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Food are acceptable but the service is disappointing. Already informed them 3 times that we are using Burpple and also confirmed with them what dishes not in the Burpple. End up was told that this dish not included after the food is served.

Hidden along the fringe of the CBD, newly opened Overworked Gastro Bar is a venue for all occasions! Serving hearty western-asian fusion dishes, you can come down for their all-day brunch over the weekends or on your day off or enjoy their value for money set lunches at $15.90 during your lunch break or unwind after work with their all-day Happy Hour starting from only $9.80 per pint.

We enjoyed the Plaster Seafood Rosti ($15), which is, as its name suggests, inspired by the plaster prata! Hidden inside the well seasoned rosti are quality ingredients like Vannamei Prawns and Norwegian smoked Salmon, you know you are getting value for your money. The rosti was also executed nicely, crisp on the outside yet soft and moist within, one of the better rosti that I have had.

We also tried the Johnny Nutmetto ($22) which is their take on a cold pasta dish. Brimming with seafood such as prawns, clams and seabass slices and tossed in Chef Johnny's secret sauce, this was pretty interesting.

The Moo Ping ($10) is a good dish to order if you are there to unwind over some beers. Savoury yet sweet tender, marinated pork that is grilled to perfection, it really pairs well with a pint or two or... ten!

The Beer Battered Seabass & Gratin ($15), which is available as part of their set lunch at only $15.90, including a soup and a drink is pretty well done too. Even though the Kelong Seabass in craft beer batter and served with salad had been left in the cold for a while before we dug in, the batter remains crisp and does not feel overly oily.

And to round off the meal, my preferred choice of poison is the Jing A Worker's Pale Ale Draught ($10.80/pint)

The sticky date pudding was good (as usual) but the chai was a huge disappointment! Prana chai is quite a good blend but for some reason this tasted like milk and honey with some spice from the cinnamon stick. If you look at the picture, itโ€™s really light like milk and it basically never got any darker. Such a pity honestly

beef cheek was tender and the pea mash was soft and nice. we also ordered fruit juice which was cool and refreshing! nice ambience and good service.

creamy scrambled eggs with herbs & marinated feta, alongside turkey bacon & served with croissant! Iโ€™ll rate this a 7/10! Nothing very special about this and i think there are better food options (e.g. buttermilk waffles!!!!!! this is amazing)

Visited The Populus on saturday at ~1045am. The place was really crowded despite it being a rainy morning (do remember to make a reservation!$ Service was quite fast and efficient and the staff were really friendly :-)

The food were all slightly pricey but apart from this, it was an amazing brunch experience.

Relocated from their previous location at Craig Road, Pasteria Abate is a cozy 2-storey restaurant serving classic homestyle Italian flavours made with fresh ingredients.

Can't leave without trying their homemade tiramisu dessert. Soft and creamy, this is a must get! ๐Ÿ˜ฉ

Freshly made daily, this flavourful pizza impressed us!โœจ Enjoyed how the savouriness of the homemade sausage balances well with the sweetness from the caramelised onions. Would recommend ๐Ÿ‘

Topped with pepperoni, mushrooms, ham, olives, artichoke and mozarella, this signature pizza is also well-received ๐Ÿ• We also tried a few of their other pizzas (including Italian sausage pizza, porchetta pizza and Sicilian pizza).

We also tried their chef recommended and signature dish. This variation of pizza came with freshly roasted pork belly (porchetta), mozzarella, basil, rosemary, rockets and homemade balsamic glaze ๐Ÿท

Cooked in white wine, the pasta is tossed in anchovies, sardine, caramelised onions and pine nut ๐Ÿฅ‚ We also found juicy raisin that soaked up all that flavour ๐Ÿฅบ Compared to mainland Italian food, Sicilian food is generally bolder in flavours. And this Sicilian pasta dish truly reflects that.

If you are a serious pasta fan, you would be happy to hear that they use only Di Martino pasta (made with 100% Italian flour) ๐Ÿ This squid ink pasta is cooked al dente and they are not stingy when it comes to the ingredients ๐Ÿ™ No wonder we finished every strand of this and we even had the massive portion (since we came in quite a big group).

Don't miss out on the foccacio! Made with organic cherry tomatoes that are planted right by their doors, this signature item didn't disappoint ๐Ÿ‘