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Dairy-free waffles ($11.80): 5/10
I might be exceptionally particular about my waffles as I like them crisp yet fluffy on the inside. These waffles were too chewy for my liking and didn’t really pair as well with the ice cream 🤧

📍 @dolcpatisserie ✨
⭐️ matcha 🍵
💰 ~ $7.50 (cake), @burpple 1 for 1 coffee! ☕️
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Finally got to visit @dolcpatisserie to use my @burpple @burpplebeyondfans 1 for 1 hehe✨💕 their cakes are not included but too irresistible🥺❤️ got their matcha cream cheese cake coated with matcha white chocolate nut crust which is like matcha magnum✨💚 I love that it’s light with a good earthy finish not overly sweet or rich 😍 paired with 1 for 1 coffee✨ HUGE CUP and quite affordable also ($5.50 for mocha! ) ☺️ it’s really cosy and quiet for a weekend reading spot 📚💕 a place to return!

📍 @lematin.sg 🇫🇷 🥐
💰 ~ $30 (basic box) + $10 delivery 🚚
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Finally got my hands on @lematin.sg bakes☺️✨ got their basics GRAND MATIN set containing 5 pastries for perfect weekday Brekkie 🌞 :
Kouign Amann
Plain Butter Croissant
Pain Au Chocolate
Almond Croissant
Pistachio Escargot
I had high expectations due to the raves and premium price hehs and it did match my expectations👍⭐️ the croissant is by far one of my top favorites🥰 the rich buttery and crisp light flakiness of the croissant truly established the baker’s skills and attention to details✨ top-notch piece of pastry and master of basics 🥐 my favorite is definitely the pistachio escargot 💕 the floral nutty aroma and flavor is so exquisitely done😍 if only their bakery is more convieniently located😭 will definitely get one for breakfast every week at least!🤤

Was looking for some prata early in the morning and decided to try this place, at a corner shop opposite general hospital along Kampong Bahru Road.

A very small place with some seating but they already sell lots of Indian food in early morning.

Gotten myself the coin prata which is very crispy. The chicken curry was creamy and spicy. But the chicken was a bit dry.

Please give a round of applause to those Mediterranean red prawns for being so 👏🏻 dang 👏🏻 sweet 👏🏻. They were fresh and juicy with a nice slight crunch as you bit into them.

The rice itself was full of umami flavour from the addition of squid ink and bits of squid cooked into the rice. It reminded me of risotto, albeit with firmer grains and being slightly more watery.

The dish gets a bit cloying after awhile, so it’s definitely a great dish for sharing! Or perhaps just for yourself if you are greedy, because it’s so good.

Each component of this dish was done really well.

The octopus had a nice bite to it without being overly-rubbery, and it had a smokey and salty flavour reminiscent of bacon. In fact, it tasted so meaty that it was hard to believe this was actually seafood.

The pork was crispy, juicy, and everything a good fried pork belly should be. The meaty parts were tender and the fatty bits melted in my mouth.

The potato foam was smooth and had a cream-like texture. It was light and fluffy with a slight sweetness from the relish underneath, and complemented the heavily-seasoned octopus and pork.

(Picture shows a half portion as the staff split the dish for us to share.)

The lotus leaf rice with foie gras was an amazing fusion of western and Asian ingredients. Foie gras was rich and tender while the lotus leaf rice had a chewy yet soft texture. Would recommend this for those who want to try foie gras. Price is affordable as well.

Kok Sen is closed for 2 weeks from 1 March 2021 for renovations. So we braved the Friday dinner crowd for its Tze char fare. This claypot dish was one of their signatures, and we saw it on every table around us! They use fish/sotong paste to fill their vegetables (chilli, capsicum and brinjal) and stuff their tau pok. Being a more Hakka YTF kinda guy, it lacked the meaty bite of minced pork for me. The 汁sorta compensates as it definitely adds to the umami! Overall Kok Sen is the cheapest thing to eat along Keong Saik, but it‘s a little pricier for Tze Char.

Made the mistake of coming here on 元宵节. We queued a whopping 1.5hrs long as they didn’t take reservations! 😭 The food was good, but not great enough to repeat the long wait. This crispy roast chicken comes with pepper salt and homemade chilli 🌶 a real blast to the Chinese wedding dinners of yonder years. Skin’s crisp but not oily, meat’s tender but not too dry. Better than your usual chicken rice fare.

3.5⭐ Utilise the balance $100 credit for dinner by eating Mookata. We ordered the Set for 2 which is $48 nett. We have make a reservation for ala carte dinner but last minute decided to eat Mookata instead, the mookata tables are fully reserved but the restaurant manage to find one table for us. The portion are not a lot and we don't feel extremely full after eating.
#FourPointsEatery #Mookata

3.75⭐ Utilise the $100 dining credit which was included in the staycation package. The laksa has too few ingredients, only fishcake, taupok, 1/2 hard boiled egg and 1 boston lobster. Definitely wouldn't pay the full price $26 for such laksa. It's ironic that the nasi goreng is tasty and yet it was not chef recommendation, the laksa was. 🙄
#FourPointsEatery #SignatureBabyRockLobsterLaksa #NasiGorengIstimewa

3.5⭐ Utilise the $100 dining credit which was included in the staycation package. The laksa has too few ingredients, only fishcake, taupok, 1/2 hard boiled egg and 1 boston lobster. Definitely wouldn't pay the full price $26 for such laksa. It's ironic that the nasi goreng is tasty and yet it was not chef recommendation, the laksa was. 🙄
#FourPointsEatery #SignatureBabyRockLobsterLaksa #NasiGorengIstimewa