Tasted like Singapore Curry Chicken in a sandwich, essentially, accompanied by refreshing tzatziki, corn & jalapeño slaw, as well as a runny sunny up egg to tie everything together nicely.

Visited on a Sunday morning and they were already quite busy - seats are relatively easy to get in the morning if you don’t mind the outdoor seating.

Loaded sandwich filled with chunky smoked spicy Italian sausage, succotash, avocado and nacho cheese. A yummy and filling sandwich, which had a nice breakfast yet snack-ish vibe to it. A treat with huge sausages like these, who can complain?

Visited on a Sunday morning and they were already quite busy - seats are relatively easy to get in the morning if you don’t mind the outdoor seating.

Seafood broth infused with cheese - a salty tasty heaven. Interesting with the beehoon, definitely an adventurous take on a fusion dish. Not sure why we didn’t have prawns in our dish - I felt that the ingredients in the dish were very lacklustre and minimal. Not worth the price.

Visited on a weekday night and it wasn’t too crowded. There’re quite a number of seats in the eatery so it was easy enough for my friend and I to get one.

American-style burgers and fries - which also come in American-style serving size, it seems. Food was generally not bad and serving size was quite generous. Overall value for money with the 1-for-1 Burpple deal.

Service was good - the staff were so friendly. As always love the music they play at Hard Rock. Would come back if I were using the Burpple deal.

I’m a sucker for milky things - when I saw a milk pie pastry that could be eaten on the go I had to get it. The Japanese Mascarpone Cheese and French Cream filling was heavenly, light in texture and cheesiness yet creamy and full of milkiness. Tastewise overall similar to a custard pie but lighter and more milky, cheesy and creamy.

Unfortunately the texture of the shell was not as amazing. I thought the choux and pie dough combination ended up with a not very crispy but doughy and gooey pastry - which wasn’t that nice. Maybe it’s better if you get it freshly baked so the texture wouldn’t be so flat - all the pies were prepared in advance beforehand though.

Overall not too bad of a try if you want to just try the cream (ha ha this is technically a cream pie), as the cream is the best part of this dessert. Otherwise I would probably give their other desserts a go instead.

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The cafe’s classic chai latte (Ceylon OPA, oat milk, coconut sugar) but with the addition of maple syrup and a touch of Himalayan pink salt for that sweet and salty satisfaction. Chai was still as fragrant and the earthiness still came through despite the other flavours going on - I thought the maple syrup and salt was a nice touch without overpowering the drink - they were more like additional accents to the main drink.

If you’re a chai lover and happen to be in the cafe’s vicinity, you can consider dropping by to give this place a try.

Visited on a Saturday morning and it wasn’t too busy. Vibes of the place was very chill and aesthetic, perfect for a weekend morning or afternoon hangout spot.

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Had to try this seeing as it was the first option on the menu and had a thumbs up right next to it. (Yes I’m so predictable). Essentially a fragrant Ceylon OPA with oat milk brew, sweetened with coconut sugar. An earthy taste with a smooth mouthfeel. A good cup of chai indeed.

If you’re a chai lover and happen to be in the cafe’s vicinity, you can consider dropping by to give this place a try - you’d be spoilt by the number of chai choices here!

The only criticism I have is that the cup has no handles, and was too hot for me to even hold it, so I couldn’t really hold my drink to drink it. Felt a little silly placing my head close to the table to sip from the cup hands-free. 😂 There was a coaster below but it was quite small and flat, hard to pick up, and felt quite precariously unstable with such a tall cup standing atop it - not sure if it was supposed to be used as a saucer or not but I didn’t take my chances, wasn’t going to spill a nice drink like this.

Visited on a Saturday morning and it wasn’t too busy. Vibes of the place was very chill and aesthetic, perfect for a weekend morning or afternoon hangout spot.

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Want healthy bubble tea? Substitute the milk tea with kombucha. Equally delicious, has an added fizz, and supposedly much healthier!

This drink was very refreshing, with each sip full of citrus zing and fizziness bombarding the senses in your mouth. The yuzu flavour was actually just yuzu pulp + syrup added to kombucha, but it tastes nice so I’m not too bothered about the syrup.

They didn’t ask me for sugar levels so I’m going to assume you can’t customise it. It was definitely on the sweeter side but in a good way.

The crunchy chestnut pearls went amazingly with the drink - think red rubies from your bobochacha dessert! It’s a topping you don’t often see at bubble tea shops so I was happy to be able to get it here.

Kombucha can sometimes be quite expensive so it was great that there was a 30% off Burpple deal for Kombucha here. Worth a try if you’re looking for something different and refreshing.

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A light and fruity tart - the blueberry compote, pear jelly & almond frangipane went wonderfully together, overall not too sweet. It was a very refreshing tart which we quickly gobbled up. A simple fruit tart but executed deliciously. They were quite generous with the fruits as well.

Price tag is rather high for a dessert like this - though it’s made much more reasonably priced with the Burpple 1-for-1 deal. Otherwise it certainly has quite a bit of competition in the local pastry scene, with other bakeries selling similar tarts at equal or lower prices. Their bakes are still delicious though, so I’ll give them that!

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Really enjoyed the taromisu - it was heaven for a yam lovers like me! The ladyfinger sponge was soft and soaked in Kahlua coffee, went great with the yam paste & yam mascarpone cream. Overall the dessert was more towards the sweeter side, but very satisfying. Using yam in tiramisu to add a twist to the classic dessert was tastefully well done!

Price tag is quite high for a small dessert like this - though it’s made much more reasonably priced with the Burpple 1-for-1 deal. Otherwise it certainly has quite a bit of competition in the local cake scene, with other shops selling similar (and possibly even larger) slices of cakes at equal or lower prices. Their bakes are still delicious though, so I’ll give them that!

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A little too salty for me but overall a very savoury and tasty dish. So many great flavours coming together. It’s hard to go wrong with beef and egg!

We visited on a weekday evening and managed to get seats for two easily. The place is quite a casual eatery with good quality udon at reasonable prices. There is also 8% GST that will be charged in the final bill.

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A satisfying, colourful poke bowl! I liked that there were so many options to choose from - you can customise your poke, sides, base, garnish, and sauces. There’s a small sauce bar at the side where you can squeeze sauces onto your bowl and add garnishing on your own, which is great if you prefer to decide how much of each goes in and all. There are signature bowls too for the indecisive people that find themselves paralysed by the multitude of choices.

Overall this is a fuss free, healthy “fast” food option, suitable for those who want something quick and casual. We’re not huge eaters so the Light size (75g poke) was just right for us. We visited on a Sunday afternoon, and there was quite a bit of seating in the area.

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