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Oops smelled so good that I wolfed it down before remembering to take a pic. We ordered the $5 version and it was yummy!! Their hokkien is the wet type and the stock is flavourful and sweet.

I can't believe this is a no pork no lard place!

The pizza was thin-crusted and crispy at the top part, while the center was more chewy. The toppings were generous and fresh and the truffle mayonnaise drizzled over was super good! Really impressed by this pizza. Service was good too!

Pork was really tender and tasty, and came with mashed potatoes and roasted vegetables which were delicious! A good balance of meat, vegetables and some potatoes.

The burger was very flavourful with a thick piece of beef patty, sunny side up egg, bacon, sauce, rocket and some sautéed onions. All the ingredients went well with each other. The fries were crispy and not too over fried or salty.

Subpar. Only good thing, the heap was big so others were ok

Good option for carrot cake in the East. A sizable portion for the price and comes with small fresh prawns. Well-executed to be soft with slight crisp and char at the edges without being too oily. They offer choice of white or black ($4/S), and best of both worlds in a mixed variation ($6/S). We personally preferred the sweeter and softer black rendition with good level of kick from the chilli over the crispier white rendition.

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Hokkien mee (S) @ $6
#32 Geylang 29 Charcoal Fried Hokkien Mee

One of the best hokkien mee. It's wet the way I like it and comes with good amount of prawns and sotong and lard, which is really damn yummy. But the best is the burnt taste and smell that is subtly infused in the whole plate - guess they really use charcoal to make this and the burnt taste and smell makes this dish so damn good.

Would like to try the other outlet at Geylang to see if it's consistent. But definitely happy to have this dish even though we were damn full from the other food we had (satay bee hoon, satay and oyster omelette) and this is still the best among all.

Hokkien mee (S) @ $6

One of the best hokkien mee. It's wet the way I like it and comes with good amount of prawns and sotong and lard, which is really damn yummy. But the best is the burnt taste and smell that is subtly infused in the whole plate - guess they really use charcoal to make this and the burnt taste and smell makes this dish so damn good.

Would like to try the other outlet at Geylang to see if it's consistent. But definitely happy to have this dish even though we were damn full from the other food we had (satay bee hoon, satay and oyster omelette) and this is still the best among all.

Can’t rmb the name of the dish but it’s one of those full on breakfast plates you’d get at any cafe. Except I have to say the bacon was legit. I don’t even eat bacon!! Finally some real stuff. My only gripe would be the price point 🥲 Flat white was like any other cafe.

Pricey place but you pay for the warm homely vibes and friendly service! Pleasantly surprised by the lightness of this dish - we had it for breakfast! The ice cream was froyo. Super duper refreshing, but the price really does make my wallet cry a little 🥲 Great treat nonetheless :)

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A great choice for vegetarians, the veggie brekkie packs as much heft as a traditional big breakfast, with a heaping plateful of smashed avocado, grilled halloumi, roasted portobello, rosemary-pickled tomatoes, and garlic oil-dressed baby spinach to accompany silken scrambled eggs on sourdough toast.

Taste: 3/5

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East Coast Commune recently refreshed their menu and while I welcome new dishes to try, I'm also a little sad tp find this no longer available.

The waffle is light and fluffy with just a hint of smoky sweetness from the roasted corn, and pairs nicely with the substantially heavier fried chicken, which really, is what we're here for. The exterior batter is crisp, crunchy and none too thick, encasing surprisingly juicy and tender meat within. I also thought the refreshingly tart chilli pickled daikon salad was a nice touch as a foil to the main elements on the plate.

Taste: 3.5/5

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