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With outlets located in One Fullerton, Great World and SingPost Centre, offers an extensive menu of over 100 items, a great selection of drinks from sake and shochu to wines and whiskies with prime labels and value-for-money lunch sets starting from $16.90. All three outlets also come with private dining rooms for more exclusivity.

My family and I tried a few types of Joo Chiat Kim Choo dumplings over the weekend.

Generally, we felt that the rice is well seasoned and had absorbed the flavours of the fillings. This is important, as I personally don't like dumplings with bland rice.

The Emperor's Rice Dumpling is an extravagant option, with premium ingredients like dried scallop and pork. Sure to impress your MIL !

The Hakka Preserved Vegetables Dumpling has generous amount of the vegetables, which are not salty and thus allow you to actually taste the vegetables.

The Pulut Hitam dumpling wows aesthetically, and adds a crunch to the traditional Nonya version.

Picture on the menu showed a Ferris wheel but we got a violin instead. 😂 Perhaps they thought we were classy. Totally gimmicky but we just got this for the laughs. The lights on it kind of went off after an hour or so - I think it went out of battery.

The soju shots appeared to be full but we realised that the lychee in the shot glass took up half of the space inside it. It was still a nice sweet touch to it though. We enjoyed drinking from our colourful violin, alternating the salty lokloks with the sweet soju and lychees.

Finding the shop was a bit shady as a whiff of cigarette smoke overwhelmed me when I entered the mall, followed by some pretty girls in short dresses and high heels walking past me. The loklok shop itself was fine though - the dining area is in a dimly lit bar, with high chairs and all.

There’re two screens in the bar where they play and screen karaoke songs. You can ask for the mic if you’re brave (or drunk) enough to sing in front of all the customers. At some point I think some of the staff were singing some Chinese songs.

Was overall a fun experience enjoying our loklok with some soju, singing along to some pop songs - yeah we didn’t take the mic - but sang, ate and drink to our heart’s (and stomach’s) content!

Thai Milk Tea with a twist
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Thai tea-flavoured crepe cake and whipped ganache
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A stack of Soufflé pancakes served with Thai milk tea pudding, chewy tapioca pearls, coconut ice-cream and sweet Thai Milk Tea cream
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We indulged ourselves with these little snacks on sticks, deep fried with seasoning. Very sinful, but the seasoning and the crunch make it so addictive. There’s a fair range of loklok to choose from, and the platter comes with some simple Asian style sauces.

Finding the shop was a bit shady as a whiff of cigarette smoke overwhelmed me when I entered the mall, followed by some pretty girls in short dresses and high heels walking past me. The loklok shop itself was fine though - the dining area is in a dimly lit bar, with high chairs and all.

There’re two screens in the bar where they play and screen karaoke songs. You can ask for the mic if you’re brave (or drunk) enough to sing in front of all the customers. At some point I think some of the staff were singing some Chinese songs.

Was overall a fun experience enjoying our loklok with some soju, singing along to some pop songs - yeah we didn’t take the mic - but sang, ate and drink to our heart’s (and stomach’s) content!

Creamy milky ice cream with Oreo bits and marshmallows inside. Very kid-friendly - a sweet childhood dream come true! Been here multiple times and their ice cream never disappoint. I would say that it isn’t mind blowing but it’s good ice cream. Sweet Cheeks is definitely a go-to gelato place for my friends and I.

The seating area is quite spacious, with multiple tables and stools for slightly larger groups. We visited on a weekday night so finding seats wasn’t too big of an issue for us.

Another love letter… I was at Jurong Point Kopitiam for dinner on 6th Dec at 7.15pm. Menus on the screen and menus on the table are different! This caused the cashier to mix orders up very easily. Luckily I checked on the counter.

However, even thought I checked, I ordered Pork yet was served Beef? I am a holy Buddhist and do not take Beef at all… really disappointed. Beware!!!