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Spam Bam (S$11+)
paprika egg mayo, scallions, crisp spam, jalapenos, baby spinach
In Garlic Chye Poh bread
The spam was overwhelmingly salty. Overwhelmingly drowning other components of the sammie. Only could manage to finish half of it after drowning the cup of plain water and latte.

Hojicha Latte (S$4.50+)

Caffe Pralet
Address ๐Ÿ›– : 17 Eng Hoon Street # 01-04 Singapore ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฌ 169 767
Website ๐Ÿ•ธ๏ธ : www.caffepralet.com.sg
Open ๐Ÿ•ฐ๏ธ : 9am - 6pm

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Found them online while searching for desserts and choosing to dine in was a good decision. We were waited on by Dwayne from the start and may I say, his service was one of the best that we have experienced. The restaurant had a chill, classy ambience with a seasonal menu.

We ordered 3 dishes, the Super Prime Ribeye, Pyrenees Lamb and the Specials: Spanish Octopus. Each dish was masterfully prepared and seasoned nicely. The dishes were also served plate by plate and cleared immediately.

The desserts were introduced before the mains arrived as shown in the image so that we may select the ones that caught our eye. Because we were mainly here for the desserts, we selected all except for the strudel although it would have been better if there was a menu. Perhaps due to the seasonal nature of the ingredients, it might be a good idea to have a simple soft copy menu so that we may have a reference with the ingredients used.

Apple Garlette deserve a special mention. We are not usually fans of apple desserts but their attention to detail blew us away. The puff pastry was baked to perfection and the thinly sliced apples exploded with flavour. It lacks the sourness, typically associated with apple desserts. And the sugar content and flavours were not overpowering allowing us to taste each individual flavour.

Since we had multiple desserts, we noticed that the sweetness of each dessert was consistent. We were able to enjoy each dessert without the worry of any being too sweet. Thanks to Dwayneโ€™s excellent service and sharp observations that elevated the entire experience. This was no easy feat considering that we were not the only table he was serving at the time.

Looking forward to hearing from them again!

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I indulge in kaki fry once in a long time. They're toxic and expensive haha. The ones here were very briny, despite deep frying. But okay lah I still quite enjoyed.

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No wonder it's a popular chain. Very good katsu for a kopitiam stall.

Known for its Shark Meat Fritters that deep-fried till perfection, goes so well with their thick and robust gravy.

Location: Lor Mee 178, Tiong Bahru Market, 30 Seng Poh Rd, #02-23, Singapore 168898

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Back to ๅฟ ไบŽๅŽŸๅ‘ณ for their Premium Wanton Noodle ไธ่งๅคฉๅ‰็ƒง.

Location: Zhong Yu Yuan Wei Wanton Mee (ๅฟ ไบŽๅŽŸๅ‘ณ้›ฒๅž้บต), 30 Seng Poh Rd, #02-30, Singapore 168898
hawkerculture #supportourhawkers

Went back with a slightly reduced appetite as compared to my other visits and just opted for a single patty burger and shoestring fries

Sadly, the hype I had for all my previous visits (always double patty) was not met by the single ๐Ÿฅฒ though the sauce is a good saving grace, the overall burger is a bit flat (literally and not). I find the shoestring fries more enjoyable too as compared to the sweet potato one (personal bias on potato fries lol)

Not sure if this was a one-off thing for their single burgers, but I will only return for doubles (no fail so far) ๐Ÿ˜‚


213 Henderson Road 01-10 Henderson Industrial Park, 159553

#2280burger #burpplesg

Ok I barely taste melon inside the bread ๐Ÿค”. The outer bread garnished with chocolate chip as the filling is empty.

A good charred charsiew and crispy shao rou is perfect comfort food for me and I'm always on the lookout for convenient and affordable recommendations.

I accidentally chanced upon this while staying nearby. This outlet at Havelock Road is part of a chain that largely flies under the radar but its quality is known to the people living nearby -- the queue stretches quite a bit during lunchtime!

The charsiew here is gloriously fatty and charred, while the shao rou somehow managed to remain thick and crispy even after being drenched in sauce. The most shocking thing was their rich and opaque soup, which trumps anything I've ever had from a cssr or wanton mee store before. Don't miss out on it!

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Quality wise, the chicken was quite juicy and the skin was slightly crispy. The soup was also ok only.

Despite that I'd only come here with the 1 for 1 deal because it's quite expensive for coffeeshop food.


A traditional Greek salad filled with juicy fresh chunks of tomatoes, cucumber, green peppers, onions & olives with a slab of feta cheese - this is a great refreshing starter to share across the table.

It is as simple as it sounds, and with a dash of Bakalaki's evoo, the entire salad is tied together.

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