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The next time you're in Tai Seng, swing by this store to pick up a few bottles of wine. Choose from their Errazuriz collection β€” there's Cabernet Sauvignon 375ml ($18), Chardonnay 375 ml ($18), Merlot 375 ml ($18) and Sauvignon Blanc ($18). Also available is a Cabernet Sauvignon from Chateau St Jean 750ml ($49).


Generous portion and taste quite authentic! One of the better jjm around, although slightly salty. Had the kimbap too which was simple yet super tasty! The fake meat in the kimbap tasted like real luncheon meat and there was cheese too! Also ordered the truffle cheese fries! Lots of cheese and sauce givenπŸ‘ŒπŸ»

Pretty bowl! Acai base was not too icy and had quite a rich banana taste, and tasted good! The crunch from the nuts and seeds were a good complement to the acai base! Strawberry was a little sour though. Overall, good with burpple deal! Anyway, they only allow one redemption of burpple per visit, even though 4 of us were there?

Delectable plate of Buta Katsu & Ebi Tempura on Japanese curry rice.
Savoury texture every bite.
The fried egg really top it off.
Add a chilled drink to complete it.

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a cozy vegetarian joint serving authentic korean food 😊 army stew was well-executed, with just the right amount of spice. came with a substantial serving of mushrooms, mock meat & noodles, which made for a hearty meal. pretty good comfort food! and at a pretty affordable price :”)

7/10 🌟

Back here again for the duck confit. love the taste and the texture of the duck. The duck was well marinated and it was crispy on the outside but really tender. The mashed potatoes were also really good and goes well with the duck. Will definitely be back again.

Had the craft beer by Singaporean brewery Pink Blossoms too. It was really good, with a floral and lychee taste.

The higher the expectation, the higher the disappointment. Well, it was a decent soy chicken rice with herbal sauce but meat was served cold which was quite a shock to us. Rice was too mushy for my liking. At least the sauce was okay!!

Had the chance to try their charsiew, which is almost nth like our typical local charsiew but those Japanese ramen kinds.

This cost $11.50 and I had a base of soba noodles, a protein of smoked salmon and topped with edamame, onsen egg, carrot, cherry tomato and wakame seaweed. I also had a creamy dressing of honey mustard. It's served in the cutest heart shaped salad bowl.

It tastes really clean and delicious. The soba noodles are served warm which is really interesting. The smoked salmon is really good. The edamame is well-seasoned and crunchy. I just am not sure about the onsen egg which is really watery.

Their ordering system means you can either conveniently order online or through a computer they have in-store. It is a really cosy, homely restaurant and in the center of it all is the lovely owner, who served me and all other customers with such incredible enthusiasm and cheerfulness.


Fantastic place for drinks & bites! $13 Minty Pina (pineapple, lime, lemonade, mint, ginger beer), $13 Virgin Since β€˜92 (mango, lime, ginger ale), $19 Harry’s 1992 (vodka, blue curacao, orange bitters, passionfruit, lime), $18 Amigo Nachos with guacamole & chilli beef dip, $19 Soy-Glazed Beef Cubes. Love the crispy yet warm nachos & super delicious tender beef πŸ˜‹

We ordered Western food this time round. Harry's western food is definitely much better than their Asian food, I have written off their Asian food few months back. WB even raved about the burger and fries.
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Just read past reviews and seems like the price of the japchae and egg went up. Ordered japchae ($11.90 nett) with egg (add on $1.30). Very vegetable taste, order only if you like an extremely healthy taste lol.

Ordered the yachae pancake ($9.90 nett) for sharing. Disappointed at how paper thin it was though it was crispy. It could have a bit more thickness while retaining the crispiness. Taste was lacking too, given how thin it was.

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