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When meaty cravings hit, satisfy them at this steakhouse in Orchard Gateway. If you can't decide between steak or ribs, the Baby Back Ribs and Sirloin ($43.90) gives you the best of both worlds.
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I come to ronin every so often (as the title indicates) and it’s kinda a hit and miss with the scrambled eggs. I used to think the scrambled eggs were like the best in Singapore because it was runny like the Gordon ramsay style (if you know you know). But these days, it’s only like that half the time. Mushroom, bread and drinks are still good tho.

When we came across the word lava, we thought it was lava cake. Ends up it was lava cookie! When the waitress place the ice cream on the cookie, we can see the chocolate overflowing. We tried earl grey and milk cereal ice cream👍

We ordered:
- Sesame oil chicken (chicken was boneless and tender)
- Eggplant
- Sambal kang kong (for someone who dont eat spicy, this is manageable)
- Frog leg herbal soup (soup was very sweet but it tasted a bit bitter if you drink it after having the sesame oil chicken)
Everything was so good and affordable! The bill was only $32. The only expensive thing was the drink which was $2 per cup.

No need for any fancy sourdough or $20.80 red wine longan bread. Just give me some freshly baked old school buns from this humble bakery at Serangoon Garden Market for about $1.10 each.

Serangoon Garden Bakery & Confectionery (01-45) is a crowd favourite and it opens from 7.30am till about 1pm each day or till it sells out. The buns are so soft and fluffy and the filling is generous. Some of the flavours available include red bean, yam, curry, ham and cheese, sausage, coconut and luncheon meat. They also sell cream puffs and banana cakes but it was sold out when I visited the stall.

Managed to grab my hand on a few of their buns and it seems like every item is popular. I was very impressed and it certainly lived up to its hype. Simplicity at its finest.

Second time coming here, had the beef don instead of the katsu sandwich this time and as always, not disappointed! Feeling guilty only eat meat and rice, so add a bit veggies la hor

Idk about others but imho better ice cream than the ice cream place with jiaos in the name.

Had Ayam buah keluak for the first time and buah keluak is indeed an acquired taste. It’s like coffee/chocolate/olives and went well with rice, but overpowering on its own. The Assam fish was powerful (spicy, sour, sweet) but once again, damn good with rice. Kueh pie tee was a bit oily but otherwise tasty. Slightly pricey, lots of tourist, would bring overseas friends here