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The chunks of kueh have a really QQ texture. Pan-frying them gives them a pleasant smoky aroma and an addictive crisp on the skin.

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Soft fluffy roll with soft fluffy cream! Cream tasted exactly like its name - its bitter fragrance complemented the sweetness of the sponge. Cute aesthetics too, both the cake and the cafe, perfect for pictures.

Not too bad a roll - though the price point is slightly high.

The place boosts a cozy interior but with limited seating - only two tables with a pair of chairs each. We visited on a Sunday afternoon and managed to get seats.

Donut was fluffy yet firm, not greasy. The pulut hitam cream inside was light, both in texture and taste - the coconut and black glutinous rice surprisingly didn’t overpower the whole donut, allowing you to actually appreciate the fragrant pastry. Makes for a light, sweet snack.

The place has limited seating - only three small round tables and a wall bench.

Handmade Fettucine, lovingly doused with creamy truffle sauce, then adorned with plump scallops and sizeable prawns! Makes me happy just talking about it 😊😊
As @whatjeanneats would say: THE SEA HAS ITS GIFTS TOO.

Chase away the midday zzz's with a hot coffee or tea from this kopi hut in INNOVIS. At just $1.30 for a cup of Kopi O, bring along your colleague for a cuppa or two during tea time, and enjoy their classic Kaya Butter Toasted Bread with their Coffee Toast Set ($4.20).

Tucked away in a coffeeshop amongst shophouses, head to this casual eatery for comforting ban mian with generous ingredients! Go for the Original Ban Mian Soup ($3.50) and Original Ban Mian Dry ($4), and don’t forget to order Bakkwa Spring Roll and Popcorn Chicken (both at $2 each), for an afternoon snack. Burppler Alex Chua liked that the "ban mian comes in plenty of ingredients, such as wanton, minced meat, vegetables, ikan bills and egg, which were rather nice to have on their own and the soup was flavourful to have, devoid of the saltiness."
Photo by Burppler Alex Chua

Super affordable and yummy rice bowls that are just the right portion for a full tummy :’)

Specialising in signature Bakkwa dishes and local delights, find this casual eatery in tucked away in Senoko South Road serving up Bakkwa Spring Roll ($12.90), Bakkwa Chiffon Cake ($15) and Bakkwa Bao, which was "soft, the Bakkwa filling is flavourful. Beats many char siu bao out there..", according to Burppler Alex Loh. Order up their Original Ban Mian ($4) and Curry Chicken Set ($5) for a satisfying and filling lunch option!
Photo by Burppler Alex Loh