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I rate these onion rings. Hand-battered with the right amount of grease! Mine were Served hot. I’d pick these over French fries any day. 25 degrees has quite a good selection of sides. These are divided between the “normal” range ($5) and the “premium” range ($8). Choices!

These little bad boys were a steal at $9 -- no wonder they were on every other table! However I think the dish could be a lot crispier if it delivered a more airy mouthfeel -- the batter was noticeably bready and coarse and the squid was a little chewy, too.

Because I cannot resist creamy pastas, I had to try the Alfredo though I was hesitant about the chicken. I found it quite dry but it might have been due to its journey home because I saw many other in-store reviews which show a copious amount of sauce lurking under the pasta.

Nonetheless, this dish actually impressed me by combining the chewy tagiatelle well with the large shreds of tender roasted chicken. All I can say is it needs salt though.

I'm still dreaming of this beef Ragu pasta -- it was bursting with tangy beefy flavour while remaining light and refreshing. Also, I can't rave enough about the pappardelle, which delivered a firm chewiness as I guzzled this dish.

@tsuiwahsingapore lauched the New BBQ Pork Scambled Egg Fried Rice at ($10.50 a la carte) / ($14.30 set which includes soup of the day & HK style drink)
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Fragrant fried rice with creamy scrambled egg topped with melt-in -the-mouth char siew. This is just so perfect.
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Lost count the number of times I had this. But it’s still one of the best spot for me when I’m craving for a plate of Char Kway Teow (from $4).

Sweet-savoury black sauce coated noodles with plump cockles, beansprouts and crunchy pork lard, each bite you get the smoky charred aroma.

During lunch the queue can be long (up to an hour plus), so best to head there early like 11am or have it for breakfast.

Garden terrace dining surrounded by greenery and decorated in pretty blooms for sales.

Housed within Fort Canning Arts Centre, offers the typical brunch and dinner menu but elevated the plating of the dish with florals. Signature brunch items include Croissant Waffle ($23.90), Potato Rosti ($18.90) and Fig & Salted Caramel French Toast ($21.90).

A spin on the regular French Toast as they pair it with caramelised fig, smoked bacon, pomegranate and toasted almond. Sadly Croissant Waffles aka Croffles has a slight rancid taste and truffled scrambled eggs were overcooked.

Garden terrace dining surrounded by greenery and decorated in pretty blooms for sales.

Housed within Fort Canning Arts Centre, offers the typical brunch and dinner menu but elevated the plating of the dish with florals. Signature brunch items include Croissant Waffle ($23.90), Potato Rosti ($18.90) and Fig & Salted Caramel French Toast ($21.90).

A spin on the regular French Toast as they pair it with caramelised fig, smoked bacon, pomegranate and toasted almond. Sadly Croissant Waffles aka Croffles has a slight rancid taste and truffled scrambled eggs were overcooked.