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Tiramisu @ $13++

It's good, but we have had much better. The rum wasn't soaked through in the middle so the taste could have been better.

Base sauce was mango and raspberry which didn't really go well with tiramisu.

Crab meat linguine @ $28++

We have craving for pizza and decided to come this place which has been on our wishlist for quite a while. Decided to have 1 pizza and 1 pasta and we landed with this, which is good but we think the pizza was really great and we'll probably try more pizzas next time.

Went for lunch at 2ish and they said there's 1 for 1 for any of their pizza, pasta and mains. Think we saw the promotion say mon - sat 1 for 1 lunch promotion from 11.30am to 2.30pm, which is really great and a very pleasant surprise for us.

Prosciutto pizza @ $25.50++

Really great pizza! We absolutely love it!
The pizza has breadlike base, but they managed to keep it thin with very great texture and the right amount of sauce such that it's not soggy and the base crust is crispy! Hits all the right spot for us.

Flavour is great and we hope to try other pizzas next time.

Went for lunch at 2ish and they said there's 1 for 1 for any of their pizza, pasta and mains. Think we saw the promotion say mon - sat 1 for 1 lunch promotion from 11.30am to 2.30pm, which is really great and a very pleasant surprise for us.

I had the chance to try a few of their popular dishes and it did not disappoint! The menu is very extensive with a range of dishes to choose from even for those that do not eat spicy food. I tried the stone grilled beef and tofu which was very flavourful along with the very tender beef. I also had the fried chicken with dried chilli, if you are a fan of spicy food, this is highly recommended as the chicken was so crispy and paired well with the spice. The stewed fish with pickled vegetable was served with very fresh fish slices that went very well with the soup. Overall, this is definitely a place to visit if you are a fan of spicy Sichuan cuisine.

Went to Sushi Plus 2 weeks ago and ordered their Salmon Donburi, Chawanmushi with Ikura, Mentaiko Fries, Crispy Battered Octopus and had some sushi on the side too (~$45/2 pax)! Overall ratings 8.5/10😇Sushi Plus is my top few sushi conveyor belt restaurants in SG to go to as the food is pretty good, selection is wide, and price is afforable too! Will definitely visit again🤣

Went down to Meat n Chill for a midweek dinner. Conveniently located within walking distance from Sixth Avenue MRT station, as the name suggests, it’s really a great place to indulge in great meat and chill with friends and family.

We started with their Buffalo Wings, which were fried perfectly with a crispy exterior and juicy, hot meat inside. The Buffalo sauce was splendid as well, thick and rich, with the right level of spice and tanginess. For the mains, I opted for the chef-recommended Cubano Sandwich. The pulled pork was extremely flavorful and tender, pairing really well with a generous amount of melted cheddar cheese. The sandwich also had gherkin and mustard, adding a depth of acidic flavor and crunchy texture. All this goodness was packed between two amazingly grilled breads.

I didn't have enough stomach space this time, but will most definitely be paying Meat n Chill another visit to have a taste of their must-try pork ribs.

watercress pork rib ($12+)! i always have it with pumpkin rice ($2) which is so hard to find nowadays

We had a wonderful family brunch at Earle Swensen's last weekend! The kids absolutely loved their meals. My son devoured the chicken bolognese spaghetti, while my daughter couldn't get enough of the crispy fish 'N' chippies.
The salad bar was a hit with its variety of fresh options - even my picky eaters found something they enjoyed. And of course, the ice cream was the highlight of the morning. The children were thrilled with all the flavors and toppings available.
As a mom, I was impressed with the creamy mushroom spaghetti. It's nice to find a place that caters to both kids and adults.
The best part? We discovered that Earle Swensen's can host parties for 50-70 people. We're now considering it for our son's upcoming birthday. It's great to find a venue that can accommodate a large group while offering food that everyone enjoys.
If you're looking for a family-friendly restaurant with options for all ages, I highly recommend giving Earle Swensen's a try. It's definitely become a new favorite for our family!

Flavourful overall and good beef, but beansprouts were too raw and I had to pick them all out.

Wah damn good. But maybe it's just freshly fried.

It's a signature but it's underwhelming. The dryness of the noodles was difficult for the supposed star sauce to shine. Also, it only tasted spicy, and if that's the sauce, then sorry no.

Very wet and good amount of crabmeat. Plus it has the ee-fu flavour I love.