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110 Telok Ayer Street
Singapore 068579

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11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm


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Basically a Mac but every element better. Super satisfying but the patty was well done for some reason. Expected more for their standard, would have been so much better if it were medium. Other than that it's pretty good, and they really nailed the sauce, taste just like the big Mac sauce(or what I rmbed it to be lol). Saw online that the secret is pickle juice, giving it that tanginess. I recommend getting the double patty for only 6+ more, cos I crave for a bit more meat in this one(the ratio is decent alr though, better than the Reuben)

Not as good as last time. The ingredients aren't as generous and the generous slices of sourdough meant that the ratio of the bread to filling ratio was off. Still wasn't bad by any means, just not the stunner I dreamt about since the first bite

The pita bread was almost textbook, being soft and pliable yet retaining some give. And finally I've had a Taramasalata that's punchy(after the plain one-off from burnt ends). This one was unabashed about the saltiness and the fishiness, yet it was still quite good and full of umami. Not for everyone, esp those who dislike fishiness like myself, but it's definitely a solid rendition(esp w that awesome pita bread)

The cheese doesn't travel well, it clumps tgt but I've feedbacked to the chef alr so hopefully it's gonna be changed.

It's abit oily, and the Greek yoghurt was a little too sour, but otherwise it was absolutely delicious. I like how the savoury and creamy flavours come to the forefront, while the sweetness within was a beautiful aftertaste, making it much more like a main than something that's more sweet than anything else. In other words, very well balanced and a superb rendition of pumpkin &butternut squash ravioli

5nett delivery charge(min 50 after gst), maybe that's why the delivery guy isn't the best lol.

This stellar recommendation comes from Jason Wong, and boy was I glad to take his advice. Bacon was the juicy kind and so travels very well, meanwhile the sweetness of the bacon melds with the creamy date utterly perfectly. What a stunner of a bite, don't share or it's gonna be ugly. If there's any complaint, it's probably that the sauce was a little extraneous, but I understand the need for a sauce component. If it wasn't obvious already, this is a must-try!

A few components are worth applauding: the butterscotch ice cream was smooth and rich, with a wonderful buttery, caramel-y flavour; and the salted toffee sauce had a great balance of flavours and was served piping hot. The star of the show however, was way too dry, exceedingly dense, and hardly warmed up at all. The centre of the cake was still a tad chilled, which really isn’t what you want in a sticky date pudding. Suffice to say I went with high expectations, and left with that utterly deflated. They are currently operating on takeaways and deliveries, and if you do head down (I don’t think this is on the menu now anyway) I’d definitely recommend going for their cheeseburger instead: it is a real winner.

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