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Nice cute cafe with friendly staff.

Egg bagel was nice to taste and had amazing presentation.

Too expensive though. I will stick to the affogato coffee next time

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Very tasty, lovely to look at.

Cute little cafe with very friendly staff.

Too expensive for the place though, thats the only negative.

Try their affogato, it's delicious

Nice and cute place with a very friendly staff.

Affogato coffee is authentic italian and deserves 5 stars.

Everything else is very expensive, so stic to your coffee

Went there on a Sunday noon with the breakfast set. Breakfast set was a huge portion. Love the eggs too. Hot chocolate sweetness tastes just right.

Atmosphere: chill and windy afternoon, with breeze. (Sitting outdoors)

Great time of chilling and relaxing with friends on a Sunday noon. And oh, not to mention it’s just opposite Botanic Gardens too. 🌿☘️🌸🍃

Back with my Mee Siam adventure! 🥢

I wonder if the shop name came after shortlisting the shop? As the name suggests, the shop does exist in a cozy corner with little seats. Not that I have to wait long for a seat, as many are takeaway orders.

A satisfying Mee Siam! Gravy was thick, chilli does pack a punch. Though I personally prefer a more sour base, will request for more lime the next time.

Can’t wait to have my next Mee Siam!

Creamy eggs, buttery bread, tasty sausages and bacon... Every ingredient was really tasty, would definitely have it again!

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This is wonderful!!

I get to taste the purity of flavour in every ingredient that is bonded nicely with the truffle aroma.
The chive is lightly sweet,
I taste the savouriness in the fluffy crisp potatoes.
The cheese is nutty and salty.

And every bite just shouts TRUFFLE.
Def have it with pepper ☺️

From 成记
Classic muah chee: soft texture glutinous rice snack coated with crushed roasted peanuts.


This dish was honestly average, the only thing that stood out was the HONEY MASCARPONE. Sooooo good, I finished every bit of it. Not really a fan of the anchovy butter (maybe it’s an acquired taste!), but even the egg was vvv average, not too much taste to it.

I absolutely love the matcha latte though!!!! It’s soooooo creamy, but for those who like the strong matcha taste, this is definitely not for you! It’s just v subtle, v creamy, and it’s really surprising how the matcha blends so well. I don’t see any powder hanging around! It’s slightly on the sweet side, so I let the ice melt for a bit, and afterwards it’s heavenly 💕

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For full description please read the previous post first. This post just talks about the 2nd main option.

4. 2nd course: A dash of Satay - sweet chargrilled tender texture of Satay with a peanut-foie gras sauce to balance the sweetness.


Amazing experience: great ambience, location, service and food! The restaurant has a michelin star for a good reason.

1. They start with breads (we got 3 options: sourdough, potato curry and squid ink) and butter (2 options: & unsalted french butter)

2. Spirit of Singapore canapes (which is essentially 3 types of appetizers). Indian pappadam, beef short rib, seafood otah)

3. 1st course: we were served cured hamachi & burrata with pickled vegetables in a granite dish & pickled crushed ice to keep it refreshing

4. 2nd course: (you get an option of fish, chicken and beef -$24) I went with fish! I was served a stingray with Indonesian rempah cooked with french tomatoes and seasoned with kaffir lime to replace the sambal :)

5. It was time for a palette cleanser sorbet!

6. 3rd course: A whiff of mont blanc - a deconstructed mont blanc with some twists like Japanese red bean. They call it a little brother of mont blanc

7. Petite four: 3 types of small pastries to go along your tea/coffee order

Each course is a chapter and comes with a little card which you can keep as a momento. They have very nice wine collection on their menu and a friendly sommelier to guide you to your taste. The wines are on the expensive side. But, overall the experience is totally worth the price. You may choose a 5 course or a 7 course menu if you are used to bigger plates.


Ordered the 2-2 two weeks ago, and again today. 2 weeks ago the portions were v generous. Today, the portions somehow decreased significantly, leaving us wondering if we’d gotten only 2 of the 4 servings expected. The tiramisu and beef were much smaller in size.

While the quality is still good, the drop in portion size is v disappointing. Perhaps the staff only packed half of the 4 servings.

I tried calling Fat Belly to clarify but was told they would only call me back later.

PS: photo is after eating, forgot to take a pic before

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