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The hummus ($15.90) here is so amazing. It is so rich and creamy, I just cannot believe it is made of chickpea. It's got that drizzle of olive oil and a sprinkle of almonds to change up the texture and give it a slightly nutty, earthy flavor.

A must-order is a side of pita bread ($3.90) to go with the hummus. Yes it's carbs on carbs on oil, but that's exactly what makes it taste so glorious. The pita bread is thick, chewy but not doughy. It is slightly warm with just a drizzle of oil, the perfect contrasting vessel for a generous teaspoonful of hummus. I also tried the hummus with cucumber ($4.90), which gave it a really refreshing twist.

2nd time here and not my last for sure!! This is the place to go if you're feeling rly hungry because portions are big and the meats are the bomb! We got the striploin steak (which comes with 2 sides and the fries are so crisp!) And cubano sandwich. The cubano sandwich rly surprised me - it was one big hearty cheesy sandwich and we LOVED it. Get the Oreo milk shake too, you won't regret!

Btw, it gets crowded so do make a reservation in advance

These are from the lunch courses and each of them is delectable and satisfying in its own way 👌🏼

Impress your date at this hip, unfussy joint on Club Street that's great for inventive cooking and natural wines (they carry small quantities of ~200 types). Start with their House-baked Sourdough ($6) and house-cured Charcuterie ($16). Then, have the Cedar Jelly and Foie Gras Toast ($16) for a melt-in-your-mouth moment you won't forget. The menu changes frequently, but the Beef Tongue Sammy ($26) and the Endive ($21) — a salad that is perfectly complemented by Kyoho grape and tete de moine cheese — are mainstays you must not miss. If available, end your meal with the Birch Syrup Tart.
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Almost the local version of warabi mochi 😂
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The wagyu beef looked so good on the menu that I knew I just had to try it. Looking at the marbling of those beef slices, I knew I was in for a treat. Being a seasoned foodie, I was more than right when the beef tasted more like a soft piece of sashimi that literally melts in your mouth. The soup base however was a tad salty.

That’s the name of the stall at the Food Centre in East Coast Park, where we settled for this plate of “yuan yang” carrot cake. Best of both world!