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What’s jumbo without their chili crab 🥺 Had this at a promo - 20% off crab and 2 boston lobsters for $88 (you can choose method of cooking). Seafood was super fresh and chili crab sauce was great - not too sweet and comes with a spicy kick which we love. Pair this with fried mantou for the full on shiok experience.

For lobster, would recommend trying it to be cooked as hokkien mee. Wok hey was on point and noodles were very flavourful/packed with seafood taste. Great portion too!

⭐️ 4/5

Pretty place and packed with people. We had the two “adult pastas” on the menu. While it looked a little small, they were relatively filling. An interesting take on fusion foods. The mocha was alright.

The salad was full with seafood only by $12++. You can enjoy the food in front of a panoramic view.

a pretty standard burger, not mind blowing but still tastes good. lowkey feel that all impossible burgers tastes similar, maybe bc of the patty 🤔 the fries were rly good tho!!

Made the trip down to East Coast Park over the previous weekend for East Coast Commune — opened by the folks behind a Commune Cafe, their latest outpost at East Coast Park situated just a few doors away from McDonald’s Marine Cove is their biggest yet — a space that is also absolutely chic and modern that feels close to nature with the use of wood, rattan elements that is welcoming and soothing.

Offering hot food options out of their kitchen here, East Coast Commune serves up sandwiches, pasta and small plates here, but it is the fresh sourdough waffles that caught my attention on the menu here. Essentially the full works here, the Big Breakfast Waffle features elements such as sausage, sautéed mushrooms, greens, fried eggs and maple syrup. The entire package is pretty pedestrian, though I wasn’t a fan of the limp waffle — it does however comes with a hint of sourness from the fermentation process of the sourdough. Thought it could do with a slightly more generous drizzle of maple syrup that could bring the other elements together with the waffle just a little more. That being said, it certainly works as a pretty spot for a mid-day brunch whilst having a relaxing stroll or date around the park.

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Geylang Lorong 29 Hokkien mee! What’s your favourite style of Hokkien mee? Do you prefer dry or wet? What’s your noodle ratio? More of yellow noodle or more of the vermicelli noodle? Everyone has their favourite Hokkien mee stall!

This place is currently my favourite!


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Quite pleased with this satay from song kee .
Meat was fresh and the Satay sauce had chunky peanuts 🥜.

Didn’t quite order from the popular Malay stalls because those tend to be sweeter .
I tend to like my Satay more savoury than sweet.

More than satisfied my satay cravings !

While most order from lagoon carrot cake , I decided to give another stall a chance and came across a stall about 5 to 6 stalls on the left of lagoon carrot cake.

This stall sells oyster omelette, black and white carrot cake and satay.

Added an additional dollar for extra egg to “ upgrade “ my carrot cake .

Quite pleased with this carrot cake though not the best but definitely above average .

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Sharing the same home as the lagoon carrot cake was this beautifully crafted popiah .

Rare to see stalls using fresh popiah skin that is QQ so when I saw this little baby - I was very pleased .

At 2.20 , steep for hawker food price but definitely worth an order as it was packed with ingredients and am loving that fresh doughy smell of that skin .

While this was nice - it was still not up to standards.

Very thin flab of fish at 12 dollars - am tasting more of the skin .

The chilli was enjoyable but the fish seemed like it was drenched In a tub of oil to cook rather than being grilled .

Too greasy for even the nice chilli to stay on -

Definitely needs much more integrity to grill the fish rather than drenching in hot oil .

A burger that costs $30++ a pop? It better be good. But unfortunately it was not the best I had. Ask for medium rare so that it will be medium done when the burger is served to you. The sandwich on the other was just alright. We had their coffee at other branches which was just so so, so we didn’t have any
This time. Overall the meal for 2 cost $65++ with two mains, nothing to rave about but view is nice, near the sea. Perhaps that is what you are paying for. But trust me, once it’s enough. You can get better food elsewhere with that kinda price tag.

One of the better seasonal flavours. This melon soft serve is creamy and refreshing sitted atop a crispy waffle cone to munch on 》1-for-1 on McDonald's app until 4 Oct 2020 (U.P. $2)