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Ondeh2 waffles are worth it. The pandan waffles were fluffy and topped with grated coconut and gula melaka drizzle. We also ordered the Milo waffles and Volcano dessert. They weren’t as good. The milo waffles were hard and really chewy.

The fish portion seems to have shrunk but nevertheless still fresh.

My favourite place for a reliable and affordable good fish steamboat .

You get chunky slices of yam , baby spinach, seaweed and cabbage in your steamboat .

The soup base is just so full of umami from the fried dried sole fish .

And I promise you wont feel thirsty after drinking the soup😊

Service is fast and prompt - dont expect friendly smiles though 🤣

For $5.40, you could choose a premium flavour and a sauce of your choice. I found the coconut cream to be way too sweet, but the sugar rush afterwards was euphoric.

Try their volcanoes and cakes! Enjoyable space and good for sharing in groups.

Pig stomach soup ($10):
Comes with radish and substantial amount of pig stomach. Add on rice for 80cents! Good for rainy days!

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$10. Also felt like the portion was a bit small given the price but gotta say it was definitely one of the better green curries I’ve eaten (taste wise). Appreciate that they put in the brinjal and a substantial amount of chicken and basil!

$9. The portion seemed a bit small given the price but I guess with Burpple Beyond it was quite worth! Was tasty. O!!! I forgot to take a pic of the basil pork we also got but the portion was hugeeee and hence really worth!!

Ordered this dry aged tonkatsu set ($18.90+) which the waitress recommended. The meat is tender, but chewy and had a strong meat taste that I didn’t enjoy. There were a couple of delicious fat-filled tips. The set came with soup (cream of corn?) and chocolate ice cream that was good too.

Would be happy to come again, but I think the cheaper lunch sets are more value-for-money.

It’s quite popular at lunch with large groups making reservations, and those who come later have to sit outside. Also a social enterprise (:

This was listed as “chicken katsu and mac and cheese” ($11.90+) under the lunch set, but we were told that it’d be fries instead. Not sure if it was just for yesterday, but the fries are crisp. Was a large portion that was value-for-money, and came with soup (cream of corn?) and dessert (chocolate ice cream)!

Had the white chocolate mocha , I think it was okay ~ but environment very clean, big and nice to chill&chat with friends :)

With hints of herbs and pepper, Zheng Yi Hainanese Beef Noodles' Mixed Beef Noodle Soup ($6), was much more clean-tasting when compared to the dry variant. Slurp-worthy to say the least, you can taste the unadulterated sweetness of the beef in my opinion. Warm and hearty, the steamy bowl was fully-loaded with beef slices, tendon, and tripe - all cooked perfectly. A solid noodle soup to have during rainy days, I would recommend a squeeze of the lime as well for a little sharpness.


Offering both dry and soup variations, Zheng Yi Hainanese Beef Noodles just screams comfort food to me. Starting from $6, it is certainly not the cheapest but one that I would recommend others to try especially if you are in the area. Tender beef slices and distinct flavours being the main draw for me.

Thus for those who prefer stronger profiles, the dark gravy used in their Dry Mixed Beef Noodle ($6) was savoury, thick and rich. The bowl also came with a layer of chopped peanuts, fried shallots and coriander atop which added a lovely crunch as well as fragrance. Furthermore, capturing the essence of the sauce in each slurp, the noodles were al dente and smooth. And a squeeze of lime for good measure as it provided a nice tang and cut a bit of that heaviness.