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I love Thai green curry and what's better than that? Green curry with noodles! You instantly don't need rice. They use the rice noodle used for pad Thai.

Ordered the brunch plate ($16) and the pan seared Atlantic halibut ($18).

Scrambled eggs & sausage was good but the salad side was a bit weird?

Halibut was soft & too much oil :/ but potato was nice + tomatoes not bad = overall very average

Not the best brunch place but still worth a visit if at Bishan park! (Good ambiance)

We ordered the Tom Yum Seafood Pasta ($13.90) and Seafood Aglio Olio ($14.50). We initially wanted to use the 1-for-1 Mains but were told that it only applies to the Chicken Steak-Out ($13.90) and not the Fried Chicken & Waffle ($15.90) and Baked Salmon ($16.90) which was disappointing ☹️

I would consider the tom yum pasta very unique. The sauce tastes like very authentic tom yum and the dish was overall very nice, though it can be slightly jelak towards the end of the meal.

The olive oil used in the aglio olio dish was very fragrant and it was cooked well. Both seafood pastas each came with 3 mussels, 2 sotongs and 1 prawn.

The waiting time for the pastas was quite long ☹️ The restaurant is quite understaffed. However, the ambience of the place is not too bad - good for casual dates or meals with family ☺️

Finally! So difficult to either encounter or afford this in Singapore. It's fine, although being freshly fried elevated it.

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another week another bubble tea 🤩 this time featuring Bober’s 𝚁𝚘𝚊𝚜𝚝𝚎𝚍 𝙾𝚘𝚕𝚘𝚗𝚐 𝙼𝚒𝚕𝚔 𝚃𝚎𝚊, 𝙳𝚘𝚗𝚐 𝙳𝚒𝚗𝚐 𝙾𝚘𝚕𝚘𝚗𝚐 𝙼𝚒𝚕𝚔 𝚃𝚎𝚊 and 𝚈𝚊𝚔𝚞𝚕𝚝 𝙶𝚛𝚎𝚎𝚗 𝚃𝚎𝚊 !! I found it hard to pick a favourite between their Roasted Oolong and Dong Ding Oolong bc both were so good 😍 added brown sugar pearls to the Roasted Oolong and it brought a very nice subtle flavour of brown sugar but will definitely not order 50% sugar level agn HAHAHHA i found it abit too sweet tgt with the pearls ; the Dong Ding on the other hand was j nice with 50% sugar level imo!! it brought about a much refreshing taste compared to the roasted one while i was still able to savour the dong ding tea taste, solid 8/10 !!! lastly, the yakult green tea was not bad too, didn’t surprise me but def didn’t disappoint!

This stall opens really late and is popular among hungry ghosts. But that's about it. I've come here a few times and anyone who tells you it's a top kway chap is lying. Both the kway and the braised foods are average. Lor bak was enjoyable enough, but the tau pok especially was lousy.

A bubble tea shop sprang from Marymount Community Club in early June, providing the new local favourite as well as some bar snacks to the visitors of the building and the students from the nearby schools.

Given such a grand name, I would definitely pay attention to their special-tea items, which included the Oolong Rice Latte and their new creation called the Imperial Autumn (S$4.90 for medium-size cup). Made with home-brew chrysanthemum tea, this tea latte was rich in natural flavours as though I was having those herbal tea from Chinese medical halls, so it really gave me a sense that I am taking time for self-care.

I would also suggest to have the add-on of their home-made golden pearls at only S$0.80, because they were boiled in brown sugar and was very chewy, adding that dimension as though I was having some gummies along with the drinks.

It seemed that the crowds were constantly streaming in despite being a Saturday evening. However, as I was having my me-time at the seating area within the shop, I witnessed how the staff were still getting their footing right, so the waiting time could be a bit long during peak periods.

I was curious with how they served their hot teas, as I saw bowls that went along with teapots. I would think it could be an interesting experience to try the next time I visit this place.

The shirataki noodles have a gelatinous nature, making it chewy and a little rubbery. The truffle and cream goes very well with the small duck slices, making this to die-for!

Had the intention of using burpple but ended up going with their in house set meal promo which was more worth it. Tom yum pasta and carbonara were decent, home cooked/comfort food quality. However the Tom yum pasta mussels weren’t as fresh and squid came a little cold. Service was so-so. We came first and were told we would get a seat so told us to wait on the side. Shortly more people came and everyone else were given seatings before us despite telling us several times we were next. This was 4 batch of groups. We waited for about closed to 30 minutes.

Left me feeling very full. Flavor is strong and good, not ver saucey, but still jelat. Ham tasted cheap, but turkey bacon was quite juicy. Still, Not a bad eat for $9.90!

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