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Featuring Kafe UTU, Burnt Cones, Nomiya Izakaya & Sake Bar, Baristart Coffee (Sentosa), Danji Korean BBQ Buffet, Aphrodite Waffles & Gelato
Heather S
Heather S

Had a coffee soft serve and it was 100% worth the price tag. I think it was just under $10. Baristart coffee is already delicious, and this creamy and perfect soft serve delivers that and more.

I came here twice - once for the regular menu and once for the Christmas menu. The truffle udon was light and delicious and I love that they sell small Don sizes at affordable prices so that it's easier to share and sample. But the Christmas menu was a less exhilarating experience - for almost $100/pax, I wasn't blown away. I had the pork belly both times - the first was the best pork belly I have had in my life (think melt in your mouth, perfectly savoury) and the second was under average (extremely lean and not tender). Seems to be a hit or miss but worth a shot especially for a slightly-fancy but still laid back dining affair on an evening out!

Came with friends and tried four different flavours - all delicious! But be prepared to pay more than what the board says because of additional prices tacked onto premium flavours. Iirc, the pistachio (+$2/3) with the cone (+$1) came up to $8/9. But it was super creamy and vibrant in flavour. IMO: Worth the price and would come back - but only for a treat.

We had the Nigerian Fiery Pork Stew (super spicy, but the mango salsa and coconut rice are a perfect pairing, ~$30), cauliflower (my favourite item - it was paired with a fantastic sauce, seasoning and nut garnish, ~$12), pulled pork brekkie and Utu brekkie (~$26-$28 each? might have been cheaper), soft serve (light, generous serving and delicious - but watch out, it melts fast! $12) and 4 coffees and it came to $150 total for the bill - pricey! The bold flavours are interesting, but they don't take reservations so prepare to wait. IMO: Worth a visit to try something different & decide if you like it enough to come back, but prepare your wallet and your feet.

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Very value for money but note that some items are not available during lunch! Would pay a bit more and go for dinner the next time.

A lovely place with delicious gelato and crisp waffles! Interesting flavours and super worth it for the 1 for 1 - would pay for it even without! $5 for a generous single scoop, +6 for waffle.

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