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The service staff are really friendly and attentive. The waitress took the time to explain the different types of soup bases. She even advised us against ordering too much food and she was right because we ate till we were really food and it was lucky we listened to her. Food wise I must admit that the place is pricy but it's a good quality soup which I will be willing to pay for because you do not get such good quality ingredients in a hotpot soup base in other cheaper places. What you get is quality good for health nutritious flavourful soups and the beef cuts and belly cuts were pretty tender. I order the fish maw premium soup and spicy soup base, snowflake beef, pork belly and naibai. Do note that the spicy soup packs quick a spicy punch. They are not kidding.

Rated ⭐️⭐️⭐️ by @foodkingnoc, @xiangxiang.sg is a hidden food gem at @bedokpoint, offering a range of Taiwanese delights such as the one featured, Crispy Chicken Strip Mee Sua and Pork Cutlet Rice.

👉Braised Minced Pork Rice - SGD7.80

Being allowed to choose your desired ratio of fat to lean meat, I decided to go for their 1:1 golden ratio as recommended by the cashier. Although there was nothing fanciful or exciting about this bowl of lu rou fan, every component was still pretty well-executed, except for their braised egg. Believe me, this will be a great comfort food for takeaways during this crucial period🙏.

P.S. Their homemade chilli definitely packs a punch.
Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

The standard of the food has deteriorated till it has become average to below average. There is nothing specially tasty about the food here. On top of that it's quite over priced. I ordered a bowl of plain porridge, some cabbage and 4 pcs of five spice roll and paid $5.80.

I ordered the waffles with a topping of smoked trout and scrambled eggs. It may look small but it quite filling. The waffles are soft not the crispy type but pairs well with the delicious generous fillings. I do wish they have more gluten free options that are non rice because some people who are gluten intolerant also need to avoid rice. People who are not gluten intolerant will find the food pricy because they won't be used to paying such amount to eat. But if u need are gluten intolerant and need a safe haven, this place is a god sent. I only wish its nearer my home so that I can indulge more often.

If the unchartered west is where you're aiming to bring your date, pop by this cosy resto for amazing Italian nosh. Must-orders include the Traditional Stuffed Roman Schiacciata (from $10) – think creamy, aromatic truffle mushrooms embedded in a fluffy, chewy and slightly crusty flat bread. Trust the Burpple community's gut and go with the divinely crispy and crackly Porchetta (from $9), before finishing off with the delightful Pistachio Tiramisu ($14).
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Boasting 23 craft brews on tap (!) that change every two weeks or so, this bar serves fantastic beers from all over the world like Mikkeller and To Øl. Taking over the old Chinese Druggists Association, this space is outfitted with simple marble tables and wood chairs, lending an elegant old-world charm that puts you at ease. Sit at the high tables outside should you want an even more casual vibe. The staff are both knowledgeable and friendly, answering your every query about each alien-sounding beer, and allowing you a taste before you order. From light, fruity ales to knockout dark porters, there's something here for everyone. These beers are so tasty, and pack a good punch (especially those over 7%!), making it really value for money. Give their unique bites like Lotus Root Chips a go.
Pro tip: order half pints ($7-11), they stay cold longer and allow you to try twice as many brews ;)

Strangely, God made fish reproductive fluids extremely tasty, or I suspect I might be fish-sexual. Shirako (cod milt) even tops Ikura for me as I crave its return yearly.
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This 𝗦𝗵𝗶𝗿𝗮𝗸𝗼 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗔𝗻𝗸𝗶𝗺𝗼 𝗶𝗻 𝗽𝗼𝗻𝘇𝘂 𝘀𝗮𝘂𝗰𝗲 ($19.80) more than alleviated my craving with an overload of blissful silky creaminess, coloured by piquant notes of ponzu. Whereas the Ankimo was decadently rich, flavourful and, whilst not quite melt-in-mouth, swished about my mouth with a luxurious buttery texture.
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And where better to get this delicacy than at my favourite izakaya, with fresh sashimi at reasonable prices.
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📍 2 Craig Rd, Singapore 089662
⏱️ (Mon-Fri) 12pm-2.30pm; (Mon-Sat) 6pm-11pm; closed on Sundays

Just a five-minute walk from Tai Seng MRT is this spacious cafe in Khong Guan Building. This is Alchemist's second outlet, the first being a tiny takeaway joint in International Plaza, and the third in Design Orchard. Have a Flat White ($5) that's best paired with a flaky Butter Cinnamon Danish ($5) for an ultimate afternoon treat. Otherwise, opt for a foolproof Pour Over (from $5).
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