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08:00am - 10:00pm

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Somen are thin Japanese noodles made of wheat flour and given that Neptune focuses on serving Japanese-Western fusion food, we felt that we had to give it a try! First, we were pleasantly surprised because somen is usually served cold whereas the noodles in this dish are warm. However, they were still cooked very well and the noodles were not overly soggy, nor did they clump together. 😁

The salmon was really thick and was served aburi-style (i.e., lightly seared on the outside) and hence the insides of the salmon were still pretty tender and fresh so that made it really delicious! The dish also came with three scallops that were seared but we thought they were charred a little too much! Perhaps they could have gone a little easier on the blowtorch for the scallops. The dish was garnished with konbu/kelp which is edible although this tasted pretty normal.

All in all, it was a surprisingly good and interesting Japanese dish at Neptune and we think that given the quality of the ingredients and the dish, $22.90++ is pretty much a steal for this! Strongly encourage everyone to try this at least once!

buttermilk waffle, salted caramel, vanilla ice cream

The waffle was cold and limp, we placed the order at the counter at 10:20am, and the waffle was served in 5 mins time at 10:25am, faster than our coffee. Will not return again.

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Big in Japan ($16.90++)
Neptuna Melt ($17.90++)
The Milky Way ($7.50++)

Loved the cheese scones & salmon + shrimp salad sauce! Those shrimps were fresh and we liked how it paired really well with the scones, the honey mascarpone + yuzu jam combi went really well together as well.

Neptuna melt consisted of lots tuna mayo, onions and cheese atop a piece of baguette, and those tater tots reminded us of those from burger king πŸ˜…

Lastly, their cold brew was on the sweeter, milder & milkier side, but enjoyed it nonetheless!

Went on a Saturday morning at around 11am and had to queue for about 15-20mins~

πŸͺig: @hooyeatsπŸͺ

full-bodied and aromatic! more of a medium roast, i must say, just the way i like it

πŸͺig: @hooyeatsπŸͺ

the iconic π˜Ύπ™π™žπ™‘π™‘π™ž π˜Ύπ™§π™–π™— & π˜Ύπ™π™€π™§π™žπ™―π™€ [$22.5] was a pretty regular dish, beyond its unique presentation. the portion was decently large too. the harissa chilli crab was reallyyyy spicy though, too much for a xiaola weakling for me πŸ₯΅

⭐️ ig | @hooyeats ⭐️

there’s nothing about a dish named π˜½π™žπ™œ π™žπ™£ 𝙅𝙖π™₯𝙖𝙣 [$16.9] that actually tells you what it is without any context haha. it was basically three cheesy (grana panado) scones accompanied by three dips (yuzu, honey mascarpone & cold shrimp and salmon in dill sauce). the scones were good, being savoury and moist without being too oily. however they were a little too crumbly to be eaten with so many dips, and just as nicole mentioned, the dips were quite disparate in flavours and content. i appreciate the experimental nature of the dish though!

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