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Had a lovely lunch here with tapas and cava! Trying cava for the first time and enjoyed the Iron Flute. Their pork belly is amazing too:) Service was great and the view even better!

My mom and I visited this Singapore Coffee Museum to have our breakfast on 28 September 2022.

There were 3 staff near the cashier. While placing our order, my mom asked the staff beside the cashier whether they have mee siam.

The staff told us to look at the menu affixed to the wall. The area was dimly lit and my mom asked the question again. The same staff said something along the lines of, "Refer to the menu and order what you like." Meanwhile, the staff at the cashier looked on and listened to our conversation.

Let's assume for a moment that my mom is illiterate, so lighting is immaterial to my feedback. My mom then placed her order of Mee Siam with the cashier and the cashier finally said, "We do not have Mee Siam here." Why didn't she say this when asked repeatedly at first?

"I thought you said there is Mee Siam?" replied my mom to the staff who told her that.

"I DID NOT SAY THAT WE HAVE MEE SIAM, I told you to LOOK at the menu!" defended the staff.

At the same time, I was having a conversation with the cashier asking whether there were customers on the second floor. If there wasn't, I would not trouble them to open up the level just for us.

To my disbelief, the cashier said, "We (3 of them near the cashier) don't know because we are not in charge of the second floor. We are only in charge of the first floor."

I was speechless for a while. Why didn't you say that you will check and let me know? Is your Manager aware that this is your attitude?

I asked the same question again and explained my rationale. I did not get a response until after completing my order.

One of the three staff must have gone up to check. She came back and kindly told me that there were 2 other people upstairs.

Wow your staff are truly, unbelievably and extremely rude. I hope the Founder is aware of how your staff behave. It is unacceptable!

Need I say more? SUPER WORTH IT WITH THE BURPPLE DEAL! saved so much for a whole lotta food + drinks! staff was very nice and helpful!! thank you and please visit ๐Ÿ˜š๐Ÿ˜š

The giant pork belly instead of chashu. It's okay but could be more tender lah. Black soup is garlic soup. Like most places, it's strong, therefore yummy.

Handmade Spring Roll($1.60)
Oily, big, crispy and packed full of vegetables. Quite filling as got tang hoon in it. It's okay.

Kueh Pie Tee($3.50/4 pcs)
The same filling used for popiah but this time round, put into a thin crispy pastry tart cup. Eat it in one shot for maximum pleasure.

Laksa(S-$3.50, L-$4)๐Ÿ˜‹
Slippery thick white bee hoon with peeled prawn, fish cake, tau pok, egg, laksa leaves and shrimp chilli paste in a bowl of creamy rich lemaky curry. Shiok sia! Easy and smooth. Flavours were spot on.

Signature Handmade Popiah($2/pcs)๐Ÿ‘
Delicious crunchy wet jicama filling with a base spread of sauces wrapped within chewy, smooth & paper thin skin.
We had one spicy and the other not. The differences isn't much either, just spicy had more kick I guess.
Anyway, the wrapping is pretty neat but the folding was not compact enough as the ingredients will slip out from the skin.
Nonetheless, still good and I loved the fried crunchy bits that came with it that helps give a better mouthfeel while eating it.
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Prawn Popiah($3/pcs)
Same handmade popiah with a hint of spiciness and additional shrimp in it to give a more oceanic feel.

A quick and affordable meal in the midst of rush hour.
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Signature Handmade Popiah($2/pcs)๐Ÿ‘
Delicious crunchy wet jicama filling with a base spread of sauces wrapped within chewy, smooth & paper thin skin.
We had one spicy and the other not. The differences isn't much either, just spicy had more kick I guess.
Anyway, the wrapping is pretty neat but the folding was not compact enough as the ingredients will slip out from the skin.
Nonetheless, still good and I loved the fried crunchy bits that came with it that helps give a better mouthfeel while eating it.
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Prawn Popiah($3/pcs)
Same handmade popiah with a hint of spiciness and additional shrimp in it to give a more oceanic feel.
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Laksa(S-$3.50, L-$4)๐Ÿ˜‹
Slippery thick white bee hoon with peeled prawn, fish cake, tau pok, egg, laksa leaves and shrimp chilli paste in a bowl of creamy rich lemaky curry. Shiok sia! Easy and smooth. Flavours were spot on.
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Kueh Pie Tee($3.50/4 pcs)
The same filling used for popiah but this time round, put into a thin crispy pastry tart cup. Eat it in one shot for maximum pleasure.
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Handmade Spring Roll($1.60)
Oily, big, crispy and packed full of vegetables. Quite filling as got tang hoon in it. It's okay.
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๐ŸšฉAnn Chin Popiah, 02-02, Sim Lim Square, 1 Rochor Canal Rd, Singapore 188504
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Pesto sauce was super flavourful! Chicken breast was not too dry either. This dish usually comes with chips as a side but I opted for their salad cos I love the sauce it comes with.

Fancy something to spice up your life? Shanghai La Mian XLB also serves a Sichuan dan dan mian which is a spicy version of their zhajiangmian.

I personally prefer the dan dan mian which has a nice subtle fiery kick with a slightly nutty flavour from the crushed peanuts. The noodles are great of course.