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Croque Monsieur ($25) + top up for truffle fries (+$5)

They made up for the high price point with a generous portion. The cheese and gruyere sauce were overflowing, but they did not overwhelmed the savoury taste of ham that were hidden beneath it

The bread was soft and soggy though due to the sauce,

And not to be missed out were the grilled tomatoes that were so juicy and a joy to pop in the mouth

Sadly, the truffle fries were lacking the truffle during the day

Consider topping up your fries (if your choice of mains include that) to truffle fries instead of ordering a plate of it ($15?) to share. The portion of thefries is generous enough to share among 2-3 pax

Omo how cute are those drinks as energy boosters .

Vast array of drink options.But since some of them are unique, you either love it or hate it .
Think about honey matcha latte, Earl grey latte , Taro latte?!
Hehe, I shall continue sipping my norm Iced Mocha still .

Yakitori chicken ($6 for two)

Soft and tender, but somehow lacking the smokiness that is expected of yakitori :/

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The soup can be stronger in the sourness aspect but it is decent enough to be called korean food. I love their korean omelette and the fact that they have live station for it. They serve free flow side dishes too! #igotfoodcoma #burpple

For us, these are the essentials and no visit to DTF is complete without them.
🥢Xiao long bao
🍚Fried Rice with Pork Cutlet / Shredded Pork and Egg
🍜Dan Dan Mian
🥄Steamed Chicken Soup
I swear that DTF secretly grows their own rice grains on some secret Shangri-la-ish mountains and they water the grains with water from the morning dew. Each rice pearl is so plump, fat and full of moisture. It's not oily, and each mouthful is just a reminder why the queue is so worth it. In fact, sometimes I suspect that I'm there for the fried rice instead of the XLB!
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And in the second chapter, four-hands lunch and dinner held from 11 to 14 April 2019 by Chef Ian Kittichai and Chef Thitid Tassanakajohn. Chef Ian Kittichai, an award-winning chef specialises on Thai cuisine with restaurants around the world that he has founded and partnered with. If you are following close on Masterchef Thailand and Masterchef Junior Thailand, Chef Kittichai is not unfamiliar to you. Having a family who loves to cook, Chef Thitid Tassanakajohn has grown a passion for cooking and food. Don’t be surprised by this young chef. He is running Le Du, 1 Michelin star restaurant in Bangkok and #20 in Asia’50 Best Restaurants 2019.
I’m sure Thai food lovers will not find mango sticky rice unfamiliar. Mango Panna Cotta Smoked coconut ice cream is inspired by mango sticky rice but less the sticky rice. The meal ended off with an unforgettable smoked coconut ice cream with a sweet burst of mango. 😋👍🏻
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Where to dine?
18 Sentosa Gateway, ESPA, 01-563 & 564, 098134

Comfort food meal! The soup was really sweet with the fragrance of the fishballs. The fishballs were just average but the meepok was pleasantly good - I got the meepok with tomato sauce since I don’t enjoy chili/spicy stuff and I liked how tasty and rightly flavoured it was (for lack of a better description!). Not too salty or bland. Will be back!

The menu comprises of east-meets-west flavours and textures, to cater to the varied palates of meat eaters and wellness junkies alike. If you are like a rabbit, you can go for some healthier options like their Avocado Toast with Egg or The Botanist Salad which you can also opt to add on meats. The Uni Truffle Capellini is something you might enjoy but the value leaves a bit to be questioned because the uni was quite scarce that day. The mapo tofu is good because it has a vegan option, made with plant-based “meat” by Impossible Foods, however the taste can be a little more stronger.

Personally I thought that the food at Botany is decent but lacking its character, and feels like it needs a bit more time to fine tune to be in full bloom.

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