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Though there is no lack of shops to satisfy one’s caffeine needs in the Tanjong Pagar district, the takeaway cafe, KYŌ Kohee serves a really nice cup of Matcha. Not saccharine, milky, overwhelmingly bitter, or grassy; their signature Okumidori Matcha Latte ($6.90) was a lovely balance. The sweet vegetal flavour was mixed perfectly with a delicate umami touch and a lingering savoury aftertaste. The smooth concoction (no powdery or grainy mouthfeel) had a surprisingly light and palatable consistency as well.

Seeing that I haven’t had my breakfast, I got their Croffles ($3.90) too. My first time having the croissant-waffle hybrid, I could see what the hype was all about. Their rendition came covered with a layer of syrup, a little intimidating at first, but it really wasn’t all that sweet or cloying. The slightly sticky coat also didn’t take the limelight away from the crispy and flakey texture of the dough. There was a pleasant buttery aroma as well.

They have some really good and crispy croffle!! I love the flaky texture and it's just so fragrant and crispy! Used the Burpple waffles/croffles one for one. Also tried their pandan waffle, which requires additional top up, but it was not bad too!

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Twobakeboys is a relatively new cafe in the Kampong Glam area. The lady boss (her story for setting up this cafe is really inspiring btw) came over to ask us how the cakes were, and judging from past google reviews, they’re very humble and willing to improve their standards. We used burpple 1-for-1 (damn value), and there are deals for takeaway - they give cute sauce packets to-go! This place is a gem in Bugis and you should drop by if you ever have a crepe cake craving 👍👍
Taste: 3.5/5
Stonks: 4/5
Overall: 4/5 🤩🤩

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Hojicha Crepe Cake ($8) 🍵🍰
A newly added item, the sweetness and smokiness of the hojicha was really brought out in the cream and that was a pleasant surprise! Our main gripe was that it was on the dry and denser side, and it seemed like it was lacking a hojicha sauce to really bring the wow factor

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📍Twobakeboys (Bugis)
Thai Tea Crepe Cake ($8) 🧋🍰
Their signature thai tea crepe cake is SO GOOD that it’s to die for. The cake itself had a very gentle tea flavour and was slightly dry, until we luxuriously slathered the thai tea sauce all over it (swipe to watch us fail HAHA). You must pair them together for the best flavours and fun!

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Hawker is never a easy job, but it is always glad to see some youngsters willing to venture into this.

Sambae is definitely one of them, with a youngster selling the Asian cuisine in the coffee shop at Ang Mo Kio.

It has a very cheeky name, serving sambal based of foods such as this signature stingray. I personally love sambal a lot, so when there’s such stall I definitely would support.

Served as a rice bowl or you can order it individually, I find the size is actually consider big for one person like me.

But as for the taste wise, I was rather disappointed. The stingray itself is never an easy seafood to cook with, so for my visit the stingray texture was rather unimpressive, as compared to my favourite sambal stingray from another place. the meat wasn’t soft enough for me.

As the same goes to the sambal itself, it wasn’t strong enough for the spiciness.

But overall I would still supporting this young hawker and perhaps I will try the other dishes as well.

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15.90 for the double +$4 for the set and an additional $1 for the truffle mayo drizzle.

Waffle fries were delicious and especially with the truffle mayo it was definitely yum. But $1 for that drizzle feels a little like a luxury for me. I am not sure if i will go for it again even though I do quite enjoy it.

Their burger is pretty big which makes it quite value for money but unfortunately it paled in comparison to the other burgers I've had recently. (more on reviews up on IG @canihaveabitepls)

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Burpple set ($17.90)
⭐️ 4/5 ⭐️
🍴Former BBT shop Cha Nung has rebranded and introduced taiwanese food at affordable prices (mains from $7.90), made more value-for-money with @burpple beyond. Each set comes with two mains and two bubble teas.

We enjoyed both our chosen mains that were classic taiwanese fare done well in being flavourful and hearty. Have always been a fan of 卤肉饭 (braised pork rice) and theirs had well-marinated pork and rice with good lean meat:fat ratio, alongside fresh carrot and cucumber. The 牛肉汤 beef soup noodle (+$1 to the set) had ultra tender beef pieces and thin-cut light noodles (almost beancurd-like) in a fragrant beef stock with light spicy undertones.

The signature milk tea was a tad too milky, and would have preferred stronger tea notes. The passionfruit green tea was refreshing and tangy with a bittersweet profile.

📍@zesttaiwancafe, 01-57, Duo Galleria, 7 Fraser Street, Singapore

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Feature :
💕KBBQ Prime Set
US Prime Ribeye, Marinated Bone-in Prime Ribs, UK Dingley Dell Pork Tomahawk.
The meat was tender and juicy, especially then marinated bone in prime ribs.
That’s our fav cut 😋.
Kimchi Stew with Pork Belly.
Good for 2-3 pax, the kimchi stew served with tender pork belly and mushrooms.
The stew is tangy, with a hint of spiciness. Its comfort and refreshing.
Tteokbokki with Kimmari.
I like this, the Tteokbokki is soft and chewy served with fish cake and fried seafood roll.

📍Wang Dae Bak Grill.
3 Lorong Liput, Holland Piazza.


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New Italian Food Kiosk @francescas.sg at 313 Somerset Level B3-47!

Featured here are 3 of the new items that will be launched for May for the monthly specials!

Franceca’s Special Clam Chowder: This is made with chicken and prawn stock, simmered for over 8 hours, with white wine and cream! There are lots of fresh vegetables like onions, celery, carrots and potatoes added in to make the soup sweeter! Fresh clams are used for this clam chowder!

Aragosta Lobster Piadini: Check out this affordable luxe luncheon! Fresh lobsters are used and they are lightly poached, before tossing with evo, lemon juice, salt and pepper! There are also LOTS of fresh vegetables added to the piadini, with melted mozzarella cheese! There is also a special sriracha sauce given to spice things up!
Seafood Laksa Pasta: Using their very own in house recipe, this fusion dish comes with prawns, squid, mussels and clams! Check this dish out if you love laksa!

Truffle Wings - I also tried this side which is part of the permanent menu. Super crispy juicy wings with truffle sauce taste and dusted with parmesan powder.

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Parotta - this was essentially prata (?), And similar to naan, it's great to pair with sauces as your carbs 🤭.

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