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It came with 75% Tanzania dark chocolate brownie which was rich, dark, chocolatey and a well balanced mocha.

I know they’re famous for their herbal roasted duck but trust me on this, their Marmite Chicken is something I highly recommend getting. It’s crunchy, succulent and coated in a sticky-sweet molasses-like glaze that provides both a savory and umami kick.

Most people come for the tonkatsu but trust me, once you’ve tried their Ebi Fry Ramen, you’ll be instantly converted. The soup base is heady, flavorful and chocked full of umami—almost reminiscent to Hae Mee but accented with Sakura prawns instead of conventional river prawns. The Ebi Fry is truly a work of art. Tender, crispy and just everything the average tempura wishes it could be.

No matter how tempting their tonkatsu is, give that a miss for a changeand opt for this instead. You’ll thank me later.

Founder and Head Chef Tan-San’s expertise and masterful skill shows in the way he presents his signature Tonkatsu made with premium pork loin. The fat-to-meat ratio is what makes it for me. Incredibly moist yet tender and juicy in all the right places. The way the crispy batter hugs onto the meat is impressive as well.

The set comes with refillable diced cabbage and Niigata rice. Everything at Hajime is made in-house from their tonjiru soup, their pickled cabbage to even their cabbage which they painstakingly dice themselves daily. If that isn’t testament to how much care and passion they dedicate to their craft, I don’t know what is.

Pictured above is the Mango Cheesecake Bingsoo, which we absolutely loved. The ice was soft and fluffy. The fruit mango, cheesecake, and vanilla ice cream all went very well together. Price is quite steep, but I guess you pay for good food. Went here on a Tuesday night and it was quite packed.
Overall would come back again, and recommend for all bingsoo lovers out there! :)

The umami of the bonito flakes and sauce went really well with the slightly fried tofu. This was really appetising and I definitely thoroughly enjoyed it.

The pork ribs were tender and soft even though I asked for lesser fats. Soup was peppery and light but some might find the kick too strong. This is probably one of the best bak kut teh around.

Open only for dinner from 6pm until sold out. this porridge stall serves a few choice of porridge with some snacks such as the fried chicken wing.

Sampan porridge is a unique name that originated with some interesting history. In the past, fisherman usually cook their porridge and topped it with fish, fried peanuts and squid. Much like a seafood porridge. $3.50 (add $0.5 for egg)