth were equally good and we finished the soup to the last drop.

The toasted bun with lemon butter milk was pretty mindblowing for it being such a simple concept. The aunties serving recommended that we had it together with the noodle soup and as weird as that sounded, it was a good combination.

Recommend to also get the yuanyang here as it was rich and thick.

High recommend

This place was an authentic 茶餐厅as it was filled with many locals, both ordering in and taking out for their breakfast while walking to their workplace. The 菠蘿包 and cheese tart was surprisingly the best items that we tried as the bun was served with butter (over ice, so that it doesn’t melt) and the cheese tart was as good as those from BAKE.

The drinks were good - we had a yuanyang and normal milk tea and they were served with no sugar so that we can add the level of sugar then we desired. The drinks were thick and rich.

This costed us about SGD20 and it was worth every penny.

Fel Tan

Level 6 Burppler · 101 Reviews

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