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Very affordable steak at this price point. However, if you want to splurge a little for something more fatty, I strongly suggest the deckle ($65/300g) - A well balance amount of fat and juicy, flavourful meat.

Got the Acai and Choc Oat bowls (the only 2 flavours available for today). Hearsay that they don't use sugar for their bowls and it's naturally sweetened by dates! The Acai was refreshing and not too tangy, with a variety of toppings like the creamy chia seed pudding which had a distinct coconut taste. However I personally felt that the Choc Oat stole the show. The rich chocolatey flavour had a distinct nutty taste, but could get a little sweet after a while. Glad I tried this before the deal expires 😅

Tried Chengji, 成记 (Stall 24) with their Pork Leg Bee Hoon ($5). Its fragrantly whipped together though I also realise its with my fave canned pork trotters - that familiar and comforting taste... Lime and chilli sauce recommended!

Also had the carrot cake from Stall 22 Hokkien Mee, crisp yet moist with a strong radish taste, felt like we didn't have enough!

While searching for what to have around Bukit Timah, Tastemaker Victoria’s vote of approval on the flavoured scones here immediately lured me to try them out. I started with 1 red wine fig scone and a raspberry sugared brioche before concluding I needed to try the other 2 flavours of scones (earl grey, rum & raisins) while having a savoury item to “balance” things.
The spinach cheese loaf at Crown had a nice taste of Popeye’s favourite food at every bite; unadulterated use of the leafy green superfood I must say. This within the soft white bread which also had nuggets of soft cheese; and melted cheese atop. By no mean was this cheap but well worth the price with the quality.

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While searching for what to have around Bukit Timah, Tastemaker Victoria’s vote of approval on the flavoured scones here immediately lured me to try them out. I started with 1 red wine fig scone and a raspberry sugared brioche before concluding I needed to try the other 2 flavours of scones (earl grey, rum & raisins) while having a savoury item to “balance” things.
A good brioche with fresh raspberries; this was like a much denser version of comfortingly soft white bread.
The scones might look small but reflected what you’d get in a true English tea set; a nimble sets you up for so much baked, and in this case flavored, goodness.

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While searching for what to have around Bukit Timah, Tastemaker Victoria’s vote of approval on the flavoured scones here immediately lured me to try them out. I started with 1 red wine fig scone and a raspberry sugared brioche before concluding I needed to try the other 2 flavours of scones (earl grey, rum & raisins) while having a savoury item to “balance” things.
A good brioche with fresh raspberries; this was like a much denser version of comfortingly soft white bread.
The scones might look small but reflected what you’d get in a true English tea set; a nimble sets you up for so much baked, and in this case flavored, goodness.

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💵: $21

📈: 8/10

🤔: The sauce had a deep, robust seafood flavour and the pasta was well-coated with it, making every mouthful of this pasta really enjoyable! There's a touch of wokhei, adding a charred flavour, really yums! Pasta was al dente, but one thing was that the prawns didn't separate that well from the tail.

💵: $12

📈: 7/10

🤔: Great starter for sharing as the portion was huge. Pretty basic, it is exactly as its name suggests, tater tots with truffle oil. Would have been better if there was a dip, but that's just my opinion! (P.S: if you don't like ketchup, don't bother getting their chilli sauce because it tastes like ketchup, and the ketchup is basically a sweeter rendition of their chilli so yeap)

💵: $28

📈: 5/10

🤔: Would recommend giving this a skip, it wasn't bad in any way, just mediocre. The crust was average, and while they weren't stingy with toppings, in a whole it was just not that good.

Back at @thejujubar for their Black Sesame and Acai Smoothie! 🖤🖤The bowls at @thejujubar are 100% guilt free, plant based, vegan and refined sugar free. Their sweetness is derived from medjool dates and a blend of other healthy fruits. One bowl of these is jam packed with antioxidants , fibre and plenty of vitamins and minerals🥳🥳
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Go straight for the regular ($8.50) as baby is just too small😋
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It’s located right smack at Singapore Botanic Gardens visitor centre 1 Cluny Road #01-K1
(Nearest Mrt: Botanic Garden). Great place to enjoy your smoothie in a lush green environment .

Tried out their onglet! Taste juicy and have the “melt in my mouth”texture! Ordered along with their truffle fries as sides. Ended my night with their burnt cheesecake. I will be back soon with friends! Perfect place to try if you love steaks!

Discovered this roaster and realised it shares the same place with Fat Belly. It is beside Botanic Garden and the whole area has a lot of eateries and café. Love the vibe! First try of grilled Halloumi, I'm a huge cheese fan so it was greattttt! And my mocha was nice too!

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