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$6.20 per pax after BB

since i took picture might as wells

Would come back its affordable and quite nice

A wonderful sharing platter to begin your meal. Stacked nicely with 3 tiers, it felt like the flavours got from light to heavy starting from the top. There’s kueh pie tee with some sweet shredded turnip and prawns stuffed in a crispy tart shell, and deep-fried ngoh hiang on the first tier. Pair with the refreshing, citrusy chili sauce.

Next, there were the satays paired with a slightly sweet peanut dipping sauce, and tasted rather ordinary. Probably the most memorable, were the nyonya fried chicken on the lowest tier. The crispy outer batter, was heavily spiced with turmeric. Biting off, the chicken meat within was well-marinated, flavorful and succulent. Served with keropok.

Cake was a tad too light as I couldn’t taste much of the houjicha. However what amazes me was that they used dark chocolate as the topping. It was definitely a good choice as it isn’t sweet.
The ambience was definitely a plus point to chill. It was well decorated and the traditional Japanese design. Will come back again! 7.0/10

Whisked matcha that was perfect for powder to water ratio. It was fragrant and smooth.
The ambience was definitely a plus point to chill. It was well decorated and the traditional Japanese design. Will come back again! 8.0/10

Mind blowing Hokkien mee!

As a self professed Hokkien mee connoisseur, and having eaten at countless Hokkien mee stalls, I am very particular on my Hokkien mee. This Hokkien mee is one of, if not the most well executed Hokkien mee in Singapore. The noodles were prefried well with adequate "wok hei" before being simmered in a very well made prawn broth. The right amount of starch was released from the noodles, and the entire dish had a very good balance. The ratio of yellow noodle to thick beehoon is higher than most places, giving a starchier, richer but more alkaline flavour, similar to claypot noodles, which isn't a bad thing.

Hokkien mee stalls tend to be inconsistent as each batch may differ in frying times and technique, but you are be sure that you will get a good plate from this place.

About $16, limited time only item, quite affordable given they give an entire lamb shank. The meat was fall off the bone tender, sauce complimented the meat well as well. The sides were decent, didn't increase or decrease my impression of the dish as a whole. Despite it being from a buffet line (IKEA) style it was plated pretty nicely and was aesthetically pleasing too

BB set had a main + prawn + green tea + salad + miso soup

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Costs $10 but used Burpple Beyond's 1 for 1

Was really impressed by this. Pork chop was cooked just right, with just a very slight tinge of pink in the middle (relax that's fine). The pork was moist on the inside, and crispy on the outside. Amazing dish. One thing that could be done better would be to change the sauce at the side, perhaps to a sweet soy based sauce (or even plum sauce), because the mayo sauce they provided did not go well with the pork.