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Overpriced Italian food with small serving portions and mediocre service. Food was also passable. Much more better choices of Italian food around SG. Oh, and not cheap too.

Double the ice-cream, double the joy~

Place is quite small though and only 1 staff who had to handle taking orders, collecting money, clearing tables, preparing waffle and scooping ice-cream...

Really affordable fare! My group ordered 5 dishes and 4 bowls of rice ($14). The food is on the saltier side but very flavourful! Only gripe is that some of the dishes were cold.

Bread was very soft even after a day or so. Filling though, was a bit sweet and could be more generous. Kinda disappointed that the mochi texture wasn’t distinct.

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Tried Swee Heng’s version this time round! Theirs is much more cheesy than garlicky. It leans a lot more to the sweet side, while I prefer the more savoury sort. The garlic was too light to satisfy garlic bread cravings too, though they’re pretty generous with the cream cheese. Bread was crunchy after a quick toast in the oven but unfortunately a tad bit dry.

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The sambal grilled fish ($15.90++) is my go-to order! The fish is fresh and succulent, lightly seasoned and grilled crisp. Good enough to eat on its own! A pity that they didn’t have shoestring fries available for selection that day - those are my favourite. But the sambal sauce pairs well with the mashed potato and seasonal vegetables!

Went to try out the NDP promo at Swensen’s, giving 1-for-1 Hazel Daze / Salted GulaMelaka Heaven, which amounted to about $13.89 for both.

The Hazel Daze came with crunchy wafer cubes, hot fudge and melted marshmallows. Flavors of the ice cream were mocha almond fudge and hazelnut, hence there was a nice coffee taste to it.

The salted gula melaka on the other hand was less sweet compared to Hazel Daze. I would say the taste of the ice cream was also milder. But I really like how it was accompanied with the crispy chocolate balls and rice puffs.

Overall both sundaes were delicious! Staff were also friendly and accommodating. Enjoy the NDP promo till end of Sept 2020!

Chicken was really tender but the sauce lacked that oomfp factor. Overall experience was still create with their top notch service and great wine. (Order the Pork Belly and Meatball appetisers, they were bomb!)

Egg noodle in truffle cream sauce~ Enjoyed this italian version of mee pok in creamy truffle sauce~ I would recommend to share this as it might get gelat after awhile. Don’t expect fanciful ambience, it’s a homely atmosphere where friends can hangout and chill.

Huge food portions so well worth the 1 for 1 deal! Love the thick and crispy fries! 🍟 We got the classic beef burger, El spicy beef burger, Hunky Dory fish and chips and Laksa Mania (to share). Would recommend the Laksa Mania which is well flavoured and with a comfortable spicy level. Definitely generous with the mussels given. Total bill came up to $40 which is great for group of 3-4! We had a good time chilling at the nicely decorated cafe.

Had been paying attention to this stall via their social media ever since before the Circuit Breaker had started — and finally managed to visit the stall now that we are currently in the Phase 2 of reopening. A little spoilt for choice considering the myriad of options served on the menu from grilled meats to pasta, and even burgers, the Sambal “Mak-Chik” was probably an item that caught my attention whilst skimming though the menu (perhaps I do have a knack for punny food items).

Perhaps the lack of any descriptions on the menu had me carrying the wrong set of expectations for the item — there was certainly nothing wrong with that juicy slab of fried chicken cutlet that is generously-sized and came with a golden brown batter that is all crisp on the exterior, while the meat being tender within, nor was there anything wrong with their in-house sambal mayo that is smeared atop the fried chicken cutlet for an extra savoury, yet creamy note; a direction that they seemed to have wanted to go for here. That being said, I wished that it would have came with an actual sambal instead; I would have loved to have that savoury-spicy kick that provides for a fiery, tingling note that would cut through the heaviness of the fried item — something that would have reset the tastebuds that makes one want to go on further instead. Was pretty intrigued by their Cajun fries though; not sure if they are the same (or got off the same supplier), but these criss-cut fries somewhat reminds me of those served at Shake Shack with clear grooves and are very well-filled with potato — nothing like the ones that are usually served at hawker centres that can be a tad too crunchy at times; the accompanying salad felt pretty pedestrian however.

Honestly, a pretty promising outfit that is run by a group of young folks serving western cuisine in hearty portions that is worth a try — pretty sure the other items would sit well with most; not that this item isn’t good, just that I would have preferred it done in another manner somehow.