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Worse service and coffee tasted like crap. Wouldn’t recommend it. Misleading menu signage. Place cannot even format or align their menu properly. Please get this right at least before opening a coffee joint. Staff are rude and doesn’t even know what the menu reads or look like. Someone claiming to be shop officer didn’t even acknowledge their issue or apologise. With this quality in staff and coffee, good luck.

Third time here and finally trying the classic Striploin Steak ($18). Was pleasantly surprised with how the beef was tender and easy to chew! Ordered a medium rare, while my dad who always goes for a medium well mentioned how it’s a bit hard at that doneness. So choose to you preferences friends! The dish was accompanied with a smooth truffle mash and veges that went well altogether. Went for the garlic sauce that paired well with the steak! You get to choose between mushroom, garlic and black pepper sauce.

Definitely go for the steak if you are visiting Meathouse, previously tried the Joper Oven Steak with Pasta and the cooking method made the beef tough which wasn’t to my liking.

Housed in SMU, it’s a really affordable and good don place - nothing to pick on! Soba was good!!!! But don’t expect too much from the salmon too (not poke kind of salmon) would probably try chicken/duck the next time round :-)

From 1 to 8 February, they are running a 1 for 1 promotion for their signature burgers with four flavours that you can choose from. We sampled both the Cheeseburger ($12) and Teriyaki Pork Shabu ($10), with an additional top up of $4 for a side of fries and the portion was generous and fulfilling. The former comes with a thick patty made with a blend of beef, pork and bacon, sandwiched between a garlic butter toasted bun that’s stacked with lettuce, tomatoes and onions. The indulgence doesn’t stop there as a slice of cheddar cheese is torched on top of the patty with nacho cheese and mayonnaise overflowing out from the burger. As for the latter, a substantial portion of pork shabu that has been pan seared in a homemade teriyaki sauce, is constructed with the burger bun. To pair with your burgers, Quick Fix Bistro & Bar is having a promotion of 1 for 1 full pint beer for $12 and 3 Soju for $30 before 8:00pm at the moment.
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📍Quick Fix Bistro & Bar
4 Jalan Ayer, Singapore 389142

Houjicha ($7) is less intense than matcha and more towards strong roasted tea taste. I decided not add sauce into Houjicha Soft Serve as got bad experience during first time having soft serve was melting too fast with adding sauce and also want to try original taste without adding sauce at same time.

Houjicha ($7) is less intense than matcha and more towards strong roasted tea taste. I decided not add sauce into Houjicha Soft Serve as got bad experience during first time having soft serve was melting too fast with adding sauce and also want to try original taste without adding sauce at same time.

Houjicha ($7) is less intense than matcha and more towards strong roasted tea taste. I decided not add sauce into Houjicha Soft Serve as got bad experience during first time having soft serve was melting too fast with adding sauce and also want to try original taste without adding sauce at same time.

Houjicha ($7) is less intense than matcha and more towards strong roasted tea taste. I decided not add sauce into Houjicha Soft Serve as got bad experience during first time having soft serve was melting too fast with adding sauce and also want to try original taste without adding sauce at same time.