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Though the location is slightly out of the way, the menu is worth it! 20% student discount for gelato every weekday 2pm to 7pm makes it slightly lighter on the wallet.

For the price paid, it is a filling amount for 1 and for quality sweet treats!
Earl grey milkshake 💯👌
Dark chocolate & honey comb waffle
Honey chrysanthemum with caco nibs and earl grey waffle
All are amazing desserts, will definitely return when I can!

Find this quaint dessert cafe at The Venue Shoppes just a short stroll from Potong Pasir. Share the Caramelized Banana Waffle ($12.80) with vanilla ice cream and caramel sauce. Also good is the Churros Waffles ($11.80) served with their signature handcrafted ice cream rolls and dark chocolate sauce.
Photo by Burppler Jenn Lim Jh

The ice cream here is really thick and leaves an aftertaste of gelatin on your palate. Not my favourite but still good attempt for a new ice cream palour. Waffles were crispy and decent.

The fruits were fresh however the sauce may not be everyone’s liking. We did not pour the sauce on top of our rolls and waffle.

It was our first time here and we were happy to see this plate of Banana Waffle were so big and when we had our first try, it just WOW us. You really have to try it yourself!

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Couldn’t resist dropping by LZZ for its delicious Wu Xiang when we were in the vicinity earlier!

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Although we arrived near closing hours, the staffs were very welcoming. The food was nice and portion was decent!

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(Top) Beef stew ($19.90)
(Bottom) Seafood ala King ($19.90)

Came to try after a friend recommended. The noodles were springy and wantons/dumplings were flavourful. That said I felt the dish was just average and could have been better with more gravy. For 4.50 a bowl, it likely fair for what what you get, though there are better options elsewhere.

Michelin worthy fish steamboat

For the taste and portions , this had got to be the best fish steamboat in Singapore .

Was recently at Another fish steamboat place at Whampoa and felt it was a complete rip off - though the soup was good.

I love the generous slices of fresh fish ,fluffy yam , spinach and cabbage that is used here .

Soup is refillable and this on its own makes a hearty meal for two .

You find generous use of “ ti-Po “ a dried flat fish which helps in giving the soup that flavour of the sea and the use of preserved plums to satisfy that Teochew tastebuds is mine .

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This place deserves a Michelin .

My default dish to order everytime to spice things up a little bit .

A secret for those of you who want to go easy on your pockets - instead of the sambal toufu prawn - you could order the sambal toufu at a fraction of the prices .

Soft egg toufu in an addictive sambal egg sauce with a lot of umami goodness . The heat level is minimal so if you can’t take spicy food , this is still worth a try :)

Must must must order !

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3 of us dropped by the shop on a random Saturday afternoon. the noodles were good and the tendons were yummy

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This tastes just as good as it looks!! 😍😍 Highlight of the dish has got to be the thiccc juicy strip of pork with such a succulent layer of fat - really so so good omg. Along with 2 substantial stacks of tonkatsu pork, this dish was actually really filling for 2 pax! (Good for 2-3 pax imo!) Came with 4 different sauces - house made brown sauce, chili sauce and scallion sauce, with tartar sauce too for the tonkatsu pork! Fantastic service with attentive servers who patiently explained components of the dish and restaurant was homely - perfect for families! Sides of vegetable and potato wedges were pretty average, but the meat was definitely the star of the show. Esp with eatigo’s 50%, definitely do give this a try 👍🏻👍🏻

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