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Heard that Good Luck Beer House now serves noodle. Mr. W used this excuse to tempt me here for lunch after work. Then they only serve noodle after 2pm. So we ordered them sim dum platter and xo carrot cake.

There was a bit of a cultural shock here on xo carrot cake. The one i expected was carrot cake fried in XO sauce which is a very common snacks in chinese restaurants in HK. Crystal Jade here has it too. This one was like a fritter. Tasted good but very different.

The dim sum platter was not bad. Nice for a light lunch.

So much for light lunch, we ended up takeaway some of the dim sum.

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I first saw @ladandco.sg or @ladanddad.sg was back in 3 years ago, soon after We moved here, the first time we went to maxwell food centre.I thought wow there was a western food stall in hawker centre. Totally forgot about this place.. (opps sorry about this, now i know what I missed out in the last 3 years). About few months ago, in a car went past Lad and dad as a gastropub. Oh oh i remember this. Before even i have a chance to go there. I heard about Lad and co with craft beer! Ok this is the chance and here we were today!
If there was a selection of fish for you to choose, i would have thought i was in a chip shop in England.

My fish and chip was just small size but very decent small size. It was definitely enough for me. The crispy light batter was so good. Didnt feel any greasiness or the taste of reused oil (or we called it 10k year oil in HK) Very nicely done

Mr. W had the banger and mash, i had a little taste. It was equally good. I love the gravies and mash.

Now i really want to go to Lad and Dad for the beef stew and big breakfast.

Please make sunday roast with yorkshire pudding, you will see me every other week or at least once a month!

I can see we are going to be a regulars there. Even Miss W said the fish and chip tasted better than what she had before!! She is a little foodie.

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Havent been back here for a year! The whole place was packed full of people! It was like back to pre covid time! Very impressed with the decent pizza oven in a pub!

We ordered way too much food and the food portion was huge!

Nacho: so ok. The salsa and avocado on top were not spread evenly, a lot of plain empty trtilla trip.

Popcorn chicken: I didnt eat…. It was just me. I just dont like popcorn chicken

Pepperoni pizza: very amazing pizza , Little Miss W was very happy

Dukkah Cauliflower: nice one with indian spice. Just the size was double i would have imagined

Wagyu burger and cripsy pork belly were not my main. Had a bite of the pork belly. It looked and tasted like chinese siu yuk without the salt. Skin was very cripsy

Grilled octopus tentacles : very good for value for this big portion. It was very well cooked and the green sauce was nice to dip. Just wish it could be more char to give a extra grill flavour.

The whole place was packed. Food waiting time was told over an hour but all the food was about in about 45 mins to one hour. We had some nacho to nipple on so didnt feel that we waited long time.

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💕The Carolina Burger.
Soft brioche bun served with tender juicy medium rare prime beef, pulled pork, American cheese, buttermilk slaw, special sauce and bbq sauce.
💕The Old Fashion.
Soft brioche bun served with tender juicy medium rare prime beef, shiitake mushroom, Swiss cheese,caramelised onion and horseradish sauce.
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10 Bayfront Ave, #L1-80

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Went out of the way on a Saturday to this obscure location and was told that as it was eve of public holiday, I cannot use the burpple promotion. This doesn’t make sense, as before I left my house I could click on the app and click ‘redeem deal’. Given that although the PH was on Sunday but the PH OIL was on Monday, this would mean that the deal can’t be used on all 3 days. Additionally, the rules says that deals can’t be used on PH eve after 5pm.

Honestly I’m not sure who is at fault. Either way this place was also extremely difficult to find and the whole stretch was virtually empty even on a weekend lunch time. Like literally there was nobody in this cafe/bar and hardly anyone in the preceding shops.

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Chicken tenders fried in special batter and served alongside house butter dill, Korean bbq sauce & lime honey mustard. The chicken tenders resembled the fresh chicken fillets that you would find from supermarkets. Taste-wise, it’s unfortunately pretty much similar - a lil’ too dry and un-flavourful for my liking. If you think the batter might be a redemption, unfortunately it was nothing much to shout about. It wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t ‘wow’ either. As odd as it sounds, what blew me away were the in-house dips. They were unique and were definitely the saving grace to the otherwise mundane - tasting chicken tenders!

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Prime burger (served medium rare), aged cheese, crispy onion ring, bacon, sweet baby rays bbq, mayo, served with a generous portion of freshly sliced fries fried to golden brown! The beef patty was exceptionally juicy and yummy - as one would have expected from a famed burger place. The portion size was huge! We love how the onion rings came in a massive size as well. It was evidently fried from fresh, 100% true onions (just take a look at what’s underneath the golden brown batter if you’re in doubt.) The same freshness can be said for the fries as well - they’re pretty much made from 100% potato (you can see potato skin on them!)

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Prime burger (served medium rare), American cheese, smoky pulled pork, special sauce, carolina bbq sauce - all served in a stack. Served with buttermilk slaw on top and huge portion of fries on the side. The ’special sauce’ resembled thousand island due to its orange hue and tasted somewhat similar too. Can’t quite put a description to it but nope - not tangy nor spicy but just.. creamy like thousand island. To be honest, I would have preferred a plain toasted bun as the protein, cheese and slaw provided much needed flavour in this dish! As for the massive portion of fries - they were pretty awesome! I appreciate how the fries were made from freshly sliced potatoes, with potato skin intact!

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Vanilla icing frost on the rims with cinnamon toast crunch topped with a Choco taco, two churros, tons of whipped cream and dulce de Leche drizzle

10000 calories in a cup which well, is worth the gram but not too sure about the calories. The vanilla icing frost was extremely sweet - not advisable to lick it off your fork. It’s the glue that sticks the cinnamon toast crunch on the sides and hence, can only be removed if you poke/pierce it with a fork. As a result of prolonged exposure to the air + moisture from the icing, the cinnamon toast crunch was well, un-crunchy. Not the best way I would like to enjoy my cereal. Cereal should be enjoyed either fully soaked in milk or exceptionally crunchy, no? The chocolate taco is basically wafer ice cream. Unfortunately it was cheap-tasting vanilla ice cream that resembled mass produced supermarket vanilla tubs. The wafers turned soggy due to the prolonged contact with the ice cream too. The churros were rather stiff and hard. Not too sure how they managed to keep the churros solid but it’s genius! Cos that means the churros wouldn’t be soft and lumpy despite a good, long soak in the shake. The shake was pleasant-tasting. All in all, it’s worth the gram but worth only a try - just one in a lifetime for the gram. It’s a rather costly gram ($24++). Wouldn’t give any credit to the drink in overall as the individual components - ice cream, whipped cream, churros etc are all supplier-sourced and cinnamon crunch comes from repute brand too! They would have tasted nice when eaten on their own too!


Chef Jake brings a produce-focused philosophy to the distinctive brewery-inspired cuisine served in the restaurant, with the continuing efforts on sourcing high quality produce from ethical sources based in Singapore or as close as possible to the country to ensure a richer flavour and lighter carbon footprint. The beef and lamb are from pasture-fed, free range livestock, seafood is sourced sustainably and the continuance of the local “ugly vegetable” programme.

Our evening started off with the Freshly Shucked Oysters ($7.50 each, $38 for six, $72 for twelve), which were Irish oysters in season, and each oyster is topped with Brut Beer jelly, Avruga caviar and housemade dill oil. It was followed by the Hand Cut Beef Tartare ($24) which was perhaps one of the better tartares that I have had in recent times as the addition of stout crisps made from tempura flour gave it a nice bite and contrasting texture while the free-range yolk encapsulates the rich mouthfeel. An addictive snack, the Chilli Salt & Pepper Local Squid ($24) is a must-order with the nuoc cham dipping sauce that brings a combination of savoury, sweet and refreshing flavour. The perfect companion for it? A pint of freshly brewed craft beer.

We moved on to the Chicken Inasal Skewers ($7 each) that are first beer-brined before it gets grilled on the Japanese robata charcoal grill to give it a nice smoky aroma. For the mains, there are the Local Slipper Lobster Roll ($32) that has been mixed in with a housemade nori aioli and sandwiched in a buttery brioche bun with kohlrabi slaw and topped with Avruga caviar. The Steak Frites Little Joe Sirloin ($59) features a free-range 100% grass-fed beef from Victoria Australia, grilled with a housemade Café de Paris butter and served with fries and side salad. For desserts, we had the Burnt Pavlova ($15), a vegan dessert made with coconut cream and topped with coconut Chantilly and seasonal fruits, and IPA Crème Caramel ($15) with smoked berry compote.
✨ LeVeL 33
📍 8 Marina Boulevard, Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 1, Unit 33-01, Singapore 018981
🌐 https://level33.oddle.me/en_SG/
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The beef tartare is made with handcut beef, cornichons (pickled cucumbers), capers, mustard, parsley, cognac, and shallots pickled in LeVeL33's Blond Lager

Location: LeVel 33, MBFC 1, 8 Marina Blvd, #33-01, Singapore 018981

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Ordered 2 tasting portion, Vongole & lamb morguez. As expected the portion is quite tiny. Waiting time was acceptable. Vongole was not bad, but clams mostly were empty shells. Lamb Morguez had a very strong lamb taste and the pasta was definitely not well cooked. Overall, both tasted pretty mediocre

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