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The Classic (S$16+)
Impossible beef patty, cheese & special sauce
Love the buttery fluffy bun.

The Nuggets (S$6++)
Quite exp for 5 pieces.

Happened to see the food burger at the entrance of the Tzu Chi Humanistic Youth Centre today.

The Goodburger
Note ๐Ÿ“ : Got 8% GST. Takeaway has additional S$0.50+ charge for paper bag. Should have requested no takeaway to save on the bag, plus the items were not box up.

With fantastic quality food and huge selections of craft beers, this is one place you can consider for a good time with friends and loved ones. We tried a variety of dishes, and here are my favourites:

The Fish Tacos with Mango Salsa ($15) came huge, with a large piece of fillet which was fried to perfection, and a huge load of salsa ingredients. The salsa really complemented the fried fillet well, making this dish actually refreshing.

The Har Cheong Gai ($13) is a must get! Extremely crispy batter with strong umami, the meat within was very tender and juicy as well. Pair them with their spicy sambal and you know this is perfect with their beer!

Their Squid Ink Fried Rice ($15) was also very good. With a significant amount of wok hei, the seafood flavours and tender squid really made this addictive. Totally can finish on my own!

Definitely coming back!

I finally managed to try their waffles out after reading some review about it. They got a variety of waffles flavour from savoury to sweet tbh to sell it from the menu. Their signatures include savoury waffles such as ham & cheese, chicken cutlet and also oreo cream cheese waffles ($3.50). Their waffles got crispy and crunchy texture when serving in hot but once turned to cold got soggy and wet texture as I noticed. Their cream cheese really taste not bad and got strong milky and creamy taste tbh even serving in hot and cold. But their oreo didn't really sticked well with cream cheese tbh and sprinkled a lot of oreo for topping.

The Salmon Salad ($15) is features raw salmon cubes and onion tossed a tangy and spicy sauce - this is refreshing and tasty.

The Crab Meat Fried Rice ($9.80) comes with a crab omelette that is very soft and fragrant. There is a generous amount of crab meat and the fried rice is packed with wok hei. Definitely impressed with this!

Mochi Croissant Egg Tarts

Swirl Rolls
Address ๐Ÿ›– : 1550 Bedok North Ave 4, JTC Bedok Food City # 05-03 Singapore ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฌ 489950
Website ๐Ÿ•ธ๏ธ : https://swishrolls.sg/

We started off the meal with a glass of sangria red and sangria cava. We found the former quite light and not too dry (the way we like it) and had a lovely sweetness from the fruits. The sangria cava was a spanish sparkling wine which was bright and refreshing. We would definitely recommend getting a jug (or two!) to share at the table.

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Starting off with a classic, this was as good as we remembered it! The large prawns were sweet and juicy, with the garlic and olive oil offering a nice aroma. You should definitely soak up the oil with the bread and prawns for a satisfying bite.


This tapas featured two luxurious pieces of roasted beef bone marrow. The marrow was so creamy and sinful - its rich umami flavours were really out of this world, especially when paired with the warm sourdough!


Weโ€™re still thinking about this dish till this day, weโ€™ve never had octopus done as well as MLSPโ€™s before! The grilled octopus was so tender and not rubbery at all, basically cooked to perfection. The potato puree deserves special mention for its skillful infusion of saffron. Coloured yellow by this delicate and luxurious spice, the puree was smooth and buttery, and had a beautiful fragrance, we couldnโ€™t stop eating it.


This special cut of acorn-fed iberico pork was exquisite. As a breed that can be served medium-rare, the meat had a soft and velvety texture and was not over-seasoned, respecting and showcasing the original taste of iberico pork. This was paired with fried shaved potato and piquillo peppers which added a nice heat.


Now this was a rolls-royce dish, consisting of squid-ink rice cooked with prawns and baby squid topped with dollops of alioli. The rice was flavourful and delicious, and yes, had the unmistakable aroma from the seafood broth. This was an interesting twist from the usual Paella de La Casa!

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