Their cheesecake was defo gooey and creamy in the middle, and best part was the ends weren't dry/ overbaked, which I loved! Pretty fragrant too and if you're a fan of Basque Burnt Cheesecake, give it a try while the promo is still on!

Their paella indeed had strong prawn broth flavours, which would be great for fans. The squid was cooked just right and totally not chewy at all. Be careful when you have the fish though coz there were quite a bit of bones in it!
They also have Chicken Paella if you're interested!

Their churros are made long and thin, exactly like those in Spain. Churros were freshly fried, not greasy, and crispy on the outside! You get to pair with some milk chocolate cream, although I'd personally prefer hot chocolate (that's rich and thick) to complete the full experience! (They're also probably looking into introducing hot chocolate ;))

Who would have imagined authentic Spanish food in a food court in Tampines Mall? You can find @eduardos.spanishplace at @kawankawansg, and it was interesting to find out that Chef Eduardo came from Barcelona, Spain, and worked in Michelin Star restaurants in Singapore before opening up this store!

Spanish Omelette ($5/ slice, $35 whole omelette)
Loved how the omelette was so thick, yet well-cooked and so flavourful! It was also not greasy and the potatos within added good flavour too!

This latte leaned towards the milky side, and was also slightly sweetened with sugar syrup.

If you try the cream on its own the eggy flavours are actually quite strong. You're meant to mix the cream into the coffee and drink them together so the cream wouldn't be too sweet/ overpowering.

The mochi within was chewy!! The hojicha flavours were also pretty evident and great for hojicha fans!

Picked their Black Sesame & Rocher flavours here!
Enjoyed the nutty and strong black sesame flavours, and Rocher quite reminded a little of Ferrero Rocher because of the hazelnut flavours and bits. Waffle was chewy as well which I personally liked, although wouldn't mind the pandan flavours to be even stronger and more fragrant!

@hundredacre.sg has opened their new outlet at @westgatesg with some exclusive items!! 🎉

🌟 Truffle Cheese Waffle ($11) [Westgate Exclusive]
This waffle was made with mozzarella cheese, and topped with truffle oil & maple syrup. We picked the pistachio gelato to pair, which was defo nutty, and I liked that it had mini Pistachio bits within that added texture. The truffle was strong and it actually paired well with the cheese & maple syrup which gave sweet savoury flavours that worked somehow?!

Kvass ($9.80)
Rye bread fermented fizzy drink, a famous street drink in Eastern Europe, which kinda reminded of beer/ wine.

Kompot ($8.50)
(The one with the lemon) Slavic in-house fresh berry drink - low-key reminded of ribena with a mix of some other fruity flavours.

Sadly they ran out of their Medovik (honey cake), so we got this instead, which is a crepe filled with cottage cheese! This was interesting and deceptively filling.

It's actually a National Dish Of Crimean Tatar Cuisine -- which is essentially a fried puff pastry filled with various fillings, & mildly resembles a calzone!
We picked the cheese and white mushroom one here!