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Richer and Hawaiian is quite nice and the bun is big (enough for a quick lunch)! Hawaiian tastes exactly like a pizza if you are into that. Would not pay full price for it though.

This bakery runs round the clock with bread done from scratch to maintain its quality. The bread here is freshly made with no preservatives. Other than supplying bread to retail chains, they also have loaves, baguette and buns for sale.

We got their traditional white and brown bread that cost between $1.60 - $1.70 but we chose to top up and have them spread with margarine. kaya or peanut butter. The bread here is airy soft & fluffy and the combination of kaya and peanut butter is my favourite. Although it can get a little sweet, I still loaf it compared to some of those where their bread is dry and makes me not want to take any more bites.

White Bread 》$3.10 with spread
Brown Bread 》$3.20 with spread

This features a traditional Chinese Cantonese recipe with a modern twist.
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A quarter chicken is slow braised in superior soy sauce along with a secret blend of herbs and spices (I detect cloves and star anise), finished with a dash of rose wine.
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The result is an incredibly tasty soy sauce chicken, with juicy bouncy tender meaty texture, and robust sweet savoury salty herbal flavour. I wish we'd ordered the half chicken instead!.
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@$11 its pretty but it’s really just waffles and ice cream.

Love the spices and the cook on it. Overall experience at miska was a 6/10. Nothing much to scream about. Would be great if they served hot pitas at least.

We ordered the black tea and the strawberry drink (forgot the name). They were amazing! We were initially quite put off by other reviews, but were pleasantly surprised upon trying for ourselves.

The black tea drink tasted slightly like coffee. Definitely not overly sweet, so it's good if you don't have a sweet tooth but your gf wants dessert. Mix it well with the panna cotta before drinking so you get a nice slurpy drink!

The strawberry drink reminded us of cheesecake. It is nicer than the black tea drink.

Didn't know there was a hype over this store at first (Ok we aren't exactly Jay Chou fans) but the drinks are honestly decent tasting regardless of who owns this store.

Plus points for a nice photo wall though it was q crowded w aunties when we went.

At $18. Added scrambled $5 and smoked salmon $5. It looked so beautiful and tasted so refreshing. Price is kinda steep.

Heard that Salted & Hung recently transitioned to just doing tasting menus and had to check it out. Chef Drew is a genius when it comes to using all parts of his ingredients and it really shows in his new 7- and 10-course sets (from $148). Loved every part of the menu, but if I had to pick favourites, it'd be the Aged Turbot with turbot tea broth and turbot liver vin jaune sauce, as well as the Green Lip Abalone with savoy cabbage and charcuterie broth that he makes with the leftovers from his famous cured meats.