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$9.3. I’m generally not an udon person but this was nice! Kinda wish there were more veggies but the taste was good la & q filling. Food came q fast also.

$9.3. I’m generally not an udon person but this was nice! Kinda wish there were more veggies but the taste was good la & q filling. Food came q fast also.

Bunker Burger ~$25
Maaan this was one good burger. My stomach is growling as I type this and think of the moment I had this burger a week back.

Meat was well seasoned and actually juicy (very rare! and that isn’t a pun). Doneness at medium-rare to medium. Sweet potato fries were yummy. The charcoal bread didn’t taste notably different though still fluffy and good. Nacho cheese sauce didn’t exactly go with this but went well with other finger food and their normal truffle fries. I really enjoyed this dish.

Crabmeat Pasta $24++ (1 for 1)
Pretty generous serving of crab meat. Would have been a good dish if the pasta wasn’t soggy.

Kurobuta Pork Chop $29++ (1 for 1)
Was okay. Not great but not too bad really. Seasoning was alright. On the drier side but not at the level where it’s tough to chew.

Onion Soup $9++
Don’t bother.

They have nice tapas here! Go for Tapas Tuesday!

Cheaper, more comfortable, better service, much tastier than swee choon!
New kid on the block, will be back!
Lovely name too - 心点心

I do mean tiny when I say so, if you notice it’s relative size compared to our palm lol. Which isn’t really a bad thing cause who wants to be binging this much on sugar after cny?! Price wise it’s really pocket friendly at $2-2.50 as well so these definitely work well for an afternoon tea break. Of the 3 items they offer now my fave was the banana bread. Super moist and fluffy, with the distinctly earthy aroma from the bananas, I’d say this is one of the better banana breads I’ve had if they’d lower the sugar content a little (though I’m sure those with a sweeter tooth would find this perfect). The brownie was the more cakey sort instead of the mega fudgy ones, so tbh it was more of a moist chocolate cake to me 🤔 As for the bite-sized financier you can’t see here, I’d also say it’s more an almond cake instead of a financier, cause I felt it lacked that super moist and buttery simplicity.

It’s pretty clear walking in, that they offer simply products of 2 complementing natures: coffee and little bakes. The coffee menu’s incredibly succinct, with the usual black and white/chocolate/hot and iced options, and bakes are (for now) homely banana bread and brownies. The espresso-based drinks we had here are definite crowd-pleasers, following the style of Aussie cafés with mild acidity and low levels of bitterness. I have to admit I’m not a big fan of that cause I like really nutty and bold brews, and what I tasted was definitely more acidic and less of that boldness; but this is completely a personal preference cause I know tons of people who love that sorta espresso profile. And technique wise they’ve definitely got that down pat so I gotta say I can see them getting a massive fan base! They’re running on a tipping basis for their soft launch which rounds off this 2 Feb, so head down soon before they get super crowded!

Spicy Ramen $10.90
Egg $2

Their ramen with thick and flavourful broth can never go wrong! It was so so good.

They have (Refillable) water dispenser for their customer.