This was just nice for 2 small eaters! The noodles portion were huge and it was freshly made in store. The noodles were chewy and went well with the flavourful beef soup which was spicy and tasted like mala due to the mala paste that they added at the side. Beef slices were soft and tender and was quite worth for the price. The wantons were delicious too, with the salty sauce drizzled over the soft wantons. The spring onion pancake was very crispy and tasty and had strong spring onion flavour, and tasted very freshly made! It was a nice side dish to go with the noodles.

Think it was around $8 for this cup! It was a really thick and intense chocolate drink and I really enjoyed it a lot as a chocolate-lover! It was not too sweet and was rich in chocolate taste. There were bits of chocolate pieces at the bottom which was nice to have as well. Chocolate quality was good!

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Good for a cheap and light dessert! The waffles were crispy and buttery, texture and taste were great! The ice cream flavours I got was rum and raisin and cookies and cream! I enjoyed the cookies and cream flavor which had lots of cookies in it! I didn’t fancy the rum and raisin but my friend enjoyed it! Would return if I am nearby for dinner and craving a sweet treat!

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This was given to me as a gift, so I didn’t manage to eat on the spot, but I ate it the next day and it was still so delicious! The bread was so soft and fluffy and slightly sweet, while the crust was so sinful as it was sweet and buttery and so good! The ratio of crust to bun was perfect! Would totally buy if I was hungry and around the area.

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This was from a newly opened store at the food court in DDD! The portion of the beef was big, and it was so soft and juicy! It was flavourful and complemented well with the curry and cheese! The amount of cheese was generous while I wished there were more curry sauce on the rice. The curry was sauce was delicious and fresh as well and there were bits of minced meat in it. It was different from regular curry and was clearly made fresh. There were some salad at the side which were a good touch to the dish. Really enjoyed it and would definitely return.

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I loved the variety that we could enjoy at this buffet! There were cooked food like fried chicken wings, tempura, kimbap, japchae, tteokboki, kimchi pancake and ginseng soup! All of them were good except the kimchi pancake and tteok which was hard. The shabu shabu soup was sweet and not too overwhelming, and went well with the vegetables. The bbq meats were also good, especially the marinated chicken and spicy chicken! The pork belly was not bad too when dipped with the garlic chili sauce though the skin was a little chewy. Would return on a weekday lunch for cheaper price for a treat!

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The portion was not too big, good for 2 people who aren’t too hungry. I got the wedges and the signature rice as sides. The wedges were fresh and crispy on the outside, soft inside. The rice tasted like nasi lemak rice as there was coconut flavour to it, and some fried shallots that added texture to the rice. The chicken was soft and tender, even the breast, and the skin was nicely grilled and flavourful with the sauce.

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The scoop was decent in size and the ice cream was really smooth. The speculoos flavour was quite strong, and slightly sweet, thus got a bit jelak after half. Nice to share!

Got the bowl with almond pandan rice which was only available on Mondays. Got the sweet and sour soya mock meat as main dish, double cheese pumpkin and fried cauliflower. The rice was not too rich in pandan taste, just nice, and the almonds crunch was a good complement. The sweet and sour soya mock meat was also tasty and had generous sauce that went well with the rice. The cheese pumpkin was also soft and tasty and sweet with cheese taste. The fried cauliflower was crispy and salty and had nice crunchy texture.

Portion was really big, but the chicken pieces were not many. The fried rice wasn’t very fragrant, was slightly tasteless but not too oily. The chicken pieces were also nice as the meat was tender. The sambal chili was also a good complement with the rice.

Got the small portion, with chewy wanton noodles, onsen egg, char siew and pork lard. Noodles were chewy and had nice texture, and was tasty when soaked with the black sauce and added chili. The onsen egg also made the gravy more thick and tasty. The char siew was tender and flavourful, and wasn’t too fatty. Wished the crust was crispier. Overall, not really worth the price as it was over $10 after the GST and service charge.

Really enjoyed this dish! The bibimbap was served on a hot stone which wasn’t really very hot, topped with vegetables like cucumber, carrot, beansprouts, seaweed, beef, egg and gojuchang sauce. Wished the stone was hotter so that I could get more charred rice, but it still managed to keep the food warm throughout. Ingredients were generous and it wasn’t too spicy, whole dish was very flavourful. The vegetables were crunchy and the beef wasn’t too fatty, was soft and pleasant to eat and tasty.