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#01-46 The Star Vista
Singapore 138617

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Sunday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

I’m a big fan of hummus and I think this was done quite well! The chickpeas and salsa was a nice textured complement to the hummus. The chorizo was an add on but i would recommend it, was yummy!

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Normal matcha latte.

But good place to chill, and they offer free flow water and let us sit outdoors until late, didn’t chase us away even after closing time!

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At $23++, it's quite pricey as the salad veg isn't alot! Tastewise, it's okay but I would rather go for mains instead next time. Dewgather's food is generally all quite yummy :)

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At $26++, the portion isn't filling.

Tbh I like this pork more than the beef cheek! It's tender with bits of fats and full of flavour.

However I wouldn't order this again cause of the slaw. As green apples are used, the slaw taste doesn't blend with the pork. It's fine and refreshing on its own, but maybe not together.

Do give it a try anyway since the slaw is personal preference!

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At $26++, the portion is just nice for average appetites but maybe not for big eaters.

I like Dewgather as the chefs seem to take pride in their dishes - beautiful platings, healthy ingredients, and complementary taste profiles!

The kale was crispy and tasty, while the beef cheeks were tender with tendon. Highly recommended!

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Very interesting dish. Accompanying the hummus, we were given two slices of Turkish bread that were well toasted with butter. Slightly toasty on the outside and fluffy on the inside, the bread went quite well with the hummus dip. An egg was cracked in the middle of the hummus dip and the egg whites are still soft. It was nice dipping the bread into some of the egg as well. Apart from the egg, crunchy roasted chickpeas and juicy tomato cubes were sitting above the hummus dip. The crunch from the chickpeas offered varying texture in this dish and there was a hint of fragrance that these roasted chickpeas have over regular steamed/boiled chickpeas. The tomato cubes on the other hand introduced some acidity to the dish and were quite reminiscent of salsa, which went quite well with the bread too. However, this dish can be on the drier side for some but recommended to try if you’re there!

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