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Featuring working title - Burger Bar, The Communal Place, The Marmalade Pantry (Downtown), Hei Kim Cafe, Macau Express
Mildred L
Mildred L

The pork belly was amazing! Well rendered, melts in your mouth and pairs really well with the pumpkin mash. If your in the cbd area, definitely drop by to try it.

Burgers were decent and pretty worth with the 1-1 ($8.20 per pax)! But wouldn’t pay the full price for the burgers as the portion of the burger was smaller than average. The service wasn’t great either - waitress wasn’t patient or friendly.

Noticed quite a number of reserved tables so probably would be better to go early/make a reservation!

Really enjoyed the Portuguese egg tarts ($1.80) - the crust is crisp and flaky and the filling is smooth. HK milk tea tasted quite authentic as well!

Other items I got were the noodles (average), baked rice with chicken (a little dry and could have used more curry sauce but sauce was nice), polo bun (with butter).

Overall, it’s a great spot for an afternoon tea at bedok :)

Both dishes were amazing and i loved the pairing of onsen eggs with avocado - surprisingly refreshing and was a just nice size for brunch. A really lovely place for brunch, not too crowded even on a sunday, pretty quiet, plenty of light and theres even card games

The communal place was a very nice place w card games for big groups. I really liked the flaming pork ribs, but the salmon miso was slightly underwhelming. They seemed to be short staffed so customers may need to be more patient during peak hours. But otherwise it was a lovely experience.