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Score points on first dates with stellar views at this hidden gem rooftop bar-cum-diner. Take in the cityscape while feasting on the generously portioned, juicy Grilled Sirloin Steak ($29), which comes with a side of crispy truffle fries. Expect friendly service and good vibes all around!
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Satisfying lunch (especially with entertainer!!)

A collaboration with burnt ends, this beef marmalade burger ($20) was amazing!! The beef patty and marmalade were incredibly savoury and the pickles added a bit of sourness to cut through the meat. Unfortunately, it was only available for a short period of time... Do try if it's ever back again!

Shooketh!!!! A near perfect replica of a minced meat patty, only a little salty. Pricey too but you gotta pay em scientists.

I really liked this starter! The mantou was good and I loved the crust. The sauce is good and the eggplants were well marinated and tasty! I will re order this the next time I’m there again.

Love their name! This was probably one of the best dishes that night. We ordered two servings of this! You really gotta look for the chicken pieces tho, there weren’t many but really juicy and crispy at the same time. It’s a must order for me.

This was pretty good but as one of their signature items it didn’t impress me a lot. It felt like I was eating wanton mee but we all enjoyed it quite a bit. I might reorder the next time I’m here.

Their rendition of the chengdu mala. Loklok style dipped in chilli oil and served with glass noodles. The oil coats the noodles well but way too oily for our liking. The skewers were good tho. If it can be a little less oily would be good but I understand if they are trying to stay true to real chengdu mala then yea it’s quite an accurate depiction.

The beef brisket here never fails to deliver everytime - it’s soft and melts in your mouth, and the smoked beef is so rich and flavourful. We had the Main & Drink 1 for 1 with Burpple Beyond, and the drink included was 1 pint of the beer on tap, which turned out really good and malty. For dessert, we had the honeycomb & ice cream ($5) and we were very impressed by the homemade honeycomb which had a strong burnt caramel taste.

Croque Monsieur ($25) + top up for truffle fries (+$5)

They made up for the high price point with a generous portion. The cheese and gruyere sauce were overflowing, but they did not overwhelmed the savoury taste of ham that were hidden beneath it

The bread was soft and soggy though due to the sauce,

And not to be missed out were the grilled tomatoes that were so juicy and a joy to pop in the mouth

Sadly, the truffle fries were lacking the truffle during the day

Consider topping up your fries (if your choice of mains include that) to truffle fries instead of ordering a plate of it ($15?) to share. The portion of thefries is generous enough to share among 2-3 pax

[1 for 1 with Burpple Beyond]
Hands down the best wanton mee I've eaten. Really enjoy the slightly thicker than usual noodles that gave a great bite, the flame torched char siew was just glistening and just melts in the mouth. The skin on the pork belly was super crispy.
The free flow soup that was provided was astonishingly mind blowing, certainly was not expecting it to be that flavourful. Not forgetting that they have a good fiery chilli sauce that really compliments their noodles well
With just an additional $7++ you could get a runny yolk egg, 3 extra wontons and a beer. With such great value and flawless execution on every single ingredient, this place is definitely one that will not be forgotten.
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Visited during lunch and we had to wait about 15 min for a table for 3. Dumplings were so-so but the noodles were great! My friends and I had different noodle flavors and they were all good! Would return for the noodles. However, a little disappointed that there’s no a la carte option for lunch - only set lunch.