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The baby lamb rack was a surprise - perfectly cooked and the flavors packed a punch! We will definitely be back for the lamb.

Unfortunately, the octopus leg was over cooked and could do with more seasoning. The mashed potatoes served at the base was super thick and starchy (we’ve never tasted mashed potatoes like this). There was also a sweet taste to it which made us unsure if this was even mashed potatoes.

I love places that pan-fries kuehs. Quite ordinary though. Please ignore the rice, I just conveniently placed the kueh on top.

Laksa Hokkien mee
Claypot curry chicken
Power Nasi goreng
With battered fish fingers and ngoh Hiang
With green tea latte and kopi latte

Total: $29.30

Food was good, very good Asian delicacies with a cafe twist. Love the fish fingers with the wasabi mayo.
Highly recommend for casual cafe vibes and at a good price.

this wanton noodle gets on you. the more you eat it, the more addictive it gets. and their chilli is A MUST TRY 💣 p.s. non-spicy eaters might convert.

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The baby lamb rack was cooked to perfection! It was soft and juicy, and the mint sauce balanced it out nicely.

The honey glazed pork ribs were also tender and well seasoned. We both enjoyed our meal very much, with Bella being very attentive to our needs.

It was really a good deal on Burpple, to get it at half price.
Will 101% recommend!

Châteraisé sets themselves apart from its competitors by constantly delivering unique collections with seasonal fruits from Japan. They have concocted fruit cakes with persimmons, pears, grapes, plum, and even cantaloupe — always keeping their items fresh and interesting. If you enjoy fruit cakes or love fruit infused desserts in general, the options Châteraisé have are myriad, and the fact that it is always changing can keep you excited! This time, the specialty fruit brought in is the Sumo Citrus Orange, which is also known as such because of the very amusing topknot-like bump on every orange. Sumo oranges are bigger than your average orange, and trust me, they are way juicier. I know that it is the Lunar New Year season when we have more than enough mandarin oranges to consume, but you really don’t want to miss out on how juicy an orange can get. From now until the 28 February, you can get your hands on a Sumo Citrus Orange dessert at any Châteraisé outlet. Not only do they have sliced cakes, they have whole cakes, cheesecakes, crepe cakes, tarts, and even parfaits — all with this glorious orange fruit. If you’re looking for a dessert to end your Lunar New Year meal with your family, nothing is more apt than the choices in this Sumo Citrus collection.

Laid my hands on a slice of this seasonal fruit cake at the Châteraisé Toa Payoh branch, where they have seats outside (yes you don’t always have to takeaway!). The Japanese Sumo Citrus Fruits Sand slice was an absolute delight to have. The sponge cake was soft and fluffy, and the fresh cream was light and not too overpowering. The spread in between the sponge layers had bits of peach, pear, and strawberry, which gave a slight sweetness to the overall taste of the cake. The delicate sweetness was complemented with the juicy, citrus sumo orange chunks, which gave a nice tanginess to the cake.

In addition, Châteraisé has a wide range of presentable hampers and gift options for this visiting season. I always struggle finding appropriate gifts during this season, primarily because I know the many boxes of pineapple tarts, kueh bangkits, and CNY goodies some families have already. So if you are looking for easy, beautiful, and unique gift alternatives, you can consider Châteraisé’s rice cracker assortment box, which comes individually packaged for convenience as well. They also have fruit jelly assortments, sandwich cookie boxes, and even wine!

Thank you Châteraisé for the invite and very informative sharing!


Was craving for some sashimi, and the Kaisendon ($16) in Teppei Syokudo did satisfy my crave abit. Though the sashimi cubes weren't super fresh, but the portion of sashimi was quite substantial. I really appreciated the wasabi as well, as it didn't taste like the usual one that comes from a tube. However, I was quite disappointed by the chicken karaage addition, as it was tough 😢