333A Orchard Road
#03-02 Mandarin Gallery
Singapore 238897

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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Chicken wings tossed in Buffalo sauce, going at S$14.00 for 6 pieces, was the best appetiser in my opinion. The spiciness of the Buffalo sauce went well with the blue cheese ranch sauce.

For the best experience, remember to use the wet wipes they provided to clean your fingers first. The best way to enjoy the wings would be to use your bare hands, so you could savour the yumminess on the fingers afterwards.

the pizza had a chipotle base, topped with pork belly marinated in spices and seasoning for a deep smoky heat. the crumbles of the nachos chips helped boost the crunch.

the crust was pretty good - airy and chewy.

the wings comes in 2 sizes - $14 for 6 pieces, $28 for 12 pieces. and also in 2 different flavours - buffalo or honey garlic sriracha with the latter being more spicy.

we opted for the buffalo one. there wasn’t any spices to it but instead a tinge of sourness which i enjoyed. as a side, it came with some carrots served with blue cheese ranch dressing

i would say $25 for fries was pretty steep but damn it was def the highlight of the meal. we wolfed down the fries in seconds. the fries had the right thickness and cut allowing it to have some crispy edges yet retaining a slightly firm bite to it.

with the fries drowned in the gravy and the broken yolk, the saucyness was just right for me!!! LOVEEEE IT

one of the best pizza places in singapore. we ordered wish i was a baller, umami bomb, black magic, and mexico by day.

my fave pizzas were wish i was a baller and mexico by day! their fries and buffalo wings were also very yummy.

✨ ratings: 8/10 ✨

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This seductive Grandma’s Carrot Cake just sat on the cake stand right in front of the restaurant’s entrance. One might have wondered if the S$18.00 dessert was worth the damage, and I sure thought it did!

The portion was impressively big, bigger than a floppy disk box (does anyone even know what this is by the way?). It was what it was, with “Grandma’s” homemade deliciousness and love in a dense and generous cake, as well as a rich and citrusy cream cheese frosting. There was even at least one wall of walnuts, on top of those found within the cake layers, for those who liked extra crunch.

The cake was good for sharing, but if you had a big heart (and stomach) for carrot cakes, you might consider eating it by yourself. Just be prepared that the frosting might be too rich for liking beyond the 60% mark.