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If you’re dining in at Crown Bakery, you can order some coffee to go with the pastries, bread, or main menu items. I found the hot mocha quite good. The roast was full-bodied and ok the acidic side. Chocolate flavour was quite slight, but I found that was pretty good for bringing out the taste of the baked pastries, especially the Pain Au Chocolat. Although their coffee menu is quite slim, and they don’t offer that many non-coffee beverages other than hot tea or cold brewed tea, their drinks are good accompaniments for their baked goods and I could see myself ordering a pastry, a cuppa and settling in with a good book for a leisurely afternoon in a relaxed cafe. :)

Picked the Dark Chocolate , which has that Heavy cocao bitterness..
Red berrylicious .. Bursting my Zinging taste buds in EPICC sourness ..
Thai Red tea Ice cream , tasted just like bubble tea ~
Combining all the mouth watering flavors.. ranging from salty, sour , sweet , bitter , creamy.. •×•×•×•×•×•×•×•×•×•×•×•×•×•×•×•×•
Plus a lovely Rainbow Crepe Cake !
#HungreeSpike Ratings :: 4.97/5 •×•×•×•×•×•×•×•×•×•×•×•×•×•×•×•×•
Ambiance : 4.96/5 .. Cafe like seatings, instagrammable art work like the " I want it all" at the back and Chillin Hits Songs

Innovative mix of salted caramel into the fools ol’ cheesecake. Love the added layer of tastes from the caramel chunks. It’s a pretty huge slice and definitely should be shared!

From the stall that is constantly making fresh naan. LOVE LOVE LOVE the tandoori roti. The nuttiness from the whole wheat flour and the chewiness from the dough made it a perfect base for the chicken. Even better, they make it fresh! The daal was thick and spicy and the mint chutney was refreshing. Both complemented the dish really well!

Really impressed with the quality and price of Indian food that Tekka Market offers. I think it’s the best place to get your Indian food fix!

Order the Hot Baileys Coffee at $15. It was good matching and first time tried Baileys serve in hot. The foods are super delicious and potion is big (to me~). Good environment for drink if you are a drinker. Actually they are a Iris Bar.

The Upper Serangoon Road stretch has so much variety of food that I needed to try and this was one of them! Queue can get really long during meal timings.

What’s intriguing is the shape of the kway, which comes rolled up. I actually quite enjoyed it this way, as with each scoop, more broth comes together in each roll. Easily slurped them up and finished in no time. The broth was very peppery, akin to a peppery bak kut teh broth. Other ingredients in the soup included pig’s maw, lean meat, roasted pork (skin was still crackling crispy even when thrown into soup!) and a savoury fish sausage which was similar to the Chinese sausage. Was it only me who thinks that the portion was a little small? Anyway, perfect choice on a rainy day!


Portion is quite small for the price ($19.90). But the stew was really flavourful and meaty! Beef chunks were also tender. Worth a try!

What can be said about Omakase's burger that hasn't already been said? The Omakase Cheeseburger ($14.90) is simply perfect. The flavorful hand-grounded beef, melted cheese and super soft bun all come together so harmoniously. But wait, there's more — exclusive to the Wisma Atria outlet, the Omakase Applewood Smoked Bacon Cheeseburger ($17.90) is essentially a fancier take on the classic. Topped with bacon slow-smoked over applewood chips for maximum smokiness, this is the kind of burger you would want to be alone with.
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