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41 Bencoolen Street
#01-03 Hotel Mi
Singapore 189623

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06:30am - 11:00pm

06:30am - 11:00pm

06:30am - 11:00pm

06:30am - 11:00pm

06:30am - 11:00pm

06:30am - 11:00pm

06:30am - 11:00pm

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Almost everything we ordered was good except the squid (a bit tough) and the ribeye (don’t bother to try). Ordered medium rare but it came out almost well done. Got it changed and although the doneness was okay, meat was extremely tough due to the cut. Gave up eating after a mere 4-5 bites

We had the the glass onion rings, honey mustard chicken, crab spaghetti and mocha and everything was extremely tasty. Service was very good too!! Already looking forward to the next time dining here! 🤤

Housed in Hotel Mi along Bencoolen Street, pop by this bistrobar for an after-work tipple or two accompanied by great ambience. Fill up on the Zesty Crab Pasta ($17.90) – springy angel hair pasta tossed with fresh shredded crab finished with a squeeze of lime juice and chilli padi. On sharing plates, Burppler Jason Wong recommends the Ikayaki ($13), comprising of tender squid perfectly grilled to a smoky char. The lightly battered and addictively crunchy Glass Onion Rings ($10) is another must-get.
Photo by Burppler Ade Tan

The opposite of the angel hair pasta - this was pure indulgence. Onion deep-fried so hard it tasted so. The unknown sauce was also damn shiok.

Beauty in simplicity. If you're loud and proud, which I sometimes am, this isn't for you. It's angel hair pasta tossed with lime and paired with very little shredded crab. With low expectations you'll be happy.

Kinda gimmicky to me. No way to expect best-in-class ramen here, so the signature onions had to add value. Unfortunately all they did was add onion, fried shallots and spring onion. Soup and pork belly were both basic, although the noodles used were unique, kinda close to angel hair pasta.

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