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We went on a Friday evening and boy was it packed! There were no more indoor seating and hence we were offered the outdoor bar seats. Didn't expect it but outdoor seating really adds to the ambience :)

We had the quarter chicken, fries and veggies as sides and also ordered 2 cocktails (Frozen Margherita and Loco Sling). Food was good but the highlight is the service. Staffs were friendly and warm which made the dinner very enjoyable.

Spent a total of $42 in total (inclusive of 2x sparkling water - free flow). Very worth it with the burpple promotion and will definitely be back!

We went on a Friday evening and boy was it packed! There were no more indoor seating and hence we were offered the outdoor bar seats. Didn't expect it but outdoor seating really adds to the ambience :)

We had the quarter chicken, fries and veggies as sides and also ordered 2 cocktails (Frozen Margherita and Loco Sling). Food was good but the highlight is the service. Staffs were friendly and warm which made the dinner very enjoyable.

Spent a total of $42 in total (inclusive of 2x sparkling water - free flow). Very worth it with the burpple promotion and will definitely be back!

The fried chicken was crisp on the outside and succulent on the inside. Served with lots of fries on the side and a yogurt dressing. Was good! Worth it with @burpple 1-for-1.

Price: $18

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Tried the chicken burrito, which came with a sauce and side salad. The chicken was flavourful and all the ingredients worked well together. Pretty filling as well. Got the dinner set (main + side + drink) 1-for-1 using Burpple Beyond. Choosing the midrange options, it would be about $30-40 for 2 people. Quite worth it!

Price: $18

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Wild Mushroom, Gyoza Skin, Pickled Shallots, Smoked Chestnut Purée, Brie, Wild Mushroom Milk. From the new ChiChi House at Amoy Street, a new establishment opened by the very same folks behind Nesuto and now-defunct 52 Sandwich Shack, serving up Modern Japanese cuisine.

Being an item offered in both their ala-carte menu and set menu for dinner, the Smoked Chestnut & Truffle Gyoza is probably one of the more inventive items listed on their menu with a contemporary touch. Giving the classic Gyoza with their very own twist, the Gyoza here comes shaped looking like raviolis; patrons are encouraged to have all elements at one go to enjoy this dish as intended to be. We liked how the Gyoza here seems to be pretty well-sized; one could enjoy the Gyoza in a single mouthful, while the fillings within provided a hint of earthiness that is also enhanced by a whiff of truffle. The skin of the Gyoza is neither too thin nor too thick; good enough to hold the fillings within without breaking apart too easily, whilst not being too stiff — the Brie helped add a slight hint of cheesiness that provides yet another savoury note for some contrast. The pickled shallots helped to add a slight zing and a crunch, while the smoked chestnut purée helps to add a smoky sweetness that helps to cut through the savoury notes in an attempt to provide yet another dimension of flavour to the dish, with the Wild Mushroom Milk further supporting the flavours of the Gyoza. Some may argue that the plates here are seemingly more “contemporary” than actually Modern Japanese — though some dishes are albeit on the safer and conventional side, this item stands out for its thoughtful approach, being given a unique twist by ChiChi House. Really liked how ChiChi House provides for that casual dining experience with its dim lighting with a strong spotlights throwing the emphasis on what is to be served up at the table, as well as how the staff taking the time to explain every single element going on in the dish — an affordable casual dining concept in the heart of the Central Business District with quite a bit of potential here.

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A lil strange to be stopping by here for purely desserts since they seemed to be known for their skewers and mains, but the 𝙎𝙢𝙤𝙠𝙚𝙙 𝘾𝙝𝙤𝙘𝙤𝙡𝙖𝙩𝙚 (~$15) was done well 👌🏻
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I tasted bittersweet chocolate upon first bite, but was quickly hit with the smoky aftertaste soon after. This was definitely different, and in this case I’d do different bc the smoky taste was addictive 😛 Paired tgt with the light sour yoghurt sorbet, this wasn’t a heavy and overwhelming dessert — perfect to end a heavy main.🍰
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The cornflake (?) and blueberry sides didn’t do much to add any flavour, and the chocolate cake could do with a lil more fudgy chocolate/ moist texture, but this is something I wouldn’t mind having again for sure 🤩

Ig @goodfomood

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It was too early for a tipple (yes there is such a thing) so we got an iced Milk Oolong Tea and White Cold Brea to share, and both were so so interesting. The former’s a clear drink unlike what its name suggests, but tastes shockingly like there’s actual milk in there! There was a lovely body and a creamy aftertaste that I’d immediately identify as dairy, while simultaneously boasting a clean, light finish and a mellow dose of oolong. So refreshing 🥰 The White Cold Brew sees their coffee steeped in soy milk, which lends it an extremely nutty and earthy flavour. Very unique, not exactly my thing, but I can see how some would like it.

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Discovered this place through Burpple Beyond and can’t stop coming back! Plus, its a good place to come after working out to get gains on protein. Chicken is tasty and tender, sauce could be spicier (I ordered the spiciest) but the star of the place is the guacamole!

Soooo goood 😍
A little milky but defo with a try, even better deal with burpple deal 💪🏼

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The menu described it to be a lot better than it tasted. The radish are hidden underneath the eggs but it was too mushy than the normal radish cake which made eating it a little gelak after a while. We had the roast pork and the Sichuan dumplings as well. The roast pork is a must have, too busy eating that no picture was taken 🙈

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