1 HarbourFront Walk
#02-111 VivoCity
Singapore 098585

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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This has got to be the best laksa pasta I ever had thus far. It was deliciously creamy and savoury, and it retained the fragrance and aromatic taste of the classic hawker laksa. The laksa pasta contained pieces of cockles, prawns and quail eggs; and it had a good balance of coconut milk and spiciness to it. πŸ˜‹

CNY Special
Pandan glutinous rice balls filled with desiccated coconut and gula melaka, topped with coconut flesh and then served in warm coconut soup

Would you pay x4 the price of what you can get at hawker? I would, but i know many who wouldnt.

BCM Capellini is a fusion take on ba chor mee with campellini replacing your meepok. It has everything you want from a BCM, the good dash of vinegar (warning if you dont like vinegar) with fiery sambal.

Chendol Deutsch Skillet Pancakes was eggy and fluffy, i can't explain why but it wasn't in a delightful way. It was jelak and i didnt really enjoy it.

Mvp: Hainanese chicken roulade and foie gras - ok i get it, it is a really expensive plate of chicken rice, but it is also a really good one. Individually they are all amazing. Plump yet tender chicken, fluffy and tasty rice that can be eaten on its own and chilli that pack a punch. Add in the complex flavour of foie gras (my fav!) and you get a wholesome meal on its own.

Overall i enjoyed the experience and would come back again to try their other refreshing take on local delights!

Overall πŸ₯š: 7.5/10 🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳🍳🟑

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Opened by the same folks behind D’Good Cafe at Holland Village, Straits Place 1819 is their latest concept situated at VivoCity, occupying a space near Gram Cafe & Pancakes within the mall serving up modern interpretations of local favourites which range from all-day brunch items, to mains as well as pasta alongside a wide variety of beverages such as specialty coffee, tea, mocktails and cocktails etc.

Giving the local Char Kway Teow a modern twist, the Unagi & Salmon Kway Teow here is more than meets the eye; apart from the addition of unagi and cured salmon into the dish, the dish also sees some of the rice noodles being replaced by Shirataki Noodles (i.e. Konjac Noodles) for a slight twist. The Char Kway Teow here does come with a hint of sweetness from the dark soya sauce with a slight hint of savouriness from pork lard; the noodles not being too greasy though lacks wok hei (what were you expecting; it’s a cafe after all!), but still remains pretty slurpy overall especially for the Shirataki Noodles. The addition of unagi and cured salmon is pretty welcome for a modern interpretation of things, though does not seem to be a purposeful addition apart from trying to appeal to slightly more youthful audiences, and perhaps also to substantiate for the more premium price tag here as compared to the usual renditions readily available in food courts, coffeeshops and Hawker centres. Nonetheless, the Unagi comes sufficiently plump; a little scaly in certain parts but not too much to cause a concern, while the cured salmon came all savoury and flaky with a pinkish centre for a good texture β€” each slice also came at a pretty generous portion for a good bite, all that while the greens help to balance things out and give a slight crunch.

Bak Chor Mee with an Italian twist