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Yum. One of China's greatest contributions. So big yet so cheap.

Their tempura is very good. Crispy, not oily and the prawns are really fresh. A la carte tempura is not available 1-1 tho.,

There is limited choice of 1-1 deal here. Prices are reasonable tho so u pay choose to pay full price for dishes that u love instead.

Will probably not return. Barely any pieces of meat and it appears that the food is microwaved.

What you see in this photo is priced at $14++ on their menu. This place is nice and cozy, and the food comes hot. Waitress should have clarified orders because she got one of our orders wrong (Chashu don became Katsu don), and when we informed her about it after it came, she said nothing. I mentioned it again when paying and all she said was that she heard us say Katsu don. Not a single word of apology of sorts. Upon opening (we were there at 11.12am), we were informed that because they had just opened, there was no cold soba available either as the sauce just got put into the fridge. Generally disappointing but thank goodness for 1-for-1.

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Found it quite decent especially with the use of burpple 1 for 1. Portion is relatively good too!

T.G.B acai bowl , oat milk watery bland matcha

Acai bowls were on point and very creamy with lots of toppings

$12 for this three meat platter is pretty pricey and I probably wouldn’t order it again. This is because I wasn’t a huge fan of the roasted pork, and would rather just the duck and black char siew in my food.
The roasted pork was soft and not crisp, and not that tasty.
The black char siew was really delicious! It had a slight charcoal taste that was not too overpowering, adding a good flavour of char to the meat. It was flavourful and meaty, and I usually like my char siew meaty rather than fatty.
The duck was good as well too. Requested for the meaty part because I don’t like bones in my food😂 at the side they serve a bowl of gravy that goes well with white rice and the duck.
Would come back for the char siew and duck but I must admit that it is indeed pricey for a plate and a place like this.

Deep-fried brinjal meatballs, tomato egg, braised pork belly. Hidden in this ulu kopitiam is this ulu PRC stall. Food's ugly as fk but shiok like few. It's my first time meeting those giant meatballs. They combine brinjal with meat, kinda like ytf, then batter it. Follow that up with more vice: thick cuts of fatty pork. Memorable meal.

Taste great and value for money. The Asahi draft beer is one of the cheapest in Singapore at only $10 per pint.