19 Upper East Coast Road
Crescendo Building
Singapore 455209

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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Was so excited to order this and try it when it finally came with the wonderful plating. Unfortunately, the chicken wasn’t fully cooked on the first serve, with the insides slightly pink and cold despite the exterior seemingly warm. While unsure of the reason why this happened, after flagging out and getting a new side of chicken, I guess my appetite was inevitably ruined even with the rectification. That being said, the rice was light and delicate and it was really a Lemak dish defined by coconut. The sambal on the side was rich and sweet as well.


My go to spot when I’m craving Mee Siam, though my fond memories of it from a few years ago seem more delicious than it was when I had it recently again. This bus bowl with a generous amount of tau pok and tangy, spicy, gravy was still delightful, but it didn’t have the kick it had like a few years back. The prawns could have fared better fresh, and the flavour isn’t as rich anymore.


Tucked away in Crescendo Building along Upper East Coast Road, this East side stalwart is your answer to an affordable and delicious lunch. Foolproof options include the Nasi Lemak Burger ($12), featuring a well-executed deep fried chicken cutlet, fried egg and sambal and mayo sauce atop a bed of fragrant pandan rice. The fork-tender Lamb Shank ($16.90) is a hit here as well. If you're planning to visit on weekends, come early to avoid crowds.
Photo by Burppler Zul Latiff


Very elegantly crafted, this pretty unicorn is actually a rainbow cake with colorful vanilla sponge and lemon buttercream. And they serve pretty good coffee prepared by an in-house barista, so this is my kind of fulfilling high tea in this brightly-lit space.


Dense but soft pandan sponge, filled with real coconut fibers moistened and lightly sweetened with gula melaka. If you love local flavours like me, you should like this.
These Ondeh Swiss Rolls, together with Ondeh Cupcakes, are part of their party packs. Suitable for office and home parties :)
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One of the better dishes here. Most people I know who avoid lamb for its gaminess found this acceptable, because there's little gaminess here. Served in thick mushroom rosemary sauce and with pumpkin puree and diced feta. It's also really very tender.
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