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Bought a 1-1 deal via shopback so this box cost around $6

Have made countless visits to autobus for their protein bowls and I’ve always ordered the same combination - dory fish, onsen egg, curry cauliflower, pasta, roasted sesame sauce and parmesan cheese topping

For a healthier lunch option in the CBD, head to this stall in the Shenton Foodhall for affordable yong tau foo. Share their Ngoh Hiang Set ($9) and tuck into their classic Yong Tau Foo Set ($7.20). If you're up for a spicy kick, their Mala Spicy Sour Soup Set ($5.90) and good ole' Laksa Set ($8.20) are definitely your go-to lunch option.

*Eligible for takeaway till 30 June 2021.

Yes, we're pho real! This place serves up Vietnamese food at affordable price tags such as Vietnamese Beef Noodle Soup ($6.50), Vietnamese Char Grilled Pork Rice with Fried Egg ($6.50) or take a bite into ther Banh M, a Vietnamese French Loaf sandwiched with Char Grilled Pork ($6).

*Eligible for takeaway till 30 June 2021.

For a nourishing bowl of homemade soup, this stall in Shenton Foodhall serves up the classic Lotus Root Pork Ribs Soup ($5.50), Watercress Pork Ribs Soup ($5.50) and Old Cucumber Pork Ribs Soup ($5.50). If you're looking for an extra boost of vitality to your day, why not order up the Black Chicken Herbal Soup ($7.50) and Pig's Trotter Vinegar ($8).

*Eligible for takeaway till 30 June 2021.

Nestled within Shenton Foodhall, look to this spot for great local food in the heart of CBD. The go-to comfort food for those rainy days, slurp up a steaming bowl of Sliced Fish Soup ($5.80) or have the best of both worlds with their Double Fish Soup ($6.30). With the new craze over pao fan, have a go at their classic Sliced Fish Pao Fan ($7) or treat yourself to a Scallop Pao Fan ($8.50) and Crabmeat & Fish Maw Pao Fan ($9).

*Eligible for takeaway till 30 June 2021.

Quite a good cup of coffee; coffee is smooth, taste not too strong, not bitter or acidic; strong nutty taste, slightly sweet, not too milky..

Felt the green tea taste not strong enough; milk taste > green tea taste; slightly sweet..

The colorful dish that instantly lift up my mood; cake is smooth but slightly hard, cheese taste is mild, not too sweet; taste normal, nothing special..

Potato gnocchi in spicy tomato cream sauce; gnocchi is very soft & chewy like mochi; sauce is mild spicy & sweet, slightly more sour that is appetising; with few pieces of walnut at the top that add crunch to the dish; love the shaved cheese that is sprinkled on top..

Big slab of steak lying on top of mixed rice; steak is tender & succulent, well-cooked to medium-well with smoky taste; mixed rice (black rice, Japanese rice & quinoa) is well-cooked to soft, not mushy; with spinach, mushroom, edamame, corn, carrot, pickled zucchini, yakiniku sauce & my favourite sous vide egg; all ingredients complement each other really well; simple yet satisfying bowl..

Feature :
💕Stewed Prawn Broth Bee Hoon with Big Prawn.
Rice Vermicelli soaked in flavourful Broth and served with seafood and scrambled fried egg.
💕Braised Prawn Broth Hor fun with Big Prawn.
Rice Noodles served in moreish Broth , prawns, pork slices and vegetables.
This one is my fav, coz its full of wok hei.
💕Prawn infused Ebiko Prawn fried rice.
Rice grain cooked with Prawn Broth, before Stir frying It with ebiko and Prawn.

Customer can enjoy 25% off for walk-in takeaway order.

Delivery promotion on Oddle (https://paradiseclassic.oddle.me/en_SG/).

Islandwide delivery at $8 with min. $70 spent. Free delivery with a min. $120 spent.

20% off daily for delivery via Foodpanda, Deliveroo & GrabFood.

📍Paradise Classic.
Marina Bay Link Mall, #B2-20.

1-for-1 with #burpplebeyond!

Throw back to last Friday’s dinner at @waacowsg Marina One with my dear friend! So glad that Waa Cow offers non-beef option. (although one might be thinking why would you even go to Waa Cow if you are a non-beef eater 😂).

Started the 3-course meal off with Mentaiko scallops. 6 pieces of flame-torched Hokkaido scallops drizzled with Mentaiko sauce, topped with scallions and tobiko. Though they were rather thin slices, the scallops were bursting with sweetness and a hint of smokiness, which complemented really well with the creamy Mentaiko sauce. An appetizer that definitely whet my appetite!

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