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Really good cafe with flavourful food that is consistent for my every visit. No other words for their pizza but excellent 👍🏼

We randomly ordered their salted egg fries and is da bomb and it becomes the highlight of our dinner! Thick cut fries coated with intense flavour of salted egg sauce and topped with sliced sausages.

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Dense thai milk tea cake with minimal frosting. Not really a cake fanatic and i can’t appreciate the density of this cake. Is too thick for me and the thai milk tea taste is too subtle.

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What’s to complain in dazzling cafe! Good ambience, good food and good company! Soft and crispy flower-shape waffles drcorated with soft cream and chocolate ice cream. Chocolatey afternoon for a good girlfriend date

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Thick slices of medium steak doused in lip-smacking signature secret sauce with a side of unlimited(!) fries and green walnut salad — it’s easy to see why this is on almost every table here!

What’s more, they’re on #BurppleBeyond, so you can get 1-for-1. ✌🏼

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Hard to go wrong with the classic combo of tasty patty (they use dry aged beef – yum!), smoked bacon, cheddar plus pickles, (garlic!) mayo and yellow mustard. I really enjoyed the house-made ketchup that we just couldn’t stop mopping up with the crispy fries.

p.s. They’re on #burpple beyond so that means you can get 1-for-1! ✌🏼

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Not in the mood for beef? This moist teriyaki chicken thigh burger with the works is a tasty alternative. A touch less teriyaki mayo would have been better.

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A slab of tuna prepared a la tataki on a bed of zippily dressed arugula salad and spicy salsa. Yum yum!

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Prawns in olive oil and garlic — this was my favourite when I first tried Sabio by the Sea eons ago. Easily the favourite dish during our meal.

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Tangy guac and goat cheese tartine, perfect if you’re in the mood for a breakfast toast!

If you love kale, then this one’s for you! So much goodness in one bowl with amaranth, puffed quinoa, carrots, blueberries, goji berries, pomelo, sunflower and pumpkin seeds tossed in a passion fruit dressing.

Served chilled, the big pieces of soft beancurd comes tastily dressed with ikura, century egg, salted egg and what tasted to me like “tao joo” (the fermented beancurd commonly eaten with porridge).
I do think this is a nice add-on for sharing as it balances out the rich meat dishes which are the signatures here.

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