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Love this plate of kway Teow! It’s not too oily, and yet there’s this aromatics of wok-hey smell in each bite. Comes with fresh prawns and ingredients too. One of my favourite from paparich

$4.50 141

dirty matcha latte $4.50
toffee nut latte $4.50

dirty matcha latte was not bad, my tongue became green after drinking 😝
toffee nut latte was too sweet imo

Sweeten your day with assorted cheesecakes to share with friends and family from home! Other than their classic Over The Moon ($5.90) New York cheesecake, other noteworthy flavours include the tiramisu-based Sicilian Wild Cats ($6.90), Milo Dinosaur ($6.90) and the molten Basque burnt Charred Eclipse ($5.90). Spoilt for choice? Have a go at their Fickle Feline ($20.90) — an assortment of 10 classic flavours — instead!
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Restaurant quality tonkatsu in a kopitiam at reasonably affordable prices? Yes, you can at @maruhachi2020 which is available at 3 locations islandwide.

Maruhachi's owner-chef was apparently the executive chef of Ginza Bairin which has since closed down. Their signature pork katsu teishoku set costs $11.80 and there is a premium black pig version that costs $14.80.

Yes, that is quite a bit more expensive than your regular kopitiam Japanese stall but you will understand why once you sink your teeth into their tonkatsu.

The black pig katsu has a good meat to fat ratio and is tender. The fresh panko coating was extra crisp. I would have preferred that they used a thicker cut to give the katsu a little more bite and juicier but that's me nitpicking. To ensure that the bottom of the katsu do not get soggy, they actually place the katsu on a metal rack --- something you only see in a tonkatsu restaurant.

For a hawker stall, I will definitely give this an A. It is comparable to your Tonkichis, Sabotens and Hajimes if you temper your expectations, considering the price you pay.

don’t really know what signature cheese sauce they claimed to douse this in…it just tasted like nacho cheese to me

i dislike white chocolate but i don’t know just something about this combo with almonds just 👌🏼

The special has the addition of a runny egg and more meat (I think?) vs the standard pork katsu don.

Runny egg makes it silkier and saucier and tasted better compared to the standard. Pork katsu was well fried; although there were some fatty bits that were hard to chew, overall it was tasty katsu. There was enough ingredients and sauce to go with the rice so I finished everything. Good enough for a re-purchase.

A large plate of baimifen 😍 Love that they are so generous with the ingredients and the seafood is fresh.

Discounts available for both dine in (with minimum spend) and takeaway because of the dining restrictions!