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They do a rendition of this in every of their other cafe since Atlas, and it has never been altered or taken out of any menu; that says a lot in itself I believe. It’s hard not to like this simple yet satisfying bowl of Miso-Nori Salmon Soba, with its perfect onsen egg, tender poached salmon, tasty miso-nori butter, and pickle-like warm shimeji mushrooms. A very reliable lunch pick when I feel super uninspired.

Was a lil skeptical about the 𝙎𝙢𝙤𝙠𝙚𝙙 𝙀𝙜𝙜𝙨 𝙬𝙞𝙩𝙝 𝙒𝙖𝙜𝙮𝙪 𝙖𝙣𝙙 𝙐𝙣𝙞 (~$13 for 2), but damn this was a must order 🤤
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Smoky eggs were wrapped with a thin beef slice which lent this starter a meaty flavour. Topped with creamy rich Uni that contrasted against the tougher texture of the beef and the runny egg, I don’t mind popping a couple more of these 🤪

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Stopped by after many friends told me I had to compare this to my fav eggtart at Taicheong, and here’s my verdict: I’m still gna be loyal to taicheong 🤪
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Clearly, this isn’t the most fair comparison: both are good. Tong Heng’s Eggtart (~$1.90) has a more flaky light crust which is perfect for a snack 🤤 while Taicheong’s leans towards crumbly. .
Custard wise, Tong Heng’s was more solid and less wobbly, and could do being served warmer. 🍳 But BOY. This eggtart was GOOD.

Ig @goodfomood

It’s been a long time (almost 3 years I think!) since I’ve been here, but this place never disappoints! Every dish is well thought out and their quality is very consistent as well. Their signature dish, the Chilean seabass, remains my favourite and is as good as the previous time I ordered it. Tried some new items from the menu this time and they were great! The service is wonderful too. Venue remains as one of the restaurants we will return to in a heartbeat.

Very worthwhile bento set as there's a lot of components haha. Everything was good! The chicken is perfectly seasoned and coated with the teriyaki sauce, warm fluffy rice as well as smooth melts-in-your-mouth chawanmushi! Was very impressed with the chawanmushi as they included salmon roe and edamame. Thumbs up!

Not sure how healthy these are in reality but they are tasty. At 1-4-1 they are good but wouldn’t personally pay full price.

The restaurant is located in a revamped shophouse with a communal setting and open kitchen. I thought the cooking was very assured and confident. I loved the wasabi sorbet in the starter, it provided a playful kick yet wasn’t too overpowering. Sauces were punchy and full-bodied; the duck, cod and scallop dishes were all complemented beautifully. Wife and I also enjoyed the bread course which came with butter in 4 colours - natural, beetroot, charcoal and spinach! 9/10, there is passion and heart evident in every dish! #foodie #foodsg #foodiesg #foodgasm #foodporn #sgfood #sgfoodies #sgfoodporn #instafood #instafood_sg #burpple #hungrygowhere #delicious #delish #whati8today

Just like our local dish, but with basil chicken and crunchy long beans! Mix in the flowy sous vide egg for a creamier experience - enjoyed this as it was spicy and mildly sweet.

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I heard mixed reviews about this dish and hesitated to order this. But with the option to upgrade to truffle fries with an addition of $5, I decided it was a good way to let me try their famed and loved fries without having to order the whole serving of it ($16).

The truffle fries were so fragrant and crispy. Some restaurants' truffle fries smell like truffle and taste nothing like it. But there's no such thing here at PS cafe. The dish was accompanied by an aioli sauce which has a lemongrass fragrance to it, making it so addictive!!

Now for the burger itself, the main star is the patty. There was no heavy tasting sauce or garnish to carry the dish. The meatyness of the patty and freshness of the beef were more than sufficient to make this burger one of my favourites at this price point.

The pops have a crispy exterior that holds a creamy ball of duck meat. The tartness of the tomato sauce cuts through the creamy goodness and adds an extra dimension to the dish.

Do not let the price tag deter you! This is easily my most favourite chocolate cake in Singapore.

The cake is moist and dense like no other. How can cake hold so much chocolate in it??? The icing was sweet but not overly so. The thick and luscious chocolate sauce gave the cake an extra richness. The vanilla ice cream doesn't taste too special but you can tell its quality vanilla ice cream because it has the black vanilla bits in them!! The ice cream is just a genius move as it goes really well to prevent jelatness from the chocolatey goodness!!

I shared this with my partner but I can definitely finish this on my own because its so so good. I can imagine this being the ultimate comfort food for any mood and situation.