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The interior ShuKuu managed to wonderfully capture the vibe of a dingy japanese bar in a seedy back alley after a long day of work. The jovial festive atmosphere, the old japanese commercials plastered around, the intentionally damaged walls with frayed ropes and chipped paint to give that worn and weathered look, it’s not hard to tell this place was put together by someone who fell in love with the izakaya aesthetic and culture there.

Char Siew Pork Jowl
Extremely tasty though the small portion size makes it a little less value for money than the other menu items

Potato Mentai Rosti
A rather unique fusion take on a classic potato dish, it departs from the traditional western cohesive potato pancake to a looser tudousi-like (chinese shredded potatoes) texture while boasting a smoky and complex flavor combination,

Agedashi
A classic dish done well, not much to say.

Stingray wing
Perhaps my favorite of the bar bites offered by ShuuKuu, each bite packed a smoky, umami-laden punch. While not substantial in the conventional sense, being thin strips of stingray wing, it is an excellent appetizer or drinking companion.

Honey Cinnamon was a very comforting flavour, I felt like I was eating a cinnamon bun in ice cream form! Though, I do wish that the cinnamon could be stronger, but that might just be the greedy cinnamon fan in me talking. 😋

The parmesan cheese & cream crackers definitely stole the show. The combination of salty and sweet was executed excellently in this savoury ice cream flavour!

Unfortunately, we found that the ice cream was slightly too soft and melted even when served to us. We had it immediately after getting it but found ourselves holding cups of melted ice cream just a few moments after.

Otherwise, flavours were really nice and the owner was very friendly and helpful in recommending us flavours. We visited on a weekday evening and there was no queue or waiting!

The Yuzu ice cream was super duper fruity - upon first bite, the yuzu really hits you like a strong gust of refreshing tropical air!

The Salted Caramel Cheesecake was pretty good too, I liked that the salted caramel wasn’t too overpowering, salty or sweet (this was really well balanced I think), allowing you to appreciate the elements of the ice cream equally.

Unfortunately, we found that the ice cream was slightly too soft and melted even when served to us. We had it immediately after getting it but found ourselves holding cups of melted ice cream just a few moments after.

Otherwise, flavours were really nice and the owner was very friendly and helpful in recommending us flavours. We visited on a weekday evening and there was no queue or waiting! Really worth it with the Burpple Beyond 1-for-1 deal, making this a steal!

A good cup of flat white! I liked that it wasn’t too sweet or milky, allowing you to appreciate the aroma of the coffee beans. This place uses beans from Proud Mary, a famous speciality coffee roaster in Melbourne and Oregon.

I really liked that they use packaging made from sustainable materials, while supporting young female artists and designers with their projects. Being both environmentally and socially involved is definitely a plus point to their business!

Loved the vibes of the shop - a barber inside and a takeaway coffee/food counter by the doorway. You might just walk right past it thinking it’s just a barber shop without realizing that it serves great coffee and food too! It’s hidden within Hounds of The Baskervilles Barber Shop and have limited seating available.

We visited on a Saturday late morning and it wasn’t too busy, probably waited about 10-15 minutes for our toastie to be served. Staff were friendly.

2 stringy barely existing prawns and a bland bowl of broth. $16.90. +$0.60 for takeaway (it’s P2HA, so no choice but to takeaway).

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A toastie packed with flavour - beef pastrami, dijonnaise, roasted bell peppers, Swiss cheese and mozzarella - sandwiched between crispy toasted bread. All toasties come with salted potato chips and a pickle on the side.

I quite enjoyed the toastie, being a fan of mustard, as the taste of Dijon mustard came out quite strong, but went really well with the salty meaty beef pastrami and cheese. Unfortunately the roasted bell peppers were quite overpowered by its accompanying strong tasting ingredients. The potato chips were slightly too salty for my liking.

Overall - pretty good toastie. Wish it was slightly bigger given the price, but still not a bad choice if you’re around the area and are looking for a decent toastie takeaway.

Loved the vibes of the shop - a barber inside and a takeaway coffee/food counter by the doorway. You might just walk right past it thinking it’s just a barber shop without realizing that it serves great coffee and food too! It’s hidden within Hounds of The Baskervilles Barber Shop and have limited seating available.

We visited on a Saturday late morning and it wasn’t too busy, probably waited about 10-15 minutes for our toastie to be served. Staff were friendly.

Look at these fabulously fantastic eclairs by none other than L'eclair Patisserie!

An all-time favourite place to get deliciously unique flavoured eclairs, I couldn't help but go big and ordered all the flavours on display - for the sake of shooting of course! My wallet is crying but my stomach is satisfied.

My go-to flavours are their Ispahan and Pistachio, closely followed by their Lemon and their Vanilla & Caramelised Pecans. Delish!

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When a shop sells only one item, you know that it’s good! These carefully crafted buns were delish - the crumbly golden crust was very crunchy, and the soft bread below was fluffy. Sandwiched in between was a slab of creamy, slightly salted butter which went wonderfully with the light sweetness of the bun. You can really tell that every detail of the bun was meticulously thought through and well executed.

A great bun, definitely, but I personally wouldn’t pay such a price for just a bolo bun. I’m happy I tried it once, but I don’t see myself coming back again and paying such a price for a bun. Perhaps I’m not such a huge fan of bolo buns after all. If you’re around the area, it’s alright to give it a try just to have an experience of what an atas bolo bun tastes like.

We visited at around 1pm on a Saturday afternoon and it was quite busy, but we only had to wait about 10-15min for our buns.