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Unfortunately I am not a fan of capsicums which was one of the main toppings on the pizza but even so, the raisins (which were more sour than usual) when coupled with the cheese and thin crust of the pizza were a delight!

Loved both dishes! Buns in burger were very fluffy and complemented the thick patty well & I especially enjoyed the King Oyster Mushroom which were grilled and marinated in a unique sauce till perfection (didn’t know that good mushroom can taste so good)

Arancini Risotto Balls stuffed with capsicum, carrots, tomato, parmesan delicately balanced on grilled eggplant served with mesclun and tomato basil sauce.

The veggie is well blended, and the apple is so juicy. With the grains, it just taste yummy. A nice salad intake!

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Moussaka (28sgd)

Baked layers of eggplant, potato, tomato and lentils infused with middle eastern spices, topped with bechamel sauce. Interesting tasty dish.

Superemo Pizza (28sgd)
Mozzarella, artichoke hearts, cherry tomatoes, roasted capsicum, olives, sun-dried tomato, Spanish onion and basil. Thinned crust pizza with all the ingredients as stated. Worth a T try.

I seldom would pose such a “ pretty” composition of food photo -

But just to show my displeasure this time maybe .

I asked for the egg to be replaced with vegetables ( just like what I did at my previous order ) and was told this time by a new stall attendant that - “ only 2 vegetable types and just a small sample portion “ .

When the onsen egg costs 1.20 on the alarcarte menu , I don’t see how “ more expensive “ were the vegetables than the egg . In fact , the vegetables should be cheaper - sorry they are not using organic vegetables here like what some other shops do .

So the stall owners were debating amongst themselves while I stood there watching .

Just give me my noodles , will you ?

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Vegetarian food so good, had to come over twice in three days. Two juicy cheeseburgers, with caramelized onions, lettuce and tomato with a side of truffle fries for 21 dollars with the Beyond 1 for 1. Added the kale salad which was a nice mix of kale, roast pumpkin and, quinoa and lentils to complete the meal. Happy Sunday post-workout treat!

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These sinful Mediterranean-fusion dishes are so tasty you may not realise they are meat-free. Highly recommended by Burppler Jasmine Lim is the decadent Masala Eggplant ($29) stuffed with chickpeas, capsicum, ricotta and spices, baked with mozeralla cheese and served with a generous dollop of yoghurt sauce. Pasta lovers, get drunk on the intoxicating Absolut ($28) that features creamy penne pasta flamed with Absolut vodka. Alternatively, go for the Magic Mushroom ($20) — baked portobello mushroom with ricotta cheese and spinach topped with cheese and zesty tomato basil sauce.
Photo by Burppler Rachel 🐰

Eggplant was stuffed with chickpeas, capsicum, ricotta and spices. It was baked together with mozeralla cheese on the top and served it with yoghurt sauce. It also comes with a side salad. Not spicy at all and the dish is full of the masala flavour!