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This is the closest to HK style congee I'll get here in SG. The meatballs are fresh and Q. No MSG or chicken powder went into this porridge.

Yummy matcha ice cream. Bitter on the outside, sweet on the inside.
Price:$5

One of their signatures. I popped this too quickly and it's a blur. But I remember it being good.

I had been wanting to try this. Among fishball mee, it's tough to be better than this. Mee kia didn't cloy, was generous and terrifically seasoned. Soup, fishballs, fishcake, dumpling, meatball - everything was good.

This item from Jian Bo (5 for $2.50) has been a staple for many years - love how the steamed cake is soft but not mushy as well as the savoury cai poh mixed with shallots and hei bi. Plus points for the fragrant chilli and use of less oil!

They offer an interesting variety of sushi options that’s not found in other places like Sushi Express and Genki Sushi. This might appeal to those who prefer something unique or different. However, I guess I have boring taste buds and was not majorly attracted to any of their sushi offering. Nevertheless, the 4 plates of sushi I’ve tried were fresh and generous (beef, salmon, broiled salmon with basil cheese, and scallop). I really liked their hojicha pudding (from hattendo cafe). Their matcha parfait was not bad.

I was also surprised to note that hot green tea was lumped together with other soft drinks and packaged as a $3.50++ free flow drink option. Will probably give this a miss and just go for their free self-service water in the future.

It’s no secret that this renowned Bali bakery has entered our Singapore scene and nestled itself within a very unassuming spot along Havelock Road.
They have a relatively aged starter resulting in more sour tasting breads, although, they do compliment really well with their open-faced toast/sandwich combinations (think Meaty Mushrooms, 3-Cheese, Avocado Bawang).
Favourite Posh Toast was this sweet variation with their housemade Mascarpone, Walnuts, Bee Pollen and Black Sea Salt. I’ve always preferred more spreads, so I wished there was a thicker schmear of Mascarpone that I could sweep up with that beauty of a crust though.
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They have a relatively aged starter resulting in more sour tasting breads, although, they do compliment really well with their open-faced toast/sandwich combinations (think Meaty Mushrooms, 3-Cheese, Avocado Bawang).
Favourite Posh Toast was this sweet variation with their housemade Mascarpone, Walnuts, Bee Pollen and Black Sea Salt. I’ve always preferred more spreads, so I wished there was a thicker schmear of Mascarpone that I could sweep up with that beauty of a crust though.
#FTrecommends

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Fav

- Rice Cake, $1.20
- AKK Peanut (red), $1.10

Meh

- AKK Yam (purple), $1.10