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Was around Dover w a friend and visited here after many years. Used to come here pretty often and it’s been a while so was looking forward. Sadly , the fish soup we came for was disappointing. Maybe we set out standards too high. Tasted bland and definitely not the same as what we remembered. While it filled our tummy and still a meal, it was def not worth it with a signature dish of such quality. The heizhou was acceptable. Waiting time was pretty fast.

Use the waacow Tele or sth, idk I didn't redeem this lol, creds to the boxing team for pulling off this incredible deal

Beef was up to par, and as someone who dislikes truffle the sauce was actually quite bearable. Which should be the case when u have excellent beef

Mushrooms were cooked well too, and the sauce(definitely not sukiyaki) was pretty suitable for the beef

Overall it's an absolute steal for 10nett

Soft and tender beef slices with mentaiko sauce on a bowl of sweet japanese rice and onsen egg. Would appreciate more mentaiko sauce but the whole bowl was full of flavours! Worth a try during the promotion week.

The mushroom cream sauce in this one was thick but not too overwhelming. It went great with the chewy homemade tagiatelle. Sadly, the chicken breast was really dry and tough.

Molten Lava chocolate cake ($9.95) 🍰 7/10
The cake was small but crispy at its crust and molten inside. The vanilla gelato was also thick and enjoyable.

Tiramisu ($5.50) 🍰 4/10
I found that there was way too much biscuit here and not enough marscapone cream. The biscuit was quite dry and stale too...

This was my favourite pizza of the bunch! It combined what I love most about quattro formaggi (the gorgonzola) with salty pepperonis and onions! The blue cheese went surprisingly well with the sharp onions but I just wish there were more pepperonis.

For all the pizzas, the crust is made with a special italian flour that renders the crust fantastically light and crispy. It kind of reminded me of a very thin and fresh naan! There was no issue biting through the crust ends even after it cooled.

Rucola prosciutto ($19.90) πŸ• 7/10
I like how the prosciutto slices were much thicker than how other Italian restaurants usually slice them, so it gave the pizza a meatier feel. Sadly, the meagre pieces of rocket was placed under the prosciutto which made the leaves a little soggy.

Quattro Formaggi ($17.90) πŸ• 7/10
You can't really go wrong when you throw cheese on a pizza, and this was no exception. I liked how the interestingly light crust combined with the rich and heavy cheese on top.

10/10 the best wagyu donburi 😻πŸ₯©I’ve ever tried. beef is so skilfully sliced and succulent that I felt i was in heaven when it melted in my mouthπŸ€€πŸ’“πŸ’“. really well paired with the onsen egg and sauce they used. πŸ˜‹ kinda wished I’m a NUS student so I could get discounts and eat this everyday 😒πŸ₯Ί but oh wells

Didn’t know NUS serve such a nice 😊

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Go for the Truffle Tagliatelle and pizzas, really unassuming little place that people miss out easily, but really good food :)

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The main star of the dish is the mouth-watering braised pork! Tasty and tender, you can truly feel the umami taste from the pork juice. Served with white rice, Japanese egg, cucumber and mushrooms.

Psstt...Get this bowl for just $9.9 (from $13.9) by joining Waa Cow!’s telegram group.

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had a dinner date here for the first time, used Burpple Beyond for 1-for-1 main + dessert. we ordered a parma ham pizza & sausage risotto, oreo brownie cheesecake & dark chocolate gelato. *wanna put a disclaimer first that we were spoiled by the pleasantries by Jim, who served us most of our visit haha.

in general, we were very impressed by the richness of flavours for every dish, that paired so well with homecooked healthy quality that made it unexpectedly not-gelak, even the gelato! Jim explained that the chefs use zero MSG (yas). I'm a fan of parma ham so the pizza was an obvious choice, photo above! I'm not a big eater but I finished 5/6 of this, don't be fooled by the big sized pizza. I recommend getting this as 1 of your mains! risotto was deemed 'clean' tasting by the boyfriend, likely cuz of the absence of MSG & the dish's nature is porridge-like. the gelato was interestingly chunky & just the right amount of sweet. cheesecake was a wildcard cuz it's my favourite dessert- I'd place this above Starbucks & below Bakerzin/Cat & the Fiddle. for your own tastebuds' discretion πŸ˜…

beyond their food itself, I commend this place for their portion sizes & cosyness despite it being in the usually bustling UTown. perhaps we have Covid to thank for this.

if you see this, thanks again Jim for being such a gentle gastronomical (& photography) guide for us in the short time we were here.

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