2 Orchard Turn
#03-28/29 ION Orchard
Singapore 238801

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Sayur Lodeh ($14) are mixed vegetables in curry, curry is quite mild so suitable for those who generally lean towards less spicy food.

For $24. The curry base and prata was satisfied the prata carbs craving but I personally prefer dark chicken meat and softer potato chunks.

It’s my first time trying this soup ($16) which was sufficient to share. The spices initially had an overwhelming twang at first taste, but after a few more spoons it becomes more enjoyable with the chicken and rice bits.

Enjoyed this kueh pie tie ($17) with nice crispy shells, flavourful fillings, did not disappoint

Hainanese Pork Chop - featuring a juicy Kurobuta pork loin topped with a house-made tomato sauce reduction with sides of steak cut fries and petit pois with minced kale.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/ion-orchard/#Violet_Oon_03-2228-29

I am personally not a high tea person esepcially because I am not a fan of sweet things. When I learnt that Violet Oon's tea set delivers a predominantly savouruy high tea menu, I knew I had to give it a try. Sure enough, I did enjoy the savoury elements in this high tea more than the sweet. While the size of each treat were pretty tiny, I thought it was just right as I was full after. My favorites for the savoury treats were the Kuay Pie Tee and the Chilli Crab Tartlet with Quail Egg. On the other hand, I was not a fan of the Cream Cheese and Cucumber Open Face Sandwich simply because it was nothing special. The other savoury treats were also interesting in their own right, with very strong flavours.

Onto the sweet treats, I personally thought they were just decent. I did like the Orh Nee cream puff because I thought it was unique and aesthetic, but for the other kueh delights, I do think you can get them at a much cheaper price at your kueh stalls elsewhere, instead of having it "high tea" style.

I enjoyed the scones as well. It was buttery, light and slightly flaky. Thought the texture was just right, and the clotted cream and pineapple jam provided went very well with it.

- Egg Salad Tartlet with Pineapple Patcharee
- Coronation Chicken on Crispy Wanton skin
- Cream Cheese and Cucumber Open Face Sandwich
- Otak on Belgium Endive
- Kuay Pie Tee
- Tauhu Goreng
- Chilli Crab Tartlet with Quail Egg

- Kueh Ko Sui
- Kueh Beng Kah
- Sugee Financier
- Orh Nee Cream Puff
- Pandan Coconut Agar Agar
- Scones (A selection of four house-made scones β€” two plain and two gula melaka, served with clotted cream and jams)

Selection of Drinks: No limit, can choose to switch your drinks upon finishing.
- Any Chocolates
- Any Coffee
- Luxury Earl Grey
- Berry Lemongrass Chammomile Twist