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19 Yong Siak Street
Singapore 168650

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06:00pm - 11:00pm

06:00pm - 11:00pm

06:00pm - 11:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm


06:00pm - 11:00pm

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200g wagyu accompanied with burnt cauliflower purée, green papaya salsa and banana powder on the side. Wagyu was cooked to my medium rare liking and that purée was so good. Barely tasted like cauliflower and was teetering over towards a mushroom umami flavour territory. I could not taste the Banana powder at all behind the flavours of the purée and salsa but overall still a good meal.

Not cause the meat is some extraordinarily unforeseen mega premium cut, but because every component in this dish — from the steak, to purée, and sauces — are innovative, immaculately executed, and comes together into an absolutely seamless dish. What we’ve got here is the round cap of an Australian wagyu, cooked to a perfect medium-rare, paired with a Thai green papaya salsa, burnt cauliflower purée, and get this guys: dehydrated banana powder. Sounds funky, a little too adventurous maybe, but I promise you it all paid off. The salsa’s a good balance of sweet and tangy; the smooth purée smokey, earthy, and slightly nutty; and that banana powder adds such a lovely mellow sweetness that’s surprisingly addictive.


It was so gobsmackingly yummy I was gonna write a whole essay, but ok I know tl;dr you guys’d be plenty bored — so let me try to keep this as short as I can. Three words: mfkin’ bloody delicious. We started our meal with this Dadinhos de Sago. It’s essentially a little Brazilian street chow of tapioca and cheese, which does sound a tad foreign buuuuuut tastes hella amazing. The closest approximation I can recall would be those little Brazilian cheese bread; so imagine that, but better. These little cubes are fried to a perfect golden on the exterior, crisp and crunchy, and when you bite in oh boy those chewy yet light little sago pearls are so so oddly addictive?! It’s cheesy without being overwhelmingly creamy or jelak as well so really I could down the whole portion myself AND still want more. Can I also give a standing ovation to that dragonfruit chutney served in the side? Beautifully perfumed with cardamom and garam masala, absolutely stunning with the dadinhos de sago. Now I can wax lyrical the whole night, so please just trust me when I ask you to get yo ass there and try this.

This place serve offer good ambience, excellent food and their service was good as well, portion was decent. But ultimately kudos to their lava cake. Hands down, it was one of the best I tasted. Their $29++ 3 course lunch meal was pretty worth it considering the fact that the rest of their food is in the $20+ range.

One of the most disappointing french toast, ever. Did not like how thin the bread is or the lack of flavors and decadence. Seriously, what is french toast when the toast isn’t thick and fluffy or drenched in some sort of maple/honey. So underwhelmed, doubt it could have been salvaged by a scoop of ice cream.

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Beyond impressed at the crispy pork ears (first pic) and truly enjoyed the hearty dishes that followed!