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This is another one of our favourites at this hidden gem. The finely sliced parma ham along with the creamy burrata cheese is a perfect starter for your Italian fine dining experience. Although placed under the Starters menu, don’t be deceived as the portions are extremely generous!

Dropped by this outlet for lunch. Had the Spicy Sesame Kaisen Don ($16.80) with Hokkaido Scallop Cream Croquette set and an Onsen Egg ($2).

The sashimi given was of a generous portion and very fresh. The spicy sesame sauce felt a tad too spicy for me but it complements the sashimi really well. Onsen egg was perfect. Overall, a very enjoyable meal that felt surprisingly light on the palate.

The croquette was crispy and not greasy at all. Scallop cream filling was very smooth and tasty. I could probably eat many more without feeling oversatiated. Highly recommend it.

Waffles and ice cream has got to be one of my favorite sweet treats, the warm waffle with cold ice cream is a match made in heaven. I particularly adore smothering each waffle pocket with ice cream and dredging it in toppings to form the perfect bite. <3

The Daily Scoop's version came in a set costing $7 and was dusted with powdered sugar and drizzled generously with chocolate syrup. The made to order waffle was warm, soft and aromatic but lacked that crispy, crunchy exterior that is the signature of a perfect waffle (perhaps the cooking process was slightly rushed; it was a busy Friday night). But the ice cream was delicious; a salted caramel base with bits of chocolate brownie folded in. The perfect mix of sweet and salty, with a hint of bitterness from the chocolate in the brownie. It was delightfully creamy and smooth as well, spreading almost like butter into the warm waffle. I found myself wishing I had ordered another scoop of a different flavor to try. 😅

Not perfect, but definitely satisfactory for the price and good enough to quell my buzzing sweet tooth :)


Nice subtle flavor in the white chrysanthemum ice cream and the thyme cone is to die for. Unfortunately the taste is over powered by the cacao bits which make it taste like a choco ice cream and you can’t taste the chrysanthemum flavor after the first few bites. Overall still a good ice cream!

An unassuming place with minimal-est decor that serves good coffee. The Iced White used the Dark Matter blend that produced a bold and nutty aftertone. If you need a fix amidst your work busyness, this sure is a place to go.

Pengat Durian Cake $11.50
Putu Piring Cake
Classic Ondeh-Ondeh Cake $8
Cempedak Creme Brulee $9.50

One of the best, if not the best fried prawn noodle in my recent memory beating more renowned ones by a mile. Had long heard of this stall for a while now but did not manage to try it as it was located far in the North-East.

This rendition veers towards the wet style of hokkien mee but it’s so so good! The noodles were wonderfully infused with the prawn stock, making it so easy to slurp down the noodles. It also has the right amount of wok hei which is very hard to achieve. Ingredients were fresh and plentiful and includes pork belly slices which is a rarity these days. The sambal chilli with its tangy taste complements the noodles perfectly.

Price: $4/$5