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This place offers unique Russian cuisine in the heart of the CBD that isn’t often found in many other places! I ordered a buddy meal set and really enjoyed the unique food!

3⭐ Came here for lunch since there's $10 off for minimum $20 spending. The porridge is quite diluted and we are shocked upon seeing the porridge in a small bowl. The wanton is huge and good. The prawn ball is also not bad but the rest are just average.
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Unassuming, hole-in-the-wall minimalistic sandwich stall within Far East Square. I’ve heard so much about their grilled sandwiches and am finally landing my hands on one! Korea’s current menu is rather limited in terms of protein options in unpreserved forms (ie. fresh meat!) They’re pretty much meatless or comes served with spam/ turkey ham. For the rather steep price point, I would expect more freshness in the grills. It’s unfortunate that duck is no longer on the menu! I dropped by for a visit on a Friday - just for the Tuna Melt which was available only on Fridays (Chicken - “Roasted Chook" is available on Thursdays at the time of writing).

The order took 10mins to be prepared and served - piping hot! I love how melty they look on the insides, and plus points to the sunny side up! I like how it wasn’t fully cooked - as pictured, it was slightly runny on the insides. It’s the perfect gooeyness to add to the gooey mess. The tuna salad (essentially tuna mixed with mayo and other seasoning), was also served with green chillies, a new flavour mix that I wasn’t aware could taste so good. All goodness sandwiched between whole-wheat sourdough grilled to golden brown, it’s simply amazing! I had one of the most gratifying lunches in the CBD to-date. The impressive tuna sandwich is now making me reconsider their spam-filled options… how could I dismiss them off just because they’re loaded with sodium!

Fried to a crisp, with soft insides, served alongside chocolate dip (instead of Gula Melaka, the only other flavour available) at the crew’s recommendation. I liked it! My sister, however, found the churros to be too ’thiccc’ to her liking. She did not enjoy the ‘doughy’ insides of the churros. We both certainly liked how the churros were peppered with sugar and cinnamon powder!

Better than Mcdonald’s for sure! Thiccc, creamy and well balanced. It wasn’t as sweet as the ones I’ve had at Five Guys’ but rather similar in terms of flavour profile! I liked how the milkshake didn’t taste too artificially flavoured. It’s a huge load of calories, better be worth the calories!

My new favourite burger chain! Fatburger has a pretty extensive selection of burgers on their menu. My only gripe would be the rather inconvenient location for most of their outlets. I tried the single original beef burger, served along with sweet potato fries. There wasn’t an option on the doneness of the patty - I guess it’s a standard that they’re all prepared well-done. I like how the patty was juicy and well seasoned - sufficiently thick for the oomph. The buns were fluffy and complemented the burg well. Veggies were standard and fresh - no special sauces, just mayo!

The mudslide (apparently one of the signature items on the desserts menu). However, on the day of visit, they’d ran out of vanilla and chocolate ice cream. The only options were strawberry and salted caramel. We went for the salted caramel with fudge. Not sure if it was the flavour combination, but I thought it was rather unimpressive and nothing much to shout about. I tasted the fudge on its own, expecting it to be “wow” given it’s indicated as a signature dessert, I suppose it would still “wow” somewhat despite the missing vanilla ice cream. It turned out to taste rather similar to Mcdonald’s hot fudge. Was a tad disappointed!

Nothing short of fresh, succulent and juicy! Lobster tail was executed in a simple fashion - broiled with drawn butter and therefore well seasoned. Simplicity in its best!