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The dish is visually apoealing. The rosti was very crispy. You wont feel jelat with the hollandaise sauce and the portion just nice. For those who likes their egg yolks runny, they would be disappointed. I feel this is much better than the rosti at Marche and at lower price point.

The go-to choice for insta-worthy pies of every variety, this cafe has opened their second outlet in Jurong! From their popular Pecan ($7) pie, boozy Rum Apple ($7.50) pie to their tangy and fruity Lemon Strawberry ($7), which had Burppler goodformood x raving that it was "one of my favs!! 😛😛Lemon was sour and meringue was sweet and imma suckER FOR lemon meringue!! Felt like they did it pretty well considering how all the textures were smooth".
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Located along Lorong Mambong, this restaurant serving up authentic and fresh sushi, sashimi and japanese cuisine is just a few minutes away from the Holland Village MRT. Bring your group of mentaiko-loving friends and order up the Aburi Mentai Set ($22), Supreme Unagi Roll ($17), Uni Foie Gras Roll ($26) and Mini Aburi Salmon Foie Gras Chirashi Don ($30) over a round of sake.

What I like about Kanada-Ya is both their Tonkotsu Mix Ramen and Kotteri Tonkotsu Ramen with the latter being the original recipe of the brand which catapulted them to popularity. On the other hand, the Tonkotsu Mix is a mix of their thick tonkotsu broth with the chicken paitan broth, making it a best of both worlds. Every mouthful of that broth is followed by a creamy coating that lingers on your tastebuds for a bit while you continue to slurp down the raman noodles. The belly chaushu is nothing to shout about it is lacking the deep umami flavour from the marinate while the onsen egg is the essential part of the whole ramen experience.
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Possibly an ode to the video game Red Dead Redemption and looked like heaven when I first opened the bagel. But sadly it didn’t live up to my expectations. The brisket and sausage were both a little tough and towards the end it got pretty salty. The slaw was pickly and crunchy, a very welcomed flavour to cut through the heavy flavour and heat of the brisket and sausage.

I was shocked by the size of this iced latte 😂 Love the aesthetics but not so much the portion.

The cafe was also clearly not meant for people to be working/studying in, they’ve taped all the wall plug outlets so people don’t stay long. Also it’s pretty crowded even during weekday afternoons, expect to queue for a while.

Spicy and slightly tangy, just the way I like it. The pork belly was admittedly not as juicy/tender as I wanted it to be but I can’t complain, 3 tacos for $8?? The pork pastor tacos ($7.50 and not pictured) were good too. Even better the next day after all the flavours have sat overnight.

Appreciate how affordable this is compared to other Mexican restaurants. A great place to satisfy my Mexican food cravings without breaking the bank. Too bad its located in a very very small shop lot so dine in is pretty challenging, and it’s a little far!

Tender beef tongue served in tacos. This one didn’t have much flavour compared to its counterparts like the pork belly and pastor. Probably wouldn’t get it again.