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They have this new item on the menu for their filter coffee. An Indonesian coffee originated from small town in Sumatra; with clean tasting notes of apricot, white grape and guava.

The natural-processed coffee has a balance acidity and a bit stronger on the body taste. So it is much bitter with very less sour. Very comfortably coffee and not too overwhelming.

I was recommended by my friend to try their banana bread, and it indeed didn’t disappoint me.

Rich taste of banana serving with warm espresso butter.

Long Q

$5 all in. Pork ribs sift and tender. Meat slip off bone. Dumpling good.

Noodles soak in sauce.

Chilli quite spicy

Finally I could tick this off from my list after so many years wanted to come here.

Still busy as usual on the weekend, many people would come here for their great coffee and of course some food here as well.

Gotten the iberico pork don but it wasn’t so impressive as I expected. The pork was chewy and seasoned well with ginger sauce. There’s also lots of short grain white rice; with onion, Japanese cucumber, pickled radish, sous vide egg and shredded nori. But it wasn’t extraordinary as you could find at other places.

Firepit's Signature Steak features a dry-age ribeye served medium rare with burrata-tomato salad and creamy avo salsa. The steak was tender and I liked how the burrata salad added a refreshing touch to the dish.

Amazing vibes over at @rawkitchenbar; cool, breezy outdoor space that’s pet-friendly too! The menu is compact but takes inspiration from a variety of Asian cuisines like Thai, Japanese, Balinese to name a few. Intrigued by their signature Raw Salmon Laab, their exciting take on Laab hit all the right notes; refreshing, herbaceous and just mildly spicy, though the toasted rice bits though were a little too crunchy for me. Looking forward to revisiting again on another cool day!

This pretty unassuming stall at Food Republic in Causeway Point serves one of the better dry beef noodles in Singapore! For $6.50, you get a bowl of 粗米粉 in the stall's homemade black gravy, coupled with generous servings of sliced beef. Do note that the stall tends to overcook their beef (aka medium - well done) and if you want the beef to be more tender, you need to tell them in advance! There will be more than enough gravy to go with your noodles, so you won't have to worry about it running out!

You will also enjoy a bowl of beef broth, which comes with four beef balls as well! Hence, we think this is pretty worth it for the price! The stall has a reputation for being the "descendant" of the Odeon beef noodles stall at North Bridge Road previously, hence, you can expect a pretty decent queue at the stall during mealtimes!

The soft tofu soup was pretty comforting, it was slightly spicy and had decent flavour, except that it's literally all just tofu in the soup, although some wouldn't mind this.