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Was introduced to my first Vegetarian Biryani ($9.50), and was so pleasantly surprised! The Biryani included a variety of side dishes and the best was the eggplant one, that was so flavourful and aromatic. The rice was very fluffy as well, good enough to eat on its own. Best of all, it came with 2 papadum 😍😍

Quite unique steak presentation & flavours in a plate. The medium rare steak was quite tender with a bed of fresh avochimmichurri, accompanied by charred asparagus and potato salad. Suitable for a light meal dinner. Paired it with a glass of red wine and you’re set for the night.

Checked out the new Main Street Commissary at Rowell Road — a new cafe which serves up specialty coffee and simple sandwiches, pastries and cakes to go alongside.

The space is decked out pretty simply but with style — minimalist with the use of white walls, concrete flooring and wooden furniture and wooden accents for its wall panelling; especially like how they have a small “porch” area that seems to work as a standing bar as well; a pretty warm and welcoming sight as one approaches the cafe before opening the door. While the pastries and cakes are pretty typical, the Flat White was pretty well-pulled — a smooth, creamy cuppa with a medium body with a fruity flavour profile and a clean finish.

Given how the cafe is in the proximity of other establishments such as Sum Dim Sum, Swee Choon Dim Sum Restaurant and Jalan Berseh Food Centre, Main Street Commissary is a great spot for a leisurely cuppa after a meal at the various other establishments around it, all in a serene space that one could just immerse themselves in with a book, or just simply work from.

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I had to support Chef Pang - I loved Antoinette. Unfortunately only half of this meal was good. The best Hakka ytf get both the ytf and the dry noodles right. Here the two bowls were opposites. All credit to the noodles, tossed in lard, garlic oil and pork sauce - as good as they come. But the ytf and the soup were just plain uninspiring.

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Aka spinach curry. Quite straightforward but we order this often everywhere.

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Our first time trying this as it looks so interesting. The yogurt made it quite savoury but the grated coconut-like ball was like a dessert. It's a strong and acquired taste.

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Different from most. It's thinner, more buttery and used lousier meat.

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Hand in Hand has been around since 2004, bringing authentic northern Chinese cuisine to Singapore. Everything is hand-made and fresh, and prices are very reasonable too!

Pictured is the braised tofu ($8++) with a nice fragrance of peppercorn spices and just slightly spicy. Do note that this dish might be very bland for some, as they don’t really put salt in this (or maybe just this time?). But I still enjoyed it because it brought out the clean tofu taste more as a result.

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Hand in Hand has been around since 2004, bringing authentic northern Chinese cuisine to Singapore. Everything is hand-made and fresh, and prices are very reasonable too!

Pictured is the scallion pancake 葱油饼 ($5++), fragrance of the scallions were there, and it was not overly stuffed with scallions like some found elsewhere. I like that it wasn’t too oily so we could finish it without feeling stuffed.

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Hand in Hand has been around since 2004, bringing authentic northern Chinese cuisine to Singapore. Everything is hand-made and fresh, and prices are very reasonable too!

Pictured is the XLB ($5++/5pcs) which was filled with soup! It was tasty though I hoped the skin was a bit finer.

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Hand in Hand has been around since 2004, bringing authentic northern Chinese cuisine to Singapore. Everything is hand-made and fresh, and prices are very reasonable too!

Pictured is the deliciously juicy and crispy fried dumplings with shrimp and leek ($7.80++/8pcs). Really like this dish because of the thin golden crunch at the base. It resembles how some Japanese gyoza are presented but theirs is a ‘netted’ structure which makes it much airier, crunchier and not as filling! Highly recommend this dish 😋

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Both my boyfriend and I were very unimpressed by this...Yes it’s good (or honestly just alright) but nothing to shout about and definitely not worth that price tag. Even with burpple it’s a pass
Nice vibes and service though (and pizza still gd)