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Donq’s ham & egg bread ($3) and tea scone ($2.60)

Their egg mayo is so yummy 😋

Authentic Indonesian food at affordable prices (about 40+ for 4 dishes + 3 rice) and the chilli was super tasty!

However, food was already cold by the time we ordered at 6pm as they stop cooking new batches of dishes for selection.

Order 3 cakes - Odeh odeh, putu piring and chocolate ovamaltine and they gave us durian flavor for free. Each piece ranged from 9.50 to 10.50

If you like the taste of gula melaka, you will love their cakes. The sponge cakes are lightweight to contrast the sweetness of the gula Melaka.

If you are coming here to celebrate a birthday, let the staff know in advance so they can turn off the lights, get some candles and sing a birthday song for you/your guest!

Rather than me in a bikini, I would have this “Bikini” in me anyday 😂
But seriously, when so slender a sandwich proves to be a sheer force of flavour, how can you not be awestruck? It’s not math but madness that the three ingredients of Iberico ham, cheese and truffle can amalgamate into something of this magnificence.
Having just one piece can be considered masochistic because it whets the appetite for more but yet common sense commands you not fill your belly with more, lest the other temptations on the menu are missed.
Sigh... such a dilemma.

Rather than me in a bikini, I would have this “Bikini” in me anyday 😂
But seriously, when so slender a sandwich proves to be a sheer force of flavour, how can you not be awestruck? It’s not math but madness that the three ingredients of Iberico ham, cheese and truffle can amalgamate into something of this magnificence.
Having just one piece can be considered masochistic because it whets the appetite for more but yet common sense commands you not fill your belly with more, lest the other temptations on the menu are missed.
Sigh... such a dilemma.

Super compact menu of wallet-friendly comfort fare priced from $7 for scrambled eggs and toast. Opted for the pesto-infused "green" scrambled eggs but we didn't really get much pesto punch. Would recommend sticking with the normal one.

The eggs ben was not too bad. I liked the lemony Hollandaise sauce, though it would have been better if the poached eggs' yolks were still oozy.

The bolognese pasta tastes exactly as you would expect. I would have preferred a touch more salt, but good value at $9.

SEAFOOD AGLIO OLIO ($15.90): my highlight of the day!!!! that garlic punch it gave added so many layers to the dish. i enjoyed the crispy garlic slices so so much. definitely a btr aglio olio compared to others!!!
BERRIES PANCAKE (can’t rmb): This i rmb, was super light, super fluffy, not very sweet. feels a lot like the castella cake!!! love it
EGGS BENEDICT ($14.90): served with crispy hash (tasted a lot like chips in fries form). first eggs benedict cus m not an egg person but i enjoyed it
INDIAN CHURROS ($4.90): fried prata in the shape of churros with cinnamon sugar. tasted like normal churros but u get the after taste of the prata. kinda cool but i would prefer the soft centre of the regular churros

First time going for the pizza here - from the odd shape its apparent that they make their own pizza dough here. Pizza crust was crispy, and overall taste was well-balanced - the mushrooms weren't overpowering!