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Acceptable, but you probably can get a better one elsewhere. In any case, I won't return. First, the owner hung up on my call. Then, instead of actually serving us, he repeatedly insisted we scan their QR code to browse the menu and order, when none of us had the scanner. Throughout, he never projected a desire for any of the customers - maybe we should just not give them any.

Ordered cappuccino, given something more like latte. In any case, I won't return. First, the owner hung up on my call. Then, instead of actually serving us, he repeatedly insisted we scan their QR code to browse the menu and order, when none of us had the scanner. Throughout, he never projected a desire for any of the customers - maybe we should just not give them any.

Additional $1 for the dark choco. Waffle was decent.

Flaky fried egg - The staff first cracks and stirs dozens of eggs before slowly pouring it into the wok full of hot oil.

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Tucked away in the Bishan neighbourhood, quiet but not that far from the MRT, is this nice little cozy ice cream place. I visited twice so far and I got the Elderflower Mojito flavour both times cuz it's so refreshing, a mix of floral and fruity, and has this slight tangy kick as well. They have other pretty non-conventional flavours as well. The place is pretty conducive for chilling with people as well :)

From 碳烤黑叉烧 at Kim San Leng coffeeshop at Blk 511 Bishan Street 13; decided to pop by randomly for dinner after walking by and the stall caught my eye.

Went for the Wanton Noodles and felt that the wantons were more of the catch compared to the Char Siew. Whilst the Char Siew were glazed in a thick and sweet sauce, carrying a hint of char from the charcoal grilling, the meat was more on the leaner side — would have been perfect if fattier portions were to be served for a melt-in-the-mouth texture. The wantons were generously packed; instead of coming with just a slather of meat like what other places may have served up, the wantons do carry a bite and the natural sweetness from the shrimp within; very fresh and rather delicious. The noodles come pretty springy, tossed in soy sauce — a little alkaline, but the chili by the side does help to take it away when tossed together with the noodles. A pretty decent eat to have whilst in the area.

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Dont waste your time if youre here for the dry bkt, think the stall changed alr(theres still a bkt place but dk good or not)

$6.80. Quite disappointing there's pasta and baked rice from the menu but for Burpple 1 for 1 Main we can only choose from breakfast set and sandwich. Only accepts cash payment.

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noodles were thin and chewy, cooked just right. however, the soup was much too salty for my liking and the meat was average.

one plus point would be the price point though — the meal came up to just under $10 for the ramen with gyoza and a drink (student meal). an affordable option for ramen 😊

6/10 ✨

Mos cheese ($3.85)

Bun is small and soft. Tastes heavily of the onions in the sauce. Patty tastes meh too. Nothing to rave about in this burger.

Will not order again.

Kampung chicken set for 2 ($25.04 on Grabfood)

Comes with chicken, beansprouts, and a side (chose golden crispy prawn dumplings). Horfun comes with soup.

Everything tastes alright.